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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (October 11, 2000)

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A fond farewell to Charlie Moore; Hundreds attend funeral of much-loved Brighton trainer. Jones, Fleetwood 402
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 190
American Football: Bucs drift out to 12-1. Agius, Phil 139
Ayr: Channon passes pounds 1m milestone. O'Ryan, Tom 637
Baseball: Spreadwise: Low score looks obvious. King, Dexter 246
Betting Bureau: Pengamon a fair punt. Fox, Nick 551
Bloodstock Briefing: Records continue to tumble at Goffs; Attractive exchange rate boosts healthy market. Hickman, Janet 789
Bloodstock People:. 227
Canadian International Countdown: Williams News flies solo. Farley, Dan 182
Cash takes over for Lad's chase debut. Clower, Michael 298
Celtic Giant to race on after Pardubicka blow. 277
Champions Day: Ansar in demand for Cesarewitch. Clower, Michael 389
Champions Day: Endless Dewhurst bid hinges on HQ ground. Chapman, Matt 328
Champions Day: Warningford set for Challenge. Elves, Tony 277
Cricket: England go out after a sorry show. Agius, Phil 170
Decision today on Enzeli run. 195
Dinner with the Dettoris up for auction. 280
Doncaster October Sales: Basement buys, top-drawer value; Michael Ross previews next week's Yearling and Mixed Sales. Ross, MIchael 904
Doncaster October Sales: Mixed Sale offers variety. Ross, Michael 491
Far Cry set to wear headgear in Cup bid. Chapman, Matt 337
Five For Fun. 171
Football: And he loses his; And He Loses his. Millington, Bruce 103
Football: Austria in formore pain from Spain; Bosnia are well used to off-field distractions and look overpriced at 13-2. Palmer, Steve 392
Football: Croatia one of the best, says Brown. Palmer, Steve 215
Football: Croats still too smart for Scots. Palmer, Steve 397
Football: England's hopes look finished. Palmer, Steve 809
Football: FA fine and ban Wenger. Langdon, Mark 307
Football: he keeps his place; And He Keeps His Place. Millington, Bruce 90
Football: In-form Ireland can topple group leaders. Palmer, Steve 403
Football: Just when you thought it could get no worse...; These Two Are Back. 287
Football: Spreadwise: Firms not thrown by England crisis. Pullein, Kevin 529
Football: Wilkinson defends Owen axe. Palmer, Steve 225
Giant's set for workout at Southwell; O'Brien star begins Breeders' Cup prep. Clower, Michael 410
Going unlikely to become soft. 180
Golf: 7-1 Argentina set to smoke rivals; If ever a team all looked at peak form it has to be those good-natured gauchos, Eduardo Romero, Angel Cabrera and Jose Coceres. Chapman, Jeremy 926
Golf: Aim for 66-1payout in Vegas. Chapman, Jeremy 820
Golf: Draw a vital factor for individual bets. Chapman, Jeremy 404
Golf: Huston has his problems. Chapman, Jeremy 170
Golf: Spreadwise: Give Calc a chance in Vegas. Chapman, Jeremy 279
Golf: Spreadwise: Tom could be in for a torrid time. Chapman, Jeremy 430
Greyhounds: 2-7 Palace to defend his Grand Prix title. Bullen, Tony 257
Greyhounds: Are five-year contracts in the bag? Cremin, Jim 265
Greyhounds: Greyhound Ratings: Leger next for sweet 16 Sexy. Meldrum, Peter 616
Greyhounds: Legal justifies Laurels plunge. Kay, Jonathan 308
Greyhounds: Non-stop racing!; Only Christmas Eve off as BAGS meetings every Sunday start November 5. Cremin, Jim 798
Greyhounds: Open Check: Please Sir, do us a turn. Kay, Jonathan 106
Greyhounds: Rio sets standard in Produce. 127
Interview Jack and Lynda Ramsden: Itching to return to the life they love; After two years in Chantilly, Jack and Lynda Ramsden are tired. Haigh, Paul 1374
It's all systems go for Montjeu; Hammond star gets green light for Champion after gallop. Lees, Jon; Stoneham, Desmond 597
Jockeys On The Sidelines. 124
Jumps Stable Tour: Patience set to pay dividend again. Dench, Graham 3088
Lambourn: Nearctic Lady on the right track; View from The Training centres. Deacon, Nick 245
Letter: Agreement. Hayes, Doug 118
Letter: Amazed. Harrison, Brian 118
Letter: Distressing. Dodds, Harry 502
Letter: Great. Sloan, John 227
Letter: Image. Baldwin, Clarissa 163
Letter: Limit. Larby, D L. 191
Letter: Proud. Paul; Wright, Anne 209
Letter: Vision. Thomas, Geoffrey 183
Newmarket: Failed To Hit can strike again; View from The Training Centres. Elves, Tony 240
Pegasus goes straight for Breeders' Cup after hitch. 196
Sales report: Brisk business bodes well for week ahead. Prosser, Edward 820
Silver Wedge now retired. 153
Sport On TV: Sport On TV. Pullein, Kevin 613
Stateside: Arabian Light boosts Baffert Juvenile hand. Farley, Dan 386
Stateside: Plenty to excite in a weekend of Cup trials. Farley, Dan 328
Tennis: Henman in line for early exit. Kealy, Paul 223
The North: Maiden Ptah to open his account. Russell, Colin 248
Topspeed: Ground controls Dewhurst picture; Leading contenders for Newmarket prize boast top time figures on contrasting types of surface. Willoughby, James 922
USA: Macho win a strong hint for Breeders' Cup; International Round-Up. Farley, Dan 155
Waldron keeps HK job after start blunder. Parke, Robin 321
Wetherby must pass inspection. 255

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