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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (January 2, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Lenzio' catches eye with talent and toughness; Robin Oakley's diary. Oakley, Robin 894
49ers can storm into last eight; GREEN BAY PACKERS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ers kick-off 9pm. Toseland, Bob 348
5 for fun. 134
All our yesterdays. Ennor, George 138
Antony has all the answers. 303
Armour set to score at Rye; Marathon is the highlight of a superb Sunday card. 425
Arsenal best of big guns again. 493
Ayr inspection as rain threatens; SOFT-GROUND PERFORMERS CENTRE STAGE. Chapman, Matt 267
Ban adds to Johnson's misery; CATTERICK. Brown, Gordon 447
Bath set for more misery. Worwood, Mark 394
Big date for Talbot. 133
Bills fancied to shade it on handicap; BUFFALO BILLS at MIAMI DOLPHINS kick-off 5.30pm. Toseland, Bob 301
Bloodless win hints at bright future for Norski; EXETER. King, Andrew 367
BLUES TO FORCE REPLAY. 95
Bold Gait can notch hat-trick; Newmarket. Milnes, David 243
Bunker 33-1 for Derby bid. 177
Burgess coasts in. 157
Cara bounces back to land the odds; TRAMORE. 370
Cherrymore is the pick at 8-1; Dunwoody booking for Pitman-trained low; weight takes eye, but City Hall saver advised. 660
Cherrymore ripe for winning return; LAMBOURN. Masters, Rodney 306
CONFERENCE CHALLENGE. 235
Consistent Topton set to go close: Jimmy Quinn marks your card; Draw the main worry in All-Weather Final. Quinn, Jimmy 563
Cowboys set to deck the Cards; ARIZONA CARDINALS at DALLAS COWBOYS kick-off 9pm. Toseland, Bob 291
Crosby to spark Weymes double. Russell, Colin 316
David Nicholson column: Hurdlers in the spotlight today. Nicholson, David 1253
Devil better at track he knows. 304
Drama makes US debut. 104
Dream backed for Ladbroke. Clower, Michael 306
Dunwoody upbeat over sponsorship. 116
First bets at a pitch sold by auction. Lees, Jon 427
Fulham to do the Cup double on sad Saints; Shocks may be few and far between but Keegan's aces look big at; 4-1 to make it Dell hell for Jones; PAUL JOHNSON'S GUIDE TO THE THIRD ROUND MATCHES. Johnson, Paul 2303
Gong could be hard to beat; In-form Henderson and Fitzgerald turn their attention to Challow Hurdle victory. Chapman, Matt 469
Gregory value to topple sorry Adams. 633
Greyhound news. 305
Irish Festival hope To Your Honour makes quick-fire reappearance; NAAS. 284
IT'S GRAHAM v GRAHAM. 96
Johnson referred over whip; Jathib ban takes him past 15-day barrier. Lees, Jon 461
Johnston starts the year in style; LINGFIELD. Coleman, Tony 422
Letters. 288
Maguire: I'm as good as ever. Chapman, Matt; Cunningham, Graham 617
Mallorca magic at generous 5-4. Worwood, Mark 366
McCarthy grabs first treble; LEICESTER. O'Hanlon, Will 394
Murphy teams up with Collier Bay. 232
Murray off the mark; PLUMPTON. Ennor, George 391
My brand new idea - just sell it like it is. Haigh, Paul 816
No hiding place for poor Vale. Worwood, Mark 625
Noble Thyne put down. 111
Patriots get vote in battle of crocks; NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS kick-off 5.30pm. Toseland, Bob 275
Player to take star role. Barr, Andrew 694
Rangers ripe for supremacy buy. Pullein, Kevin 381
Rebecca warms up for Stayers' CHELTENHAM. Cunningham, Graham 735
Rightsaidfred can be a hit. Wright, Howard 369
Scott weighs in for punters. Lees, John 358
Sell Jaguars in play-offs. Worwood, Mark 276
Sell points at Gloucester. Worwood, Mark 334
Sound reasons for supporting Derby; MARK WORWOOD'S VERDICT. Worwood, Mark 633
Swan's off to a flying start; FAIRYHOUSE. Sweetman, Alan 447
Take 22-1 about Embassy King. Davies, Steve 461
Take note of Big Five: Football trends; Fine record of top teams in FA Cup must always be heeded. Pullein, Kevin 535
The past week in quotes. 287
The time is right for innovation; David Ashforth column. Ashforth, David 934
Thornton dash for treatment. 193
Times offer a new weapon. 265
Tottenham can deliver more glory to Graham; PAUL JOHNSON'S VERDICT. Johnson, Paul 494
Trainers ready to back strap move; Handlers offer cautious welcome for compulsory declaration. Lees, Jon 528
TV row likely to resurface if Ayr is lost. Wright, Howard 245
United to take sweet revenge; Ferguson convinced his men can reverse recent form with Robbo's Teessiders. Davies, Steve 435
Unlucky 13 for faltering Celtic. Johnson, Paul 477

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