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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (March 7, 2004)

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A Life At The Sharp End: `Last year he kicked out again, suddenly. I went cold with the memory' Colin Cameron talks to Anne Blanchard about life with Tim Easterby's Artie. 1317
Alex Deacon Better Betting: `Fundamentals have to be understood for punters to have any chance' An average kind of guy. 784
Ask The Anorak: Arkle's 1964 Gold Cup was the greatest ever jumps race. 309
BALLINGER RIDGE /Lingfield/Martin Dwyer: Ballinger back at Lingfield, Dwyer back in the saddle. 317
Business Matters: DCMS review may impact on betting `tax' Racing And The Tax Man. 258
Business Matters: Female grooms outnumber men - and it's set to stay that way. 339
Business Matters: Guinness on offer in Newcastle prize draw. 164
Business Matters: IG Index to recruit through universities. 114
Business Matters: in-tray. 91
Business Matters: in-tray. 107
Business Matters: SIS push ahead and venture into FOBTs market. 280
Business Matters: Sky Vegas Live goes virtual. 173
Champion Unraced Stake at Harold Cross: Knockard just champion in unraced semis. 276
Cheltenham 2004 - 9 days to go: Golden moment for Ramsden as plan came to fruition; When the money was down Motivator 1986. 217
Cheltenham 2004 - 9 days to go: Hungry half-dozen bidding for first taste of glory; Pick 6 Virgin jockeys. 519
Cheltenham 2004 - 9 days to go: The name game; Emotional Moment. 160
Cheltenham 2004 - At home with the champions: `He's stronger - he's definitely improved over the past year' Rodney Masters meets the team behind Best Mate. 868
Cheltenham 2004: - on the Festival gallops: `He has shown us the ability is still there, but my fear is the possible lack of pace' Ben Newton with a quietly confident Philip Hobbs on Friday morning. 1161
Cheltenham 2005 - Too much of a good thing?: Too much of a good thing?; What do the professionals make of the change? 1598
Cheltenham going: Cheltenham going eases. 81
Cricket - Sri Lanka v Australia: Murali can put Warne in shade. 391
Doncaster: Grey Abbey ends long losing spell over fences. 631
Down The Years: Down The Years. 81
Dubai: Moon runs good World Cup trial. 357
Five For Fun: Five For Fun. 485
Football: Cup win gives United a boost for Porto visit. 311
Football: Get on the draw with graft set to overcome craft. 442
Football: Hearts too hot for Kilmarnock. 141
Football: Little men big value to force a replay. 407
Football: No hope for Gers at Celtic fortress. 353
Football: Roma ripe to hit Inter. 238
France: Summer too hot for Bright Sky. 180
Golf - Dubai Desert Classic: McGinley struggling to see the positive side. 266
Huntingdon: Haditovski knocks Betfair punter for six is 999-1 winner on Betfair. 381
Interview: From Falkirk to Wimbledon, Derek's hopes are fulfilled; Phil Donaldson finds out how Derek Hope, a qualified maths teacher with a degree from St Andrews University, ended up sharing the Plough Lane hot-seat. 1706
JOCKEY CLUB - new 'riding out' rule: Timetable for `riding out' rule premature, says jockeys' chief. 293
Kelso: Paddy The Piper has his D-Day as Festival ruled out. 566
Letters: Attheraces ensures we return for more. 328
Letters: Genius of Fallon very nearly stole the race; K A Richardson is quite prepared to put his money where his mouth is. 87
Letters: Good judgement arousing suspicion; Peter Duffy questions just how `suspicious' these betting patterns really are. 226
Letters: Moose spark just starting to return; Matthew Imi thanks all the well-wishers following the death of Another Moose. 229
Letters: Trainers must side with the owners; Robert Wise points out that it is important to recognise just who pays the bills. 298
Market Rasen briefing: Bold bid expected as Venn Ottery is turned out again. 370
Naas briefing: Monty's Pass tunes up in novices' hurdle. 298
Navan: Colnel Rayburn springs big surprise in feature race. 525
Newbury - Vodafone Gold Cup: Henderson juggernaut rolls on as Isio adds another prize; Bruce Jackson sees a yard that has scooped a string of Saturday features increase its big-race haul. 624
Newbury: National dream flickers to life as Midland Flame toughs it out. 581
Players' respect for Love is not matched by an ignorant public; A week on from Davis Love's Accenture outburst Jeremy Chapman finds American crowds short on sympathy. 1152
Preview night at Clonmel. 83
Pricewise: Leger hero Star can shine brightest in Trophy at 9-4. 341
Rhinestone could take in two races. 327
Rugby League: Join big punt on mighty Rhinos. 280
Rugby U - Six Nations reaction: Irish stun England's Slam backers; Sorry Scots falter in Italy. 606
Rugby U - Wales v France: Strength of pack to swing it for France. 309
Spreadwise: Cricket: Rusty Warne should be opposed. 176
Spreadwise: Football: Superior Celtic to confirm SPL form. 359
Spreadwise: Rugby U: England sellers are singing in the rain. 304
Tanya Stevenson On Sunday: Boherbradda the eyecatcher. 162
Tanya Stevenson On Sunday: Memories are made of this - but the future belongs to Sparkler. 572
Tanya Stevenson On Sunday: Slow-starting Chad needs to turn up the heat in Florida. 452
Tennis - Dubai: Federer so dominant. 150
The Things They Said: The Things They Said. 263
Tote Scoop6: Punter's pair of bonus chances. 81
Trading Bureau: General can come good for resurgent Phillips. 590
View from the training centres: Good Outlook set to build on last week's win. 326
Walsh says slow gallop will benefit Rigmarole. 381
Watching The Horses: Turn off the sound, block out the leader - that's how to read races. 995

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