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

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Title Author Type Words
All our Yesterdays. 234
Archduke Ferdinand has Lonsdale target. 255
Australia: Waterhouse reaches milestone with Cup win. 154
Behind the Scenes in the North: `Lifetime In Racing' series a big winner. 272
Behind the Scenes in the North: Party time as Mason celebrates his annus mirabilis. 406
Behind the Scenes in the North: Semi-retired Robinson still working hard on the Knavesmire. 562
Betting Bureau: Take prolific Currency to strike again. 508
Brittain forced to pay hefty price for Nobelist after easy selling win. 385
Brosnan: Ireland must follow Go Racing example. 453
Crayford's Vase has Vintage finish. 370
Curragh: Game Repertory holds late thrust of Ishiguru in sprint. 85
Curragh: Injury-hit Bach regains the winning thread in Listed heat. 114
Curragh: Lame Mr Houdini caps bad day at the office for Hughes. 112
Curragh: Rock Of Gibraltar atones for Ascot run. 190
Doncaster: Angus-G rolls back the years to land handicap. 133
Doncaster: Change of silks brings Bailey overdue win. 111
Doncaster: Predator and Moment give Holland double. 121
Doncaster: Zaeema heads double for Loder and Dettori. 238
Eclipse an option for former Classic hope Distant Music. 312
Fifth spread firm starts trading today. 332
Five For Fun. 158
France: Diamilina wins sprint for Group 2 prize. 233
France: Mirio turns back the clock for `Chou Chou'. 530
Germany: Derby triumph kicks off double for Reid. 542
Golf: Double trouble for Heathorns. 295
Goodwood: Fast-finishing Salty Jack initiates double for Elsworth and O'Neill. 207
Goodwood: Glowing gets up on line for dramatic win. 191
Goodwood: More Listed success for Late Night Out. 99
Goodwood: US rider O'Brien scores on flying visit. 257
Harris's family intend to retain trainer's licence. 117
Hull Derby target for Vieri. 304
Irish Derby to set standard! 274
Irish Derby: Golan fluffs his lines and drifts in the betting for King George. 485
Irish Derby: I knew I had the right horse, and boy did he deliver. 350
Irish Derby: Irish Champion likely route to Breeders' for brilliant Galileo. 688
Irish Derby: Out of this world; Galileo powers to victory in the Irish Derby yesterday, to the delight of joint-owner Michael Tabor and rider Mick Kinane (inset). 879
Irish Derby: What the professionals say. 207
Jockeys on the Sidelines. 134
Kewell on the ball in St Leger. 187
Letter: Another practice hard to stomach; Pete Wright complains about betting shop staff who eat while they are working. 116
Letter: Coupling horses is no good for the punter; Tom Earl of consultancy firm Sports Bureau International on the linking of horses for betting purposes. 337
Letter: Farewell to a real friend; Ian Willows, travelling head lad to Luca Cumani, on the loss of Vicious Circle at Royal Ascot. 91
Letter: Hoping and praying Cecil will bounce back; P Robinson is keeping his fingers crossed for Henry Cecil. 231
Letter: Need for unity to get the best deal available; James Colling, of Wilwyn Racing, supports calls for owners to fight together in the light of the media rights situation. 205
Letter: PC view has no place in sanctuary; John Halpenny believes it would be ridiculous to ban smoking. 113
Letter: Perhaps it is time to ban gambling!; Howard Davies strikes a sarcastic note. 104
Letter: Racing needs a better mix in the programme; Peter Trott on an imbalance which is damaging to owners. 245
Letter: Rendel defied Walwyn's giant `squiggle' to win; Tony O'Connor on Peter Walwyn and the election victory for David Rendel. 135
Letter: Why should we outlaw smoking?; Betting Shop Manager of the Year Gail Abbott, of Braybrook Racing, resists the call. 167
Lingfield: Allen revival continues with First Venture win. 91
Lingfield: Mackay delivers title warning with double. 87
LIngfield: Sing For Fame making a name for herself. 141
Local RGT in Stow boost. 89
Motor racing: Schumacher 4-5 to win yet again at Silverstone. 412
Newton Abbot: Fall fails to stop McCoy gaining double success. 109
Nice One, Pip - Wokingham win a job well done; The moment Nice One Clare was beaten in last year's Wokingham, Pip Payne set out to win the race 12 months later. 1119
Open check: Rathcormac can star over Crayford's sticks; McGee looks set for Henlow double headed by in-form Reward. 400
Prize winner `over the moon' at windfall. 128
Punters and layers count cost of inquiry fiasco. 526
Regular practice to settle before the `weighed-in'. 284
Rugby League: Sad Saints slump to 14-1. 154
Rugby Union: Wounded Wallabies bid to strike back. 343
Sport on TV: PICK OF THE DAY. 156
Spreadwise: Cricket - Yet another new Ashes market. 107
Spreadwise: Tennis - Clijsters' days are numbered. 455
Stratford: Maguire tested for kidney injuries. 152
Stratford: Stewarts Pride gives Leavy biggest win. 182
Super 12 may launch second new Superbet. 441
Tams flies the flag for the Brits in Oaks. 283
Tennis: Wimbledon 2001 - 7-2 Escude stands out. 440
Tennis: Wimbledon 2001 - Clijsters awful value against fast-improving Shaughnessy. 395
Tennis: Wimbledon 2001 - Goran too good to miss at huge 11-8; Back-to-form Ivanisevic has never lost to Rusedski and must be backed at baffling odds. 467
Under the microscope: Wide smiles from those on the rails while others are riding out storm; Under the microscope The debate over the display of prices by rails bookmakers beat the Go Racing saga. 840
Under the microscope: Winners and losers as pitches are bought and sold. 326
USA: Fleet Renee bounces back from Oaks flop. 141
USA: Gourmet Girl gets run of race to stun Sluzan. 105
Versatile Ulundi on course for Sandown; Gelding bids for valuable handicap before tilt at. 421
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 146
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 194
View from the training centres: The North. 159

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