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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (September 27, 2007)

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BANKERS OR BLOWOUTS? TRADING POST. 378
Bobering looks on handy mark in bid for his course hat-trick; RP RATINGS. 469
CHATROOM; The best of your emails and texts. 268
Class divide too wide for battling Brazilians; WOMEN'S WORLD CUP. 239
Cycling: Gusev should be well suited to hilly course; WORLD CUP 11.30am, Eurosport. 201
Dog Racing: Duke line shines again as Mars stars in Derby; BREEDING LINES. 468
Dog Racing: Hove visit tonight for Dame Vera. 134
Dog Racing: How Whelan duo forged a dynasty; BREEDING LINES. 309
Dog Racing: Lame Cigar a Festival doubt. 214
Dog Racing: Layers play safe with Barnfield for Laurels; Betting news. 276
Dog Racing: Leger for Louis, but Frisby and Kid pass. 318
Dog Racing: Puppy Cup dominated by Droopys progeny; BREEDING LINES. 332
Dog Racing: Romford just champion for Kildare breeders; BREEDING LINES. 193
Dog Racing: Weather storms home at Stow. 259
Dog Racing: Wimbledon 'test' next for Collar ace; Belle Vue report. 359
Football: Baffling treatment of injured players. 134
Football: Blues' cruise grants Avram first victory. 498
Football: Confident Halifax have the edge; YORK v HALIFAX STEVE DAVIES'S VERDICT. 145
Football: Don't bank on Betis to roll over in the capital; REAL MADRID v REAL BETIS. 340
Football: Get set for a corker at KitKat Crescent; YORK v HALIFAX. 514
Football: Halifax attack won't waste any time; SPREADWISE. 243
Football: PUNTERS RECKON ORANJE BOSS MAY TURN BLUE. 254
Football: Rafa wrong to give Torres so much time on the sidelines. 245
Football: Sky Blues land 10-1 stunner. 121
Football: Torres 6-4 to repeat hat-trick feat in Premier. 391
Goffs adds extra day for sale in November; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 338
Golf: 13-8 Ochoa to rock punters' world; US TOUR GOLF LPGA GOLF Golf Channel UK, 8.30pm. 430
Golf: American duo can cause upset; SEVE TROPHY & PRESIDENTS CUP. 246
Golf: Big Easy predictable favourite for Wentworth; SEVE TROPHY & PRESIDENTS CUP WORLD MATCHPLAY. 176
Golf: Cocky Sabbatini can continue his run of impressive results; SPREADWISE. 369
Golf: Fast-improving Overton looks set to hang the DJ; US TOUR GOLF. 436
Golf: McGinley quits to leave Faldo's plans in tatters; SEVE TROPHY & PRESIDENTS CUP. 473
Horse Racing: 'The judge has rather long ears, likely to be sorely tried over the weeks ahead'. 786
Horse Racing: Alma Mater will struggle over longer trip if she races too keenly again; TRADING POST. 706
Horse Racing: BANKERS OR BLOWOUTS? TRADING POST. 378
Horse Racing: Bary feels Zambezi Sun 'is really in great shape'. 344
Horse Racing: Breeders' Cup bid considered for Passage Of Time. 115
Horse Racing: Burntoakboy on track for Ces despite setback. 230
Horse Racing: Cautionary warning despite healthy Keeneland aggregate; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 680
Horse Racing: De Seroux and Jackson case settled; BLOODSTOCK DESK. 404
Horse Racing: Fairley begins to open up gap on rivals in race to be top apprentice. 614
Horse Racing: Finishing touches put to Fanshawe pair ahead of Ascot tasks; Newmarket gallops. 434
Horse Racing: Gulf Express has 'definitely improved' RACE OF THE DAY Live on RUK 3.50 PONTEFRACT Dalby Screw-Driver Handicap (1m2f). 424
Horse Racing: Kingsgate heads Abbaye market. 288
Horse Racing: Kirklees to step back into Group company; GOODWOOD. 634
Horse Racing: Last-ditch effort to end Dundalk row. 241
Horse Racing: Lee times it to perfection as Caipiroska lands the spoils; PERTH. 549
Horse Racing: LIKE A ROLLING STONE; Interview John Gosden He may have given up his nomadic ways, but St Leger-winning trainer John Gosden has not stopped moving forward. Here, he tells Steve Dennis about the 'big ugly brute' who got him noticed, the course he charted towards settling a score for his family at Epsom, and his vision for the future of training in Britain. 2550
Horse Racing: Mentor Chapman a good man to learn from - Nicholls. 522
Horse Racing: No fluke this time as Bobby Rose scores; KEMPTON. 467
Horse Racing: Owner keen to run City Leader in Royal Lodge; WEEKEND UPDATE. 712
Horse Racing: Pletcher's confidence in Lawyer. 149
Horse Racing: QEII blow as O'Brien rules out George Washington; Excellent Art set to be Ballydoyle No.1 in Ascot showpiece. 502
Horse Racing: Questions unanswered over George's likely defection; TRADING POST TRADING REPORT. 524
Horse Racing: Relief for Kenny as Rockys keeps race to become her first winner; DOWNPATRICK. 394
Horse Racing: Six defendants make first court appearance. 412
Horse Racing: Soap Wars to clean up after pleasing Curragh effort. 133
Horse Racing: Title-chasing Fairley has second double in three days; REDCAR. 539
Horse Racing: Twiston-Davies always fast out of the starting blocks; Watching the trainers. 406
Horse Racing: Warwick facing prospect of action over unsafe ground. 409
Horse Racing: WHAT THE JURY WAS ASKED. 166
Horse Racing: YESTERDAY'S HIGHS AND LOWS ON BETFAIR; TRADING POST. 306
Lawn Tennis: Layer slams Thailand farce. 252
Motor Racing: Pat Symonds. 250
NEWS IN BRIEF: Cool is Keefe-owned. 132
NEWS IN BRIEF: Flying Foxwatch. 106
NEWS IN BRIEF: Irish Laurels latest. 197
PICK OF THE DAY; York v Halifax Setanta Sports 1, 7.30pm. 226
PLAY darts with Phil Taylor. 274
Questions unanswered over George's likely defection; TRADING POST TRADING REPORT. 524
Rugby League: Trust Widnes to do it right; WIDNES v HALIFAX 7.30pm, Sky Sports 3. 223
Rugby Union: England are backed to tonk the Tongans; WORLD CUP. 441
Sire's success no flash in the pan; Any Given Saturday is Distorted Humor's latest ace Pedigree analysis. 1632
Snooker: Bumper breaks could be on the cards; SPREADWISE. 173
Snooker: Highest break may fall to sharp Ding; PREMIER LEAGUE. 377
Take original approach to becoming lord of betting ring. 644
Training centres Volumes fancied. 458
Turf TV's partner is hindrance not a help. 788
Weir should be inspired; SPREADWISE. 218
YESTERDAY'S HIGHS AND LOWS ON BETFAIR; TRADING POST. 311

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