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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (June 17, 1998)

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10 year trends: Exclusive has it all to herself; First it was a knighthood, now Stoute can prepare for his Coronation. 1016
A dream comes true for Grassick. Stakes, Ascot 393
All our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 165
Barbados trainer seeks British licence. 149
Better step in at 20-1!; Six-year-old looks good each-value in Bessborough but it may pay to have win bet on Ganga at 12-1. 699
Betting bureau: Supercal can swoop for Cup; Expect a strong finish from Elsworth filly under smart claimer Pollard. Weber, Emily 798
Bianconi can prove an ace for O'Brien in the Jersey Stakes. 330
Bint Allayl can star for Dettori; LAMBOURN. 278
Bint Allayl has score to settle; QUEEN MARY STAKES; Filly in rematch with Pipalong. 568
Borna back to defend Oaks title. Fortune, Michael 219
Brooks rules out return to training; Former Uplands resident turns down offer to help Loder. Masters, Rodney 376
Cape Pigeon has run his last race. 181
Cecil's swift acknowledgment deserves the Seal of approval; The way Cecil ensured that his lass had her day was a breath of fresh air, and says much for how Cecil values his team. 671
Conditions should prove ideal for Gosden's Sabadilla; BESSBOROUGH HANDICAP. Chapman, Matt 342
Cricket: A lot to like about 8-15 Lancashire. Lavelle, Alex 248
Dettori 4-9 to be top rider. 105
Diktat bids to assert authority; JERSEY STAKES. 625
Diktat can rise to the occasion; NEWMARKET. 423
Dog dies as it earns an inquiry. 91
Dr Fong is looking the business; Cecil colt storms back to form as he claims the scalps of two Classic winners in style of potential champion miler. Lees, Jon 754
Fahey hunts spot in the big time. Richards, Tim 541
Faithful steals thunder the show; Reid upsets pecking-order as favourite fails to fire. 581
Football: Colombian pessimistic. 154
Football: Italy impossible to oppose at 1-2; Sports Betting. 659
Football: Lions lack bite so sell cards; Sports Betting; Cautious Cameroon's new approach inspires the play. 413
Football: Rely on Acosta's aces; Salas and Zamorano can give Chile hope of avoiding Brazil in second round. Worwood, Mark 620
Football: Scots odds-on to qualify; Burley strike keeps 8-13 Scotland in with a shout. 503
Frankie just flying!; Hunt Cup on Dettori's hit list after explosive first-day double. 576
Glorosia to reappear at weekend. 137
Golf: 9-10 Faldo match fit. Chapman, Jeremy 437
Golf: Go for the full Monty at 12-1; THE PAUL KEALY VIEW. Kealy, Paul 397
Golf: Hail Hoch Olympic king at 40-1. Chapman, Jeremy 1047
Golf: Sherborne at 16-1 the best of a bad bunch. Chapman, Jeremy 618
Golf: Side with Tiger at 19 for bold Olympic bid. Chapman, Jeremy 486
GOOD GROUND AFTER DRY SPELL. 120
Greek Dance on his feet. 91
Intikhab puts Godolphin on fast track. Griffiths, Richard 523
Iron Stand compromise. 167
Llewellyn appeal set to be heard. 229
New faces at the Tote. 218
Newmarket gallops: Royal Anthem on song for Cecil. Goff, Tom 257
NOTTINGHAM HARE WOE. 209
O'Brien pair grounded by aircraft fault. O'hehir, Tony 314
Plan-B victory was Plan A for Gosden; BRITANNIA HANDICAP. Dench, Graham 361
Prolix heading for Longchamp. Stoneham, Desmond 320
Red Sea sinks rivals with blistering pace. Chapman, Matt 528
Rose ready to bloom; Godolphin filly looks the Coronation value with conditions in her favour. 1731
Royal Dupre at last?; Alain de Royer-Dupre has carried all before him in French Group races this season, but he has never had a winner in England. Today, Zalaiyka bids to put the record straight in the Coronation Stakes. Reeves, Nick 1100
Savill 'encouraged' by Howarth meeting; BHB chairman puts racing's case to Home Office 'minister for gambling'. 384
SIR ERIC PARKER NAMED AS NEW ROA PRESIDENT. 327
Sittingbourne is all set for a Stag party; Derby casualty Ground Zero aims to bounce back at Swindon. 680
Sparrow set to stay on. 89
SPORT ON TV; VIEW FROM THE SOFA. 127
Star Invader misses cut. 82
Staying test for Johnston's Sinon; QUEEN'S VASE. Cunningham, Graham 326
Stolen vans 'epidemic' at Crayford. 228
Swing along with Pipalong; THE NORTH. 434
Technical hitch hits Britannia coverage. 133
Tennis: Struggling Sampras has a tough task; Sports Betting. Kealy, Paul 252
The early exchanges lacking in fireworks; BETTING ROUND-UP. 323
Tote turnover on the rise. 103
US Grade 3 winner Semoran retired. 127
Weighty burden was too much. Masters, Rodney 680
Why Saturdays are just not the same any more; A VIEW FROM IRELAND. Walsh, Ted 635
Worcester: Daly launches his new career. 209
Zalaiyka takes top billing; CORONATION STAKES. Chapman, Matt 749

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