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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (August 7, 2009)

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'We want to see proactivity from racing'. 493
'What has happened to Setanta highlights that the broadcast env ironment has gone tits up, so a deal like this is truly unprecedented' Dominic Coles, BBC director of sports rights, tells Lee Mottershead racing is still well served by television coverage. 1359
7-1 Parkmore ready to join Puppy Derby elite. 480
A good start is crucial to our season; Q& A Lennie Lawrence, Bristol Rovers director of football. 252
Ayr set to test bend into straight in wake of seven-horse pile-up. 358
BANKERS OR BLOWOUTS? 221
Bastiman keeps faith; IN BRIEF. 90
BB housemates sitting uncomfortably. 90
BBC chief: RUK behind cuts to jumps coverage; Racing channel says it is 'surprised' by claims. 509
Bee star Lauren to have the Cross buzzing. 123
Berriedale expected to bounce back on favoured fast ground. 462
BETTING REPORT. 264
BHA integrity services; LETTERS. 386
Big plans for Bahrain; IN BRIEF. 90
Blades look too sharp for Southgate's misfits; DAN CHILDS'S VERDICT. 204
Bogus tipsters attempting to trade off Racing Post name. 304
Brittain feels step up to Solera trip will suit Jira. 255
Capitalist can come good on sound surface; MATT WILLIAMS on Friday. 792
Capone gunning for quickfire hat-trick; YARMOUTH. 500
Causeway ignited Derby and that's just the start of things to come. 326
Champions should give backers a run for their money; Dan Childs casts his eye over the forthcoming season in Germany. 523
CHATROOM. 234
Cheetahs 13-8 for first win. 237
Cherries in need of a healthy captain; INJURY BRIEFING. 214
College cut to 8-1 after record run. 532
Combined force must tackle the real enemy. 349
Cowell hoping drop back in trip helps High Spice. 982
Cutlass Bay to miss rest of season. 226
Dangerous Drogs could rock Rovers; IRISH FOOTBALL. 320
Delighted Halford notches first treble; Star performance Marc Halford - for riding his first treble. 449
Depleted Arlington raiding party doesn't look to hold chance in a Million; Day five sees Nicholas Godfrey take a breather as he looks forward to tomorrow's Arlington Million in Chicago. 1254
Dobbin to send Coral Cup second Mirage chasing. 234
Don't treat the betting industry as a sitting duck; LETTERS. 310
Eyecatching performances noted by our expert race analysts. 353
Fable rewards long trips for enthusiastic owners; BRIGHTON. 488
Fahy grabs his chance aboard Balnagore; KEMPTON. 468
Faypoint Man steals show in latest Irish Derby heats. 347
Fourth win of season is some feat for Tiger; HAYDOCK. 499
France Galop's swine flu action. 238
Government action offers the best hope for racing. 747
Government must 'wake up' insists tax expert. 338
Hoffenheim can challenge; SPECIALS. 291
Horse in focus ... Native Ruler. 253
HORSE PLAY Just for the fun of it. 310
Hughton 2-1 to stay at helm until 2010. 292
Improved bowling may still fall short; HOLDING'S HOTSHOTS. 465
Indian champion Narredu sets sights on Shergar Cup glory. 560
Ireland 7-4 favourites for international showdown. 238
Is Freddie ready? Punters await team news as talisman struggles for fitness. 434
Ladbrokes join online exodus to Gibraltar; Ladbrokes join rival in online Gibraltar move. 813
Ladbrokes join online exodus to Gibraltar; Ladbrokes join rival in online Gibraltar move. 806
Langtry now as short as 6-1 for Guineas; LEOPARDSTOWN. 259
Lesters switch opens door to Good Friday. 153
Loch Long earns Irish Champion tilt; SLIGO. 277
Lynch gets best out of Berties Dream; SLIGO. 231
Makin on a roll as Destiny follows up; SANDOWN. 287
Makin on a roll as Destiny follows up; SANDOWN. 486
Media-savvy Stoute rides arab wave. 87
Miserable May leads to reduced div idend return. 436
Mulrennan gets 16-day ban and sits out York. 190
Nana Rose 'a great result' for Creaners; GOWRAN PARK. 308
No justice - and no experience required. 137
No stalemates on pitch for 13 years. 93
No steering is no problem for Sweeney; BATH. 446
Oxx will take it step by step with Sea The Stars. 347
Penny drops at last for Marine Spirit; FOLKESTONE. 288
PICK OF THE DAY. 163
Point Of Light and Jessop look class act; BATH. 235
Ponting set to silence Headingley boo-boys. 618
pounds 1m Firm prepares for big financial hit if Red Merlin wins Ebor; Firm prepares for big financial hit if Red Merlin wins Ebor. 255
Pressure is on Boro to get off to a flyer. 464
Prior emerging as a pair of safe hands for hosts. 261
Punishment leaves Chester on the brink. 180
QUESTION OF THE DAY What do you think of Rob Hughes's call to think twice about betting with offshore bookmakers? 274
QUESTION OF THE DAY Who will win the Championship? 154
Reds could repel French raiding party. 287
SOS target press in new campaign. 295
Street Cry heads Darley's Australian team. 288
THE STATS THAT MATTER. 245
Tips box Belle looks a Newmarket beauty. 672
TODAY. 239
Tony can star as Irish bandwagon stops at Dundalk. 448
Toon a big price for victory at Baggies; BETTING BRIEFING. 226
Topping is spot-on; LETTERS. 234
Turner warms up for Shergar role with a double-double; YARMOUTH. 595
WEB ALERT. 229
Winner pounds 2,000; Runner-up pounds [...]. 122
Worcester inspection; IN BRIEF. 109

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