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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 29, 2001)

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All Our Yesterdays. 233
Baden-Baden: Up And Away wins Group race at last. 110
Baseball: Cubs the pick in weak battle. 273
Beaten trainer calls for review of procedures. 396
Betting Bureau: Deceitful is one to trust over seven furlongs; Evans charge will benefit from longer trip. 529
Bookies' draw-bias reductions produce some curious results. 402
Champion Hurdle plan for First Ballot. 239
Cricket: Dragons have too much fire for Hampshire. 388
CSF under new fire as Wokingham dividend adjustment is revealed. 637
Deauville: Arkadian foiled by Ing Ing's late dash. 221
Dormant; However, a Bolton fan suggests the GRA should step in there. 154
Eddery to ride Mr Sandancer. 100
Exacta outperforms rival in all bar one category of race. 515
Five for Fun. 146
Football: Beckham is important but Sven's men can do the business regardless; How I See It. 271
Football: Bolton on the up in points market. 186
Football: Champions on the drift despite slip by Liverpool. 375
Football: Vller is not writing off 5-2 England. 266
Golf: 40-1 Herron king of the big-hitters. 714
Golf: Gonzalez has the beef for Munich trip. 265
Golf: Harrington to revel in Ryder qualification showdown. 838
GRA's profits and plans a red rag to owners. 93
Hare delay leaves us hot and bothered. 209
It's only fair that we trim CSF payouts claims BOLA. 652
Jockey Club backs Epsom stalls decision; Controversial starting incident which has angered punters put stewards in a `lose-lose situation', says Maxse. 695
Jockeys on the sidelines. 115
Kewell gets nod in clash of Droopys. 104
Lambourn: Rodney Masters. 113
Magic news that Kinda's recovering. 101
Mark of 131 puts Sakhee at the top. 444
Meaningful; Arthur Hammond, who represents owners on both the British Greyhound Racing Board. 318
Newmarket gallops: Sandmason looks on his way back. 255
Newmarket Tony Elves. 139
Non-runner rule an option in Hong Kong. 163
Ooska is a name that's worth remembering. 186
Open Check: Gooner can enjoy Yarmouth outing. 485
Opinion: Exposed as the rotten bet that thrives on lack of competition. 560
Our local seaside course awaits both us and Piney. 558
Owner hits out over gate test for Tuscan. 299
Proudwings team to lodge Marois appeal. 290
Puppy final on tomorrow. 280
RAtings: Circuit star Gooner is going places. 107
Ratings: Cup hero Santas looks as though he's here to stay. 214
Ratings: Hove runs almost too good to be true. 240
Ratings: Sireco scorches stopwatch at Rye. 94
Ratings: Time is ripe for a `going' shake-up. 106
Reason for failure may stay a mystery. 249
Ripon: Minstrel continues Tompkins' fine run. 176
Ripon: Persian Pearl opens McMahon double. 177
Ripon: Times hands new owner second win. 176
Seba set to line up for Moyglare. 258
Sidelined; The owner of Windgap Java makes a formal complaint about an incident at Catford. His greyhound has been side-lined and misses the Gold Collar. 408
Sonic forced to miss Irish engagement. 150
Speedway: In-form Bees a sound bet. 106
Sport on TV. 516
SPREADWISE GOLF: Struggle on the cards for a few Belfry outsiders. 556
Spreadwise: Tennis: Agassi set for swift wrap-up. 123
Stateside: `Giant-killer' Jerkens upsets odds. 199
Stateside: Baffert's Cup stars aiming to avenge 1999 failure. 774
Stateside: Bray the loser as Paulsons quarrel. 119
Stateside: East holds promise for Godolphin duo. 92
Stateside: It's official: Derby worth $218m. 124
Success; The owner of Pinewood Blue writes after his dog's Kent Derby triumph. 218
Tennis: Henman a crazy price to progress. 458
Tennis: Rusedski cruises into second round. 214
The Rise and Rise of Coolmore: How the foundations were laid for a breeding empire; In the first of a three-part series ending on Friday,. 1946
Topspeed: York results show need for detailed soil analysis soil; Milan's come-from-behind Great Voltigeur win typical of temporary rain influence. 1297
Tralee briefing. 187
Tralee: Floridian scores but Moyglare ruled out. 81
Tralee: Moloney reigns on Timber King. 173
Tralee: Red Bartsia makes it 20 for Grassick. 82
Union; M A Sowden calls for a new militant and national owners' group. 421
Uttoxeter: Hughes delighted as McCoy scores treble. 226
Uttoxeter: Poignant victory for King in Dixon Cup. 109
Uttoxeter: Ward heaps praise on claimer Hitchcott. 141
Vision leads strong German raid. 114
Withdrawn; A Catford owner complains about prize-money. 132
Young has a strong hand in Puppy Derby; English raiders target Ireland. 405

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