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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (September 2, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
`She epitomised what jumping was about. 575
All Our Yesterdays. 221
Betting shops look set for year-round evening opening. 258
Boyce confirmed for job on Attheraces. 191
Campbell's successor has `no known interest' in racing. 141
Club 16-24. 100
Cricket: Bye to Stew but don't do the same with your cash. 343
Cricket: Glamorgan should take the beating. 215
Cricket: Good crikeet. 87
Cricket: Pamper and pander to England's tired heroes. 721
Cricket: Spreadwise: Siding with the Dragons looks sensible. 90
Cricket: That's roobish. 86
Cricket: the men on the box. 195
Darley calls for compromise. 461
Death at 88 of Anne, Duchess of Westminster, owner of the mighty Arkle. 1629
Delusions of grandeur have no place on our racetracks. 825
Doncaster St Leger Sales: Doyle and his elementary art of buying; Janet Hickman talks to leading agent Peter Doyle, who has consistently sourced success from the auction ring at Doncaster, ahead of next week's sale. 1376
Doncaster St Leger Sales: Early barometer should provide postive indicators to state of market; Bessie Gregory pinpoints some expected highlights in a catalogue full of interest. 2408
Doncaster St Leger Sales: Yearling race 'carrot' now best in show; Rachel Pagones looks at the St Leger Yearling Stakes - the pounds 200,000 sales incentive first run in 1998, that is now a black-type race in all but name. 764
Favourite Powerscourt set to miss St Leger. 547
Five for fun. 173
Folkestone: At a glance. 87
Folkestone: Hughes ride on Saif lands double and two-day suspension. 438
Football: Beckham unlikely to have the last laugh. 450
Football: Doonhamers can sink sorry Stenny at 6-5. 302
Football: Layers disagree over champs. 156
Football: Makelele okay for group stage. 282
France: Peslier stars as Anani lands Listed success. 171
Golf: Aussie starts well in final round. 99
Golf: Punish Chandler for outrageous Rose Cup quote. 461
Golf: Rising Star - Marcel Siem. 239
Golf: You're ace - Lee Westwood. 108
Golf: You're not - Gary Evans. 104
Greyhounds: China, Ranger can star on Sky; Two feature races for the price of one at Swindon. 626
Greyhounds: Droopys Shearer lame and out for rest of the year. 436
Greyhounds: Former champs back for Gold Collar. 241
Greyhounds: Pricewise: Smash into China for some Swindon joy; 7-2 Rock looks a solid bet in Anniversary 460 decider. 594
Hamilton: Bali Royal shows battling spirit to hold off Dominica. 786
High Chaparral bid hinges on ground remaining `safe'. 224
Hong Kong: Williams enjoys fine start on Cheerful. 127
Hugs Dancer back in line for tilt at Melbourne Cup after all-clear. 518
Injured Fortune to wait on scan results. 81
Investigation into report that jockeys held meeting with Dermot Browne. 332
Jockeys protest over mobiles. 120
Jockeys take to streets over mobiles. 714
Lambourn: Mustang Ali; View from the training centres. 173
Leicester: At a glance. 108
Leicester: Crimson Dancer proves she's not just an all-weather performer. 373
Letters: A good job racing has all this unity to protect it; Bookmaker Tony Lusardi plays the irony card. 178
Letters: Annoyed by the owners' boycott; Joe Newton-Taylor says there is no problem with supply and demand in racing. 247
Letters: Dirty linen being washed in public; New owner William Frewen adopts a similar position. 314
Letters: Levy Board letter had errors of fact; Alan Delmonte, BHB communications manager, disputes claims by Rob Hughes. 278
Letters: Running for your own money; Glyn Linder is strongly in favour of a boycott of races with inadequate prize-money. 194
Letters: Why so scared of the prospect of competition?; Malcolm Howard condemns what he sees as an overreaction to the prospect of the OFT report. 434
Letters: Wrong form of management; Chris Munro says racing needs a single body that can consider issues away from the public gaze. 200
Maktoums to support boycott of low-value contests. 384
Murtagh wins appeal and is all set to return at Limerick. 444
Newmarket: Well-bred Queen Of Scots ready to rule at Yarmouth; View from the training centres. 163
Oasis Dream facing plenty of Cup opposition. 370
Pay heed to the lessons of Galileo before rushing to back Alamshar; James Willoughby argues that King George success can leave a long-lasting mark on a three-year-old. 434
Rugby: Woodward axes eight from plans. 131
Speed rating guru Hussey dies at 75. 292
Sport on TV: Pick of the day. 211
Tennis: Schuttler great value to claim his revenge. 548
Tennis: Spreadwise: Rainer looks a top buy on his beloved hard courts. 270
The North: Czar Wars. 114
Trading Bureau: A Woman In Love is attractive if on her best behaviour. 573
Trading Bureau: Naughty Girl looks in trouble. 100
TTF results. 167
USA: Aldebaran breaks Frankel's drought. 196
World of Breeding: Candy's sire riding high after Pacific Classic result provides big breakthrough. 1061
World of breeding: Pedigre Assessment. 352

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