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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 3, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'If there's rain Gull Wing will take the beating'. 784
A feeble attempt at staging retrial by television. 804
Aqueduct workout points to Big show; PREVIEW: USA Haskell Invitational Stakes G1 Monmouth Pk (1m1f dirt 3yo, 11.14pm) INTERNATIONAL. 522
BANKERS OR BLOWOUTS? TRADING POST. 215
Barbadian claimer Beuzelin rides winner on British debut; NEWMARKET. 582
Berry roll continues with Grethel win; HAYDOCK. 627
BEST LONGSHOT; A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun its likely odds. 121
Big day for . . .Que Piensa Cat. 268
Carlo's pride at top Italian award; Racing people. 193
CHATROOM; The best of your emails and texts. 279
Christmas bookings taken. 115
Classy Battle Paint overcomes time off; DONCASTER. 477
Colts likely to rest stars for friendly; NFL HALL OF FAME GAME Sky Sports 2, 1am. 143
Conditions and track look ideal for consistent Bowder Stone; TRADING POST. 522
Conquest heads a dream one-two for 'lucky' Haggas; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 623
COURSE CIRCULAR. 86
Cricket: Notts look far too strong for the wilting Gladiators. 277
Cricket: Smith leads from the front as South Africa triumph. 296
Darnell becomes new favourite; SUPERBIKES BIG BROTHER. 218
Dispol Kylie gives owner birthday gift; THIRSK. 578
Doubt over Darjina and Sabana as Royer-Dupre hits out at watering; INTERNATIONAL. 1116
Drive to Yarmouth drags, even with Stayin' Alive on the stereo; THE QUESTIONNAIRE. 790
Fabricius wants quality contest to fill hole left if Sussex moves; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 431
Football: Moyes 10-3 to leave his job before end of season. 661
From excess to high style - and all inside a week; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY THE LONGEST WEEK Peter Thomas has had a long week of racing. His liver is bruised - but he's in profit. 919
Golf: More woe for Wie as she fails in Reno. 300
Guineas hope Rainbow ready for Sweet Solera; Newmarket gallops. 399
Harris and Ghunowa strike with Night; BATH. 415
Hill rises above rivals to set standard in Posh Derby. 266
Hill rises above rivals to set standard in Posh Derby. 253
Ice-dance winner Shaw at Sandown. 104
IN TRAY. Website overview 159
Inglis looking better than ever and likely to race for another season. 281
It could be Irish Cesarewitch for P'tit Fute after strong finish at scene of past glory; GALWAY. 776
Jesters joy for Daly as Quinta crashes out. 454
Jet power can take revenge over Cup night conqueror; Open Check. 161
Johnston welcomes steroid decision. 333
Kinane, Holland and Kelly in German Oaks action; INTERNATIONAL. 336
Kiyonari value to deny Bayliss a Kent swansong; SUPERBIKES BRITISH GRAND PRIX Eurosport, 11.30am. 419
Lawn Tennis: Nadal finally claims No. 1 spot off Fed; CINCINNATI MASTERS SKY SPORTS Xtra 8pm. 313
Letter: Huge loss to us all. 91
Letter: Involuntary reaction. 129
Letter: It's hard to get closer. 309
Letter: Racing has much bigger integrity issues than this. 269
Letter: SPs must be considered. 175
Letter: Thanks for supporting Red Shirt Night. 179
Letter: Truth will not go away. 366
Letter: Waiting tactics overdone. 141
Letter: Waste of money. 195
Linda ends Oran run in Oaks final. 92
Lovell-Stagg has Pride of Racing nomination; Pride of Racing. 361
Maiden Lalapaanzi finally finds her feet on polo field. 137
Miliband more likely to fill chancellor role; POLITICS. 218
Motor Racing: HAPPY HAMILTON 4-9 FOR A QUICK TREBLE; Hungary win could demoralise Ferrari. 143
Motor Racing: Lewis all set to complete a hat-trick; F1 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX Itv1 1PM. 573
Motor Racing: Vettel showing enough mettle to get better of struggling Scot; FORMULA ONE SPREADWISE. 347
Mullins the wonderkid's 403-1 treble; GALWAY. 667
Murtagh enjoys Heaven but it's hell for Manning; GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 806
Newmarket judge holds hands up to blunder. 189
O'Brien colts have familiar Classic stranglehold; TRADING POST Young guns James Pyman looks at how Ballydoyle's leading lights will be campaigned. 575
PEOPLE WATCHING. 168
Perfect end to a meeting that lived up to its name in no uncertain terms; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 810
PICK OF THE DAY; Emirates Cup football Sky Sports 2, 1.30pm. 239
Pontefract all set for popular Ladies' Day card this week; COME RACING THIS WEEK. 338
Pride flows for Cole after River Proud overcomes disappointments; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 559
Queen adds Bell to her roster of trainers. 177
Record-equalling eight winners for Murtagh; GLORIOUS GOODWOOD YESTERDAY. 324
Ricketts remembered with annual fellowship. 253
Rugby League: Tide may be about to turn for Quins. 338
Rugby Union: All Blacks fight back. 130
Seaside action takes centre stage in the holiday season; COME RACING THIS WEEK August 4 - August 10. 366
SICK NOTE; Lowdown on horses reappearing after an absence. 281
Simon has new design for life; Racing people Focus on those at the heart of the action. 251
Slam Dunk 'in the form of his life' says Lyons. 696
Soft ground will suit debut winner Road Train Bob. 435
Southpaw's a Scoop6 knockout; NEWMARKET. 87
The Grand Prix dreams of vet Jo; Racing people. 234
THE MONTH IN PICTURES JULY 2008. 128
THE STATS THAT MATTER; TRADING POST. 365
THE THINGS THEY SAID; PRIZE CROSSWORD. 365
Tip-top Natagora too good for rival fillies; PRICEWISE. 615
Tips box Everything in place for big run from South Cape. 502
Top Toss gets up to deny Meehan's filly; INTERNATIONAL REPORT: FRANCE Prix de Psyche G3 Deauville. 264
TRADING POST: An in-running nightmare; TRADING REPORT. 100
TRADING POST: Just one of those days; TRADING REPORT. 162
TRADING REPORT; TRADING POST. 267
Two punters scoop huge windfalls. 247
Veteran can show he's not finished; NASCAR PENNSYLVANIA 500 Sky Sports 3, 7pm. 442
War Native earns 2,000 Guineas quotes; NEWMARKET. 545
WIN VIP TOTE EBOR TICKETS; PRIZE CROSSWORD. 355

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