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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (March 12, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
48-hour declaration stage for Group 1 races. Wright, Howard 294
5 for fun. 124
A sure-fire key to the mint. 792
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 201
Betting bureau: Games without peers; Back Richard Lee's charge to bounce back from disappointing effort last time. Fox, Nick 573
Boxing: Lewis dismisses third-round KO. Davies, Steve 374
Business delights Nicholls. 86
Carlisle: Allerbeck joy for Goulding. 487
Celtic Arms found dead in his box. 93
Charm 7-4 for Dubai defence. Greene, Graham (English writer) 237
Cheltenham '99: Banquet entry a 'precaution'. 280
Cheltenham '99: Betrutti holds weights key. 293
CHELTENHAM '99: BETTING SPECIALS. 243
Cheltenham '99: Biliverdin marks Sheena's debut in the big time. O'HEHIR, TONY 499
Cheltenham '99: Dato Star out of Champion; Jefferson's gelding 'not quite right' as big-race acceptors are reduced to 17. O'RYAN, TOM; Griffiths, Richard 420
Cheltenham '99: Irish bookmakers will know their fate today. 152
Cheltenham '99: Maintaining the old traditions - for the new man in charge; Head lad David Cooper has a vital role in preparing Henry Daly's Cheltenham team. Cunningham, Graham 536
Cheltenham '99: Makounji has Arkle as likeliest target. Chapman, Matt 309
Cheltenham '99: Pipe keeps punters guessing with Galant. 257
Cheltenham '99: Racing Channel Festival Focus show to fill void. Greene, Graham (English writer) 294
Cheltenham '99: Waiting with fingers crossed; Tom O'Ryan talks to Norman Williamson, who has a book of rides to die for at next week's Cheltenham Festival. O'Ryan, Tom 1724
Club holds fire on released jockeys; No plans to interview Cochrane or Gallagher in immediate future. Griffiths, Richard 488
Coolmore Stud and John Magnier. 110
Countdown appearance. 107
Festival glory beckons again for evergreen Hills. 389
Football trends: How the odds go astray when teams go away. Pullein, Kevin 836
Football: 13-1 Mission Impossible; Rampant Reds close in on unique treble. Davies, Steve 580
Football: Two more soccer bosses resign. 177
Gallagher's not bitter as he returns a winner. Greene, Graham (English writer); O'HANLON, WILL 445
Gold Cup: Dorans Pride looks made to measure; Final climb a concern for Teeton Mill. Topspeed 1006
Golf: Bickerton hard to resist at 2-1. Kealy, Paul 402
HK Cup contest is taking shape. 186
Howard Wright: Gosden takes the field. Wright, Howard 83
Howard Wright: Morning Line misses Post. Wright, Howard 107
Howard Wright: Pitches now an asset. Wright, Howard 142
Howard Wright: Shortsighted to snub two-day declarations. Wright, Howard 369
Howard Wright: The bear necessities... Wright, Howard 156
JOCKEYS ON THE SIDELINES. 193
Kempton puts end to all-weather option. 190
Kentucky plan for Franc. Stoneham, Desmond 228
Lambourn Open Day attractions. 96
Lambourn: Druid's Brook set for Military gains. 265
Late decision on Legend bid. 116
Letter: Cornered. Quigley, Paul 160
Letter: Refs not living up reputation. Foot, Richard 158
Lord Gyllene is out for season; Injury rules out 1997 National winner from repeat bid. 243
McCoy top of Teeton wanted list; Champion first in line for big-race ride if Williamson opts for Nick Dundee. Smurthwaite, Tony 615
MY FESTIVAL DREAM No. 5: Brian Chicken - Ambition surpassed with Fatty; Success at Sedgefield is familiar, but owner cannot wait for thrill of County Hurdle. Greene, Graham (English writer) 491
New deal for Irish Guineas. 139
OFFICIAL EXPLANATIONS. 421
Open Check: Arc ace Hombre to cut loose on L!VE. Kay, Jonathan 516
Pricewise: Wilkinson hurdler is backable at 11-2. Collier, Melvyn 324
Quinn booked for Right Wing; Freelance snapped up for Dunlop's Lincoln favourite. 411
Record entry for Whitbread. 135
Rugby League: Castaway Cantillon on a crusade. Davies, Steve 267
Saleen horror. 108
Sandown: Ward Thomas chases Military win. 181
Six chances for Hoskins. 167
Snooker: It's all over for the underdogs in China. Davies, Steve 203
Spendid cut amid confusion. Dundee, Nick 263
SPORT ON TV: PICK OF THE DAY. 86
Spreadwise: Lewis supported in early sparring. Pullein, Kevin 153
Spreadwise: United spread joy at Stamford Bridge. Pullein, Kevin 391
Tate still has the masterful touch. Down, Alastair 558
The North: Harfdecent looks back to his best. 326
Toast The Spreece to miss County Hurdle. Chapman, Matt 330
Towcester: Scotby show lifts Buckler. 517
TRAINERS ASK CLUB TO STAMP OUT HAND-STARTS. Palmer, Mike 248
Tramore: Carberry is raring to go. 382
Tuesday's Davy retired after trial injury. Birch, Richard 265
WHITECHAPEL BACK OVER HURDLES. 82
Wincanton: Williamson on target. 575
Winning Line reverse veto. 158

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