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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (September 8, 1998)

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10 to Follow: Ay-Gee-Cee in the swim. 95
250-1 shot sure to run. 152
All our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 184
American Football: Hobert to miss rest of season. Toseland, Bob 261
Arab Racing: Foreign raids end in glory. Johnson, Mark 609
Bertolini heads entries. Lawrence, David 362
Better Betting: Lujain has Guineas potential; TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Heaney, Ian 421
Better Betting: Sprinters' crown up for grabs; THREE-YEAR-OLDS-PLUS; Fast-improving Tamarisk now a real threat to disappointing Elnadim as speed king. Curtis, Paul 932
Betting Bureau: Bandit to call shots. Barr, Andrew 423
Changes will allow betting ring to thrive. Ashforth, David 311
Football: Blues off colour. 239
Football: Borough the bankers; Count on Cardiff at 10-11. 397
Football: City record points to goals buy at 3.0. Bainbridge, Peter 306
Football: Hills keep faith in 2-5 England for Euro test. Bainbridge, Peter 405
Football: Sunderland to blow out City's lights. Worwood, Mark 427
Fortune on trial for Sangster job. Griffiths, Richard 361
Golf: 9-4 Clarke on a roll. 153
Golf: Larsson cheap at City's 2.5. 122
Golf: Sandy eyeing up silverware. Worwood, Mark 250
Good signs for start of sales. 116
Holland lands second ton; HAMILTON. 533
Inseparable set fair; Mark Your Card. Cullinan, Mel 1799
Jockey Club delays Jacobs action. 216
Johnston confident over Trigger. 208
Letters: Conditional. 466
Lord rules in Regency. 228
Lowther joins Eyre. 117
Mirror Group sacks Taylor. 96
Muir's high hopes as Almaty bids to get back on track; LEICESTER. 266
NAB loses battle with Levy Board; National Joint Pitch Council can now implement radically reformed set of rules. Ashforth, David 914
Noseda gains in St George switch. Goff, Tom 356
Now it's Tamarisk's turn; Green Desert colt is the latest sprinter to stake championship claim. Morris, Tony 979
Open Check: 7-1 Low can sail in! 504
Open Check: System stands by as reserve. 162
Pricewise: Contrary Mary a beauty at 14-1 with her low draw. 316
Ruby's roll continues on Honey; GALWAY. 473
Rugby Union: Saracens impress. 142
Savill plans to steal financial show. Jackson, Bruce 271
Sea Wave to miss St Leger; Classic market turned upside down after favourite is re-routed to France. Goff, Tom 816
Select aim for House. 206
Shahtoush in line to run in Irish Champion; Oaks winner set to tackle Swain, One So Wonderful and Xaar. O'hehir, Tony 432
Tennis: King Alex the nap. Humphries, Adrian 402
Twenty great and small ways to provide creatures comfort. Haigh, Paul 834
View from the Training Centres: Deal Fair looks ace. 797
Winners & Losers: Smart hopes rise as Bathwick stars; BATH. 575
Yavana's faces another big test; Galway: Johnston's first runner at Galway takes on Stage Affair. O'Hehir, Tony 244

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