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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (April 6, 2001)

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25-1 Carlovent strays from Pipe script in opener. 252
Aintree briefing: Bright November out to complete five-timer. 134
Aintree briefing: Ground concern for The Outback Way. 391
Aintree briefing: Murphy quietly confident about Hindiana prospects. 406
Aintree briefing: O'Neill hoping Prokofiev puts best foot forward. 226
Aintree briefing: Royal Auclair bids to justify McCoy decision. 316
Aintree briefing: Shotgun lines up for epic clash with Bacchanal. 335
Aintree: Magnificent Bilboa shows champion style as Doumens enjoy big double. 361
All our yesterdays. 253
Angry reaction to Punchestown KO; Officials, trainers and riders ask Turf Club why track wasn't considered safe. 694
Betting Bureau: Polar is an interesting prospect. 775
Boxing: Barrera camp confident. 206
Brave Aghawadda puts problems behind him. 388
Connections of Bobbyjo pay tribute to their hero; Great moments recalled after `gentleman of a horse' succumbs to leg problems. 462
Cricket: Proteas can put Windies in a spin. 201
Doumen star lifts gloom as rain threatens to spoil our big day. 735
Fairyhouse and Leopardstown to stage Punchestown Festival races. 366
First-day crowd and Tote figures. 93
Five for fun. 150
Football: Between The Lines: How to spot when there may be extra-time value. 543
Football: Burnley in for Moor misery. 468
Football: Leeds cut in race for Euro glory. 423
Football: Rovers slip but stay favourites. 255
Football: Spreadwise: Crusaders sell looks wise. 131
Football: Spreadwise: Leeds' injury woes mount. 107
Football: Spreadwise: Spreadex quote too low. 152
Football: Top ten bogey teams. 92
Football: Trends: Patience the key to spread-type fixed-odds bets. 729
Football: UEFA Cup: Reds take advantage. 263
Football: Weekend picks. 94
Gold hailed a `champion` after Martell masterclass. 695
Golf: DiMarco sets early pace. 132
Golf: US Masters: DiMarco leads a merry dance. 385
Golf: US Masters: Shaky Woods back on target. 388
Grand National: Mixed feelings for Aintree hero set to miss out this time. 923
Grand National: Phillips hoping his Noble bid ends in a tide of tears; Rodney Masters talks to trainer-on-the-move Richard Phillips about his National challenge with one of the more diminutive runners. 1230
Greyhounds: Felix trial a real fillip for McKenna. 170
Greyhounds: Flying Butch bursts into Blue Riband picture. 137
Greyhounds: Irish view: Kewell pass on English Derby. 204
Greyhounds: Irish view: Lifford sold to Willie Duffy. 167
Greyhounds: Irish view: Shanless for Wileman? 193
Greyhounds: Irish view: Shelbourne plans Gold Cup April 21. 275
Greyhounds: Lame Broadland is likely to miss English Derby. 154
Greyhounds: Open Check: Dumbarton is value in Eurobet puzzler. 674
Greyhounds: Settlers irate at double BAGS action. 234
Greyhounds: Steady flow for Scottish Derby. 102
Gunner Welburn leads 1-2 for Bailey. 406
HQ trainers say no to open day. 390
Ilico II rewards patience of Hobbs and Warner. 273
Jockeys & agents. 255
Jockeys on the sidelines. 84
JP and weather to blame for quiet start; Action in the ring. 155
Kingsmark victory brings back National memories. 264
Lambourn: Tiutchev to prove Henderson's spearhead; View from the training centres. 182
Lush court appearance. 105
Mark Your Card: Gower-Slave interesting. 280
Murtagh picks up ride on Tamburlaine. 248
My national Dream: Local lad with three chances to fulfil his passion; Spotlight on Terry Neill. 325
Net Prophet: Digiturf leading the way in virtual racing; Become owner and trainer with innovative site. 541
Net Prophet: IBAS takes the online plunge. 256
Net Prophet: mylifeonline; Mark Bradburne Conditional jockey, who rides Gayles And Showers for his mother Sue in today's John Hughes Trophy Chase over the National fences. 262
Net Prophet: New technology gets Aintree tria. 85
Net Prophet: Site seen: Take pain out of selection process. 417
Newton Abbot and Fakenham to resume at Easter. 292
Not the Festival, but still fantastic. 314
Old favourites, rising stars . . . Aintree's got the lot today. 112
Pipe smashes yet another record with ten-strong entry for big race. 463
Postmark: Creek to score on swift return. 268
Pricewise: Bindaree can make most of stamina; 12-1 shot likely to thrive in the testing conditions. 572
Racing and betting chiefs meet to discuss future funding. 341
Results round-up. 443
Riders approve of changes to National fences. 331
Rugby League: Wigan set for easy Shay win. 286
Rugby Union: Keep faith in the Waratahs. 357
See More still in business despite another `off day'. 322
Speedway: Pirates can pulverise sorry Posh. 297
Sport on TV: pick of the day. 572
Spreadwise: Lady Cricket looks cheap buy at 4 in tricky event. 284
Ten year trends: Tiutchev looks the right type for Melling success. 492
Tennis: Kafelnikov set for good start in cup. 427
The Grand National Meeting: Aintree ground soft after downpours. 192
The Grand National Meeting: Big guns out to scupper Direct Route's hat-trick bid; Flagship Uberalles and Tiutchev pose serious Melling test. 633
The Grand National Meeting: Bookmakers divided over likely favourite. 212
The Grand National Meeting: Edmond the big market mover for National as ground softens. 534
The Grand National Meeting: Extra precautions not dampening Aintree atmosphere. 274
The Grand National meeting: Papillon delayed by bad weather. 237
The Grand National: Afternoon with not-so-nasty Nigel proves a real gas; Alastair Down pays a rare visit to trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies as he puts the finishing touches to top-weight Beau's big-race preparation. 1087
The North: Boston can be the master; View from the training centres. 261
Today's verdict: Spring horse Flagship set to show his true colours; Shotgun Willy's claims given a major boost by First Gold's Martell Cup win. 1139
Topspeed: Superior has the figures for John Hughes Chase. 230
Trainer Tizzard hits out at bar on rider Jefford. 174

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