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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (January 24, 2000)

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66-1 Gronberg triumphs in thriller. Kealy, Paul 227
A case of punishment fittingthe crime against the punter. Down, Alastair 898
AFRICAN CUP: Congo rate a cracking bet. Pullein, Kevin 418
All Our Yesterdays. Ennor, George 237
And there's even better to come; Istabraq routs his Leopardstownrivals to set up Champion hat-trick. O'Hehir, Tony; Chapman, Matt 767
Be smart, punt Spirit. Fox, Nick 588
Behrajan success adds to Daly's dilemma. Chapman, Matt 369
Best Quest should justify rise in class. Milnes, David 141
Casey may fight 'stiff' 14-day ban. Lees, Jon 423
Catterick: Forest Dante gives Kirby first success. O'Ryan, Tom 657
Cleeve option for Wahiba. Chapman, Matt 203
Coursing: New bill introduced, but debate unlikely. Blanning, Charles 640
Doncaster Stallion Parade: All sorts on show; Michael Ross looks at the 33 stallions due on parade tommorow. Ross, Michael 4222
Elsworth to stop training jumpers. 452
England hit new high; SPORTS BETTING. 124
Far Cry flop attributed to soft ground. Chapman, Matt 244
Five For Fun. 162
For1 The Record: Durr could have been a contender; Late developer had as much ability as some who captured the title. Randall, John 575
For2 The Record: Chief holds record. Randall, John 523
For3 The Record: Briefing. Randall, John 201
France: Kamarazi on mark for Dow. 281
Greyhounds: Angel soars to super Cup win. Austin, Jim 555
Greyhounds: Boastreet fits the bill. Austin, Jim 297
Greyhounds: Duke Favourite. 85
Greyhounds: Litter-brothers in one-two triumph for Young in Regal. Kay, Jonathan 554
Greyhounds: Loch plays key role in Cup heats. 280
Greyhounds: Open Check: Blanc has too much in tank for rivals; Sales final and Jacket trial the highlights of cracking Crayford card. Kay, Jonathan 512
Greyhounds: Owner has mixed feelings as Girl grabs glory. Meldrum, Peter 395
Harry Redknapp: Fergie can wrapup title tonight. Redknapp, Harry 143
Haydock: Fling fulfilling Smith's faith; Trainer targets Gold Cup and Grand National after chaser who cost 32,000gns to keep in the yard lands a thrilling Peter Marsh Chase. Cunningham, Graham 677
He's a certainty to keep crown, say top trainers. 351
Hills may spin off internet venture; Bookmakers admit to talks with leading bankers. Greene, Graham (English writer) 465
Hong Kong: Housemaster's hint for Derby. 312
Kempton: No stopping Heart - now for Newbury; Brashers' versatile mare warms up for a Tote Gold Trophy bid. Lees, Jon 350
Kempton: Sir Dante in line for Racing Post Chase bid after second course win. Jackson, Bruce 755
Leeds keeping pressure on chasing pack. Kealy, Paul 391
Leopardstown: Arkle target for perfect Groom. Clower, Michael 473
Lingfield: Double joy for Hills on birthday. Morrice, Neil 529
Man In The News: Rafter shows he hasthat touch of quality. Lees, Jon 350
Mr Mahdlo can make his mark. O'Ryan, Tom 427
No Melbourne value. Kealy, Paul 99
Pearl fails to convince; Bookmakers unimpressed as Mullins star scrambles home at Leopardstown. Clower, Michael 473
Pick of the Day. Humphries, Adrian 589
Pipe ace shakes up SunAlliance market. Chapman, Matt; Lees, Jon 395
Post Chase bonus boost. 152
Punchestown: Impressive Topacio heads for Cheltenham. O'Hehir, Tony 519
Reds set to turn up heat; Depleted Gunners no match for United who can deliver huge psychological blow. Johnson, Paul 662
Snooker: Back 80-1 Fu to stage major breakthrough; Magic Sign are wildly underrating Hong Kong starlet. Humphries, Adrian 415
Snooker: Morgan for home win. Humphries, Adrian 165
Sore Maguire out till Saturday. 141
Spread: Football: Layers hit by lenient refs. Pullein, Kevin 544
Spreadwise: Football: Early strike is likely. Pullein, Kevin 474
Spreadwise: Snooker: Small buy looks solid. Humphries, Adrian 116
Stage Affair passes his audition for big league; Weld hurdler looks like a major Festival player. O'Hehir, Tony 551
Telecaster primed to notch double. Masters, Rodney 229
TENNIS: Capriati key to 7-5 payout. Kealy, Paul 307
Today: Pipe's closing in on all-time record. Chapman, Matt 400
Tote simulcast success. 133
Two Scoop6 punters eye pounds 1.27m pot. 324
USA: Frankel cashes in with Purse. 576
Versatile Celestial Choir is retired. 101
Weekend Review: Silk-smooth Istabraq still centre stage; Runner-up Affair belies novice status to pass Cheltenham Festival audition. Cunningham, Graham 1229
Wolverhampton: Sovereign maintains Prescott's strike-rate. Greene, Graham (English writer) 404

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