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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 21, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
Akshar reunites Fallon and Aga in winner's enclosure. 881
Alebe flashes home to secure `local' success. 530
All Our Yesterdays. 223
Avoid the draw masters. 128
Bookmakers edge in front. 240
Boucher can bounce back. 238
Bradley breaks new ground as The Tatling tackles first Group 1. 287
Breeding Lines: Cash delivers the Gymcrack spoils in first crop for Joannestown. 649
Briefing: Fahey's going fears over Lady Bear. 394
Brough next for Northern heroine Yard. 205
Carlisle: Tantric triumphs again on his favourite track. 443
Climate's looking hot for another exhibition display. 455
Cricket: Pollock absence could be crucial. 610
Cumani bids for number nine with Pongee. 428
Devious warms up for the Don. 139
Doper Ken Payne fails in bid to set up as trainer in Australia; Notorious nomad formerly based in Britain is refused licence. 717
Eddery notches Gimcrack No.4 in nailbiter. 700
Falbrav wins like a champion, but only just; James Willoughby on why Falbrav's two-length Juddmonte win was better than a five-length victory. 447
Five For Fun. 151
Football: Albania at centre of another betting coup. 416
Football: Classy striker Carlton goes to Charlton. 246
Golf: 7-4 Lickliter can lick lightweight rivals. 349
Golf: Put age before beauty in day one matches. 523
Golf: Unflappable Price is the best of British. 312
Harlan's retired due to injury. 215
History can repeat itself at Headingley. 226
Hold To Ransom back to her best for autumn targets. 315
How pro-am ringers spoiled the fun. 375
In Brief. 416
Injury rules Frenchman's Creek out for another term. 299
Islington's second is Stoute's eighth in 25 years. 639
Kempton: Texas Gold shines again after spell in doldrums. 553
King Ding big value to star in the Far East against Euro cream. 498
Lennox was the best since Holmes. 211
Letters: A great time was had by us all; Nick Jones, winner of the Blue Square Shergar Cup competition, says thanks. 163
Letters: A pleasure to be at The Curragh; Peter Nash found a trip to Ireland's premier Flat course compared favourably to the British experience. 215
Letters: BHB Is it all just down to the weather?; Roy Backrath advises some protection `downstairs' for Sir Clement Freud. 119
Letters: Nicholas Simon responds to points made by David Hood of William Hill. 626
Letters: Not too excited about the toffs; Tim Clark with an open letter to Freud. 223
Letters: Standards must be maintained. 187
Letters: Tackling some marketing issues; Chris John, BHB marketing director, responds to points made after his interview with Howard Wright. 417
Letters: TBA working on breeders' prizes; Louise Kemble, chief executive of the TBA, on developments over breeders' prizes. 262
Lingfield: Super Song waltzes to easy victory. 447
Midway's magic. 258
Motor Racing: No Hungary relegation for Ralf. 130
Nottingham: It's all fields of Darley as he bags 1,120-1 treble. 634
Nunthorpe briefing: Goldie refuses to run scared with Orientor. 257
Oasis Dream a very warm order. 538
Open Check: Toms for starring role in Belle. 444
Owners cry foul over cut to orize-monet as Levy Board wields its axe. 678
Please, Mr Yoshida, don't deprive us of more Falbrav. 783
Police move to halt pickpocketing spree. 197
Pricewise: Commander looks in good order at 11-2. 630
Sligo: Heffernan and Hogan keep up the good work. 363
Sport on TV: Pick of the day. 157
Spreadwise: Big-hitting Giles can lead way on uneven wicket. 307
Spreadwise: Henry to hit the heights in Nevada. 292
Stevens: I felt I was dying. 180
Ten Year Trends: Oasis can continue the Dream run for favourites. 553
Tennis: Sargsian the only punting option against Srichaphan. 235
The THursday Column: Pragmatic Bernhard will have the balls to say no to Monty. 424
Ticket campaign in fight to save Tralee. 595
Today's Verdict: A two-month absence for silca's Gift should not be a problem, as Mick Channon rested Bint Allayl and Queen's Logic before their Lowther wins. 656
Trading Bureau: In-form Pentecost looks great value at generous 11-1. 719
Training Centres: Formlines point to another victory for raw Swift Sailing. 666
Watering maintains `good to firm' going. 125
Weekend Update: Arakan set for compensation bid at Goodwood. 374
Weld creates a furore over Melbourne Cup comment; Aussie racing officials respond angrily to attack on Flemington going. 436
What happens when Stoute gets it right? 864
World of Breeding: Senior citizen Mubtaker yet another star performer for underrated sire. 1550
York: Step up in class provides acid test for Carry On Katie. 460
Yorkshire track favours the ball. 117

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