Printer Friendly

Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 16, 2001)

1-75 out of 75 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'We must not allow this racecourse to disappear'. 663
ALL OUR YESTERDAYS. 145
AROUND THE WORLD: Barbados: Apprentice scores 23-1 Derby win. 125
AROUND THE WORLD: Russia: Big win for son of former Hills inmate. 246
AROUND THE WORLD: Sweden: Resurgent Neuroth bags high-profile four-timer. 215
BETTING BUREAU: Esteemed Master the clear choice; Hilltop Warning worth chancing from draw. 559
BEVERLEY: Cesarewitch aim for in-form Taffrail. 98
BEVERLEY: Debut victory for Johnston's Bandari. 92
BEVERLEY: Roberts injured in stalls incident. 88
BEVERLEY: Sonnet sets up double for Tebbutt. 119
BREEDING LINES: Deal finally gets a winning hand. 327
BREEDING LINES: Newpark farming Tralee's big races. 428
BREEDING LINES: Premier joins the big league with Rosney. 617
Channel 4 `tried 15 months ago' to improve Saturday's fixture list. 256
CRICKET: England 5-4 to soldier on until the fifth day at Headingley. 268
CRICKET: THE ASHES: Forget 1981 - it's the Aussies who have history on their side. 584
CRICKET: THE ASHES: Keep faith in star Ponting. 324
Diamonds should be a punter's best friend in TV clash. 289
EPSOM: Pentecost shows spirit to discard maiden tag. 134
EPSOM: Secret win unleashes torrent of first-timers. 151
Fantastic Light favourite for Turf glory at Belmont. 486
FIVE FOR FUN. 149
Football: Cole 5-2 to be United ace. 214
FRANCE: Sheikh's Masterful wins Guillaume d'Ornano. 197
From the Sales Ring: Zaffaran filly tops bill as number of lots swells. 532
GOLF: 3-1 Woods melts as big hitters finally get involved. 772
GOLF: Daly to be the big hit in Atlanta mud. 502
Golf: Davis to lead the Australian assault. 422
GOLF: Euro stars make betting a hazard. 300
Golf: Ollie set to be driven to despair. 477
Golf: Outlook bleak for Faldo. 269
GOLF: Steady Singh to give Tiger a run. 538
GOLF: Straight-hitting Hoch should leave Leonard in his wake. 273
Golf: US Ryder Cup hopes looking overpriced. 452
GREYHOUNDS: The best is set for Late tonight; All eyes will be on the final eliminator as the Irish Derby gets under way this evening. 631
HAMILTON: Brasher and Darley happy with Running win. 217
HAMILTON: Hartley hits right note again with Piccolo. 80
HAMILTON: Lowther earns praise after Ace display. 105
Hendry for hollow win. 114
In Brief: Michael Beary. 89
In Brief: TOWCESTER. 93
Kempton on cards for Toto. 265
LETTERS: BHB plans for funding do not stand up to scrutiny. 618
LETTERS: Consistency hard to achieve but remains stewards' goal. 366
LETTERS: Farewell to a true friend and an extraordinary man. 134
Mongan faces ban for previous absence. 184
Newbury claimer may set new trend. 574
NEWMARKET GALLOPS: Harlequin ruled out of Ebor due to setback. 360
NEWMARKET GALLOPS: Marienbard building up for possible Prix Kergorlay challenge. 391
NEWMARKWT GALLOPS: Sakhee given green light for Juddmonte tilt. 246
NEWS: Cheveley Park heroine Regal Rose is retired. 334
Open Check: Have Hope has the draw on his side. 442
OPINION: In the long run, a multi-million-pound sport cannot be regulated by self-elected amateurs; The conflict of interest between the Jockey Club's role as owner of racecourses and regulator of racing has been the subject of a special Racing Post report this week. Here, David Ashforth sets out a way forward. 628
Paris Pike could make return in Hennessy. 136
PRICEWISE: 6-1 Sonic will be Super value when he is in the final! 257
PRICEWISE: Love and Becky can hold the aces. 229
Salisbury briefing. 193
SALISBURY: Alfred's limitations exposed for Derby. 92
SALISBURY: Hughes rides a 5,232-1 four-timer. 365
Soft ground a threat to British raid on Marois. 350
SPORTS BETTING: CRICKET - THE ASHES. 109
Spreadwise: Cricket: Atherton equipped to stand his ground. 332
THE JOCKEY CLUB UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Founded on principles of privilege, patronage and politics. 911
THE JOCKEY CLUB UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: The voice of independence or just another interest group?; The arguments for and against the Club's role in racing politics. 1105
THE THURSDAY COLUMN: Time to focus on the decent side of English professional football. 635
Trainers back Leopardstown's all-weather scheme. 326
View from the training centres: EPSOM & SOUTH:. 136
View from the training centres: LAMBOURN:. 118
View from the training centres: NEWMARKET:. 175
View from the training centres: THE NORTH:. 106
Weatherbys considers use of txt msgs. 207
WORLD OF BREEDING: Bloodlines no assurance that Phoenix winner can rise to glory in maturity; pedigree assessment. 1272
YARMOUTH: La Yolam upsets. 84
YARMOUTH: Stratton a new star for Cantillon yard. 222
York mission set to stir Makin from his idyllic retreat; Interview Rodney Masters pays a visit to Peter Makin, trainer of leading Ebor fancy Ovambo. 1131

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |