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A code of honour to restore decorum. Oct 28, 2000 820
Paul Haigh: Farewell to the last of the working-class champions; Sea Pigeon (right) jumps the last before winning his second Champion Hurdle in 1981. Oct 26, 2000 476
The case for McCoy is too hard to resist. Oct 24, 2000 834
Paul Haigh: Is security supremo job just impossible? Oct 21, 2000 810
Paul Haigh: Mile is the race for non-stayer Montjeu. Oct 17, 2000 849
Paul Haigh: Montjeu is here to provide the answers. Oct 14, 2000 826
Paul Haigh: Casting light where the Sun didn't shine. Oct 12, 2000 834
Interview Jack and Lynda Ramsden: Itching to return to the life they love; After two years in Chantilly, Jack and Lynda Ramsden are tired. Oct 11, 2000 1374
Comment: Keegan cheats death by not being at Ascot. Oct 10, 2000 800
Comment: A handy guide from a media rights guru. Oct 7, 2000 733
Sinndar still has a great deal to prove. Oct 5, 2000 807
The Arc: Dream of invincibility shattered. Oct 2, 2000 791
Interview: John Hammond - Prix De L'Arc De Triomphe - Tense man, serious player; John Hammond admits there is pain and; pleasure in bringing champion Montjeu to the verge of greatness. Oct 1, 2000 2107
Paul Haigh: Ode to a `monstrous beast'. Sep 30, 2000 625
Bettor who cleaned up after escape. Sep 29, 2000 351
Zilber back with something to prove; Last survivor among the great generation of French trainers is still in business and hungry for more big-race success. Sep 29, 2000 1497
Paul Haigh: The bottom line in case of curious filly. Sep 28, 2000 783
Paul Haigh: It's time we got on the jockeys' backs. Sep 23, 2000 788
COMMENT: Have a punt, a pint and a view to a kill. Sep 21, 2000 773
Paul Haigh: Fuelling thoughts of an owners' strike. Sep 16, 2000 780
An old friend pops over for the evening. Sep 14, 2000 789
Comment: Would sir care for a wafer-thin mint? Sep 12, 2000 790
Paul Haigh: Montjeu defection a blow to World order. Sep 9, 2000 838
Paul Haigh: Getting a handle on the mug stakes. Sep 7, 2000 827
Now's the time to get really personal. Sep 5, 2000 806
Putting the World Series to the test. Aug 26, 2000 779
Paul Haigh: Alien scenes within racing's global village. Aug 24, 2000 751
Ciro lands Secretariat for O'Brien. Aug 21, 2000 178
Paul Haigh in Chicago: House of straw blots Mr D's magnificent show. Aug 21, 2000 1003
Arlington Million: Chester House's Million demolition; British raiders Slickly and Running Stag fill last two places as former Henry Cecil inmate proves much too hot to handle in $2m race. Aug 21, 2000 916
The Arlington Million: Welcome chance to gorge on global feast. Aug 19, 2000 756
Paul Haigh: Drinking and betting in perfect harmony. Aug 17, 2000 776
Paul Haigh: Big Brother watching Peter and his friends. Aug 15, 2000 792
Sundays are no fun days for us punters. Aug 10, 2000 788
Paul Haigh: Initial success that's so hard to figure out. Aug 8, 2000 817
Paul Haigh: No partying with these old fogeys. Aug 5, 2000 767
Paul Haigh: A squint at the small print by candlelight. Aug 3, 2000 774
Paul Haigh: Let Montjeu take the fight to them. Aug 1, 2000 835
Paul Haigh: Racing confronting state of emergency. Jul 29, 2000 791
Paul Haigh: Decimated, but only by ten per cent. Jul 27, 2000 748
Paul Haigh: Time to tune into political picture. Jul 25, 2000 787
Paul Haigh: Please let these two titans meet. Jul 22, 2000 816
Paul Haigh: Tales of four hooves in front of the beak. Jul 20, 2000 752
Quinn steering the right path to title. Jul 18, 2000 765
Paul Haigh: Time to take pride in punters' cause. Jul 15, 2000 789
Paul Haigh: Too early for alarm over rocky TV deal. Jul 13, 2000 810
Shadow cast over Eclipse by stewards. Jul 11, 2000 807
Paul Haigh: Would Godolphin go for next door's cat? Jul 8, 2000 776
Shake off the chains for betting freedom. Jul 6, 2000 809
Paul Haigh: There's no shame in an honest mistake. Jul 4, 2000 812
Friendly advice for assorted citizens. Jul 1, 2000 850
Paul Haigh: Leave big boys to play by themselves. Jun 29, 2000 800
Paul Haigh: Changing views on the value of jockeys. Jun 27, 2000 806
Put me top in the near-miss contest. Jun 22, 2000 838
Royal Ascot: No class, no style - the allure of Carlisle. Jun 20, 2000 797
Paul Haigh: Racing touched by the hand of Hansie. Jun 17, 2000 798
PAUL HAIGH: Footy speak is the cure for racing's ills. Jun 15, 2000 819
Paul Haigh: Fortune farce fuels a need for change. Jun 13, 2000 743
Derby 2000: Derby (Mark 1) still beats any machine. Jun 10, 2000 773
Paul Haigh: The perils of bookies backing our jockeys. May 25, 2000 839
Paul Haigh: How to catch out a devious cricket type. May 23, 2000 791
Paul Haigh: Wishin'g Ladbrokes ever'y succes's . . . May 20, 2000 773
Paul Haigh: Seely: the wildest of the wild bunch. May 18, 2000 816
PAUL HAIGH: It's time to stand up for our rights. May 16, 2000 813
Paul Haigh: Speak up for Savill before it's too late. May 13, 2000 819
Paul Haigh: Minor omission with major consequences; He is going to be asked to complete his career without this possibly vital item of equipment. May 11, 2000 770
Paul Haigh: Like gladiators to the slaughter at Chester. May 9, 2000 791
Sir Michael Stoute: Interview by Paul Ha: Search is on for another Pilsudski. May 7, 2000 227
Sir Michael Stoute: Interview by Paul Ha: Hale and hearty -and no bluffing; Handler of the largest string in Europe, he is into his mid-50s, but still retains a huge appetite for the game. May 7, 2000 1667
Paul Haigh: Some kind words to soothe those cares; The Punchestown craic is a tide against which only a fool would attempt to stand. May 6, 2000 784
Paul Haigh: Tradition the winner as George sees the light. May 4, 2000 809
Paul Haigh: Onwards to victory with Buffy and co. Apr 29, 2000 772
Paul Haigh: Be smug, not a mug, with the Ten To Follow. Apr 27, 2000 802
Handicap system must be reformed. Apr 25, 2000 802
Paul Haigh: A world of adventure all the family will love. Apr 22, 2000 766
Paul Haigh: Distant reasoning and tortured logic. Apr 20, 2000 788
Paul Haigh: A big campaign to win a split decision. Apr 18, 2000 785
Paul Haigh: Making a stand for the true racing fan. Apr 15, 2000 825
Paul Haigh: It's just not cricket? No, it's horseracing! Apr 13, 2000 785
Paul Haigh: A great advert for racing? What tosh. Apr 11, 2000 806
Paul Haigh: Our Betsy takes on the National enigma. Apr 8, 2000 811
Paul Haigh: The reader's guide to fact and fantasy. Apr 6, 2000 819
Comment: Animal instincts of a frustrated punter. Apr 4, 2000 834
Well, I would have to be a fool not to! Apr 1, 2000 765
PAUL HAIGH: Savill the best bet in jungle warfare. Mar 30, 2000 807
Paul Haigh: Just some statistics I want to float past you. Mar 28, 2000 837
Nice race, shame about the place. Mar 25, 2000 816
Budget sermon gives racy topic wide berth. Mar 23, 2000 833
Paul Haigh's Festival Review: Healthy of wallet, poorly of stomach; A Japanese tourist eating Shredded Wheat and salami, near-death experiences with Arthur and a piece of cod - and plenty of winners! Mar 18, 2000 1901
Ferret panel agree on Magic formula. Mar 14, 2000 700
Laughs in the slow lane with Mansell. Mar 11, 2000 806
Plenty of reasons to remain cheerful. Mar 9, 2000 750
It's Saimee's show on The Big O. Mar 6, 2000 1021
A racing tonic laced with respectability; as visitors give thumbs-up to facilities at ground-breaking track development. Mar 4, 2000 748
Intrepid pioneers at racing's final frontier; At the Singapore Cup. Mar 3, 2000 811
Hollywood loses the plot, but racing wins. Feb 5, 2000 784
Snogfests and MTV the cool way forward. Feb 3, 2000 786
Whitbread message must not be ignored; Racing must find a way of attracting a new generation, otherwise its future is in jeopardy. Feb 1, 2000 767
'Adapt or die' is right advice for the Derby. Jan 29, 2000 809
An autumn Derby at York just fine by me. Jan 27, 2000 733

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