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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 16, 2003)

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`Forgotten' Santovita set for sprint return. 317
10 Year Trends: Masaka winner Nasij can carry a penalty to victory. 245
Alcazar reinstated; . . . now it's the punters who feel they've been hit over the head. 649
All our yesterdays. 133
Ambitious Mountain is concentrating on the future. 241
Barton defends decision at Ascot. 248
BHB: `We must ensure that racing continues in a way to benefit all'. 349
Bookies' case goes on as amendment is withdrawn; Major layers to lobby Treasury over betting exchange tax. 391
Bridget Nicholls to begin career as trainer from Hodges yard. 394
Clemenson team heads for Wimbledon. 123
Club will address media relations. 218
Faulkner banned eight weeks on disrepute charge. 425
Five for fun. 176
Football trends: Saints must stop Arsenal playing if they are to lift Cup. 597
Football: Arsenal heavily backed despite injuries. 460
Football: Becks backed for Real move. 366
Football: Buyers within spitting distance of a big profit. 262
Football: O'Leary emerging as favourite to replace Taylor in Villa hotseat. 333
Football: QPR ace delighted to make final furlong. 134
Football: Rosenborg win 15-0 to delight Betfair backers. 220
Fornula 1: Barrichello the value to beat Schuey to pole. 431
France: All smiles as luck changes for Thulliez. 230
Funny Cide favourite for ten-runner Preakness. 273
Godolphin bounce back; Dubai operation begins to gain impetus with York double. 599
Godolphin eye stayers' crown after Mamool's late charge. 521
Golf: Coltart ready to outscore golden oldies. 394
Gowran Park: Geraghty the star turn after Rockstown victory. 225
Hi Dubai will run again before bidding for Oaks. 364
In brief. 98
In brief. 129
Letters: Our position `unchanged'. 400
Ludlow: Forristal relieved to land first winner of the year. 326
Mark Johnston: Good luck to Stanley in rebuilding his life. 192
Mark Johnston: No defence for Newcastle prize-money. 233
Mark Johnston: Reducing the number of Classic trials is not the answer. 787
Mark Wallace: `I loved working for Mick, but it was a case of now or never' Introducing . . . trainer Mark Wallace. 543
Motor racing: The Field are set to struggle. 219
Newbury: Avonbridge out to turn tables with Ambition. 655
Newbury: Hamilton's first Listed race draws a field of seven. 279
Newbury: Vibes strong as Waldmark bids to shake up Oaks market. 427
Olympics: Bookies at odds over London bid. 160
Perth: Dobbin has a double but injures wrist in fall. 568
Peter Thomas: Don't swim against the tide - go with the Fallon flow. 841
Rugby League: Rooney a solid bet at 14-1 to score first. 307
Rugby League: Wakefield starlet is in the spotlight. 159
Rugby Union: Blues can overpower depleted Brumbies. 293
Rugby Union: No value in backing super Blues. 114
Salisbury: Gosden's impressive Nyramba speeds her way into the Queen Mary picture. 577
Sport on TV: Pick of the Day. 228
Stable Tour - Michael Jarvis: Rakti's Italian win puts yard back on track. Interview 2505
Stateside: Gary Stevens is now one of the beautiful people. 262
Stateside: MC follows the Baze tradition - riding winners. 188
Stateside: Trying to see the Funny Cide of a sad non-story. 352
Tennis: 7-4 Ferreira overpriced to make semis. 227
Trading Bureau: Parisien primed to be the star turn. 717
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 148
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 163
View from the training centres: The North. 167
William Hill Derby: Injured Hare is ruled out; Robby goes well in sprint trial, as kennelmate Connoisseur is sold. 525
Wincanton: Deadly duo in fine form with another two wins. 238
York's annual curtain-raiser brought to a rousing finale by Godolphin resurgence. 868
York: Birthday Suit gives sire Daylami his first winner. 537
Your view - what racegoers made of the new pounds 20m Ebor Stand at York. 351

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