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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (October 25, 2000)

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`Chosen few' should no longer dictate our future; Leading owner David L Miles, who owns the Reactabond greyhounds, looks to ruffle a few feathers with his own `blueprint' for the industry. Miles, David L. 1373
5 for fun. 153
All our yesterdays. Ennor, George 182
Baseball: Spreads: Pitch in with Mets. King, Dexter 216
Betting Bureau: Jeffrey Anotherred has ideal conditions. Fox, Nick 530
Bloodstock Briefing: Pinhooking triumph for Juddmonte team. Hickman, Janet 640
Bloodstock People: Johnny McKeever; Each week we put an industry figure in the spotlight. 299
Cheltenham: Kadarann so impressive. Cunningham, Graham 446
Clerk takes rap for missing tape. Cunningham, Graham 346
Coolmore in race for top US juvenile. 115
Cricket: Proteas a class act. Agius, Phil 201
Cricket: Spreadwise: Twose line too volatile. Agius, Phil 221
Darts: Spreadwise: Keep watch for shaky favourites. Palmer, Steve 211
Darts: Taylor cannot be opposed. Davies, Steve 287
Dettori booked for Crimplene; Robinson replaced for Brittain filly's in Breeders' Cup Distaff bid. Lees, Jon 354
Eddery to miss Breeders'. 414
Epsom & The South: Rouble ready to defy his penalty; View from the training centres. Williams, Matthew 131
Extra fixture at Newmarket. 114
Fee set for Abbaye winner Namid. 288
Football: Arsenal's simple task; Gunners can afford to rest stars and remain on course to top Group B. Palmer, Steve 478
Football: City now 5-2 to lose status. Agius, Phil 269
Football: Mighty Muscovites are ready to go through. Palmer, Steve 448
Football: Rangers star going nowhere. Agius, Phil 386
Football: Spreadwise: Expect early card movement. Pullein, Kevin 400
Football: Tough task for Rangers. Palmer, Steve 317
Football: United fail in Belgium. 134
Football: Wenger: I'm staying put. Agius, Phil 211
France: Audacieuse wins Group 3 in style. Stoneham, Desmond 112
Golf: Robertson stands out. 269
Golf: Spreadwise: Fulke for a fine finish. Chapman, Jeremy 253
Golf: There's no stopping 5-2 Lee. Chapman, Jeremy 850
Greyhounds: 10-1 Sheila the Leger value as Lad defends title. Meldrum, Peter 337
Greyhounds: Lamerie the new Essex Vase jolly. Austin, Jim 221
Greyhounds: Letters: Impossible; Bill Maynard says the Catford branch of the RGT needs backing in its quest to home ex-racers. Maynard, Bill 174
Greyhounds: Letters: Mistaken; Ivor Stocker, director of the Retired Greyhound Trust, wants to set the record straight. Stocker, Ivor 566
Greyhounds: Open Check: It should be so easy for Breezy. Kay, Jonathan 450
Hughes given Abdullah offer; Rider surprise choice for role not filled since 1994. Lees, Jon 439
Jockeys in the sidelines. 126
Jumps Stable Tour: Nicky Henderson: French to the fore in battle plan. Masters, Rodney 2924
Lambourn: Boardroom looks worth the vote; View from the training centres. Masters, Rodney 327
Marlborough close to making return. 195
Newmarket: Sea Star to make big impression; View from the training centres. Elves, Tony 302
NFL: Jets leave it late yet again. Agius, Phil 168
Nottingham: McCabe gets whip referral. O'Hanlon, Will 514
Redcar: Darley edges closer to title. Russell, Colin 524
Sales Report: Tattersalls Autumn Sale: 180,000gns Rostropovich poised for hurdling career. Prosser, Edward 741
Sea Pigeon dies at the age of 20. 224
Sedgefield judgement reserved. 174
Snooker: 6-4 Fu for first win of season. Humphries, Adrian 233
Snooker: Spreadwise: Lee can give Davis a hiding. Kealy, Paul 114
Stateside: Fusaichi heads race for Horse of the Year. Farley, Dan 359
Stateside: Jadada out to land fairytale victory. Farley, Dan 180
Stateside: Late entries will make Cup race fourth-richest ever run. Farley, Dan 104
Stateside: Plenty to come from Papa. Farley, Dan 141
Tennis: Ilie Moscow value. Humphries, Adrian 163
The North: The time is right for Anotherred; View from the training centres. Russell, Colin 302
The SP reviolution: How the starting prices are returned. 252
The SP revolution: Bookmakers accept need for change. 188
The SP revolution: How a need for transparency merely stirred up controversy. 374
The SP revolution: Longer SPs were most affected. 320
The SP revolution: McCririck delight at demise of `rip-off'. 284
The SP revolution: New deal for punters; Major benefits expected as starting price system gets a massive overhaul. Ashforth, David 700
The SP revolution: Opinion: Industry will benefit from new system. Ashforth, David 347
The SP revolution: Who's who on the Executive. 128
THE TEAM BEHIND RACING'S MAN OF THE MOMENT. 84
Today's Action: Cheltenham: Shuffle in good shape for return; Chance chaser in warm-up for Thomas Pink Gold Cup. Jackson, Bruce 373
Topspeed: Tamburlaine so smart; Hannon colt an excellent 2,000 Guineas prospect after fine display despite unsuitable conditions in Racing Post Trophy. Willoughby, James 998
Turf Club position to be announced. Clower, Michael 304
Williams gets ride on Cup hope Diatribe in Cox Plate. Brennan, Syd 194
Windsor acts to beat heavy going. 93
Zara at ease on racecourse. 83

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