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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 2, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
All our yesterdays. 148
Argentina: Improving Dr Ciro hangs on to land 2,000 Guineas. 208
Ascot hero Irony out to maintain unbeaten record. 380
Betting Bureau: Independence can rise to toughest test yet in opener; Muchea and Riberac represent value in Mile. 605
Bill Turner to face Jockey Club inquiry. 85
Bloodstock Briefing: First stakes strike for Spinning World. 144
Bloodstock Briefing: Green Dancer will ensure dam's legacy lives on. 300
Bloodstock Briefing: Mating plans. 119
Bloodstock Briefing: Smaller Fasig-Tipton catalogue helps market stay healthy. 639
Bloodstock People: Tony Esler. 357
Bookies `must do more to defeat money launderers'. 434
Breeding Lines: . . . but it all began with history-maker Mistley. 362
Breeding Lines: Byrne's night as Tiger takes Belle Vue cash; Double for Hutchison at 75th anniversary meeting, as Irish stayer stars in marathon. 396
Breeding Lines: Hove gala bonanza for Greaves. 386
Breeding Lines: Seagrave's pair a perfect match. 266
Cosmi injured in accident. 180
Cricket: Injuries add to England's Ashes woes. 282
Cricket: Sports betting - Australia to finish it in three at Bridge. 557
Cricket: Sports betting - Punter's guide to Trent Bridge. 113
Cricket: Sports betting - Slater looks too good for Ramps. 271
Dancer fancied to go one better over longer trip. 329
Darts: Class to tell for Burnett. 89
Dunlop on learning curve with top-weight Izmail. 194
Flat ace Ulundi back to hurdles; Sandown Flat winner faces top-class opposition in big feature. 575
Focus: Spotlight on Jonathan Horowitz - US commentary prodigy brings nerveless style to British audience. 617
Focus: Spotlight on Michael Halford - Halford hoping Berengarius has what it takes to spring surprise. 523
Football: Gregory backed to make early exit from Villa Park. 284
Fresh Solo Mio ready to face toughest test. 360
Galway Festival: Grimes in line for historic double after Plate triumph. 619
Galway Hurdle briefing. 253
Galway: Curley lands another blow to bookies. 239
Galway: Norman back with a bang on Grey. 140
Glorious Goodwood: Godolphin `WYSIWYG' approach sets standards that others should follow; Alastair Down sees Sheikh Mohammed compensated for Noverre's loss of the French Guineas in the equine courts seven days earlier. 868
Glorious Goodwood: No Excuse and Olden Times set for Marois. 338
Glorious Goodwood: Sheikh full of praise for mighty Noverre. 478
Glorious Goodwood: Sigh of relief from layers as favourites struggle; Action in the betting ring. 349
Go Racing consortium has to make name change; Attheraces is new title after clash with US motor racing website. 449
Gold Cup 1-2 top powerful British entry for Melbourne; Godolphin nominate seven for two-miler. 501
Golf: Back big hitterCabrera to see off quiet man Calcavecchia. 452
Golf: Haeggman can take his chance to be the local hero. 445
Goodwood: Given quick to make a mark as Dancer waltzes in. 227
Goodwood: Hills shows he has a way with fillies. 139
Goodwood: Improving Ovambo earns crack at Ebor. 287
Greyhounds: Classy entry for Kent Derby at Sittingbourne. 240
Greyhounds: Open Check - Ladson can box clever this time. 585
Greyhounds: Turbulent ruffles a few feathers. 558
Greyhounds: Wilson says one-off is richest-ever. 198
Ground is likely to ease as thunderstorms forecast. 158
Honour set to maintain Johnston run in Cup. 1299
Horse Racing Ireland has first meeting. 193
Improved facilities at Doncaster. 81
Johnston hopes blinkers will sharpen up Play. 469
Kempton: A long way to go, says ton-up Fallon. 215
Kempton: Direct Play scores his second success. 116
Kempton: Dusty is the answer for Hesmonds Stud. 137
Kempton: Hughes wastes no time on Modern. 83
Kempton: Morgans Orchard the toast for Newcombe. 105
King George big hit with armchair viewers. 322
Leicester: Azur continues King's flying form. 145
Leicester: Best Lead victory a surprise for Butler. 130
Loder eyes York for July winners. 217
Margarson ace out to plunder more bookmaker cash. 341
Mark your Card: Persiano primed for repeat victory. 222
Musselburgh: Granite back on song after late show. 124
Musselburgh: Perratt celebrates decade with double. 109
Musselburgh: Top striker Quinn scores with Bordello. 120
Naheef win a pleasant surprise for Loder. 526
New Sussex sponsor sought. 154
New Zealand: Rogerson team lands trainers' title at death. 257
Newmarket Gallops: Comet shines as Stoute eyes a royal follow- up. 433
Newton Abbot: Flynn rides first winner since injury. 96
No Glorious runners for Cecil. 97
Palace Affair has right form but needs rain. 214
Postmark: Solo Mio to clinch big-race hat-trick. 233
Pricewise: Sheppard's Watch a steal at tasty 11-2; 14-1 Double Honour can give Johnston another Cup victory. 709
Punch up for the Cup; Elsworth stayer bids for revenge over Ascot hero Royal Rebel in Goodwood thriller. 539
Robbie Supple to become assistant trainer to John Upson. 81
Speedway: Get on Wolves. 81
Sport on TV. 110
Spreadwise: Athers the best of a bad bunch. 331
Spreadwise: Conditions suit a points sell. 196
Spreadwise: JR Stevenson looks so tempting at 3.5. 401
Sunday cutback `can be put down to failings in 2000 list'. 283
Ten Year Trends: Amin has perfect draw and form in the book. 454
The day Mr Bombastique found himself McCoyed. 845
The Thursday Column: Here's hoping ITV have secret stars to unveil. 197
The Thursday Column: It's hard to win when the layers insist on having their way on each-way terms. 692
Topspeed: Punch can lay his Cup ghost to rest. 222
US coverage safe despite TRN closure. 225
View from the training centres: Epsom and South. 130
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 147
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 143
View from the training centres: The North. 123
Warwick: Focus scores again in Supple treble. 243
Watering sparks row at Newton Abbot. 394
Yorkies Boy flies flag for Britain in Norway's first Pattern race. 190
Zimbabwe: Wingfield Digby stays on well to land Derby victory. 172
Zuhair set for quick reappearance in bid for 1999 repeat. 260

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