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Byline: GEORGE ENNOR

February 14, 1978

lJohn Hughes, clerk of the course at Chepstow, is

severely cautioned after the wrong placing of marker dolls caused many of the field to take the wrong course in a novice hurdle.

lBob Hartop, who has been travelling head lad for David Nicholson, is to set up as a trainer at Andoversford.

February 14, 1993

lA thrilling battle for the Hennessy at Leopardstown in which Jodami (Peter Beaumont/Mark Dwyer) just gets the better of Chatam (Martin Pipe/Peter

Scudamore).

lFlashing Steel (John

Mulhern/Richard

Dunwoody), in the colours of former Taoiseach Charlie Haughey, beats Allezmoss in the novice chase.

lNorton's Coin, the 1990 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, is to retire after being pulled up at Newbury.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Feb 14, 2003
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