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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (November 20, 1998)

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'Sparkling' Big Matt bidding to make it third time lucky. Chapman, Matt 325
10 To Follow: Seven on the mark for early leader. 273
5 FOR FUN. 100
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 289
Betting Bureau: Aerion on handy mark; Back-from-injury hurdler looks a worthy favourite for Ascot's televised handicap. Barr, Andrew 550
BHB stretches a point to reopen Rasen race. 173
Bradley comes in for the ride on Or Royal. Chapman, Matt 313
CORK: Merry hell for Shane; Hill Society awarded race as rider takes wrong route on Dreaper ace. 818
Cricket: Aussies the pick. Bainbridge, Peter 226
Curtis out to cash in on classy Nest egg; Big-race victory at Ascot tomorrow would give affable trainer a higher profile. ASHFORTH, Interview DAVID 1085
Death of Raymond Cross, 70. 193
Dettori admits blame for Swain defeat. Greene, Graham (English writer) 453
Fallon seeks personal best. 82
Football: Hod 4-5 to go; England's win fails to raise layers' opinion. Worwood, Mark 641
Golf: Layers take a shine to Tiger. Bainbridge, Peter 405
Good Lord's chasing bow. 246
Greyhounds: Back on-song Tenor to triumph; Open Check. Kay, Jonathan 426
Greyhounds: Grants on the agenda to aid pro trainers. Palmer, Mike 342
Greyhounds: Harlow hits owners with costly trials. Palmer, Mike 280
Greyhounds: Northern Flat. 86
Greyhounds: Shelbourne to keep its grass. Fortune, Michael 292
Investigator who nailed impostor backs Jockey Club verdict. Smurthwaite, Tony 440
It would save time if they had a court in session at Newbury. Ashforth, David 797
Jacobs is banned 10 years: EVENTS THAT LED TO BAN. 189
Jacobs' 10-year worldwide ban; Racing casts out Puerto Rican ex-professional for posing as an amateur. Smurthwaite, Tony 649
Kerawi holding a strong hand; Gerald Delamere's View. Delamere, Gerald 264
LAMBOURN: Badrinath looks worth a punt. Goff, Tom 185
LAMBOURN: Sherwood gelding due change of luck. Deacon, Nick 334
Letter: Winning systems. Cade, B D 300
McCoy handed iron fist inside velvet glove. Wright, Howard 330
Morrison loses appeal. 96
NFL: Atlanta primed for heavy tally. Toseland, Bob 242
NFL: IG give AFC Bowl nod. 175
NFL: Minnesota can punch Packers; BOB TOSELAND GIVES HIS VERDICT ON SUNDAY'S WEEK 12 CLASHES IN THE NFL. Toseland, Bob 1377
NFL: Steelers hold edge. Toseland, Bob 460
No transfer joy for Spurs. 108
O'Callaghan loses appeal over Green Seal ruling. Greene, Graham (English writer) 365
Osborne clears the final hurdle. Smurthwaite, Tony 404
Peslier jocked up for jumps race. Walthew, Kate 256
Pricewise: Step in for the 10-1 Neat Feat; Recent Wincanton winner to follow up under light weight. Segal, Tom 428
Quietly flows the don with winning formula. Cunningham, Graham 683
SEDGEFIELD: Captain makes a perfect start. Russell, Colin 408
So who fitted up Peter Savill? Wright, Howard 704
SPORT ON TV: PICK OF THE DAY. MILLINGTON, Comments BRUCE 95
Staying hurdle poses problems for punters. Chapman, Matt 385
Sunday crowds climb. Wright, Howard 686
Suny Bay rated the top chaser; Hennessy bid still in balance as Sherwood star heads the ratings. Chapman, Matt 380
Tennis: Pierce hits prime form; Back on-song French ace to repeat last-eight win over Hingis in New York. Humphries, Adrian 314
The galloping gourmet; In recent weeks, Clement Freud has been cooked breakfast by various trainers, as a way of finding out more about them. Today we have turned the tables - Freud does the cooking, and Alastair Down finds out more about him. Down, Alastair 1343
THE NORTH: Nigel's Lad can motor home. Russell, Colin 295
WARWICK: This Old House full of happy memories. O'Hanlon, Will 546
Wilkins bailed until January 28. 245
WINCANTON: Winner Nicholls slams trainers. Dench, Graham 508
Winkworth buys Weedon yard. Briggs, Roy 259

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