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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (September 28, 2011)

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'America's Highclere' back again. 322
'I didn't back him' says Chapple-Hyam after Grandad Mac lands big gamble. 487
Amid a media scrum the Aga's 'real lady' does her elegant turn. 697
Amid a media scrum the Aga's 'real lady' does her elegant turn; Scott Burton joins the world's press on the gallops to see Sarafina put through her paces. 694
Ardglen seeks fast four-timer; RACE OF THE DAY. 294
Away wins only marginally more likely for Chelsea; Kevin Pullein says it's hard to pick holes in the Mestalla prices. 753
Ballydoyle pair fined for laying some of stable's star names. 540
Banking aristocrats still a major European force; THE ROTHSCHILD FAMILY The Rothschilds and the Wertheimers are two powerful families represented in Sunday's Arc. John Randall charts the history of the Rothschilds. 1422
Barcelona 9-4 to enjoy biggest goal glut of night. 384
Barcelona 9-4 to enjoy biggest goal glut of night; FOOTBALL. 384
Bargain buys give owner quick return on investment; Sedgefield David Carr. 485
BASLE FAULTY; United backers' horror as Swiss earn draw at Old Trafford. 269
BATE look totally outclassed. 164
Betfair Jackpot case unresolved. 180
Blue Bee defies tardy start to win opening Leger semi. 367
Blues look vulnerable; CRICKET. 143
Bolelli value to oust novice; TENNIS. 118
Brazilians should have the better of clash of reserves; FOOTBALL. 378
College societies are vital. 407
Coral ring changes; IN BRIEF. 155
Dallas trimmed after close win; NFL. 135
Disciplined Chorley are value; NON-LEAGUE. 124
Dragon for Dewhurst; IN BRIEF. 118
Eriksson toughening up Foxes on the road; DOMESTIC. 199
Evergreen and consistent Beckermet does his connections proud yet again. 711
Father and son launch new venture; WEDNESDAY FOCUS. 433
Few worries for runaway leaders; FOOTBALL. 151
Frog Hollow has solid prospects; TIPS BOX. 408
From Epinard to Goldikova - 90 years in the top echelon; FIVE OF THEIR BEST. 203
Germans showing potential. 167
Goals galore are on the cards. 165
Golden Compass going the right way; BEN HUTTON ON WEDNESDAY. 780
Gowran watering in bid to retain its all-star cast. 210
Group favourites may cancel each other out. 463
Gunners crisis is akin to a Greek tragedy; PICK OF THE DAY. 303
Gunners crisis is akin to a Greek tragedy; PICK OF THE DAY. 261
Gunners set to brush aside gloomy Greeks. 422
Gunners set to brush aside gloomy Greeks; ARSENAL v OLYMPIAKOS. 411
Hannon looks to go clear in trainers' championship on weekend of riches. 388
Happy returns for Crayford. 165
HORSE PLAY Just for the fun of it. 304
Horses and Chanel brand combine in sweet scent of success; THE WERTHEIMER FAMILY Julian Muscat traces the fascinating history of a famous racing and breeding enterprise that is now in its centenary year. 1298
It's 8s the field for All England. 439
Italy 6-1 to rumble Irish after beating Americans. 304
Long trip points to great North run; TODAY'S POINTERS. 602
Long trip points to great North run; TRADING POST Daily betting insight with Graeme Rodway. 607
McClaren under fire as Forest get thumped. 216
McCoy and Fallon happy to embrace rule change. 1163
Metro motors for Firmager and hits Produce rivals for six. 258
New whip era as racing 'moves with the times'. 986
October a profitable time for Gosden; WATCHING THE TRAINERS. 338
Ogden makes early splash with EUR300,000 son of Montjeu; Ryan McElligott reports on the early exchanges on the opening day of the Goffs Sales. 1006
Pearl win confirms Flat is more than a small club. 970
Playing field hasn't been level - now it's fair for everyone. 179
Playing field hasn't been level - now it's fair for everyone; VIEWPOINT Leading jockey and Post columnist Richard Hughes. 288
Plzen will show plenty of fizz. 165
Porto to pile pressure on Zenit. 163
Porto's philosophy likely to earn dividends in their Russian quest; FOOTBALL. 170
Premier still the 500 pick. 136
Public need to be better informed, says survey. 254
Purchaser Profile. 255
Razldazl's back home Romford puzzled over clockings. 380
Rebrand and refurbish to boost sport's profile; INSIDE TRACK Richard Birch fires the questions. Today Wimbledon owner and Norah Mac Racing Club organiser Ross Banner has the answers. 676
RED-HOT ROBIN 14-1 TO SMASH A GREEK TREBLE; But talismanic striker odds-on to leave by end of next summer. 144
Reliable Man on drift after ground warning but Fairy backed again. 701
Royal first as Queen has horse trained in France. 203
RSPCA: riders could still misinterpret whip changes. 842
Seattle just too slick for Cork rivals. 361
Shakhtar solid on home patch. 161
Stable form has to be a concern for So You Think fans. 812
Stephanie Kate looks attractive on chase debut; ALAN SWEETMAN TODAY'S BEST BETS IN IRELAND. 345
Sweeping away the spineless mish-mash of guidelines; COMMENT Alastair Down welcomes a big step towards resolving a controversial issue. 664
Tasty treble just has to be gobbled up. 385
THE changes to the whip [...]. 112
TIPS BOX; Frog Hollow has solid prospects. 408
TODAY. 285
TODAY. 256
Variety of jumps run-ins will make no difference. 284
Weak field could see a local hero light up the strip; JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE OPEN. 1316
Westwood can mix business and pleasure; DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP. 1611
Willett geared to push stars to the finish; GOLF. 216
Work-riders guilty of laying O'Brien horses. 545

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