The Things They Said.
Australian jockey Allan Robinson's view on officialdom lands him a
He's a gelding, so why should I give him Viagra?
US trainer Neal Terracciano feels hard done by after being banned and fined by the New York authorities following Destination House's positive test for the drug
I've no interest in rumours
Trainer Aidan O'Brien dismisses the scare stories surrounding Istabraq before his run in the AIG Europe Champion Hurdle
It's next to impossible to ask any horse to go to Cheltenham five years in a row, never mind winning a SunAlliance Hurdle and four Champion Hurdles-but he was seriously good today
O'Brien pays tribute after Istabraq's smooth success at Leopardstown
The Champion will be a real test, and we're not going there to mess about
Barton's owner Sir Stan Clarke insists Istabraq will not have it all his own way at the Festival
Lisa gave me a stark choice-I give up training and find another job or she won't be coming back
Derrick Morris decides to hand in his licence to save his marriage
Those who work in racing are paying the price for the negligence and greed of those trying to make a quick buck out of the product
Trainer Mark Johnston believes the Lingfield Equitrack is not safe
It's time for the slaves to unshackle themselves from their master, the SP, and adopt a different business methodology
Bob Green, former William Hill boss, suggests a national
pari-mutuel system for Britain
I don't think we should be telling our customers how to bet.
Warwick Bartlett, chairman of the Bookmakers' Committee, dismisses Green's idea
I was delighted with the draw-he should take up needlework!
Winning trainer Michael Chapman takes a pop at TV pundit Steve Taylor, who suggested Chispa had no chance from stall ten
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 27, 2001|
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