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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (October 31, 1998)

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10 year trends: Dorcet set to lord it over his Ascot rivals. 954
5 for fun. 120
Akehurst yard close to sale. Smurthwaite, Tony 217
All our yesterdays. Ennor, George 168
Ascot: Daly is aiming higher with Sail By The Stars. Goff, Tom 648
Banks eyeing two cracks at big prize. Chapman, Matt 345
Betting Bureau: Leaves to lick rivals. Barr, Andrew 720
Bienamado ready for Group 1 test; Chapple-Hyam colt out to enhance his Derby claims in Criterium de Saint-Cloud. Stoneham, Desmond 478
Boxing: Hamed punt best at Hills. Kealy, Paul 456
Boxing: Hamed to drop Rocket in four. Kealy, Paul 589
Boxing: Wenton has no chance against 7-2 Barrera. Kealy, Paul 516
Celebre stud fee set at Ir65,000gns; Arc hero commands highest fee of new Coolmore intake. Griffiths, Richard 460
Charlie laid for Eclipse. Meldrum, Peter 116
Clutching at straws in the Home Office. Haigh, Paul 806
Coombs puts record straight. 157
David Ashforth column: Cyberspace can be a dangerous place. 160
David Ashforth column: That's it, dumped at 89. Everyone is devastated. 818
Dettori speaks out on raiders. 111
Dr Fong makes US bow at Santa Anita. 159
Football: 6-5 Deportivo can bury the upstarts. Davies, Steve 410
Football: Boro to strike Bassett blow; Flawed stars return at Riverside but it should be Gazza who has most to smile about. Johnson, Paul 628
Football: DIVISION ONE TEAM NEWS. 617
Football: Draw best after Blake's progress; Bolton v Sunderland. Johnson, Paul 648
Football: Gullit faces selection headache. 171
Football: Ricard shirts boon; Boro striker's number 19 suggests profit for buyers at 33. Bainbridge, Peter 486
Football: Sampdoria to take a point from Turin; Juventus to miss Davids and Zidane. Worwood, Mark 475
Football: Villareal buy at 0.7 the day's real value. Worwood, Mark 253
Football:Vialli's Chelsea the wise choice; Aston Villa's superb run is set to end as Blues follow up their Worthington Cup triumph. 469
France still without a Breeders' Cup runner. Farley, Dan 299
France: 1,000 aim for Moiava. Stoneham, Desmond 414
Further Flight gets a rousing send-off; Hills family lead tributes to gallant grey after his final race at HQ. Chapman, Matt 682
Generosity can show right spirit. Molvedo 239
Gerald Delamere's View: Therhea the one to trust. Delamere, Gerald 463
Ghoulies a target in low blow betting. 198
Godolphin three for Japan Cup. 219
Golf: 4-1 Montgomerie eyes sixth title. Kealy, Paul 518
Honest Men can be trusted; Paul Johnson's weekend preview. Johnson, Paul 522
Hurdling aim for Johnston's Yavana's Pace. 157
Ireland: His Song on discovery mission. O'Hehir, Tony 223
Ireland: Imperial Call is enjoying his life in the slow lane. O'hehir, Tony 401
Istabraq finally makes his return; Swan: "He's given me a better feel than last year". O'hehir, Tony 523
IT'S FRIGHT NIGHT FOR THESE TWO; Hakkinen and Hamed the Halloween dream double. 80
Italy: Clean sweep for German raiders. Suborics, Andreas 180
Lambourn: Buddy can prove the punters' pal; View from the training centres. Masters, Rodney 250
Marello's chasing option if she fails to sparkle. Griffiths, Richard 417
Melbourne Cup countdown: Taufan's Melody raging and ready; Caulfield Cup hero nearly puts trainer on injury list. Byrne, Alan 531
More joy for Little's lucky lads; Paul Johnson's weekend preview. Johnson, Paul 255
Motor racing: Hill set to steal the show at 40-1; Conspiracy theorists to have a field day as top two go head-to- head in decider. Davies, Steve 1024
Motor racing: Take it easy as F1 roars to close. Davies, Steve 228
Murphy's big two `better than ever'. Chapman, Matt 418
Newcastle: Camacho's treasure Ruby. Gilpin, Ray 502
Newmarket: Shfoug signs off in fighting style. Goff, Tom 622
Newmarket: Silver Rhapsody for St Simon success; View from the training centres. Goff, Tom 312
No problems at five meetings. 315
Off The Leash. Muttley 319
Open Check: Ceekay can lay Laurels to rest. Kay, Jonathan 428
Or Royal lined up for Exeter showpiece; Champion owner wants his star to run in Haldon Cup. Chapman, Matt 349
Osborne returns; to the racetrack; After a tumultuous 12 months - which included serious injury, arrest and the death of John Durkan - life returns to normal. Masters, Rodney 666
Pricewise: In-form Monarch a; super bet at 14-1. Collier, Melvyn 1221
Robb's new term on Levy. Wright, Howard 143
Robin Oakley's racing week: Out on the Downs with the man in the yellow shirt. Oakley, Robin 968
Rugby League: Britain just great; Goodway's stars can win off scratch so look good with two start. Kelly, Francis 594
Rugby Union: Andrew's homeboys so strong with four. 482
Rugby Union: Go with Western; Buy holders at 1.5 to confirm superiority over Blue Bulls. Worwood, Mark 528
Same road, new star in the box; Escartefigue our main hope as the season hots up at Wetherby and Ascot; Our runners are not 100 per cent. Nicholson, David 1223
Silk ready to do himself justice; Former top novice chaser is reported "fit enough to win" by his new trainer Paul Nicholls on his return from a 576-day absence. Chapman, Matt 449
SPORT ON TV; PICK OF THE WEEKEND. DAVIES, Comments STEVE 204
Super Coin heading for Murphy's; Mildmay of Flete winner in fine form says trainer. 243
Tennis: Krajicek to gun down Sampras. Davies, Steve 219
The North: Johnston juvenile has big chance; View from the training centres. Russell, Colin 351
The things they said. 658
This horse could be my best ever; Escartefigue sets out today on the road to the Gold Cup with this reference from his illustrious trainer . . . Dench, DAVID NICHOLSON/Graham 113
Three is going for six. 398
Time to renew old acquaintances. Masters, Rodney 439
Tommy Cullen dies. 86
Top Cees has Coral on agenda. 161
Towcester: Foot-perfect Ardrina jumps to her task. Lester, Geoff 499
Tranmere revival to gather pace; Paul Johnson's weekend preview. Johnson, Paul 629
TV Trophy ace booked for the Stow. Cremin, Jim 341
Walwyn backing for redevelopment veto. 141
Watch Jo go at Shelbourne. Fortune, Michael 244
Wetherby: Wyer doubles up to maintain golden run. Cunningham, Graham 472
Wigan are peerless at evens; Paul Johnson's weekend preview. Johnson, Paul 357
Wind cut for Champion bid. 204
Wise up to all da Yank speak. 221
Wolverhampton: Sihafi goes for a place in history. Chapman, Matt 227
Young stars vying for early initiative; Escartefigue and Boss Doyle cross swords as the long road to Gold Cup glory starts with the Charlie Hall Chase. Griffiths, Richard 606

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