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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 23, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 335
Bath: Kachina is Ascot-bound. Yates, David 506
Betting Bureau: Trust Secret Agent; In-form Stoute handicapper must be backed at hugely generous 13-2. Fox, Nick 589
Betting Trends: No grand surge in the National; Betting interest in this year's Aintree classic fell short of some expectations. Wright, Howard 660
Betting Trends: Tote breaks pounds 1m. Wright, Howard 239
Catunda's career is over. 114
Cricket Spreadwise: Hants to struggle. Agius, Phil 173
Cricket: 2-1 Durham a real steal. Agius, Phil 433
Cricket: Fired-up Phoenix shorten. Agius, Phil 208
Derby Open Check: Flyer is now ready to soar; Place in last 12 up for grabs as Derby quarter-finals take centre stage. Kay, Jonathan 680
Euro 2000: Germans wheel out ageing stars. Palmer, Steve 312
Five for fun. 149
Football Spreadwise: City on the ball. 95
Football Spreadwise: Sporting face big De Bilde position. Palmer, Steve 299
Football: Italian arbiter in charge of final. 148
Football: Wales facing a tough night. Palmer, Steve 273
France: First Magnitude scores for Peslier. Stoneham, Desmond 249
Gerald Delamere's View: Millenium Moonbeam the one to beat on his Guineas display. Delamere, Gerald 439
Golf: Montgomerie 5-1 for more PGA success. Kealy, Paul 440
Goodwood: Merry Merlin's Derby audition; Dee Stakes winner out to stake late Epsom claim. Chapman, Matt 516
Goodwood: Tomba out to strike on debut for Jarvis stable. Chapman, Matt 525
Holden in training U-turn. Forbes, John (American scholar) 186
IRISH POINT-TO-POINT: Russell holds key to Garrison's defences. Gleeson, Brian 697
Jockeys Agents. 97
Jockeys on the sidelines. 201
John McCririck's View: Pride playing the weighting game! McCririck, John 402
Lambourn: Nicobar set to progress again. Masters, Rodney 300
Letters: Concern; W Paul does not want horses presented in racecard order. Paul, W. 105
Letters: Cynical; Trainer Bill O'Gorman is indignant over Mr Taylor's remarks. O'Gorman, Bill 116
Letters: Enjoyment; Robin Gray, PRO for Sandhurst Area Point-to-Point, on Hackwood Park. Gray, Robin 183
Letters: Initiative; Stewart Nash on parades at Plumpton. Nash, Stewart 217
Letters: Pathetic; Colin Greenwood on the death of Alfini. Greenwood, Colin 132
Mark Your Card: All The Gears can motor; Sheer Viking has the ability to plunder a valuable six-furlong handicap such as the Wokingham at Royal Ascot this summer. Cullinan, Mel 1646
Musselburgh: Mackay puts dad in place. Brown, Gordon 341
Newmarket: Merlin can land Goodwood prize. Elves, Tony 365
Open Check: Lord should answer prayers at Sheffield. Kay, Jonathan 286
Paul Haigh: How to catch out a devious cricket type. Haigh, Paul 791
Pricewise: 14-1 Naviasky can come good; Muir course specialist looks to be running into form. Segal, Tom 422
Pricewise: 3-1 Bullet can gun 'em down; Blue Tex too big at 10-1 against Rio and Rebel. Meldrum, Peter 466
PtP News: Lewis under starter's orders. Condry, Hugh 112
Racing News: `I did it for my girls' -Steve; Cauthen dons silks one last time to provide a golden memory. 165
Racing News: Cecil trio miss last test. 118
Racing News: Four-day ban for Fallon; Incident leaves two on floor. Yates, David 163
Racing News: Gabrielle & co set for Derby Day party; Galaxy of stars booked to shine at Epsom. Greene, Graham (English writer) 201
Racing News: Gosden fears soft ground for Lahan; Conditions `an issue' as trainer targets unique Guineas double. Clower, Michael 495
Racing News: Guest in line for the Irish Guineas; Margarson is looking to have colt supplemented. Clower, Michael 500
Racing News: Irish Tote plans betting on internet. 158
Racing News: Owners' award for Collins. Wright, Howard 311
Racing News: Peslier booked to partner Kingsclere; Jockey dilemma solved as Balding recruits French ace for Epsom. Cunningham, Graham 458
Racing News: Preakness rematch aim. Farley, Dan 137
Racing News: SP changes lift profit margins; Off-course bookies reap the benefit. Lees, Jon 539
Racing News: Stable girl funeral on Friday. Elves, Tony 226
Racing News: Templeton Stud holds open day. 103
Ratings Review: Sakhee Derby trial the best; Lend A Hand will be hard to beat in Cork and Orrery. Curtis, Paul 1153
Results and Fixtures. 606
Roscommon: Dante's Battle Galway-bound. Fleming, Brian 247
Rugby League: Warriors turn up title heat. 177
Sales Report: 50,000gns for son of Galevilla Express. Prosser, Edward 711
Southwell: `Rusty bike' Harris on roll. O'Hanlon, Will 596
Sports Letters: Cheated; Rohan Van Twest is not happy with the Padraig Harrington decision. Van Twest, Rohan 162
Sports Letters: Conclusion; Kelvin Richardson on why the 2006 World Cup should take place in England. Richardson, Kelvin 119
Sports Letters: Restrictions; C Graham wants to see some decent each-way terms for Euro 2000. Graham, C. 109
Sports Letters: Why Union is here to stay, like it or not; Mike Heasman with some advice for Sports Betting's anti-rugby union brigade. Heasman, Mike 231
Spreadwise: Basils ready to brush aside Jicky. Kay, Jonathan 319
Ten to Follow: Everton fan goes top of the league. Brown, Gordon 175
Tennis: 14-1 Agassi too big to pass up. Kealy, Paul 288
The North: Premium ready to hit top form. Russell, Colin 262
The South: Parisien Star has conditions to suit. Moore, Scott 225
Tony Morris: Fairytale of a ghosted grey; Kalypso Katie gives Fairy King the chance of a rare, posthumous Epsom double. Morris, Tony 1313
TV: Sport on TV. Millington, Bruce 647
Two Year Olds: Cole pair possible Royal Ascot winners. Heaney, Ian 303
Weekly Review: Tizzard reaches Green in one; Dorset-based rider goes level in the women's novice championship after impressive open win on Millyhenry, but Balisteros is beaten at Hexham. Condry, Hugh 1831
Windsor: Millie delight for Guest. Jackson, Bruce 281

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