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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (February 11, 2005)

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10 to follow: SunAlliance heros bonus win has no impact. 185
100 Greatest Races: `It was not a war. It was a stunning fusion of two natural forces in a wholly artificial context' The top ten Fantastic Light v Galileo, rd 2 James Willoughby recalls an eagerly anticipated rematch that elevated the status of both participants. 1298
Aintree looking on the bright side over Royal wedding clash. 281
Banned Murphy: stewards seem to be singling me out; Aggrieved Murphy ponders appeal over latest ban. 550
Blood test forces Like-A-Butterfly to miss Navan contest; Weekend Update. 366
Bloodstock Desk: Goffs sale a proven rich source of future stars. 724
Bloodstock Desk: Quiet start to French season at Deauville. 149
Bloodstock Desk: SHUTTLE DIPLOMACY. 304
Boxing: Gomez no good thing to justify 1-6 quote. 402
Choristar can build on creditable return. 525
Club set to rule on Endless Summer. 366
Cover Up set for return. 138
Cricket: Openers to toy with Englands pacemen. 347
Cricket: Proteas set to rip apart jaded attack. 561
Down the years. 107
Dubai International Racing Carnival: De Kock pair out to repel British and Irish challenge; Today's action at Nad Al Sheba. 479
Dubai International Racing Carnival: Godolphin storm into picture as Fight Your Corner heads up treble. 532
Dubai International Racing Carnival: Stagelight steals limelight with runaway vic tory in Guineas for in-form Noseda. 604
Festival hope Penzance set for prep in Adonis. 285
Football: Greeks cut for Group Two joy. 134
Football: Much to do before England can dream of ruling the world; England flopped in Wednesday's 0-0 draw against Holland. Dan Childs pinpoints the areas that Sven Goran Eriksson must address before the 2006 World Cup finals. 471
Football: Shrimpers well worth catching. 111
Greyhounds: 14-1 Ozzie is an each-way steal; Pricewise. 438
Greyhounds: 4-1 Lin heads Jacket betting. 183
Greyhounds: 5-2 Hi for Crest. 183
Greyhounds: Diary dates. 137
Greyhounds: Fire tops Arc list. 108
Greyhounds: Here's three for your notebooks for the coming months . . . 209
Greyhounds: In-the-pink Ink yto land Lif for d spoils. 103
Greyhounds: Ive no r egr et s o ver Wimbledon decision. 289
Greyhounds: Just so proud of centurion Joe. 142
Greyhounds: No Springbok joy but m ylads will be back! Inside View. 631
Greyhounds: Prince kicks of four year in st yle. 192
Greyhounds: Reilly back for more with L er oy and C ahill. 501
Greyhounds: Shock as Duggan calls time on training career. 586
Greyhounds: Student r eady to pas s C ork ex am. 138
Greyhounds: Ted, Her o clash the pick of Cup heat s. 205
Greyhounds: W as that Meldrum, or am I jumping to the wr ong conclusion? 165
Greyhounds: Walthamstow. 198
Greyhounds: Wimbledon. 178
Hughes says Rooster is the main danger to Hardy follow-up in Champion. 285
Huntingdon: Conte justifies Henderson faith. 638
in brief: GARY BOULANGER. 105
in brief: SOVIET SONG. 141
It's of ficial! Males do lean to the lef t (well, horses, anyway). 375
Kempton: Celtic back in action ahead of Club probe. 553
Kingscliff on mend after back problem. 426
Lee facing a further spell on the sidelines. 232
Marcel misses Trophy tilt for Exeter race; Novice rerouted as connections concentrate on Festival bid. 542
More injury woe for Lee as he suffers broken collarbone. 246
Naas hopes raised in car park crisis. 282
Nominations for Stable Staff of the Year awards still yet to rise above six. 287
Racing giants face renewed threats from United fans; McManus and Magnier warned over selling shares. 368
Rugby league: All-conquering Leeds can reign supreme again L. 889
Rugby league: Depleted Hull set to stumble in KC opener. 321
Rugby league: Experts predict favourites will be so hard to beat; Leading odds-compilers give their verdicts as to where the Super League crown will go. 818
Rugby league: Haven ready to challenge. 103
Rugby league: Sk ybet offer tryscorer prices on all matches. 217
Rugby league: Who can stop the might y Rhinos' charge? 98
Rugby League: Woeful Widnes no match for super Salford. 367
Rugby Union: Ireland blow as O'Driscoll ruled out of Scotland clash. 188
Southwell: Mixed fortunes for Ry an as old favourite Cardinal strikes. 525
Tanaka buys all-weather star Eccentric. 192
Tennis: Nervous Croatian must be opposed. 107
The SLA has t o be or ganised. It has t o have a bar gaining agenda, and its got t o communicate; The Friday Interview David Ashforth talks to Tim Lyle, the former trade union official brought in to help modernise the Stable Lads' Association. 1166
Three to watch today. 242
Thurles: Davids pleases in Aintree prep. 386
Trading Post: Merson s men are set to stifle Robins; sports play of the day Lay Bristol City (v Walsall). 177
Trading Post: Outsider wins hunter. 203
Trading Post: trading report - Pipe trio are the day's in-running casualties; the best of yesterday's action. 234
Trading Post: Vic looks vulnerable in this classier event; plays of the day. 550
Triumph fancy Penzance will take his chance in Adonis. 276
Unknown potent ial of new blood never fails t o inspir e; `Unfortunately for those around me who have to put up with such gushing on a regular basis, I never really did get past that squealy Pony Club stage of idolising famous horses'. 794
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 187
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 100
View from the training centres: North. 148
View from the training centres: West Country. 103
Wedding delight for 12-1 punters. 529
Weekend Football Briefing: Duffyyet another Coventr yabsentee; injury briefing. 204
Weekend Football Briefing: Match in the spotlight; CARDIFF v BRIGHTON Championship, 3pm tomorrow, Millennium Stadium. 436
Weekend Football Briefing: St an James st ay on right side of Blues; betting briefing. 222
Weekend Update: Blood test forces Butterfly to bypass Navan contest. 357
Wincanton: Williams not resting on laurels. 449

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