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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (January 31, 2003)

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'History will look kindly on the Racing Channel. It revolutionised televised coverage of racing and made the sport more accessible'. 972
`AP' Goldstein eyeing first hurdles ride. 168
`Totting-up' rule earns Kelly 14-day ban. 242
`Try us' Thomas warns layers as deadline looms. 336
100 Racing Greats: Sheikh Mohammed - Purists have enjoyed the class. 701
All Our Yesterday's. 87
Azertyuiop given more options for Arkle prep. 381
Channahrlie out to stop the rot. 439
Charity day at Lingfield. 120
Courses hopeful weekend cards will beat the weather. 390
Cricket: Early punters hit by refusal to switch matches. 433
Ex-trainer David Nugent is dead. 106
Five for fun. 209
Florida may go straight to Festival. 276
Football: Bluebirds sell appears wise. 144
Football: Hammers odds-against for relegation. 244
Football: Latics value to pile the pressure on Bluebirds; Oldham a terrific bet at 11-4. 463
Football: Layers can't see beyond the big two. 442
Football: Tel's job on line as Leeds exodus continues. 470
From The Sales Ring: Alchemist tops ring for White at 26,000gns. 546
Golf: Woods not back for at least two weeks. 311
Ierish View: Cadet set to follow his father. 180
Interview: Paul Nicholls - Action man driven by an obsession to stay ahead of his rivals. 2187
Introducing . . . jockey Neil Chalmers: Sky's the limit for lad with his feet firmly on the ground Keeping. 598
Irish view: Diary dates. 183
Irish View: Easter bonanza is in store. 232
Irish View: Folly among Festival entries. 316
Irish View: Rebel faces first test. 231
Irish View: Warm-up for Festival action at Limerick. 140
Ladbrokes made to bar internet bets from Holland. 464
Lingfield: Balding sad to see Easter Ogil claimed. 287
Lingfield: Rare Lingfield runner obliges for Easterby. 80
Loder trio aiming to defy long absences. 196
Mark Johnston: Bouquet of the week. 264
Mark Johnston: Coloured cap initiative is too little, too late to save lunchtime race. 646
Mark Johnston: More televisions, more races, more angles, no football. 336
Mellor in hospital following concerns over heart. 369
Mongan due back today. 156
Newton calls time on riding career. 108
Open Check: Hang set to cut loose at Brough. 641
Peter Thomas: Should Saintsaire row really land Channel 4 in court? 864
Round one to the big-hitters; Jackpot pool `vindicates' unit stake rise. 476
So sad to leave many good friends and a loyal fan base. 335
Southwell: Arctic Spirit a cool and apt winner. 82
Southwell: Campaign going places after win. 100
Southwell: Fern books her place in EBF final. 166
Southwell: Pearl proves a bargain for owners. 87
Southwell: Top weight no problem for Ei Ei. 100
Sport on TV: Pick of the day. 214
Stateside: Evergreen Pincay is 9,500 not out. 98
Stateside: Nuclear scan is quick to pinpoint injury troubling leading 2002 juvenile Toccet. 614
Stateside: Sensible votes give wonder filly Azeri deserved Horse of the Year honours. 501
Stateside: Sunshine girls fail to impress some. 88
Ten to follow: A weekend of pain and pleasure: so what's changed?; Ron Hickman is half of the two-man syndicate The Raffles Boys. Each Friday he examines how the competition is shaping up for him and his rivals. 279
Tennis: Ivan's tough test. 120
Thurles: Kim Fontaine gives Mullins a boost. 133
Thurles: Odds-on Be My Belle loses chance at start in follow-up bid. 222
Thurles: The Wipper cruises home for Murphy. 100
Thurles: Upmanship on Festival trail after easy win. 286
Trading Bureau: Maraud set for return to peak form. 712
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 108
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 90
View from the training centres: The North. 187

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