YYYY-MM-DD Not Working In UK

The following query works fine against SQL Server 2000 here in the US:

SELECT * from TNEWSARTICLES where CreatedOn < '2003-04-25 14:22'

But in the UK, it returns this error:

80040e07: The conversion of a char data type to a datetime data type
resulted in an out-of-range datetime value

If I change the format to YYYY-DD-MM, then it does work in the UK. But
I was under the impression that the YYYY-MM-DD format will work
regardless of regional date format settings. Is this wrong?

Any help is appreciated
Ted

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