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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (November 25, 2003)

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`Betting shop punters have never been in better hands'. 310
`I'm in the shop where I started and that's where I want to stay. I love being in that shop' Howard Wright sees persistence pay off for one of last year's beaten finalists in `the tightest contest ever'. 511
All our yesterdays. 227
Back In Front and Sacundai in line for return clash. 575
Baracouda could take in Newbury test on Saturday. 301
Bet of the Year: No contest - it had to be Monty's! 301
BHB hits back at Betfair's claims over levy shortfall. 220
Bloodstock Desk: Ferguson dominates again at final British yearling auction; Edward Prosser reports from another record-breaking sale, where turnover, average and median were all up. 773
Bowen groom,16, killed in moped accident. 182
Champion duo set for rematch in Fighting Fifth Intersky Falcon heads line-up for Fighting Fifth. 443
Falbrav gearing up for Hong Kong Cup farewell. 231
Five for fun. 167
Football: Greeks set to struggle again. 137
Football: Gunners for revenge. 567
Football: Hoops have measure of stuttering Germans. 342
Football: Hughton drifts as interest cools. 370
Football: Irons too hot for dismal Dons. 230
Football: Kiev should halt Lokomotiv. 141
Football: Lyon can break the Belgians. 153
Football: Monaco too hot to miss. 163
Football: No value for Depor victory. 162
Football: Real fail to impress in narrow home win. 288
Football: Seagulls can be shot down. 110
Football: Spreadwise: Big chance for Bhoys to break through. 207
Football: Spreadwise: Lyon look set to roar into last 16. 300
Football: View from Italy: Solid PSV massive value in Monaco. 420
Football: Wenger looking to do another Italian job. 295
Ford gelding in identity probe. 198
Getting on is so easy - any time, any place, anywhere. 817
Golf: Els 11-4 to keep Nedbank title. 162
Good-to-soft going is forecast for start of Hennessy meeting. 179
Greyhounds: Big two pups clash in National second round. 209
Greyhounds: Open Check: Breeze ready to blow Oaks opposition away. 681
Greyhounds: Rye forced to close until Christmas. 154
High drama as Prince returns to Ludlow. 133
In her own words: `If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well'. 221
Letters: Dr Pritchard: we need to hear an explanation. 377
Letters: Exchanges serve for our protection; Stephen Wundke is amazed by calls for a further inquiry. 367
Letters: Jack provides a fine pick-me-up; S Swatton with a heart-warming tale of everyday racing folk. 169
Letters: Phar Lap leaves US star in his wake; Mike Laughton was underwhelmed by the cinematic offering. 170
Letters: Seabiscuit's Hollywood spin left me reeling; Steve Miller says the film completely reworked actual events. 597
Letters: Taj Dewan still won the Eclipse; Tom Leak on a couple of big races from the past. 291
Levy and Tote not likely to feature in Queen's Speech. 296
Ludlow: At a glance. 93
Ludlow: McCoy has to sit tight as Rodalko makes amends. 429
NFL: End Zone: Games getting closer as the weeks roll on. 441
Our mystery shopper's report: Come on Jackie, only a four for the toilets? 160
Outstanding achievement prize for Weld. 204
Politics: Polls hide fact that Tories have little chance of stopping Blairtaking third term; Peter Kellner runs the rule over the latest Election markets and suggests new leader Michael Howard is fighting a losing battle. 605
Politics: Spreadwise: Rest easy with Labour seats buy. 228
Rolling Stone steps in as Queen misses Hennessy gig. 263
Seabiscuit, the movie, declared a success for racing. 353
Shaun Keightley. 84
Short story. 82
Snooker: Big guns to confirm rank. 181
Snooker: Spreadwise: Hendry no certainty against Carter. 132
Southwell: At a glance. 82
Southwell: Macaroni Gold win sets up bid for eight-day hat-trick. 475
Sport on TV: pick of the day. 100
Stable tour: Charlie Mann - Hoping to let horses make the headlines. 2744
Thornton hoping weather resolves Hennessy poser. 552
Trading Bureau: Lightly raced Mr Pertemps can maintain track record on return. 554
Trading Bureau: Tyne worth taking on. 126
View from the training centres: Lambourn: Ambition Royal can get off to winning start for Henderson. 170
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 113
View from the training centres: The North. 171
View from the training centres: West Country. 111
Warwick Briefing: Macaire confident as four-year-old chase tempts continentals into British raid. 346
Warwick briefing: Tinkler will settle for `good run' on British comeback. 290
World of Breeding: Highflyer still the only sire to rival Sadler's record. 1322

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