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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (July 20, 2008)

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Ace sets the pace at Dundalk. 504
Akarshan proves another winning purchase for Williams; MARKET RASEN. 524
Akarshan proves another winning purchase for Williams; MARKET RASEN. 529
Ayr combines racing with Glasgow Festival; Focus on Ayr July 21 - July 27. 317
BANKERS OF BLOWOUTS? TRADING POST. 245
BEST LONGSHOT; A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun its likely odds. 127
Bolger: New Approach making very good progress. 361
Castroneves is one for the road; INDY CAR Sky Sports 3, 6.30pm. 153
Centaur return one step nearer. 124
CHATROOM; The best of your emails and texts. 282
COURSE CIRCULAR. 342
Cricket: Durham looking to keep up momentum with Uxbridge win. 328
Cricket: Prince keeps Proteas in fine position. 182
Cricket: Tourist runs buyers in Headingley heaven; SPREADWISE. 169
Customer always right: LETTERS. 180
Cycling: Menchov chance worth taking; TOUR DE FRANCE EURO SPORT 11am. 539
Dar Re Mi has a date at Deauville after her luck turns for the better; NEWMARKET. 512
Darts: 4-5 Taylor wonderful value to illuminate Blackpool once again; STAN JAMES WORLD MATCHPLAY SKY SPORTS 1 7pm. 764
Darts: Drama may not point to maximums; SPREADWISE. 211
Darts: Walsh fancied to attack jittery Jaws Mark. 359
DOING IT FOR GARETH; From modest beginnings in Coventry, the Horner family - father Darryl and sons Gareth, Lee and Darryl jnr - have experienced a rollercoaster racing life in Britain, Australia and New Zealand. Matt Chapman charts their story. 1853
Emily and friends provide shelter from the storms; STEVE PALMER AT THE OPEN. 951
Epsom ready to welcome visitors as it puts on its annual open day. 180
Fegentri looks for amateur jump jockeys. 174
Festival set to be Tralee swansong. 325
Flat racing's problem is that there is too much: LETTERS. 256
Fond memories of Monica Dickinson. 212
Foolish Myth deserves some compensation for latest run; TRADING POST. 505
Football: United row brings Barca into picture for Berbatov. 321
Future stars take to the centre stage; COME RACING THIS WEEK What's on. 361
Girls Aloud hit right note with racecourses. 304
Gosden mulls options as Infallible shows all her class; Newmarket gallops. 526
Gosden's zippy Rainbow sparks double; NEWMARKET FRIDAY. 525
GREAT WHITE SHOCK? 500-1 Norman bosses Birkdale. 994
Horse in focus . . . Qrackers. 234
Horse Racing: HERE COMES SNOOPY! Trainer Bowen lands fourth Plate in six runnings of pounds 65,000 prize. 638
Horse Racing: Jargelle joy for Haggas as Hannon is forced to suffer twice. 399
Horse Racing: Lipocco well positioned in Fairyhouse sprint; PRICEWISE. 635
Horse Racing: Moore set to take mount on Ask in King George. 506
Hull star lights up Grey's day. 665
I just can't wait for my favourite tournament to get under way. 540
I'll second that emotion: LETTERS. 177
IN BRIEF: Equiano York-bound. 134
INTERNATIONAL: Head keeps up good work with Racinger; REPORT: FRANCE Prix Messidor G3 Maisons-Laffitte 1m 3yo+. 189
INTERNATIONAL: Lava Man out to prove he's no back number; PREVIEW: USA. 219
INTERNATIONAL: Quijano back home for Adlerflug rematch; PREVIEW: GERMANY. 289
INTERNATIONAL: TRACK TALK US; An A-Z of terminology. 152
Intrepid Jack surprises Morrison with Hackwood success; NEWBURY. 715
It's all set up for Lewis but price is short; FORMULA ONE GERMAN GRAND PRIX itv 1 1pm. 556
IT'S ONE ELLE OF A FINISH. 118
Knot In Wood back to winning form; HAMILTON FRIDAY. 498
Lawn Tennis: Melzer is up against it on home patch. 152
McEvoy may face 'tough decision' over move home. 412
Mediate can be rock steady; THE OPEN. 211
Motor Racing: Webber in good shape to make push for points; FORMULA ONE SPREADWISE. 183
My worst subject was maths - so being a bookmaker was always a non-starter; THE QUESTIONNAIRE. 511
Newbury hoping to attract large crowd to Arabian day. 258
Newbury plays down scuffle after first race. 187
Not selling the product: LETTERS. 348
Passion to shine on super Sunday in Ireland. 140
Pedrosa's participation in doubt; MOTO GP BBC2 & Eurosport, 10pm. 266
PEOPLE WATCHING. 80
Piano Star tunes up for Galway Plate bid; KILBEGGAN FRIDAY. 484
PICK OF THE DAY; Live darts Sky Sports 1, 7pm. 267
Race graduates invited to Curragh meeting. 118
Racing people: Charity gig makes all the right moves. 115
Racing people: Lester opens racing museum. 139
Racing people: Tebbutt gets weighing room send-off. 322
Racing ticket offer to betting shop punters. 384
Rainbow's debut was breathtaking; TRADING POST Young guns James Pyman with three two-year-old fillies to follow during the remainder of the season. 702
Rugby League: Tigers ready to cash in as bans hit Harlequins. 336
Rugby Union: All Blacks head market as Boks stumble in Perth. 151
Scoop6 rolls over to King George day. 95
Shooting the Messenger: LETTERS. 261
SICK NOTE; Lowdown on horses reappearing after an absence. 268
Tate all smiles as Laterly again demonstrates fighting qualities; RIPON. 623
Thanks for all the fantastic support. 172
The art of coaxing a winning streak out of his cave. 809
THE STATS THAT MATTER; TRADING POST. 322
THE THINGS THEY SAID. 373
Tips box Old Romney can prosper from attractive mark. 473
Tote bidders may get green light to examine accounts. 341
TRADING REPORT; TRADING POST. 256
Vet returns to work after reduced suspension. 140
Wachman hopes Contest can recapture Cork form. 940
WAKEY WAKEY; Layers eye dream finish after 500-1 Wakefield stars at Birkdale THE OPEN. 953
Well-backed Efistorm lands tenth win; PONTEFRACT FRIDAY. 570
WIMBLEDON: TRAINERS LEFT STUNNED BY CUTS. 1115
WIN A VIP DAY OUT AT GLORIOUS GOODWOOD. 346
WIN A VIP DAY OUT AT GLORIOUS GOODWOOD. 346

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