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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (April 15, 2009)

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'The coup was organised down to the finest detail, so that the horse was still completely ignored at 100-1 a few minutes before the off' The first of three extracts from Enemy Number One, by professional punter Patrick Veitch, describes the colossal coup surrounding Exponential, who was backed down from 100-1 before winning a Nottingham maiden in 2004. 2477
'Time for fresh ideas' says Fabricius as he prepares to step aside. 298
... and here's what they're saying on racingpost.com. 216
A good result for Porto would save bookies a fortune. 507
Ard looks a Posh beauty; PREVIEW. 293
Ayr fancy Rocker for sale at Cheltenham. 395
Baffled by Ball vote; LETTERS. 248
Ballymac Ruso Trainer: Matt Dartnall; Countdow n to the Blue Square Greyhound Derby. 344
BEST LONGSHOT. 92
Better races considered for Wadaat; YARMOUTH. 521
Blue Monday's Ascot date signals first phase of Myers reduction. 256
Bring Miller back; LETTERS. 311
Burke gives Popmurphy a serious chance. 526
Champagne effort puts Ouqba in with big shout. 442
CHATROOM The best of your emails and texts. 202
Cilic has the class to see off Fognini with little bother; 9.30am, Sky Sports 1 MONTE CARLO MASTERS. 304
Classic Trial or Dante for Agent. 301
Classic Trial or Dante for Agent. 302
Cork-based trainers step out of the shadow cast by Fairyhouse. 417
Courageous can live up to Smart billing. 849
Cumani confirms Presvis for QEII. 203
Cumani filly 'ready for race but will improve for run'. 350
Dettori out to make a flying start to season. 290
Double delight for Gollings and Flint; MARKET RASEN. 562
Essex vulnerable without star duo. 230
Fame And Glory one of six O'Brien entries in Ballysax. 221
Favourite Zafonic sets the pace in Derby spin. 259
Firm betting on first four places; SNOOKER. 219
First four in National were homebred; SIDEWAYS GLANCE. 276
First four in National were homebred; SIDEWAYS GLANCE. 272
Fresh Na could capitalise against exhausted rivals. 1306
Gabba sets pace; REPORTS. 188
GOING REPORTS. 648
Graham to miss Classic bid. 146
Green Beret looks a class above his rivals. 983
Hannon runners merit respect in the Classic trials; Watching the trainers Kevin Morley focuses on an attacking policy that has proved successful. 565
Hayley: I'm devastated; Turner stood down until next March by BHA as a result of head injury: Turner hoping to work for media during layoff. 1051
Hayley: I'm devastated; Turner stood down until next March by BHA as a result of head injury: Turner hoping to work for media during layoff. 894
Home side value to send United packing; MARK LANGDON'S VERDICT. 222
HORSE PLAY Just for the fun of it. 249
HOUSING MANY CLASSIC DREAMS; Brian Meehan Manton, Marlborough, Wiltshire. 2364
How to read Postdata & Topspeed. 412
Inglis figures far short of 2008 highs. 346
It's a big ask for Art Connoisseur, admits Bell. 545
It's a family affair as Alners dominate card; EXETER. 395
Jockeys let their hair down at the Lambourn Jesters; THE DIKLER The talk of racing. 421
King tries Ouzbeck in blinkers. 248
Little impact on Guineas result. 177
Long-term health the key but enforced break need not be devoid of positives; James Willoughby says Hayley Turner could still have a role to play this year. 442
Master of rain McGrane is set to reign again; Jeremy Chapman a gutsy Irishman to bounce back from two missed cuts. 1331
McCoy and McManus gain consolation with Perce Rock; FAIRYHOUSE. 646
Murphy may return today; IN BRIEF. 106
No offence to our French cousins, but there's only one Guineas Fantasia should go for; Pouliches is a great race too though - I'm only taking the: Chief correspondent James Willoughby appeals to connections of Nell Gwyn favourite to bring her back to Newmarket in just over two weeks' time. 832
Nolan gives top trainers a lesson with juveniles. 327
Not playing fair; LETTERS. 183
O'Connell boost for Dunguib form. 263
On-fire Macheda 8-1 for a late salvo. 506
Outlaw settlement rankles; LETTERS. 224
Pay up and look big; LETTERS. 113
Penguins can be Stanley Cup kings. 374
PICK OF THE DAY. 227
Porto home record open to criticism; Kevin Pullein searches for the value in tonight's Champions League action. 354
Quartet of hotshots look a fantastic buy; GOLF. 386
Racecourse gallop for Guineas hopes. 197
Racecourses delighted with bumper bank holiday crowds. 373
Redwood 'looks well in his coat and is working well'. 276
Reuben brothers up stake in Arena Leisure. 339
Septimus saved for autumn; IN BRIEF. 129
Shelbourne set to smash Jackpot records tonight. 287
Skybet step in to back Posh Puppy prize. 169
Speciosa rare winner who took Guineas. 203
Strikers are likely to have the upper hand; DAN CHILDS'S VERDICT. 165
Taking Cab the road to profit. 340
THE STATS THAT MATTER. 198
THREE TO NOTE. 107
THREE TO NOTE. 104
Tipoki looks hot, but Jester's my Derby nap; INSIDE TRACK Richard Birch fires the questions. Today trainer Jim Daly has the answers. 676
Tips box Quaddick to land hat-trick; Newmarket Tony Elves. 743
TODAY. 198
TODAY. 199
Unacceptable call; LETTERS. 152
UNITED ON A KNIFE-EDGE. 203
Unpenalised Fantasia can give Cumani fourth victory. 505
Villarreal seeking rare goals on road. 364
Voy Por looks finished for season. 232
What is your favourite racecourse and why? QUESTION OF THE DAY. 198
What's happened in the trials so far ... 179
What's happened in the trials so far ... 179
Winner pounds 2,000; Runner-up pounds 500. 115

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