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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (July 18, 2007)

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As happy on a golf course as on the racecourse - and appreciates a fine view; JOCKEY SHORTS A weekly visit to the jockeys' inner sanctum. Today Neil Callan. 825
Betfair deny report that site was used by terrorists to launder money. 549
BHA's first task is to find out how racing is perceived by the public - Coward. 397
Brick trick does ' little to help the East-West detente; THE DIKLER The talk of racing. 190
CHATROOM; The best of your emails and texts. 324
Cornelius enjoys question time with Campbell; THE DIKLER The talk of racing. 217
Cricket: Expected wet finish at Lord's could wash away result hopes. 173
Cricket: Take chunky odds about Yorkie Gale. 355
Cricket: Yorkshire's luck could be about to run out; SPREADWISE. 241
Cycling: Liberated Kloden looks dangerous; TOUR DE FRANCE. 418
Dog Racing: Alf continues to defy the years. 142
Dog Racing: Childs quits Oxford for taste of the open road. 254
Dog Racing: Greyhound found shot in Scotland. 98
Dog Racing: Magna can force the pace again. 247
Dog Racing: Produce will be Westmead Lord's principal target for rest of year. 418
Football: Mikel Alonso 5-2 to outscore brother. 92
Football: Shatskikh a massive boost for Uzbeks. 154
Football: Unstable Derry can pay the price against Pyunik; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 246
Godolphin plan Vintage raid with Rio De La Plata. 595
Golf: 5-2 McIlroy the boy who will one day become king; THE OPEN. 423
Golf: Dead-eye Jim ready to tame great course; GOLF THE OPEN European Tour professional Jamie Spence believes Jim Furyk can claim the Claret Jug. 701
Golf: Dead-eye Jim ready to tame great course; THE OPEN European Tour professional Jamie Spence believes Jim Furyk can claim the Claret Jug. 701
Golf: Fasth can challenge the bleedin' obvious; SPREADWISE. 362
Golf: Former champ could be worth siding with; SPREADWISE. 555
Golf: I'M THE DADDY; Bullish Tiger forces bookies to run for cover. 675
Golf: JEREMY CHAPMAN'S FORMGUIDE 12 YEARS OF THE OPEN; THE OPEN. 2826
Golf: Layers right to be wary of Pod; THE OPEN. 171
Golf: Pettersson great value among the early skirmishes; THE OPEN. 633
Golf: Pod the pick of the press box pundits; WHAT THE MEDIA SAY. 1117
Golf: Progressive Dougherty best of the home guard; THE OPEN. 872
Golf: Rejuvenated Kenny is the man to bank on Stateside; US TOUR. 798
Golf: TIGER POISED FOR OPEN HAT-TRICK; THE OPEN Fasth's sizzling summer makes him main danger to favourite. 1881
Golf: Wild Goose has to be opposed with high-class duo Westwood and Fasth; GOLF THE OPEN. 748
Hills fear freeze; MUSIC. 82
Horse Racing: 'The gift shop is overwhelmed by t-shirts, caps and other souvenirs dedicated to the new stallion. Sunday Silence has been relegated to a back corner' BLOODSTOCK DESK TAKING STOCK Rachel Pagones reports on Shadai's heavy promotion of Deep Impact in the face of Sheikh Mohammed's moves to make his Darley operation a significant player in the Japanese market. 1345
Horse Racing: 2008 Flat season will start with Lincoln after all. 321
Horse Racing: Accounts missing in National Stud report; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 664
Horse Racing: Adamant Approach makes it 13 at 13; KILLARNEY MONDAY. 397
Horse Racing: Adamant Approach makes it 13 at 13; KILLARNEY. 396
Horse Racing: BANKERS OR BLOWOUTS? TRADING POST. 413
Horse Racing: Big fine for Farrant as runner races without weight cloth. 234
Horse Racing: Bothar Na goes for Killarney hurdle win. 259
Horse Racing: Catlin the star of the show with treble; WOLVERHAMPTON. 302
Horse Racing: Classy Conna Castle sets up Plate bid; KILLARNEY. 345
Horse Racing: Dancing Storm does it nicely to shorten Kittow's trip home; BRIGHTON. 565
Horse Racing: Del Mar and Saratoga twin jewels in US summer crown; THE VIEW FROM ELSEWHERE. 699
Horse Racing: Desert Dreamer romps in for Chamings; KEMPTON. 317
Horse Racing: Dylan Thomas has best credentials; Big-race trends. 210
Horse Racing: Expect a Trolley good show today. 184
Horse Racing: Gallantry 'in rude health and has decent draw' 3.20 Lingfield EBF Paul Kelleway Memorial Classified Stakes 1m ATR Card page 41. 461
Horse Racing: HFL sale provides pensions solution. 479
Horse Racing: Horseracing income not enough for Tote, warns Beaumont. Financial report 748
Horse Racing: Huge bonuses for executive board members. 163
Horse Racing: Hughes: 'bake a bigger cake' with the layers. 787
Horse Racing: In-form trainers Mullineaux and Weymes continue purple patches; BEVERLEY. 597
Horse Racing: It's all change in Cartier standings. 183
Horse Racing: Jones predicts rapid growth in international business. 415
Horse Racing: Lady delivers birthday treat for Meehan; WINDSOR. 334
Horse Racing: Levy Board to consider handover to Jockey Club; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 389
Horse Racing: Mad About You bids to follow up in Flash. 596
Horse Racing: Manduro ripe for inclusion even with doubts over big-race targets; TEN TO FOLLOW TRANSFERS. 1225
Horse Racing: Maraahel 'in great heart, consistent and loves Ascot' KING GEORGE PRICEWISE NEWS UPDATE. 555
Horse Racing: Montpellier to shine back on all-weather; RP RATINGS. 483
Horse Racing: Myboycharlie heads 'gang of four' juveniles who can take high rank; HORSEMEN PASSING BY. 1307
Horse Racing: New sire Lion Heart proves popular in a cautious session; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 302
Horse Racing: Not so zany to go with Youmzain at a tempting 16-1; KING GEORGE PRICEWISE. 818
Horse Racing: Promising Irish mare Chico Time tops charts; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 324
Horse Racing: Rainbow Crossing sure to revel in testing conditions. 118
Horse Racing: Raven's heads Gosden juvenile benefit; YARMOUTH. 283
Horse Racing: Report reveals Ricketts' earnings. 124
Horse Racing: Sakhee's Secret 5-2 favourite for Dutch Art rematch at Haydock. 488
Horse Racing: Short-priced backers caught out again by deceptive Brighton; TRADING POST TRADING REPORT. 416
Horse Racing: Sourire has right profile to boost nursery score for Prescott; TRADING POST. 778
Horse Racing: Training centres Yes Meg ready to give positive response on switch to handicaps; RP RATINGS. 596
Horse Racing: YESTERDAY'S HIGHS AND LOWS ON BETFAIR; TRADING POST. 341
IN BRIEF: Culhane stands down. 81
IN BRIEF: Fallon given all-clear. 117
Letter: Over-racing an issue. 265
Letter: RGT publicity praise. 102
Letter: RGT publicity praise. 102
Letter: Squeeze the punters. 247
Letter: Thanks all round. 121
Letter: Viewing a turn-off. 160
Making the best of it - by the book; The Wednesday column. Column 862
More rain prompts second inspection at Cartmel. 246
Osborne's high hopes for Geordieland in Goodwood Cup with Yeats absent; BIG-RACE UPDATE. 592
PICK OF THE DAY; Golf: The Open Preview BBC2, 11.20pm. 283
Premierbet blames 'technical issues' for failure to pay winning punters. 391
Tennis: Cilic bang may be too loud for low Wawrinka. 327
What will make Nicky whinge? BIG BROTHER. 154
Win pounds 1,000 at the Open; GOLF GENIUS. 522

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