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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 14, 2004)

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`As a journalist one had to do homework. As a prize-winner nothing is demanded...' It's a first for Sir Clement Freud, as he embarks on a luxury trip to the Singapore Cup as a prize-winner. 888
`Big things' expected of Cucaracha. 699
`Gadzooks! Methinks we have a great chance in the 8.15 at Aintree tonight' Steve Charlton, pictured at his job at the Royal Armouries, Leeds, isn't a knight tonight but a jockey, aboard Bohemian Spirit at Aintree. 351
Big race trends: Race-fit Sevillano can complete his hat-trick in Carnarvon Stakes. 360
Bloodstock Desk: maiden winner of the day. 141
Bloodstock Desk: Medicean recovering following surgery. 131
Bloodstock Desk: Third-season stallion Desert Prince is lording it over rivals. 871
Cool Cat's Irish 2,000 bid divides the layers. 363
Dancer in top order ahead of Kranji test. 224
Day Flight still unlikely to go to Epsom after easy win. 626
Decision pending on roof. 252
Down the Years. 146
Dynever poised to provide the ideal curtain-raiser for Preakness weekend; James Willoughby is keeping the faith for tonight's Pimlico Special ahead of Smarty Jones's big-race bid tomorrow. 550
Five for fun. 123
Football: Be wary of new champions. 233
Football: Don't let Dowie deter you from backing Palace. 633
Football: Glad all over! 553
Football: Hang your hopes on Hartlepool to make monkeys of bookies. 519
Football: Play offs: Cobblers can show they're not wobblers. 469
Football: Sir Bobby 5-6 to leave St James's in summer. 223
France: Rouget takes both Longchamp Classic trials. 213
French Connection: `American Post could be ideal for the Derby'. 970
French Connection: Chantilly renovations are moving into final stages. 222
French Connection: Krataios seeks to follow half-brother's example. 187
French Connection: Miss Mambo a small one to watch. 155
Godolphin trio head for French Classics. 292
Ground drying out for Lockinge. 92
Hamilton: Plenty of confidence ahead of Grampian bid. 403
In brief. 391
Letters: Change will make no difference. 262
Letters: Heartfelt thanks for Epsom service; Henry Beeby considers the BHB's latest rebranding exercise `gimmicky in the extreme'. 201
Letters: Plain talking but muddled thinking. 133
Lingfield: Lucey-Butler rides first winner as Flat apprentice. 294
Ludlow: Thomas kick-starts his campaign with double. 277
Makybe Diva trainer Hall set for switch to Hong Kong. 220
Melzer at home in the wet. 131
Mission Impossible? Handicapper Quito tackles two Guineas winners in Lockinge. 283
Narrow quotes no surprise given past history of draws. 238
Open Check: No reason to oppose super Scholes at Don. 672
Owners side with The Horse Racing Channel. 706
Perth: Piler gets Marshall off the mark over jumps. 560
Points jockey to appeal over dangerous riding claim. 395
Pricewise: I'll take Pride at 5-2. 390
Rakti likely to go for new-look Summer Crown. 434
Romford up bounty for its Sky Gold Vase to pounds 5K. 363
Rugby league: Punters expecting another nail-biter. 326
Salisbury: Black Velvet stakes Royal Ascot claim. 525
Sedgefield raises glamour stakes with first official beauty contest. 272
Smarty lands `lucky seven' draw for second leg of Triple Crown. 432
Spreadwise: Terriers can be top dogs in play-offs. 382
Stable tour: Ed Dunlop: `Ouija Board has left us all very excited - you'd hope she can only improve'. 2767
Stormers set to test Crusaders. 376
Ten to follow: Don't fret - there's plenty of time to reel in this leader! Ron Hickman of the Raffles Boys with a player's perspective on the Flat Ten To Follow competition. 247
Ten to follow: Yeats the most popular choice; Listed runner-up Dangle - who's `pretty useful' - in just six lists. 346
Tennis: Hewitt's run to be ended. 170
The Derby: Breeding angle: Sire Lurig is King for a day. 163
The Derby: what it means to me..dave lawrence. 346
Things do change, but I'm finding it hard to keep up`; `I can remember them putting up the present Ascot stand, and now, blow me down if they're not blowing it down. I shall be lost there in 2006'. 816
Trading Bureau: Sahool has scope to prove different class in Fillies' Trial. 575
Training centres: Epsom & South. 86
Training centres: Lambourn: Secretary General can take advantage of easier opportunity at Nottingham. 210
Training centres: Newmarket. 200
Training centres: The North. 194
Untrustworthy sides make little betting appeal. 196
Winds Of March bids to make the most of step up in class. 422
Wylie swoops again for bumper winner Bewleys. 253
York at a glance. 86
York: Millenary would be well worth his place in Gold Cup field - Quinn. 502
York: Redoubtable Vintage Premium gets back on track to end the victory drought for Fahey. 452
York: what they said.. Bill Barber on a stalwart who could be ready for big staying tests. 150

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