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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (March 8, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Control of the product is key' Ricketts outlines BHB strategy for protecting income. Wright, Howard 787
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 196
Ascot fillip for partnerships. 118
BBC races to be aired in the US. Lees, Jon 285
Betty's heads straight for National. Lees, Jon 252
Bookings line a touch high. Agius, Phil 268
Bristol likely to top Sale. Worwood, Mark 87
Cards buy appealing. Agius, Phil 461
Castle Mane confirmed a Foxhunter non-runner. 186
Champions League: Be a backer of Bayern; Matthaus set for perfect farewell with Germans strongly fancied to maul Raul and Co. Worwood, Mark 436
Champions League: Blues must be backed to avenge last week's defeat. Worwood, Mark 512
Chandler boost for Malton. 193
Cheltenham: Deep Water to wait for County. 321
Coral in web link with Man United. 81
Cushioned whips unlikely at Festival. Greene, Graham (English writer) 233
Deano's tactics may be changed. Chapman, Matt 283
Duffield to teach riding course. Briggs, Roy 248
Edredon Bleu will be no pushover in Champion. Willoughby, James 404
End of the road for Celtic. Johnson, Paul 457
Exeter: Samlee earns Scottish run. King, Andrew 472
F1: Coral on the Button. Kealy, Paul 258
Five for fun. 169
Football: Ole rescues 7-2 United. 241
Forsyth can land tasty coup at 9-4. Chapman, Jeremy 265
Gallacher for Scots hat-trick. Chapman, Jeremy 978
Gloria Victis goes for Gold; Star novice 5-1 for Cup after Pipe takes up the challenge. Chapman, Matt 562
Good going possible as course continues to dry. 157
Greenwood Lake out of Triple Crown. Farley, Dan 279
Greyhounds Open Check: Keep the faith with Ceephil. Kay, Jonathan 319
Greyhounds: 'Corrie' star Monica will be on show at Belle Vue. Forbes, John (American scholar) 137
Greyhounds: Bozz versus Kegans a clash to really savour. Fortune, Michael 123
Greyhounds: Gordon Hodson dies, aged 67. Kelly, Patrick (Fashion designer) 407
Guineas entryIgman too good. Stoneham, Desmond 197
Gunners to miss Adams for return leg. Worwood, Mark 418
High hopes for a best-ever haul; Conor O'Dwyer is optimistic he can at least double his Festival tally next week. O'Hehir, Tony 1351
Hutsby mighty keen on Moss making hay. Cunningham, Graham 715
Irish start auction races. 143
Jockeys on the sidelines. 143
Leading Note is back to her best; View from the training centres. Russell, Colin 347
Leading the way to the promised land; Racing has been handed the means to control its own destiny. But is BHB chairman Peter Savill the man to take advantage? Down, Alastair 1536
Leicester: Secret Bay in perfect display. Evans, Carl 635
Letters: Brilliant; Paul Hindle and his friends with an inspiring story about their runner at Crayford, who has done them proud. Hindle, Paul 234
Letters: Early bird snubbed; Neil Bradford was not able to get on at advertised prices yesterday morning. Bradford, Neil 263
Letters: Excellent; Catford bookmakers Jim Dunn and Gary Waller on a super awards night. Dunn, Jim; Walker, Gary 175
Letters: Explanation?; Dave Lovett on what he feels is a discrepancy at Walthamstow. Lovett, Dave 117
Letters: Grateful; B M Strong wants to thank Catford racing manager Phil Donaldson for enquiring after his greyhound. Strong, B M 156
Letters: Saddened; Patti Lawson on the death of a greyhound found dumped in Worcestershire, which has shocked everyone, and for which a reward for information has been offered. Lawson, Patti 235
Letters: Thanks; Mick Smith, the chairman of ROTA, on a great night at Rye House. Smith, Mick 153
Letters: Welfare; David Pennington on the issue of retired greyhounds. Pennington, David 363
Looks Like Trouble has great chance; The Racing Post's time expert casts his eye over the top contenders for the Gold Cup and Champion Chase. Willoughby, James 651
Media training days for riders. 103
Mottes to miss Grand Annual. 168
My great Cup expectations by Tony McCoy. McCoy, Tony 285
No interest in 13-8 India. Agius, Phil 128
Noelie '50-50' for Festival. Naughton, Peter 447
Reasons to be keen on a sell of Mustard. Chapman, Jeremy 373
Results and Fixtures. 159
Rider's elation causes havoc in race finish. Armfield, Julian 286
Royle going all out for victory. Worwood, Mark 259
Sedgefield: In-form Dobbin notches treble. Russell, Colin 631
Seebald 7-2 for Imperial Cup; Pipe charge tops market dominated by novices. Cunningham, Graham 441
Snooker: Back on-song Lee. Kealy, Paul 166
Snooker: Consistent Lee is the value. Kealy, Paul 83
Sparky looks electric; Repeat of last-time-out effort should be enough to deliver follow-up victory. Fox, Nick 635
Spreadex fill hole with Gap market. Kealy, Paul 303
Stateside: Buck's Boy back from 'depression'. Farley, Dan 195
Stateside: General ready to take on the best; Tactical switch sees Baffert star take 'Big Cap' in impressive style. Farley, Dan 341
Stateside: Lisieux Rose scores on US debut. Farley, Dan 227
Tamarisk set for return to action. Farley, Dan 222
Taming to prove a shrewd move; View from the training centres. Masters, Rodney 251
Tayseer likely to miss Lincoln trial; Ante-post favourite set to go straight to Doncaster. Cunningham, Graham 475
Teeton Mill returned to Bailey. Evans, Carl 279
The South: Bet on Maknaas to make all again; View from the training centres. Moore, Scott 199
Tilting at a Windmill: Alka puts fizz into Champion Hurdle. Goff, Tom 398
US star set for Dubai World Cup. Farley, Dan 102
Warming up nicely for the invasion; Plenty of pointers at Leopardstown? Our correspondent searches for clues. Ashforth, David 946
WEST HAM v SOUTHAMPTON. Worwood, Mark 180

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