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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (April 26, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
2000 Guineas: Visit left in as precaution. 215
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 198
Ascot Sales Report: Modest fare headed by 4,000gns Oudalmuteena. Prosser, Edward 425
Australian steward owns up to corruption. Austin, Jim 344
Bailey looks forward to riding at Ascot; US jockey enthusiastic as agent continues discussions with trainers. Greene, Graham (English writer) 408
Betting Bureau: Count on Montecristo; 11-2 chance can gain compensation for unlucky second in the race last year. 630
BHB ups Sunday promotion drive; Million households targeted in bid to increase local awareness. Wright, Howard 451
Bloodstock Briefing: Bloodstock people: Hoping for a Kentucky Derby win; Each week we put an industry figure in the spotlight. This week: Gordian Troeller (Bloodstock Agent). Hickman, Janet 321
Bloodstock Briefing: Halling off mark with Harbour win. Hickman, Janet 119
Bloodstock briefing: Umistim's rejection fortuitous for Joint; Craven win highlights owner-breeder's Cornish stud. Hickman, Janet 410
Boxing: Layers give Grant hope. Kealy, Paul 131
Club set to act on corruption; Steps taken to clamp down on threats to integrity of racing. Griffiths, Richard 577
Countdown to the Derby: Derby deadline is high noon today! Birch, Richard 429
Cricket: Cricket punters lose out in cup. Agius, Phil 339
Cricket: More support for Surrey. Agius, Phil 214
Damien retired. 126
Dave ready for a right royal result. Greene, Graham (English writer) 303
Dunlop at the helm for lads' benefit. 205
Epsom and The South: The Fugative set to strike again. Doyle, Matthew 248
Fairyhouse: Powers Gold Cup: Impressive triumph for Upmanship; Punchestown next for Moore star after he routs his field in Grade 1 chase. O'Hehir, Tony 468
Fairyhouse: Winner Mullins attacks rules. Clower, Michael 647
Five For Fun. 152
Football: Colombians could be too high for their own good. Worwood, Mark 483
Football: Dive in for the draw; Irish squad for friendly decimated by injuries. Worwood, Mark 473
Football: Ruud's transfer on hold. Agius, Phil 219
Football: Spreadwise: Norway line looks too low. Pullein, Kevin 317
Funeral of former jockey Burke. 100
Galleon on Derby discovery mission. Chapman, Matt 458
Greyhound Ratings: Derby will be poorer for absence of Vieri. Meldrum, Peter 205
Greyhound Ratings: Dino and Flash a pair to respect. Meldrum, Peter 113
Greyhound Ratings: McGee making waves last week. Meldrum, Peter 129
Greyhound Ratings: Spice's very hot on Swindon form. Meldrum, Peter 118
Ground no bar to Barathea Guest; Margarson colt to run in Classic whatever the conditions. Chapman, Matt 589
Hove clock. 106
Jockeys and agents. 127
Jockeys on the sidelines. 106
lambourn: Chief Cashier for repeat success. Masters, Rodney 256
Last night's news. 293
Letters: Greyhounds: Fairness; R R Rice, an American living in Romford, argues that British greyhound racing could learn from the automated graded system-as used in the US. Rice, R R 433
Letters: Greyhounds: Help; Bob Norman is trying to piece together the history of Luton Stadium. Norman, R G 94
Letters: Horses: Contribution; James Underwood says there will be a continuing role for Rob Hughes and the Levy Board set-up. Underwood, James 888
Letters: Horses: Recovery; Owner Sandra Barber on the injury to Danzig Island at Bangor. Barber, Sandra 84
Letters: Horses: Sensation; Peter Benson believes a dedicated racing channel is vital. Benson, Peter 119
Letters: PTP: Admission; D Singleton, unhappy with admission charges. 173
Letters: PTP: Decisive; Rider Carrie Ford marvels at a masterclass. Ford, Carrie 164
Letters: PTP: Forgetful; Brian Lee asks professional jockeys to pay credit where it is due. Lee, Brian 100
Letters: PTP: Shambles; The fixture list is in a mess, says bookie Des Gleeson. Gleeson, Des 103
Level retired. 135
Long-time owner Tufts dies at 79. 189
McKeown calls for compensation. Lees, Jon 307
Newmarket: Guest star can take his revenge. Elves, Tony 318
Opne Check: Mullins set for Sunderland spree. Kay, Jonathan 599
Pricewise: Montecristo a must bet; 11-2 about Guest's well-handicapped gelding looks a genuine mistake. Collier, Melvyn 431
Prospects. 114
PTP Weekly review: Balisteros reaches seven at the Fife; Another easy win for Billie Thomson's prolific star at Scottish meeting. Condry, Hugh 2460
PTP Weekly Review: Berkeley latest victim of waterlogging. Condry, Hugh 152
Rain threatens further washouts. 227
Snooker: Stevens edges closer. Kealy, Paul 101
Soft going threatens Walden's Guineas bid. Elves, Tony 260
Southwell under fire from trainers; Stewards criticised after late decision to abandon. O'hanlon, Will 355
Spreadwise: Cricket: Sussex supremacy should be bought. Agius, Phil 265
Spreadwise: Snooker: Stevens buyers happy. Kealy, Paal 144
Stable Tour: Barry Hills: Blooms soon ready to flower. Chapman, Matt 2754
Stateside: Frankel waiting on Aptitude. Farley, Dan 115
Stateside: St Julien quickly scaling jockeys' ladder. Farley, Dan 212
Stateside: Unshaded could be Derby's absent star. Farley, Dan 448
Tennis: Moya looks too strong for Russian. Kealy, Paul 332
Tenor gets five. 126
The North: Conditions to suit Albert The Bear. Russell, Colin 341
Thresher Classic Trial: Global set for Sandown assignment. 163
Topspeed: Monarch can still rule; Sectional times suggest Stoute gelding was set an impossible task at Newmarket. Willoughby, James 1155
Tote apologise for dividend delays. Wright, Howard 455
Uttoxeter: Hughes achieves his goal. Cunningham, Graham 571
Vintage run wins Riband; Cleaner equals the clock. 585
Watchdog: Spice Boy's a tasty sort. Bullen, Tony 243
Whitbread: Wet forecast a boost for Kenny; Powell says Whitbread mount must adapt to Sandown. Morrice, Neil 448

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