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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 2, 2005)

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Attraction lined up for clash with Silent Witness; Star filly to bypass Lockinge in favour of a Hong Kong showdown. 618
Brittain hails great escape of gallant Classic third Kandidate. 362
Butler planning Curragh raid for classy filly Tarfah: Newmarket. 923
Collier Hill gives Swinbank his biggest win; Germany. 170
Cricket: Cantor well out of line with Notts offer. 201
Cricket: Durham big value at 4-6. 139
Cricket: Indisciplined Borough to pick up most bookings. 219
Culloty to go freelance but keeps Best Mate ride. 351
Davids Lad retirement delayed. 224
Dempsey fails breath test at Hamilton. 191
Dobbin marks birthday with winner at track where it all began: Hamilton. 493
Down the years. 194
Dubawi may bid for redemption in Irish Guineas as Derby hopes fade; But stablemate Centaurus out to book Epsom place at Doncaster today. 507
Five For Fun. 113
Football: Baggies' escape bid set to hit a brick wall. 410
Football: Borough boys are big value. 301
Football: Forest 4-1 for League One joy. 350
Football: Stevenage can grab lead in a dour battle of solid defences. 323
Football: Tough to separate improving Shots and Cumbrians in first showdown. 251
Footsteps in line to try for double at The Curragh. 382
General Election 2005: Bookmaker's election view; Dale Tempest Skybet. 545
General Election 2005: Market still pointing to Labour joy. 409
General Election 2005: Seat in focus: Boundary alterations give chance to Tories. 420
German raider Elopa ready to strike. 119
Golf: Rain delays Big Easys inevitable Asian romp. 330
Greyhounds: . . . Graham duo and Leroy in Derby preps. 230
Greyhounds: Baby to prove shes no Stow dummy. 177
Greyhounds: BRIAN BOOTH. 113
Greyhounds: Byron makes waves in the Ocean Trailers; Stow report. 564
Greyhounds: More on offer with Bourne charity series. 284
Greyhounds: Shot kills off 600 rivals with style. 377
Growth on leg delays Ouijas return. 363
Hills delighted with runner-up Causeway. 440
Howard Wright: And will the real Ascot clerk please stand up . . . 173
Howard Wright: ATRs loss will be TurfTraxs gain. 168
Howard Wright: Complex calendar conundrum that has the spor ts planner s scr atching their heads. 424
Howard Wright: Ludlow case illustrates need for media scrutiny. 188
Howard Wright: Peter Salmon. 99
Howard Wright: The Fly spies some money for old rope. 157
Howard Wright: Voters have racing angle to ponder in election. 197
Improving Alkaased brushes his rivals aside. 429
Indesatchel team are bullish over Tetrarch challenge. 349
Jubilee marks end of the line for Kemptons Flat turf course. 406
Letter: Make drinkers stay in the bar. 140
Letter: Proper study of sleepers needed. 324
Letter: Thanks for all the great support down the years. 153
Letter: Try an inner ring to avoid tragedy. 225
Letter: Why I can't pay on National fifth. 207
Makybe Diva only seventh; Japan. 82
Martillo grabs the glory from Autumn; France. 402
Middleham trainer Don Enrico Incisa dies aged 70. 565
Navan: Icklingham sparks Berry double with six-length success. 403
OBrien vetoed speed sensors on his winning duo. 262
Persian Punch honoured at Goodwood. 204
Peter Thomas: Big Three bookmakers. 92
Peter Thomas: Carber ryshows his crit ics ag ain that Har chibald is no easy ride. 198
Peter Thomas: For Fallon, who seems to attract scandal in the same way the floor attracts the but ter y side of your toast, the st ak es, lik e the salar y, ar e high. 572
Peter Thomas: Why stop at scrapping free admission to racecourses for teenagers? How about OAPs, students, the disabled . . . 363
Pullein on Football: The man ypunt ing les sons we learned fr om watching just one football match. 862
Queen Mary now on agenda for Smooch after gritty victory. 599
Reverse Swing brings up Daltons century: Worcester. 424
River Mist repays her connections patience: Hexham. 494
Rugby League: Surprise win boosts 1-4 Leighs survival hopes. 305
Shanghai flop adds to Stoutes misery. 288
Six all-weather courses to be in use in autumn 2006. 408
Snooker: Its a nervous start. 240
Snooker: Stevens 147 near-miss so expensive. 252
Sponsors for 2006 Guineas to be finalised. 193
Spreadwise: Low goal quotes are fully justfied. 276
Stalls blamed for Target loss; Australia. 97
Tanya Stevenson on Monday: Buy the Barasford index on 425 namechecks on the Sunderland starter! 300
Tanya Stevenson on Monday: Erratic Kaye is value at each-way. 262
Tanya Stevenson on Monday: From pits to glory for this private Yorkshire trainer. 569
Tennis: Consistent Novak could frustrate moody Safin. 183
Tennis: On-fire Di Mauro looks primed to defy class gap. 214
Tennis: Sparkling Pearl ready to capture clay treble. 456
Three to watch today. 238
Trading Post: Andrew Barr with the best bets at today's meetings. 125
Trading Post: Keep a close eye on Blue Tomato; plays of the day. 647
Trading Post: MrVelocity can dash in back at a mile; Value bet: Mr Velocity 5.25 Kempton. 273
Trading Post: Trading report; Matt Williams with a daily guide to the best plays on the exchanges. 279
Trading Post: View from the training centres: Lambourn. 181
Trading Post: View from the training centres: Newmarket. 212
Trading Post: View from the training centres: North. 198
Trial winner Dont Get Mad stakes Derby claim; US. 218
Undulating track is sure to keep Majed interested. 505
Virginia Waters rewrites record books with smooth victory. 796
Wachman maps out plan for Fracas. 279
Walsh wins his third Irish jump jockeys title. 253
Weekend Review: Match in Focus: Lady Luck has a hand in Glovers triumph; Southend 0 Yeovil 1. 787
Weekend Review: The weekend in a nutshell. 98
Weekend Review: You're ace, you're not. 230
Winning is also about being par t of a team who have meshed together to tr ansf orm the potent ially mundane int o the magnificent; Alastair Down on Ballydoyle's capture of the final piece in the Classic jigsaw. 787
Yeats out to prolong the high for OBrien. 404

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