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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (October 7, 2005)

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Alkaased set to add further glitter to Champion line-up; Late Arc absentee back in great form Fallons Champions Day aces. 629
Arc winner Bago starts stud career in Japan. 345
Avonbridge possible for Hong Kong Sprint. 233
Bloodstock desk: Fir st seven-figur e sale of week as Kingmambo colt steals spotlight; Edward Prosser reports from P ark P addocks on day three of Tattersalls' October Yearling Sale, P art 1. 768
Chepstow: no worries for jumping. 189
Childers pair may meet again. 134
Coleman facing a ban from high-street bookies. 486
Crowley able to ride in Pardubicka. 223
Fee for Claiborne sire Pulpit rises to $80,000. 223
Feet in the Stirrups: To a humble hack fr om Canary Wharf, this is a slice of paradise. 1060
Football: Bet Direct are seeking out Samba backers; betting briefing. 240
Football: Crouch Austria role no tall story. 355
Football: Czechs last-ditch cr ack at get ting Nedved back; injury briefing. 227
Football: Donny strongly fancied to pluck weak Cherries. 260
Football: In-form Miller 5-1 to extend scoring streak to five matches. 185
Football: Match in the spotlight TRANMERE v SCUNTHORPE; Prenton Park, 7.45pm tonight, League One. 507
Football: Ukraine boss seeks victory. 118
French Connection: Fabr e wr aps up his 19th t itle. 100
French Connection: French jumping gear s up for big autumn fest ival. 199
French Connection: Scant co ver age b ydailies of magnificent Ar c week end. 236
Friday Preview: Pilgrims ready to teach sorry Notts a lesson; multiple choice Lincoln 6-5 & Rushden 6-5 1pt double (pounds 10 returns pounds 48.40 with Bet Direct). 386
Gala swoops for Coral in deal worth pounds 2.1 billion. 258
Golf: Tiger makes solid start at Harding Park. 138
Gowran briefing: Bolger believes longer trip no barrier to Roots follow-up bid. 220
Greyhound Irish View: Desailly to strik e in 750 heat s. 276
Greyhound Irish View: Dr oopys on the Derb y tr ail ag ain. 463
Greyhound Irish View: Ir on Man has str ong claims with L olos. 219
Greyhound Irish View: Lark wings in. 99
Greyhound Irish View: Ted can stripe em om tr ap thr ee! 252
Greyhound Irish View: William Hill Grand National. 81
Greyhound ratings: Lister ill looming. 197
Greyhound ratings: Madam a hot chick. 139
Greyhound ratings: The Show goes on for Puzey camp. 297
Greyhound ratings: W allis a St ar turn. 213
Greyhounds: Betfair Festival. 154
Greyhounds: Coral apologise over wrong dog incident. 608
Greyhounds: Guy Fawkes card off at Brough. 104
Greyhounds: Hawk to march on, but lame Eagle is out. 296
Greyhounds: Stow graded hurdles now open to all. 385
Howard Wright: Amateur boys playing second fiddle t o female rivals. 234
Howard Wright: Fly flabbergasted by 'parochial' Aussies. 213
Howard Wright: Hoping Eastenders avoids a r acing g af fe. 221
Howard Wright: Nunneleys dog steals show. 220
Howard Wright: The odds of being found out have got much shor ter. 489
In Brief - Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup. 97
Inglis favourite to double up in Order ofMerit. 348
Jester temporarily estranged from the joke; James Willoughby on Frankie Dettori and the human condition. 648
Jones row with landlord escalates as police called. 412
Jump racing's biggest prize for sale. 248
Letter: Berry even hardier than Br ough thought he was. 85
Letter: Gambia support was so fruitful. 376
Letter: Group 1 trainer who won his spurs the hard way; Interview Paul Haigh talks to trainer Kevin Ryan about his breakthrough into the big time. 1007
Letter: Why punters still need their wits. 668
maiden winner of the day. 119
Motor Racing: McLaren men are likely to fire in practice. 311
Nast ycough, of fhis feed, dull coat: old chaps had it; 'I spent last week sucking any number of Fisherman's Friends - well, they can't touch you for it'. 833
New venture off ground. 92
Politics: Cameron favourite with Hills. 152
Portfolio Update: Be a devil and br eak the rules for 20-1 Demon. 449
Prayer colt leads way at Fasig-Tipton. 157
Retirement for Lanes End veteran stallion Fit To Fight. 169
RP Ratings: Well-handicapped Polar Force set to continue resurgence. 453
Rugby League: Expect Volcano to erupt again; Injury-hit Saints face tough task. 505
Rugby league: Points feast can continue on big stage. 223
Rugby league: Sale and Leeds to keep scorers busy. 149
Rugby Union: Cardif f can stay close in early stages. 386
Septimus to lead OBrien raid on Beresford Stakes. 379
Southwell: Brave Chief rewards Bowrings boldness. 546
Tennis: Accused Puerta fails to live up to top-seeded billing. 244
Three to watch today. 216
Trading Post: Dubonai a safe wager to overturn Darasim; plays of the day. 737
Trading Post: exchanges have shown their worth in carter case. 129
Trading Post: trading report it pays to have brennan on side; the best of yesterday's action. 106
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 174
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 167
View from the training centres: North. 205
War is over as Ladbrokes and France-Galop reach bets deal. 445
Warned-off McCracken spotted at racecourse; Now notorious punters photograph is being circulated to venues nationwide. 344
Wincanton: Turner heaps praise on smart amateur OBrien. 587
Worcester: Allumee and Harrys Dream keep Johnson on the boil. 482
York briefing: Connections hoping conditions ride soft enough for Royal Island. 376

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