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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (February 13, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
10 to Follow: Familiar names at head of affairs. 168
All our Yesterdays. 141
Ascot test for Cup hope Logician. 103
Betting bureau: Bank on Law to break his duck; Return to the minimum trip will favour well-drawn gelding. 571
BOLA to hear an update on levy abolition; Annual meeting held amid call for racing to move swiftly. 362
Boxing: Tyson 2-1 underdog. 193
Chandler launches website dedicated to football betting. 204
Cricket: Injury boost for England. 200
Dani can score in Arc trial. 155
Doumen in new fitness alert over Baracouda; First Gold-style warning ahead of hurdler's Warwick outing. 554
Dubai: Listed win caps fine treble for Durcan. 146
First Gold's Aon Chase run `too bad to be true. 348
First in three for Cork semi. 237
First lady Prather rides record six winners on Turfway card. 183
Five for Fun. 172
Football: Arsenal bid in major trouble. 425
Football: Bayern set to prosper from fitness advantage. 343
Football: Henry and Harry carry hopes of England's European challengers. 354
Football: Lazio on slide as Roma stand firm. 409
Football: spreadwise: Hartson's number five. 80
Football: Strengthened Middlesbrough for Selhurst joy. 463
Football: Three to trust for knockout bet. 346
Football: Whites' price is poor value. 417
Frantic Tan's owners keen on Gold bid. 222
Golf: Poulter closes in on Ryder place. 468
Greyhounds: Open Check: So keen that Ballmac can jump to Bok final; McEllistrim's Puppy Derby finalist earns the vote in Sky's main event. 631
Greyhounds: pricewise: 5-2 Pal's the pick for bet of night; Long-odds backers sitting pretty with Ballmac Keano in Springbok decider. 613
Healing rifts on new RCA chief Brown's agenda. 249
Hove uses Swaffham for trials. 165
Interview - Keith Brown: In at the deep end and determined to remove the friction; Howard Wright talks to Keith Brown, the new chairman of the Racecourse Association. 657
Jackpot pool could hit pounds 250,000. 198
Key role for an `adviser' who set the ball rolling. 455
Knife Edge set to have Arkle prep at Naas. 189
Letter: A summons for Down. 357
Letter: Commander sale correct. 208
Letter: Juddmonte - it's all hindsight. 444
Letter: Ted sure to be missed. 225
Mark Your Card: Colombe d'Or a winner in waiting; Dancing Dill can gain compensation for her Carlisle defeat when dropped in trip. 1452
Murphy sets sights on Newcastle. 246
Nick Dundee set to go on Gold Cup trial at Gowran; Limestone Lad also lined up for Festival prep this weekend. 571
Norton hoping to finally get his training career under way. 110
Operation puts Bobbyjo's career in doubt. 413
Point to point: Weekly Review: Natives scalps rivals for Barber; One Of The Natives copes with a step up in class, sinking Boxer in the process, and in Wales the start of a new season is scuppered by fog. 2016
Prize-money boost for top French Flat races. 229
Ratings Review: Don't take First Gold's defeat at face value. 1408
Rodock set for weekend clash with Arkle rivals at Warwick. 193
Rugby League: `Disgrace' jibes over Australian GB coach. 253
Rugby Union: Luger certain to miss Italy clash. 265
Sammy spin. 95
Sands set to kick off campaign for Loder. 310
Season facing record losses as Folkestone is abandoned. 623
Snooker: Hunter chopped for Sheffield glory. 405
Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan. 80
Southwell: Badger impresses on Madame Jones. 85
Southwell: Enigmatic Henry a first for Bowlby. 90
Southwell: Victorious makes it three on the bounce. 127
Spreadwise: football: Buy goals in glamour tie. 306
Spreadwise: football: England price heads skywards. 102
Tennis: Kucera to prove too hot for old stager Tarango. 730
Tiutchev to face heavy going for Ascot test. 476
United States: Innuendo heads 1-2 for Clement stable. 92
United States: Spain lowers colours of favourite Chilukki. 125
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 96
View from the training centres: The North. 167
Weekly Review: Fontwell offers bonus for hunter chasers. 122
Wettest winter in Cheltenham for 250 years. 503
Where Are They Now? David Yates: Smooth switch to a different kind of horsepower. 477

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