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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (March 14, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A shame about Istabraq but certainly not a tragedy. 732
All our yesterdays. 117
Betting Bureau: Davids Lad has strong claims. 757
Breeding Lines: Chill still red-hot in the Arc. 701
Breeding Lines: Crufts champion, and his coursing links. 382
Cathcart challenge chase briefing: Redemption `nicely treated' but worries over the ground. 341
Champion Chase: Flagship emerges from the furnace a true champion and a timely victor; Brough Scott on a Queen Mother Champion Chase winner who rose to the occasion in awesome style. 784
Cricket: Take a chance on 15-2 South Africa. 359
Football: Gunners 2-5 to go through. 310
Football: Hapoel value to turn over Milan. 606
Football: Keegan determined 1-10 City will land title. 302
Football: Preston boss Moyes set for Everton job talks. 169
Football: Vieri set to sit out first leg. 197
Golf: Consistent Charlie likely to impress once more. 508
Golf: Married life will not stop Texan's progress. 610
Huntingdon: Doyle brings off his first three-timer. 273
Huntingdon: Hamadeenah does the business for Wakley. 125
Huntingdon: Harry Hotspur sees the light thanks to a visor. 136
Huntingdon: Stopwatch proves too fresh after his victory. 125
Irish View: Classy Bannow can see off Stayers' rivals. 311
Istabraq's exit due to tendon injury. 469
JCB Triumph Hurdle (2.00) briefing: Fitzgerald hoping Joshua can justify his tough decision; Race specialist Henderson runs three, while McCoy picks Londoner from Pipe sextet. 685
JCB Triumph Hurdle (2.00) briefing: Webber's Burning Impulse 'in excellent form' Race specialist Henderson runs three, while McCoy picks Londoner from Pipe sextet. 406
Mark your card: Bacchanal stamina to clinch it. 319
Open Check: Corleone ready to play the lead role. 518
Pricewise: Stayer Shotgun massive at 40-1. 702
Rouble put down following horror fall. 195
Rugby League: Parramatta a grand bet for revenge. 352
Rugby Union: Hurricanes unlikely to whip up a storm. 322
Rugby Union: Sink your teeth into Sharks. 153
Sport on TV: pick of the day. 167
Spreadwise: Cricket: Impressive Hayden looks rock-solid buy. 326
Spreadwise: Football: PSV should be different class in battle of Dutch big guns. 306
Spreadwise: Golf: Favourite set to hammer Els. 457
Ten Year Trends: Royal Auclair can crack the Cathcart. 918
The Festival: 'Comeback Kid' primed to see off pretenders; Gold Cup specialist Chance says reigning title holder Looks Like Trouble is in no mood to give up his crown without a fight. 905
The Festival: Asador expected to run big race with more rain a major boost. 499
The Festival: Bonusprint Stayers hurdle: Baracouda faces his toughest test against Bannow. 570
The Festival: Cool McNamara coaxes Rith home. 293
The Festival: Cowboy verdict bad for Williams. 198
The Festival: Day three: Can Looks Like Trouble regain Gold Cup- winning form after injury?; THE PUNTERS' POSER. 210
The Festival: Fitzgerald hoping Joshua can justify his tough decision; Race specialist Henderson runs three, while McCoy picks Londoner from Pipe sextet. 578
The Festival: Florida all set in third bid for glory; 2000 runner-up in 'tremendous form' while conditions should suit Banquet. 469
The Festival: Henderson chasing the big prize that has eluded him. 323
The Festival: Inexperience may be weak link for Horus. 342
The Festival: Mate's chance to show he's best; Knight hopeful 'perfect horse' can take crown. 559
The Festival: McCoy's chance carried off by the Wind. 312
The Festival: Morris expects in-form Boss Doyle to finish in the money. 255
The Festival: Results from `heaven' for the layers. 245
The Festival: Richard Johnson - I honestly believe that Trouble can do it again. Interview 746
The Festival: Shooting Light is McCoy's choice. 268
The Festival: Webber's Burning Impulse `in excellent form'. 398
The Festival: Will racing's gods send us a heavenly Gold Cup winner? 747
The Festival: Williamson hopeful of Behrajan improving. 391
The Thursday Column: Smith should have walked instead of waiting for the inevitable sack. 380
Thompson: we are devastated. 167
Todays Verdict: Bacchanal to outstay Gold Cup opponents; Irish ace Bannow Bay can cause upset by flooring odds-on favourite Baracouda. 1440
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 281
View from the training centres: The North. 179
Vincent O'Brien Handicap hurdle briefing: Pipe going `all-out` for Polar bonus win. 460
Wimbledon next for Windgap. 313
Yesterday at the Festival: Galileo stars for Festival new boys. 538
Yesterday at the Festival: Garritty breaks Festival duck on Hussard. 463
Yesterday at the Festival: Ilnamar brings some relief to grieving trainer. 428
Yesterday at the Festival: It's more about losers - bar Sir Clement; David Ashforth with a warm glow of goodwill among the victors and the vanquished. 759
Yesterday at the Festival: Johnson power play proves the key to victory. 236
Yesterday at the Festival: Judgement vindicated over Hobbs; Winning owner. 161
Yesterday at the Festival: Latalomne would have won - Keane. 405
Yesterday at the Festival: One thing is for certain - Flagship Uberalles would not have won if Johnson had confined himself to a couple of taps and a polite 'could you go faster please?' Alastair Down on a desperate battle for glory. 950
Yesterday at the Festival: Pipe fined over Magnus effort; Ban for horse and rider leaves owner Johnson `incensed' at decision. 461
Yesterday at the Festival: RIDE OF THE DAY: JT McNamara; Old rogue persuaded by deft approach. 372
Yesterday at the Festival: Spencer clings on to dream victory after rough finish. 384
Yesterday at the Festival: The unforgettable Flagship; Graham Cunningham on an unforgettable Champion Chase. 624
Yesterday at the Festival: The Willoughby report - Jockeys caught out by gluepot conditions. 305
Yesterday at the Festival: Winning lass. 159

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