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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (September 12, 2005)

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American Football: Eagles can win battle ofthe birds. 269
American Football: Phillys Jevon could be in for a freak performance. 249
Australia: Makybe Diva is better than ever. 225
Azamour tweaked back muscle in Champion defeat. 516
Bethell buys new yard in Middleham. 225
Bloodstock Desk: Keeneland sales ground all dressed up ahead of worlds biggest auction. 530
Bloodstock Desk: Recent gene studies in human athletes has encour aged pioneering equine exper t t o follow suit on thor oughbr eds; Rachel Pagones reports on the British Association Science Festival in Dublin last week, where the ambitious task of creating genetic profiles for individual horses was proposed. 801
Bloodstock Desk: Sighs of relief as Doncaster posts strong returns. 887
Bomber takes aim at Arena in legal row. 386
Carlisle: Bo McGinty overcomes quirks to win. 463
Cricket: Ashes Fitfh Test: The story of yesterday. 379
Cricket: England 1-12 for Ashes as hero Flintoff shines. 506
Cumani offers excuses as stable stars fail. 392
Delighted Bell looking forward to the Arc. 230
Eye catchers: Apprentice ride of the week. 91
Eye catchers: Echo Of Light can cont inue to shine in bet ter gr ade; Saeed Bin Suroor's improver maintained his upward trend at Doncaster and Paul Curtis thinks his progress may not be halted by a step up in class. 1003
Eye catchers: Ride of the week: Richard Quinn Millenary, Doncaster. 94
Eye catchers: Training performance of the week: Mark Johnston Attraction, Group 1 Matron Stks. 237
Football: Big Sam is frustrated by Rovers. 283
Football: Hammers can keep up their stylish start. 376
Football: Late goals should come as no surprise t o punter s. 732
Football: Match in Focus: Blades just need a blunt instrument; Sheff Utd 2 Ipswich 0. 773
Football: Surprising to see Hammers as favourites. 324
Football: The weekend in a nutshell. 91
Football: You're ace: Adrian Boothroyd. 99
Football: You're not: Kevin Austin. 104
Golf: Goose steps up his Order ofMerit bid. 282
Goodwood: David Junior earns third crack at big time with fluent win. 764
Greyhounds: 4-1 Madam can be a real Crayford Doll. 222
Greyhounds: As you were in draw for brilliant Droopys brothers. 118
Greyhounds: Bell looks swell for pounds 12K East Anglian decider. 156
Greyhounds: Dior scores for McKenna. 150
Greyhounds: Flash floods force Crayford to abandon. 182
Greyhounds: Hondo scores 25-1 shock for Ball team. 288
Greyhounds: Paddy Power Irish Derby: Marco, Maldini and Hawk set up dream Derby final. 696
Greyhounds: WALTHAMSTOW BAGS: Lock into Lucy for Stow spoils. 167
Hurricane Run looks a bit like a student who does no work but still graduates; James Willoughby reflects on a weekend that left him with as many questions as answers. 875
Jumping open days : Ambitious Keane sets stall out to wooowners. 303
Jumping open days : Best Mate looks as well as ever and we have a lot t o look for w ar d t o - we hope we st ill have a ver ygood hor se; Lee Mottershead at Henrietta Knight's open day. 598
Jumping open days : Pitman stresses its business as usual. 407
Killarney: Monterey Bay cheers the Australians. 425
Motor Racing: Alonso moves closer to title. 180
Nad Al Sheba chief Kilby is new Sandown MD. 221
On this day in . . . 151
Peter Thomas: Channel 4. 240
Peter Thomas: Dear stew ar ds, dont just sit ther e, DO something. 760
Peter Thomas: Wide-boy Soumillon is not so chic. 338
Post set to sponsor priceless Hands and Heels Jumps Series. 303
Prescott attempts further success; Chantilly today. 165
Race of the Day 3.50 Musselburgh: Guto is in great form, so Im optimistic - Ryan; Bank of Ireland Nursery (5f ). 473
RaceTech and Arena in legal war of words. 350
RP Ratings: Well-in Red Opera can hit right note for in-form Prescott. 533
Rugby League: Bradford rescue odds-on backers with a late flurry. 159
Rugby Union: 100-1 Bristol in second big upset. 97
Search for a tipster: Watt makes move on leader Moore. 449
Senior figures back Caborn call to keep St Leger in Yorkshire. 434
Shawanda issues an Arc warning. 828
Smiles all round as Rakti works well in preparation for QEII bid. 271
Stratford: Glengarra gives Gandolfo a welcome win. 583
Tartouche. 167
Tennis: Big-hitting Acasuso to retain Bucharest title. 323
Tennis: Swerving Beijing big t wo the value call. 418
Tennis: Top spin: Beaten Slam finalist s often su ffer letdown. 693
The Racecourse Tour: A seedy, jaded place, saved b y cr owds high jinks; David Ashforth leaves no stone unturned in a new series of investigative trips to every track in Britain and Ireland. 1973
Three to watch today. 228
Trading Post: Dhekraa can oblige for in-running players; plays of the day. 631
Trading Post: ruk viewers given head start by shrewd charlet. 166
Traytonic joins Nicholls ahead of Ayr Gold Cup bid. 298
US: Saint Liam strolls home in Classic prep. 223
View from the training centres : Lambourn. 140
View from the training centres : Newmarket. 157
View from the training centres : North. 184
Vinnie back on target for Irish Leger. 221
Webbon says US still too permissive on drugs despite new rule changes. 325

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