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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 24, 2006)

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40 years as a trainer and Coleman still soldiering on. 428
Baggies fan Smith enjoys a happy ending with Dickens. 304
Cricket: Edgbaston draw is backed to odds-on. 103
Cricket: Northants spin kings can serve it up to Derbyshire. 289
Cricket: SPREADWISE - Tighter ring could result in more sixes at Edgbaston. 105
Cricket: TEAM NEWS. 450
Football: Arsenal held at 8-1 despite Rosicky buy. 492
Football: Dixon set to be Ireland's youngest player. 266
Football: Emerald Isle massive value; REPUBLIC OF IRELAND v CHILE DYLAN HILL'S VERDICT. 177
Football: Hills face huge pay-out as punters keep faith in England. 223
Football: Ireland ready to continue Staunton's winning start; REPUBLIC OF IRELAND v CHILE. 368
Football: Ljungberg injury blow for Sweden; 16 DAYS TO GO. 307
Football: Paraguay gear up for Norse attack. 180
Football: SPREADWISE - Rooney recovery rumours spark intriguing new line. 139
Football: Trotters still favourites in the race to recruit Johnson from Palace. 484
Golf: Big Easy ready to delight the Wentworth members; GOLF: BMW CHAMPIONSHIP. 1081
Golf: Big Easy ready to delight the Wentworth members; GOLF: BMW CHAMPIONSHIP. 1344
Golf: BMW CHAMPIONSHIP; COURSE DETAILS. 250
Golf: SPREADWISE - Course changes may increase total scores. 582
Golf: Stenson a man to oppose; GOLF: BMW CHAMPIONSHIP. 343
Golf: Toms likes Elvis country but Little Richard is in tune; JEREMY CHAPMAN. 1246
Hawk swoops for semi-final place. 143
Hollie can prove too sharp for rest. 184
Horse Racing: 'Optimistic' Tregoning 60-40 about Sir Percy Derby bid. 528
Horse Racing: Ascot ground softens ahead of first meeting. 671
Horse Racing: Betfair facing delay in securing Victoria licence. 257
Horse Racing: Book Of Music to prove another Stoute special; WATCHING THE TRAINERS. 417
Horse Racing: Change of scenery does the trick as Croon beats former stablemate; LINGFIELD. 594
Horse Racing: Course form and ground point to a bold show from Theatre; TRADING POST. 611
Horse Racing: Fabre upbeat over Hurricane Run ahead of Tattersalls bid. 750
Horse Racing: Galatee has attitude to reach very top after impressive Naas win; MARK YOUR CARD. 987
Horse Racing: Glenmuir hard to beat on soft; RACING POST RATINGS. 539
Horse Racing: High Court rules 147 betting syndicate illegal. 405
Horse Racing: HRA confirms that Stickels will no longer work as judge. 371
Horse Racing: IN BRIEF - Derby entry error. 113
Horse Racing: IN-RUNNING NOTES. 241
Horse racing: INTERNATIONAL ZONE - Barbaro 'bright, happy and alert' as recovery continues. 414
Horse racing: INTERNATIONAL ZONE - BETTING WINDOW TODAY'S NAPS. 104
Horse racing: INTERNATIONAL ZONE - GET TO KNOW THE LOCALS; AMERICAN INSIGHT James Willoughby illustrates the gains to be made by knowing a trainer's habits. 911
Horse racing: INTERNATIONAL ZONE - TODAY IN THE NEWS. 174
Horse Racing: Jelani looks unlikely to make comeback. 182
Horse Racing: Jordan's Light a first course win for Pitt; Musselburgh. 384
Horse Racing: JRHA showpiece sale to comprise 486 lots; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 336
Horse Racing: McCoy comes up trumps aboard Joker; TOWCESTER. 309
Horse Racing: McCoy comes up trumps aboard Joker; TOWCESTER. 622
Horse Racing: McMahon eyes black type for Terentia; Windsor. 222
Horse Racing: O'Neill pays 135,000gns to land Pistolet Bleu gelding; Edward Prosser reports from day two of the DBS Spring Sale, the leading auction of jumps-bred horses. 638
Horse Racing: Owen finds new partner in former Gosden assistant. 385
Horse Racing: Pre-sale show future in doubt; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 152
Horse Racing: Record at Fasig-Tipton breeze-up; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 123
Horse Racing: Rise in aggregate and number sold at Baden-Baden; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 467
Horse Racing: Speedy Monaassib now wallowing in blissful retirement; A life after racing. 346
Horse Racing: STRUGGLES AHEAD; WATCHING THE TRAINERS Why the early signs do not bode well for Godolphin at Royal Ascot. 725
Horse Racing: Tote to take bets by text message. 441
Horse Racing: TRADE REPORT. 272
Horse Racing: Trinculo 'in good order' to follow up; RACE OF THE DAY Live on RUK 5.30 GOODWOOD Goodwood Flying School Handicap (5f). 473
Horse Racing: Veteran sprinter Double M not finished yet after 13th victory; KEMPTON. 582
Horse Racing: View from the training centres Fajr still on the up. 616
IN BRIEF: Cecil runs next in Gold Cup. 93
Ladbrokes reckon Shahbaz may be a plant; BIG BROTHER. 187
Lawn Tennis: Hewitt doubtful for Roland Garros. 171
Les Kennard - idol and inspiration to Martin Pipe - has died, aged 85. Obituary 537
Letter: A true friend and ally. 124
Letter: Amazing grading. 293
Letter: Baffling Romford. 131
Letter: Hold those close-ups. 416
Letter: No Diamond riches. 254
Letter: No need to move line. 146
Letter: No-one at the Barr! 202
Letter: Support is appreciated. 127
Letter: Thanks to all the Royal Shakespeare company. 425
Letter: Well done Tom. 143
Letter: Wrong attitude. 252
Noseda believes Araafa will be able to cope on Curragh ground. 326
Prescott keeping options open for Guineas possible Confidential Lady. 536
Racing too wet but my Vodkatinis were dry; EIGHTY + Another week older and deeper in debt. 687
ROOKIE ON A ROLL; Interview Tim Pitt Peter Thomas talks to the upwardly mobile Chester Cup-winning trainer Tim Pitt. 1379
Rugby League: Maroons can break their Telstra Stadium hoodoo by upsetting the favourites. 362
Ryan runs riot on his open-race debut. 388
SPREADWISE: Pete stands firm as Welsh beauty slips; BIG BROTHER. 91
The day in numbers: 3 TO WATCH TODAY. 261
Unstable Shahbaz walks out after six days; BIG BROTHER. 191
Usher confident Royal Alchemist will be suited by testing conditions. 441
West-country stalwart who also made his mark in big races further afield; John Randall recalls the life and times of former west country trainer Les Kennard. 661

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