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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (May 13, 1999)

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11-2 Owl can ruffle a few feathers; Marton Moss and Return Of Amin will relish can prove a the give underfoot and look a formidable double act in the York opener. Collier, Melvyn 712
13-8 Evans to give rivals a good hiding. Chapman, Jeremy 433
5 FOR FUN. 140
A disgraceful way to treat your punters. Millington, Bruce 557
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 184
Be a wise old bird and pick Arctic Owl; He beat two of the biggest names in the staying game, Grey Shot and then Celeric. Fox, Nick 628
Beat All runs next in Derby; Stevens likely to be available to ride at Epsom. Lees, Jon 416
Bookmakers insist plan is 'unpleasant'. Wright, Howard 272
Bray to train for Paulson. 90
Cole case set to resume in June. 86
Compensation a key issue. Wright, Howard 248
CRICKET WORLD CUP: 12-1 Cronje the king. Davies, Steve 542
CRICKET WORLD CUP: 14-1 Tendulkar to run riot; He is Viv Richards, Mark Waugh and Brian Lara all rolled into one. Davies, Steve 714
CRICKET WORLD CUP: A bet on Kirsten absolutely crucial. Davies, Steve 321
CRICKET WORLD CUP: An early bath for sad Scots. 85
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Aussies get amber light. 352
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Battling Anwar to call the shots. Lavelle, Alex 463
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Blind faith in Lara looks dangerous in extreme. 411
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Campbell and his spin doctor the key. 264
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Curtly's wickets strike as solid sell. Lavelle, Alex 448
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Expect Hansie to grasp the nettle. 375
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Figure it out and bowl over bookies. Davies, Steve 449
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Gloves are off for champions. 330
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Kiwis confident of ability to conquer. 406
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Lara fears as he sits it out. Davies, Steve 362
CRICKET WORLD CUP: More of a whimper than a bang. 149
CRICKET WORLD CUP: No flaws in the South Africans; Stage is set for Akhtar to play a starring role. Patel, Min 572
CRICKET WORLD CUP: No-hopers bursting with talent. 196
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Peerless prince to prove a class apart. 403
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Pollock a pukka buy. 310
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Sports betting world cup portfolio. 109
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Springboks can stumble and still sail to glory. Bannister, Jack 556
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Steve Davies' group b verdict. 136
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Strong whisper for super Saqlain; I've got a feeling the openers may struggle in this tournament. Holding, Michael 576
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Sweet 15 for sellers of runs. Lavelle, Alex 486
CRICKET WORLD CUP: The road to glory. 226
CRICKET WORLD CUP: There is such a simple solution to Cup puzzle; Compare England's tubby fielders labouring on the boundary to the spring-heeled Springboks. Lavelle, Alex 946
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Thorpe is the thoroughbred. Davies, Steve 483
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Three steps to heaven for hosts; Skipper relying on trio of stars for inspiration. 461
CRICKET WORLD CUP: When a riot in Calcutta hurt punters. Millington, Bruce 505
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Why Cup punters face being left high and dry; Adverse weather could well decide the outcome of a key match. Millington, Bruce 513
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Windies to blow hot; Erratic England are over-rated in tough group. Lavelle, Alex 512
CRICKET WORLD CUP: Working for Wasim. 330
Day Robin Cook vowed - Labour will never sell. 100
Event Of The Year retired. 147
Exciting Wince outshines Enrique; Newmarket gallops. Goff, Tom 461
Family silver boosted by Taz's triumph; BREEDING LINES. Saward, P R 427
Fired up for the challenges ahead. Ashforth, Gary Stevens Was Speaking To David 385
Flight lifts Persian to new plane; Recently deceased sire's reputation poised to soar with big French successes. Morris, Tony 1322
Fortune favours Borna; BREEDING LINES. Saward, P R 303
Full marks to Quinn for his judgement of pace; TOPSPEED'S VERDICT. Willoughby, James 272
Get Cracking for a Midland Potential punt; OPEN CHECK. Kay, Jonathan 515
Ghost returns to haunt Derby hopefuls; Elsworth has dreams of glory but Classic picture no clearer after his colt lands Dante under Quinn on rain-soddened Knavesmire. Down, Alastair 833
Godolphin pair 'need more time' and miss Cup. 136
Godolphin steps up global assault; Ten-strong challenge in six countries this weekend. Griffiths, Richard 326
Ground is now soft. 171
Happy birthday to a local hero. 107
Have an Edge on bookies. Delamere, Gerald 745
Hong Kong defends its record on retired horses. Parke, Robin 223
ICC backs down over Hobo case. Muldowney, Paul 366
Ice win adds to hot run of Brits; BREEDING LINES. Saward, P R 489
Jack Straw's historic statement in full. 128
Jockeys back new Tote deal; All leading names bar Fallon sign up for sponsorship. Lees, Jon 313
King's double is blighted; EXETER. King, Andrew 432
Lady's in great shape; YORK. Cunningham, Graham 621
Lavery set for French Guineas. 182
Lujain launched on sprint mission. Lees, Jon 492
Make move for Mickelson; Las Colinas field full of potential winners but course form makes 20-1 Lefty hard to dismiss. Chapman, Jeremy 2334
Manner primed for preakness. Farley, Dan 293
Merson moves nicely. Birch, Richard 244
Millstream lame again. 152
Mukhalif made to measure; NEWMARKET. Goff, Tom 295
Mukhalif takes place in the Derby spotlight. Griffiths, Richard 486
Night is worth another shot; LAMBOURN. Masters, Rodney 246
NJPC opens new office for pitch sales. 229
O'Connor on the way back; BRIGHTON. Ennor, George 442
Patriarch bids to pounce for Kinane; Dunlop fears soft ground rather than change of jockey as his popular grey sets out to capture the Cup. Goff, Tom 470
Patriarch rates a positive; 10 Year Trends. Thake, Craig 423
Patriarch team is confident; THE SOUTH. Doyle, Matthew 156
Pipe 7-4 after Exeter double. 133
Rosselli sidelined with injury. 130
Royal Anthem has Coronation option. Goff, Tom 172
Salford Express hits Epsom trail; Elsworth has dreams of glory but Classic picture no clearer after his colt lands Dante under Quinn on rain-soddened Knavesmire. Lees, Jon 568
Savill confident of Levy Board approval; BHB chairman expects go-ahead for fixture list's radical Sunday programme. Wright, Howard 520
Shop window of new opportunity; Racing Post columnist Paul Haigh tries his hand on the celebrity circuit. Haigh, Paul 842
Stars go on parade at Perth. 128
Study into shortage. 122
Sutton going cheap; In-form homeboy Frazar a steal of a sell with IG in Byron Nelson. Chapman, Jeremy 727
The game's straight, honest. Millington, Bruce 268
The highs and the lows in 71 eventful years; ORGANISATION'S HISTORY. Ashforth, David 953
Three-trial qualifying unfair claims Meek. Kay, Jonathan 319
Tote sale gets the go-ahead; Fears expressed over effect on prize-money. Smurthwaite, Tony 850
Travelling stable staff 'utterly despondent'. Goff, Tom 331
Tway leads the way to profit. 545
Wait until title is Done and dusted; Superstitious United boss asks bookie not to pay early. Worwood, Mark 498
Westwood calls it a day after pro-am. Kealy, Paul 325
Wharton and Brennan appeal today. 261
Whipless race hailed a succes. 97
Why it should pay to folllow 7-4 Day. 359
Yavana's Pace is Johnston ace; THE NORTH. Russell, Colin 327

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