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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (March 28, 2001)

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`I'll be ready when better horses run' Tale of two title hopefuls: Fallon pipped on the line while Darley delays his return. 360
All dressed up - but when will there be a place to go?; Tony O'Hehir finds Curragh trainer Michael Grassick continuing his routine as normal while earnestly hoping for an Easter resumption. 885
All Our Yesterdays. 140
Betting Bureau: Deceitful tasty if running true. 595
Bloodstock Briefing: Bloodstock People. 190
Bloodstock Briefing: Trainers pinpoint stallions to make a mark this term. 989
Bloodstock Briefings: Mating Plans. 326
Bookies targeted by animal rights protesters. 383
Call for refunds to British trainers of barred entries. 341
Champion set to give his injured wrist more time. 219
Connor offered Catford contract. 168
Cricket: Series defeat no handicap for England. 214
Death of ex-PA racing editor. 137
Five For Fun. 145
Fixtures may survive sudden outbreaks. 338
football: Albania can ruin Sven's World Cup dreams; 6-1 simply too big about a side who gave Germany more problems than England did. 207
football: Chandler prices way out of line. 453
football: Cole 1-2 to make it unlucky 13th cap with blank. 309
football: Is the end of the world nigh? 685
football: Maestro Mihajlovic to avenge Charleroi slip. 457
football: Market leader Hoddle talks to Tottenham. 166
football: Stalemate best Barcelona bet. 383
Frisby flies to land four-timer at Nottingham. 257
golf: No fluke about Durant at 28-1. 554
golf: Watch out for top French prospect. 337
golf: Wonder Wall stands out at massive 40-1. 895
Greaves sells up. 112
Greyhound Ratings: Frisby foils Malbay in Merson final. 168
Greyhound Ratings: Magic stuff at Oxford from one so young. 232
Greyhound Ratings: Sonic soars to fine Stainforth effort. 106
Greyhounds Letters: Fitting; Paul King is pleased with his firm's sponsorship of the Pall Mall. 98
Greyhounds Letters: Fuming; Steve and Gail Higgs, best known for their runners trained by John Coleman at Walthamstow, call for militant action. 791
Greyhounds Letters: Ill-judged; NAGO's chairman backs Charlie Lister. 201
Greyhounds Letters: Mugs; H Beaney comments on the bookies' disgraceful `rip-off' formulae. 188
Greyhounds Ratings: Dartnall boosted by Bohereen win. 116
Greyhounds: Open Check: Robinson Justright for Sunderland brace; Onemore Nomore the pick at Harlow on a night of provincial action. 581
Heartbeat star to receive pup. 114
Hell-bent on a fair price for racing's product; Interview The BHB will shortly begin negotiations with the bookmakers on the future funding of racing. 1151
Irish face decision on Easter restart. 379
JOCKEYS & AGENTS. 181
Juventus set to buy Turin track. 129
Ladbrokes' associates face charges. 196
Levy Board defends loan to York. 296
Linda Jones: `Flash' creating a splash at Stow. 345
Linda Jones: Charlie was in the right. 113
Linda Jones: Pall Mall victory was kinda magic for us! 418
Linda Jones: Trainers' championship. 161
Linda Jones: Waltz being tuned up. 129
Loder at Lingfield. 251
Matthias returns to Britain for role with Balding team. 229
Newmarket Gallops: Railway Land turf open again. 133
Newmarket Gallops: Rhythm back in the swing as Cecil team limber up. 327
NTF offers help to stable staff. 105
Outbreak puts paid to Catterick today. 414
Paddy Power to start UK phone operation. 358
Peterborough: Peterborough last night. 294
pounds 3.6m offer for BBA is rejected. 596
Ranger 5-4 as Coral set early prices. 201
Restrictions `ridiculous' - Cumani. 194
Results round-up. 295
Savill denies attempt to exclude Hills from talks; BHB chief accuses bookmakers of trying to score political points. 793
Snooker: Ebdon able to make amends. 298
spreadwise: football: Oppose ordinary Austria. 288
spreadwise: football: So hard to bet on potential hidings. 348
spreadwise: golf: Back Cat to catch Angel napping. 358
spreadwise: rugby union: Wasps much too tough for weakened Falcons. 226
spreadwise: snooker: Lee sell looks too risky. 212
Stateside: `Bush' bids, baulks and is barred from breeze-ups. 124
Stateside: Kutz contemplates return to the saddle after cancer battle. 381
Stateside: Lukas faces prospect of first Derby in 20 years with no runner. 285
Stateside: Recognition for backstretch staff. 104
Stranger set to lead Pipe National team; Last year's favourite could be one of `four, five or more' runners. 623
Topspeed: Early speed is king on Dubai's dirt track, one of the fastest in the world. 1031
Tote Trifecta. 103
TV: Sport on TV. 106
View from the training centres: Epsom and The South. 154
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 83
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 181
Wimbledon: Jaguar leads National 1-2 for Thompson. 416
Wolverhampton: Aa-Youknownothing rewards patience. 196

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