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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (February 16, 2005)

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100 Greatest Races: A quartet of contests to really set the pulses racing; You've voted in your thousands in the poll everybody's talking about. The results are in, and today the final countdown begins . . . 932
Amberleigh all the rage for Nationall follow-up. 543
Aussie machine has first HQ outing. 227
Caesar to be aimed at Free Handicap. 199
COURSING: English in charge in Waterloo as semi-finals loom. 544
Cricket: Kiwis back in time for Twenty20. 268
Easy winner placed last after wrong course mix-up. 325
Fairyhouse test next on agenda for Pizarro. 500
FIVE FOR FUN. 110
Folkestone: Warbler confirms superiority to book Supreme Novices ticket. 530
Football: Bent referee claims Panionios match was fixed. 160
Football: Greeks may struggle to stop super Sevilla. 365
Football: Hearts to stop Killie challenge. 267
Football: Mustard French are too strong for Ajax. 355
Football: Owen and Gerrard 9-2 to be reunited. 160
Football: Souey to give Kluivert a chance to shine. 224
Football: Swerve English and look to La Liga for Uefa Cup value. 576
Football: View from Spain: South American talent scan help Villar real to Uefa glory. 547
Future of recall menunder threat as claxon trials are given green light. 313
Golf: Damo group class. 91
Golf: Favourite is set to tame The Cobra. 957
Golf: Improving Clark can make breakthrough. 920
Golf: Internet punters face restrictions. 118
Golf: Past Nissan Open results at Riviera. 1188
Golf: Williams back to assist Tiger. 253
Greyhounds Letters: A struggle but well worth it; Perserverance can pay off in the end says a delighted owner. 398
Greyhounds Letters: Boring, boring Hove? One Hove patron feels a diet of four-bend graded races is unappetising. 380
Greyhounds Letters: Duggan will be missed; Janice Saunders will miss Chris Duggan. 114
Greyhounds Letters: Goodbye to Regent Lass; The owners of Wimbledon stalwart Regent Lass are sad to report her passing. 88
Greyhounds: De Niro to star on Channel 425. 285
Greyhounds: Emmas clearly the right Choice. 232
Greyhounds: Lin solid in Jacket after heat success. 292
Greyhounds: Lister looking for big things from debutant Robbie. 315
Greyhounds: Mick Motley. 169
Greyhounds: OPINION: BGRB Aw ar ds wer e well done but not per fec t. 260
Greyhounds: OPINION: Once in together, always together! 404
Greyhounds: OPINION: Tough for some but for punters its just brilliant. 272
Greyhounds: Stalwarts storm back in Provincial. 164
Greyhounds: WALTHAMSTOW: Dan beaten but Puzey happy. 335
Greyhounds: WIMBLEDON: Druids romps Bok. 291
Groundsman in six-figure injury claim settlement. 287
Hand Inn Hand to bid for follow-up in Ascot Chase. 441
I ring Fallon to give him the name, address and phone number of the restaurant. However, the number he has given me is unobtainable; Clement Freud travels to Gulfstream Park, where he meets the man who didn't come to dinner. 1072
In brief. 304
Keen Leader may not be ready in time for Festival. 257
Kill Devil Hill form has very solid look. 105
Leicester and Musselburgh call early inspections. 218
Letter: Ground and trip a going concern; Freddie Freeman pleads for more accuracy from the course. 124
Letter: Guest staff set high standards; Graeme Hamilton writes in praise of the staff at Brancepeth. 114
Letter: Hereford ban too draconian by far; David Marshall in defence of David England's recent lapse. 118
Letter: Holts a fine caller - but Hunt leader of the pack; Enid Ormerod picks her star commentator. 138
Letter: Owners still sold short by ROA. 311
Letter: Steroids issue has to be debated; Neil Kearns, in support of John Berry, asks for clarification from the sales companies. 171
Marcel still the one to beat - Johnson. 186
Money finally comes in for Londons bid. 133
Newcastle: Russell glad to be proved wrong over Lauderdales staying power. 658
On this day in . . . 133
Pitman eyes Vodka Gold Cup for progressive Too Forward. 408
Punchestown: Champion amateur OConnor banned for insufficient effort. 475
Race of the Day 4.00 Musselburgh: Novice Aleron in great form , but is he well treated? Scottish County Hurdle Trial (handicap hurdle, 2m1f). 494
Richards wants it soft for Jazz dEstruval to take his chance in Reynoldstown. 306
Rugby League: Leeds in fine fettle for clash. 150
Sales: News. 456
Sales: Not able of fspring for br oodmare band at Gainsbor ough. 361
Sales: ORyan on mark as e 40,000 bid secur es Aga Khan cast-o ff. 471
Snooker: Williams looking at another early bath. 288
Southwell: Williams opens new chapter with Clubman. 531
Spreadwise: Greek side are bad favourites. 246
Spreadwise: Hendry set to get in on the ton act. 208
Spreadwise: Plaphol and Pod worth plumping for in Thai tester. 426
Tennis: Super Stepanek looks unstoppable in Holland. 121
Trading Post: Plays of the day: Gasping should have puff to rattle home. 664
Trading Post: Rising Generation can hit form again. 484
Trading Post: sports lay of the day Aux er re t o t ak e Ajax to the cleaner s; Ajax (v Auxerre). 181
Trading report: stewards delight in-running backers. 240
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 156
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 155
View from the training centres: North. 187
View from the training centres: West Country. 110

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