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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (February 7, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
`Racing didn't take the opportunities that it was given'. 441
100 Racing Greats: Without his work, meaningful competition between the generations could not take place.; When something needed to be done, he did it. 625
All Our Yesterdays:. 114
Amberleigh House returns over hurdles. 100
Arena considering BHB response over Savill row. 127
Arkle hero Nakir dies aged 15. 222
Beef Or Salmon . . . whatever, this is one serious horse. 606
BHB refuses to budge over on-course tax. 252
Chip off the old block given new lease of life by a move north. 605
Clonmel: Cat and Megsie excel at favoured track. 174
Cricket World Cup: 14-1 homer Gibbs a gift to top-score. 464
Cricket World Cup: Battling Bangladesh can prove big fish in the minnows' pond. 174
Cricket World Cup: Beware of a tournament carve-up. 332
Cricket World Cup: Bottling it in Brum. 422
Cricket World Cup: Don't duck out of Drakes buy. 353
Cricket World Cup: Expert view - Ace Knight fine value. 393
Cricket World Cup: Expert view - Batsmen fear McGrath. 383
Cricket World Cup: Fast starts look likely. 131
Cricket World Cup: Firms act to avoid betting confusion. 373
Cricket World Cup: Gayle force could blow rivals away. 291
Cricket World Cup: Gayle force could blow rivals away. 284
Cricket World Cup: Hayden and Herschelle a deadly duo. 477
Cricket World Cup: Hosts can get off to a flyer but Sri Lanka could struggle; Group B Anaylysis. 4638
Cricket World Cup: Political farce threatens Cup but Kiwis can oust Australia. 1027
Cricket World Cup: Pyjama party is for Sky viewers only; World Cup on TV. 422
Cricket World Cup: South Africans will push Australia hard for glory. 731
Cricket World Cup: Spinners set to struggle on flat wickets. 328
Cricket World Cup: Spread firms are rarely so wide of the mark. 610
Cricket World Cup: Super seamer Srinath is hugely underrated. 344
Cricket World Cup: Take on the Australians in bowlers' heat. 456
Cricket World Cup: Trescothick set to revive glory days. 445
Cricket: Group A analysisPakistanto pip dodgy Aussies. 4331
English land International at Clonmel. 482
Fallon out of rehab and back in action tomorrow. 409
Five For Fun:. 141
Football trends: The importance of scoring first depends on the team. 668
Football: 6-4 O'Neill heads the list to be Houllier's Anfield successor. 381
Football: Non-Premiership FA Cup winner only 8-1. 507
Football: United face month of reckoning. 258
Former jump jockey Powell is killed in Curragh car crash. 214
From the Sales Ring: Tattersalls under way for the year. 834
Geraghty to take ride on Chauvinist. 322
Group A verdict: Nasser's troops have the tools to make Super Sixes. 557
Group B verdict: Jayasuriya's men to be the big losers in tough section. 365
Hopes of early New Deal settlement fade. 453
HOW THE ODDS COMPILERS VIEW THE WORLD CUP. 1704
Interference rule change expected to make life `simpler'. 320
Irish View: Agassi looks to set the pace again in Gold Cup. 187
Irish View: Owens serves papers on IGB over payments. 150
Irish View: Plenty of stamina on show as Best strikes! 573
Irish View: Usher looks a real cracker. 160
JIM LOVAT. 87
Lakatoi steward is reinstated. 235
Letters: Ashforth ought to check his facts; Bill Adams, secretary of the Stable Lads' Association, takes issue with last Saturday's column. 480
Letters: Charity day was a great success; Moppy Peate says thank you. 80
Lunchtime Trifecta race: Bold Hunter seeking to make amends on famiiar territory. 478
Lunchtime turn-off; Damaging blow for racing as Channel 4 pulls the plug on televised Trifecta race. 504
Mark Johnston on Friday: I'm left baffled by the poor form of my string in Dubai. 704
Mark Johnston on Friday: Reasons for feeling optimistic about Zindabad. 220
McCririck urges Tote `loss-leader'. 209
Mongan in title reverse. 149
Mullins not happy with Florida's preparation; Trainer hoping stable's upturn in form can rub off on star. 446
Nad Al Sheba: No cheer for Dettori on first rides of year. 104
Open Check: Soviet to prove king of the two-benders. 575
Peter Thomas: Ginger, Pipe and weighty matters of national interest. 855
Pick of the day: Sport on TV. 231
Rugby Union: Shark attacks likely at Stoop. 85
Snooker: White fans may be disappointed. 356
Southwell: Lynch swiftly into his stride after Philly trip. 258
Southwell: Whip trouble after Collier shows guts. 115
Sporting Options to battle against higher levy charges. 364
Spreadwise: Football; Gunners captain must keep cool. 356
Spreadwise: Snooker: Williams capable of a convincing victory. 150
Ten To Follow: Ginger on the up with plenty of ammo. 259
Tennis: New-look USA far too strong. 374
The inside track on just why the plug was pulled on the Racing Channel. 1354
Trading Bureau: Golfagent can atone for some below-par runs. 502
Training Centres: Lambourn. 152
Training Centres: Newmarket. 102
Training Centres: The North. 137
Training Centres: West Country. 109
Wincanton: Brace earns Nicholls a ton in record time. 342
Wincanton: Kingscliff maintains unbeaten record. 91
Wincanton: Our Vic makes a mockery of rivals. 86

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