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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
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
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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