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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (October 5, 2004)

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A Life After Racing: Silver Wedge. 455
Ahern set to appeal over length of ban. 426
American Football: End Zone: Big favourites on road have a smart record. 324
American Football: End Zone: Coughlin's crew tipped for Giant shock. 93
American Football: End Zone: Week Five Vegas line. 232
Artists enter into the charity spirit. 177
Bago 'not an outstanding Arc winner'. 406
Bago camp hold fire over Cup. 473
Baseball: Sox value for series triumph. 111
BHB to hear trainers' handicap concerns. 585
Bloodstock Desk: Doncaster ups prize-money for sales race. 418
Bloodstock Desk: EUR260,000Arc top lot bound for America. 346
Bloodstock Desk: Fasliyev colt breaks Gold Coast record at A$300,000. 299
Bloodstock Desk: maiden winner of the day. 144
Bookmakers missing out on global bonanza. 280
Confusion after judge calls wrong horse third. 146
Cricket: Awesome Aussies can start with a bang in Bangalore. 392
Cricket: Visitors to miss absent Murali. 85
Dettori doubles up in title battle. 319
Doncaster rights: battle lines drawn. 206
Five For Fun. 132
Football: French are such generous hosts. 83
Football: Gravesend underrated. 209
Football: Henry 15-8 to overhaul Wright tally. 242
Football: Hills taking a risk on Terry. 366
Football: Real Madrid - the team the layers adore. 493
George Haine: Be thankful for freedom from a life of unit-counting. 815
Golf: The 19th Hole: American trio get Wentworth invites. 271
Golf: The 19th Hole: Is Love set for his usual late flourish? 549
Golf: The 19th Hole: Player in focus. 183
Greyhounds: De Niro remains Produce class act. 337
Greyhounds: GRAND NATIONAL HISTORY. 309
Greyhounds: Hills going live on 425. 195
Greyhounds: Open Check: Four has Grand National in hand; Selsey Girl can star on superb Wimbledon support card Four has Grand National in hand. 732
Greyhounds: Pricewise: 2-1 Shelbourne is on the right track for win. 535
Greyhounds: Richard Birch's Grand National verdict. 232
Greyhounds: Spreadwise: Ballyeacle's a major buy in Tom match. 122
Greyhounds: Trainers' views on the William Hill Grand National finalists. 800
Haydock runner-up Somnus set to become champion sprinter. 307
Hicks on form. 109
In brief. 188
Instinctive rider who 'didn't know what he was doing half the time': Charlie Elliott. 1236
Jay adds to his training premises. 149
Letter: A pair of aces at Listowel; Malcom Crocker enjoyed coverage of the Irish Festival. 134
Letter: Leech made Warwick special; John McCarthy on sponsoring at the Midlands course. 132
Letter: Racing folk right to defend hunting; Former trainer David Chappell takes issue with Peter Thomas. 371
Letter: The sport must be a broad church; Ian Davies supports Nicholas Godfrey's position. 138
Letter: Top names have come from points; Christina Mackenzie links racing under Rules, pointing and hunting. 208
Middle Park hero Ad Valorem joins Dubawi at top of juvenile rankings. 385
My first year on Betfair cost me a grand, but it was a learning experience and, looking back, I can categorically say that it was the best grand I ever spent; The Definitive Guide to Betting on Horses, the first in the Racing Post's new 'Expert Series' of books, is a groundbreaking in-depth guide to betting in the 21st century. Here we print extracts. 1179
Owners decide to call it a day with Astrac. 334
Pedrillo could get quick chance to atone. 407
Plumpton: Cal Mac brings Curran in from the cold. 347
Pontefract: Cesarewitch bid on cards for Moonshine. 482
Racing UK in High Court move against SIS data use. 421
Rakti set to bypass Texas Mile target; Jarvis voices concerns over tight track at Lone Star Park. 568
Sadly, you are likely to find that being a bookie is not as easy as everyone thought; The Definitive Guide to Betting on Horses, the first in the Racing Post's new 'Expert Series' of books, is a groundbreaking in-depth guide to betting in the 21st century. Here we print extracts. 715
Search For A Tipster: A confident Lewis pulls further clear. 91
Snooker: Devon potter to advance. 160
Solerina to run in Champion if she goes to Festival. 477
Spreadwise: Shrimps could founder as key men miss out. 319
Sprint Cup winner Tante Rose bows out. 553
Star Over The Bay shows he is ready for Breeders' Cup bid. 139
Ten to Follow: Bago does the business for Phoney Tradesmen. 194
Tennis: Vibrant Arazi can sink sorry Schuttler. 329
The perils of backing Real Madrid. 133
They can talk the talk, but only seeing is really believing; James Willoughby argues that for every 'talking horse' who turns out like Bago there is a One Cool Cat. 466
Three to watch today. 232
Tony Morris: Oratorio cements Danehill's position in all-time sires' list; World of Breeding. 1524
Trading Bureau: Swan Knight can win off decent mark. 554
Var likely to head for Hong Kong as Brittain eyes another Group 1. 354
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 185
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 102
View from the training centres: North; North. 164
White quits role with Tote Ireland. 242
Windsor: Holland applies brawn and brain for hat-trick. 500
York revival to roll on in Morecambe: Morecambe v York. 407

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