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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 6, 2000)

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A true giant bred to succeed as a stallion; Janet Hickman assesses the horse's career and his likely impact at stud. Hickman, Janet 486
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 206
An owner's tale: Gripped by doubts and searching for answers. Freud, Clement 596
Bannow heads Roche double. Sweetman, Alan 564
Barathea Guest is moved to Channon. Chapman, Matt 330
Betting Bureau: Jeffrey's just the job. Weber, Emily 410
Bids for Hereford expected soon. Wright, Howard 207
Big Brother: Cook up a Big Brother winner with 5-1 Darren. Agius, Phil 471
Bone to be screwed together. Greene, Graham (English writer) 191
Cricket: 2-1 Phoenix a massive price. Agius, Phil 511
Cricket: Support Hampshire on the spreads. 152
Cricket: Test close after Windies fightback. Agius, Phil 219
Dettori in Group 1 comeback. Stoneham, Desmond 440
Dettori makes the dream comeback; Two rides, two winners as jockey returns amid rapturous scenes at Newmarket. Ashforth, David 1221
Doncaster: Fath's win gives Godolphin some comfort. Russell, Colin 344
Dubai Millennium in injury sensation. Greene, Graham (English writer) 888
Epsom & The South: Sabreon set to strike for Dunlop. Doyle, Matthew 230
Five for fun. 144
Football: Hearts value to pass Perth test; McDiarmid Park match trappy but Jambos should still be odds-on for victory. Johnson, Paul 1373
Football: Rangers fight back. Palmer, Steve 328
Fortune still hit by flu. 123
France: Cole's Solaia only fourth as Hidalguia takes the honours. Stoneham, Desmond 338
Galway Festival: Weld needs two to break all-time best. Clower, Michael 355
Gandolfo hopeful as Khatani switches to Flat. Greene, Graham (English writer) 283
Golf: Lee is almost there. Palmer, Steve 132
Haslam's patron Lord Scarsdale dies at 76. Greene, Graham (English writer) 258
Hat-trick bid for Albaran. 238
Injured Shibboleth out for the season. Elves, Tony 221
Jockeys on the sidelines. 174
Journeyman pro relishing his time in the spotlight; Ray Gilpin talks to Tony Culhane, who is riding high in the jockeys' championship. Culhane, Tony 997
Just so galling and deflating; How Godolphin's dream went from anticipation and excitement to anguish and frustration in a matter of moments. Down, Alastair 517
Lambourn: Miss Domuch can complete double. Masters, Rodney 247
Letters: Efficient; Shirley Brasher, formerly Europe's top female tennis player, in praise of Weatherbys. Brasher, Shirley 201
Letters: Extraordinary; Morag Gray, chief executive of Hamilton Park, on the BHB and media rights. Gray, Morag 332
Letters: Insular; Trainer David Gandolfo on the risk from too-firm ground. Gandolfo, David 278
Misguided; Archie Lee says claims in regard to the SP situation are not valid. Lee, Archie 452
Nassau Stakes: Courageous Crimplene steps up for Nassau win; Longer trip no problem as Brittain filly lands another Group 1. Chapman, Matt 637
New Racing Channel deal; Service to stay on air until 2002. Wright, Howard 309
Newmarket Gallops: Impressive Best Of The Bests looks set for York. Elves, Tony 424
Newmarket: Cochrane's cue for Celebration. Elves, Tony 742
Newmarket: Resounding will relish longer trip. Elves, Tony 242
One last glimpse of majesty; Our Newmarket man sees Dubai Millennium's final workout. Elves, Tony 251
Open Check: Fawn is the colour for Kent Derby. Kay, Jonathan 447
Open day at Epsom. 139
Pricewise: Take 5-1 Bullet to blast 'em ! Austin, Jim 640
Pricewise: Tornado Prince can blast home at 6-1. Collier, Melvyn 400
Rest of Goodwood: Eddery's double boost. 854
Rider banned after blunder. O'Hanlon, Will 135
Rugby League: Take Broncos with big start. Kelly, Francis 467
Rugby Union: Wallabies' win revives market. Worwood, Mark 279
Saddler's Quest to miss St Leger. Chapman, Matt 215
Salman horses go to Shireffs. 106
Scoop6 winners net pounds 1m. Ashforth, David David David Ashforth 248
Sport on TV. Palmer, Steve 583
Spreadwise: Consider a Caroline sell. Agius, Phil 174
Spreadwise: Hearts buy safest play. Palmer, Steve 452
Spreadwise: Oppose Wigan. Kelly, Francis 243
Stag `fine' after US flight hitch. Farley, Dan 197
Stewards' Cup: Tayseer lands ante-post punt. Morrice, Neil 533
Tabor would have `relished' match. Greene, Graham (English writer) 305
The North: Back Dods charge for Roodeye win. Russell, Colin 236
Thirsk: Perseverance pays for Bloy. O'Ryan, Tom 477
Worcester: First winner for Robson. O'Hanlon, Will 486

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