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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 8, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
All Our Yesterdays. 137
Athletics: Chambers not fancied for sprint. 135
Australian star Dye all set for Ascot challenge. 293
BHB: increase in meetings is not an `explosion'. 390
Bloodstock Desk: maiden winner of the day. 131
Bloodstock Desk: Red Ransom to stand at Dalham in 2004. 529
Bloodstock Desk: Satish Sanan secures half-brother to Goldolphin's E Dubai for $2.7m. 469
Breeders Festival looms. 174
Brighton: the day at a glance. 119
Brighton: Veteran Delegate shows plenty of dash for Callaghan. 476
Chepstow: Encore stirs memories for Candy. 438
Chepstow: the day at a glance. 113
Cricket: Last-gasp Gloucester make final. 203
Exclusive race for greys in line to attract double-figure turnout. 243
Fallon winner incorrectly listed as non-runner in last-minute SIS error. 218
Fallon: six-timer could not have been achieved without Stoute. 242
Football: Baggies punted to boing their way back to the top. 245
Football: Cantor alter mini scoring. 99
Football: No Vieri yet but Blues cut again. 380
Fourth day a possibility for National meeting. 408
Fraud squad issues another alert over new betting scam. 406
French Connection: Deauville delight over all-weather track. 153
French Connection: Lerner predicts big things from Arc contender Look Honey. 333
French Connection: Prix Morny move leaves sales buyers facing Group 1 blank. 180
Gallagher eyeing future career as trainer. 363
Golf: Ice-cool Foster is bubbling up nicely. 437
Golf: In-form Spence holds the edge over Spaniard. 164
Haydock: Fallon's fire pays off as Seeking strikes. 483
Haydock: the day at a glance. 106
Home team 1-3 for Cup after draw surprises; Britain and Ireland go into battle with all six favourites. 549
Hong Kong set to offer betting on Premiership. 263
In Brief. 404
Interview: STEVE CAUTHEN - `Fallon's got his own style, is very strong and has a tactical brain; - he rides the hair off them!'. 1311
Kempton: Ocean Avenue makes all to give Horgan a lift. 280
Letters: ROA and fight for prize-money. 433
Letters: Sweetman's information was `perfectly accurate'. 170
Murtagh to miss Million as he opts to accept ban. 385
No limit to the talents of our star breeding reporter. 213
O'Brien confirms One Cool Cat for Phoenix. 258
Open Check: Tonight looking a breeze for Hill. 571
Peter Thomas: Try everything once - and that goes for cloning too. 832
Pocket still on mend after Derby injury. 245
Request for information will delay morphine cases for `several months'. 434
Rugby League: Hotshots can lead way to big money. 243
Rugby League: Raiders still in with title shout. 171
Rugby League: Rhinos can cash in on Bulls' woes; Bulls lack playmaker for crucial encounter. 476
Rugby Union: Firms aware of All Blacks' rout potential. 161
Rugby Union: No holding back awesome Kiwis. 266
Shearer in five for Classic. 128
Sligo: Dr Knock provides a real tonic for McElhone. 300
Sligo: The Joker's late charge makes it a family affair. 303
Sport on TV: Pick of the day. 210
Tattersalls Houghton catalogue available online. 234
Ten to follow: Russian win thrusts us up the table. 172
Time off allows riders to hone their circus skills for charity. 254
Trading Bureau: Hoh Viss has ideal conditions to strike. 575
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 102
View from the training centres: Newmarket - Seel shaping up to maintain Charlton's fine sprint record. 137
View from the training centres: The North. 217
View from the training centres: West Country. 81
Weatherbys dismiss cloning coverage as `sensationalism'. 424
Yarmouth: Dignity shines as Fallon notches six wins in a day. 319

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