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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (July 6, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Anna Pavlova proves a sweet touch for backers after deluge. 535
Ballycullen Boy expected to put up big show if rain holds off. 1042
BEST LONGSHOT; A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun their likely odds. 107
Best nominates Marchand and Gerry as Cup threats. 496
Big day for . . . Jeremy Noseda. 227
CHATROOM; The best of your emails and texts. 233
Cole hopes Percolator can land his third Gallic prize; INTERNATIONAL PREVIEW: FRANCE. 368
Cricket: Bravo to shine with all-round display; SPREADWISE. 210
Cricket: Windies to go out all guns blazing; ASIA CUP FINAL Setanta Sports 1, 11am 5TH ODI Sky Sports 2, 2.30pm. 206
Cycling: Drama as Valverde nails 1.01 Kirchen; TOUR DE FRANCE EURO SPORT 12pm. 465
Durban July ends in second dead-heat; INTERNATIONAL. 80
Elsey on his bike for Racing Welfare; Racing people. 131
Epsom's attempts to raise a song hit a bum note; FEATURES. 482
Football: Hibs face a tough start in bid for a Uefa spot. 313
Football: Ruud still favourite to lead the way. 331
Former rider and trainer Brown jailed for drug offences. 303
French Accordion to put squeeze on opposition. 705
Golf: 4-9 Fisher ends with a flourish. 189
Great beers; BUSINESS MATTERS. 110
Great Scott 1-2 for championship; TV SPECIALS INDY CAR. 151
Haggas duo at head of Bunbury Cup market. 259
Halliday Scholarship search begins at Market Rasen; BUSINESS MATTERS. 171
Halliday Scholarship search begins at Market Rasen; BUSINESS MATTERS. 171
Horse Racing: Are Arkle measures only way to loosen Ballydoyle's grip? CORAL-ECLIPSE. 816
Horse Racing: Nelson continues O'Brien's Group 1 bonanza; CORAL-ECLIPSE. 762
Horse Racing: Pipedreamer set to drop in grade for next start; CORAL-ECLIPSE. 246
Hungarian star stays unbeaten; INTERNATIONAL. 86
I wanted to be Prime Minister - but took up a tougher career option; THE QUESTIONNAIRE. 1029
INTERVIEW: BAGGS OF SUPPORT; Signal sparked a night of true celebration Walthamstow last night honoured Gary Baggs, the Classic-winning former trainer, who is suffering from serious illness. Jonathan Hobbs talked to him about his career and the support he has received. 2687
It's green for go, but where are Twiggy and co? 834
Jockey in freak sauna accident. 364
Jones adds transport to her portfolio; Racing people Focus on those at the heart of the action. 322
Joy for Arena; BUSINESS MATTERS. 118
Kandahar Run and Twice Over warm up for France; Newmarket gallops. 452
King Of Rome heads Derby raiding party; INTERNATIONAL PREVIEW: GERMANY. 384
Lawn Tennis: Five-time Venus over the moon; WIMBLEDON. 349
Lawn Tennis: It could pay to back champ to serve first ace; WIMBLEDON. 304
Lawn Tennis: Little to choose from in today's showpiece final; SPREADWISE. 305
Lawn Tennis: New kid on the block 20-1 for ladies title; WIMBLEDON. 179
Lawn Tennis: Spaniard has skills to take title off Federer; WIMBLEDON BBC ONE 2pm. 555
Mad Rush a class act for Cumani; HAYDOCK. 653
Mandurah and Coumbe click again; HAYDOCK Friday. 453
Master benefits from gelding operation; BEVERLEY Friday. 463
McDonogh has big target for La Sylvia; BELLEWSTOWN Friday. 687
Mill Reef memorabilia under the hammer; Racing people. 161
More trap problems spoil a great HX Show. 493
Motor Racing: Analytical Heidfeld will be happy if it rains; FORMULA ONE BRITISH GRAND PRIX. Interview 628
Motor Racing: Flying Finn ready to notch his first victory; FORMULA ONE BRITISH GRAND PRIX. 510
Motor Racing: Kubica has pace to make top six finish; SPREADWISE FORMULA ONE. 225
Motor Racing: Lewis will have to work hard to lift the mood. 561
Motor Racing: Webber will face a lot of pressure; FORMULA ONE BRITISH GRAND PRIX. 234
Music, fireworks light up the night; Focus on Kempton. 332
My Gacho adds to Johnston revival; LEICESTER. 472
No shocks as Jennifer goes; TV SPECIALS. 252
Northern owner Harry Cooper dies at 95. Obituary 190
Northern two-year-olds are holding an edge over their southern compatriots; TRADING POST Young guns James Pyman on how well northern-trained juveniles are performing. 488
Odds halved on Tory landslide; TV SPECIALS POLITICS. 102
Peterborough next on agenda for smart Hill. 454
PICK OF THE DAY; Dick's Sporting Goods Open Setanta Golf, 6pm. 263
Plenty of midsummer afternoon thrills ahead; COME RACING THIS WEEK. 352
Press The Button responds to Poulton; SALISBURY Friday. 447
Red Rocks in Man O'War with Curlin. 243
Redford favourite for Ascot with Group races on agenda. 249
Rosaleen victory caps double day for Dettori after Regime steps up; CORAL-ECLIPSE SANDOWN. 601
Rugby League: City Reds can dominate their lower-league rivals; DONCASTER v SALFORD NORTHERN RAIL CUP FINAL SKY SPORTS 3 2.45pm. 488
Rugby League: Salford's try minutes add up to value; SPREADWISE. 109
Rugby Union: All Blacks see off Boks in difficult conditions. 162
Russian Flag can improve for longer trip with McCoy on board; TRADING POST. 561
Silks expected to fetch five-figure sum. 262
Stable staff push for ten per cent pay rise. 525
Stick with Wonder to land top Coventry prize. 369
Tips box Hameildaeme can make long trip pay off. 496
Trophy target for Total Gallery; BEVERLEY. 468
Weatherbys robust in face of downturn in banking; BUSINESS MATTERS. 468

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