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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (April 2, 2002)

1-89 out of 89 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
5 for fun. 150
A selfish lament for the passing of our greatest fan. 787
Agony for Balding as Lane's National bid hangs in balance; Gelding needs six horses to come out. 778
All Our Yesterdays. 229
Australia: Victory Vein hits the heights. 170
Betting Bureau: King's Crest has golden prospects; Fairtoto looks worth another chance. 502
Black armbands and flags at half-mast as racing remembers its ambassador. 345
Brave awarded Carolina Cup. 167
Carlisle: Marston collects winner and a ban. 85
Carlisle: Racegoers in dark over non-runner. 130
Chepstow: Johnson stars with four-timer. 288
Cork: Smullen gets ball rolling with double. 95
Cotton House faces battle with Danger. 157
Cricket: Ponting and Gilly can hurt Proteas. 476
Duffield has no plans to challenge McCoy. 279
F1: Schumacher 1-2 after Brazil success. 205
F1: spreadwise: Schumacher points take a hike. 212
Fairyhouse: Bunny Boiler is National hero for Meade; Claimer Geraghty triumphs in Fairyhouse showpiece on first ride for trainer. 518
Fairyhouse: Cotter hospitalised with elbow injury. 89
Fairyhouse: Memories kicks off Meade four-timer. 205
Fakenham: Colours of trainer's wife proving lucky. 93
Fakenham: Memorable double for claimer Cowley. 120
Football: 4-9 Arsenal close in on league glory. 249
Football: Aston Villa v Newcastle. 137
Football: Bayern set to take vital lead. 375
Football: Betting over as Citizens win again. 594
Football: Bewildered Bayern 14-1 for title joy. 412
Football: Do United have a hope against classy Depor? 322
Football: Fatigue not a factor for the top players. 181
Football: spreadwise: Barcelona index buy looks cheap. 400
Football: Super Mauro can help great Galicians forge first-leg lead. 392
Football: Suspect United back four may fail Riazor challenge. 623
For the Record: The ten greatest performances in the Grand National. 1445
Gallops: Stoute in no rush with Guineas hope Happiness. 497
Godolphin trials put spotlight on Classic hopefuls; Meshaheer, Naheef and Waldenburg in test of pecking order. 438
Golf: On-song Singh sets sights on Augusta. 381
Golf: Who's Hot. 137
Golf: Who's Not. 123
Grand National: Will Blowing Wind stay?; Pipe star was remounted to finish third last year, but the big National question remains. 1472
Ground for National still on the fast side. 145
Hawkeye, Grandera for Hong Kong Cup. 313
Hereford: Path gets anoraks off the mark. 91
Hereford: Welcome win for Twiston-Davies. 103
Hors La Loi to meet Festival rivals again in Aintree Hurdle. 309
Injured Wakley poised for return. 112
Ivory Bay bids to supplement last week's gains at Southwell. 326
Jockeys on the Sidelines. 146
Johannesburg Lingfield run hinges on the weather; Unbeaten colt is also entered in Group 3 contest at The Curragh. 378
Kempton: Corby so commanding aboard Imperial Dancer. 109
Kempton: Fallon leaves it late on last year's hero. 106
Kempton: Frenchmans finally on score sheet. 102
Ladbrokes and Dones to close all day for Queen Mother's funeral; Other firms expected to make a decision whether to shut up shop in the next day or two. 492
Lambourn: Lambourn. 122
Market Rasen: Byrne beginning to make an impression. 201
Market Rasen: Wait worthwhile for patient Harper. 94
Murphy hoping for rain to help Truckers Tavern. 648
Newcastle: Bianca proves to be a bargain buy. 92
Newcastle: Pears earns praise for Smellie victory. 99
Newmarket: Newmarket. 86
Nottingham: Fairway shoots in for absent Easterby. 139
Nottingham: Jalb switch works a treat for Murphy. 129
One winner and a ban as champion inches closer. 288
Open Check: Spray a Scottish Derby special. 564
PICK OF THE DAY. 164
Plumpton: Williams lands 39-1 double. 122
Praise pours in for a kind and well-loved lady. 390
Pricewise: 50-1 Autumn a Gorgeous wager. 310
Pricewise: Catch some value with 25-1 Fatboy. 169
Rebel the one to watch in Produce heats at Thurles. 207
Rugby League: Castleford can find chinks in Leeds' armour. 427
Spreadwise: cricket: Sells of all-rounders Kallis and Gilchrist best swerved. 260
Tasty win for Sandwich entry. 184
The North: The North. 181
The Queen Mother: `She loved jumping and knew how to lose as well as win' Bill Smith (above), who rode 65 winners for the Queen Mother, tells Graham Green about her passion and compassion. 590
The Queen Mother: Mooney will always cherish his Special day that brought an epic victory. 537
The Queen Mother: Unforgettable day when royal Cargo delivered in Whitbread. 684
Tinkler set to appeal after fine and ban. 274
Top Savings goes to Lister. 430
Towcester: Red-letter day for amateur Diment. 352
Uttoxeter: The Eens helps Hitchcott to treble. 198
Warwick: Pertemps helps Smith strike rate. 189
Warwick: Sanders has a little luck on his side. 108
Warwick: Shopping trip pays off for Chamings. 98
Weights set to rise with Florida likely to run in Martell Cup. 391
Wetherby: Grey Abbey bang on course for Ayr. 151
Wetherby: Just Hoping gives assured display. 80
Wetherby: Phone call plan comes to fruition. 110
Wincanton: Kozak rescues favourite backers. 107
Wincanton: Tobago a British first for McNally. 80

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