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Articles from The Racing Post (London, England) (January 29, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Aintree considers staging a Sunday Grand National. 482
Arkle v Mill House 2-1 poll favourite. 206
Barney 's barney in full. 368
Big race trends: Thisthatandtother has the armoury to topple Chief. 588
Boxing: Jantuah could prove value bet. 130
Cheltenham briefing: Frances answer to McCoy makes his first Cheltenham appearance. 218
Cheltenham briefing: Mephisto ready to make hurdles debut. 207
Cheltenham briefing: Scoop6 is back after cancellation. 157
Cheltenham briefing: Unbeaten records on line in trial for Triumph. 1075
Cricket: England have class to relive Test glory in the one-dayers. 555
Cricket: Freewheeling Australia are so hard to oppose. 164
Cricket: No Freddie means trouble for tourists. 435
Crystal bids to head Order of Merit table. 122
Doncaster briefing: Bargain Indy tackles the big buys and has trainer full of optimism. 437
Doncaster briefing: Gassman bids to reclaim big local prize for Yorkshire. 486
Doncaster briefing: Run For Paddy should find it all ideal - Pitman. 296
Doncaster briefing: Ry an confident drop in trip and ground be just right for Winchester. 225
Doncaster: Johnson notches up ninth century on the trot thanks to Billy voddan. 661
Down the years. 80
FIVE FOR FUN. 143
Folkestone: Chamings record shows it pays to follow The Leader. 604
Following slots can lead to a for tune if not fame. 676
Football: Battle of the Solent is set to rumble on. 557
Football: Bellamy does himself no favours. 221
Football: Bent German ref is a big worry. 111
Football: Blow for Rangers supporters. 139
Football: Blues make a shock bid for Toon bad boy. 270
Football: Fulham may struggle to match classy Rams; FA CUP GUIDE. 613
Football: Galloping Grays can keep up run. 278
Football: Hot Hibees value for a successful Fir Park raid. 317
Football: Hoyzer: corruption widespread. 387
Football: Saints can show their superiority. 413
Football: Solid Boro can stay close at Old Traf ford again. 387
Football: Solid Seagulls should ruin Batess big day. 398
Football: Super additions for 1-2 Gretna. 247
Football: Swindon are so underrated. 137
Football: Udinese to paste pathetic Parma. 471
Football: Wound-up Redknapps are ready to wage war on Pompey. 223
Furious Curley in TV attack on presenters. 728
Get it ready: Get it on early Arsenal (v Man Utd, Tuesday). 115
Get it ready: Lay of the day Well Chief (2.05 Cheltenham). 122
Get it ready: Make a killing by playing Harrys game. 651
Get it ready: Making it pay; This week: six Springbok novices to follow in 2005. 254
Greyhounds. 112
Greyhounds: Angry Lister on guard over draws; Champion Trainers syndicate idea to prevent runners in same heat. 350
Greyhounds: Interview: From that pigeon t o a Playst at ion, Hoods got it co ver ed! Phil Donaldson talks to Hills' PR guru David Hood, and finds a man with a genuine passion for the future of our sport. 1655
Greyhounds: Man has Cathal eyeing Classic glory. 524
Greyhounds: Off the leash: Muttley. 290
Greyhounds: Smilings the call in open Casey final. 396
In brief. 215
Maths lecturer will add to wealth if game ends even. 264
Morning Line team to face the public on air. 86
Moscow faces six in Punchestown clash. 307
Ollie Magern tests his Gold Cup credentials. 556
Pricewise: 9-4 Tone a sound punt in Pepsi final. 331
Pricewise: Rely on Seebald to hit the target. 843
Ramsden family hoping for success in South Africa. 162
Rembrandt ruled out of Pillar after blood test. 206
Royal Rosa returns to put reputation under microscope. 463
Rugby Union: Premiership team news. 544
Rugby Union: Skipper can steady ship for Saints. 329
Sheffield points count for Wallis. 137
Spreadwise: Cantors cup is unlikely to overflow af ter corner quotes. 287
Spreadwise: Further big scores are likely at New Wanderers. 301
Spreadwise: Improved serving from Hewitt hints at ace buy. 307
Spreadwise: Robinson well worth a try. 199
Spreadwise: Sporting tread more carefully over goal times. 276
St able St af f awar ds ar e a step in right dir ec tion for recognit ion. 280
Tennis: Hewitt ready to grab Melbourne glory. 574
Tennis: What they have to say. 237
Tennis: Will it be third-time lucky for Safin? 124
Thisthatandtother the one for Nicholls. 343
Today's verdict: Bandit to lay down law on favourite course. 1102
Trading Post: Chief must be great to win. 127
Trading Post: Horus good value on Hanmer form; Nick Fox with the best bets at today's meetings. 481
Trading Post: Other priorit ies mak e United vulner able; sports play of the day. 225
Trading Post: Take on a cruising Crystal rounding the home turn; Matthew Williams with a daily guide to the best plays on the exchanges. 568
Trading Post: Trading report: curley brightens up an otherwise dull day; the best of yesterday's action. 290
View from the training centres: Lambourn. 187
View from the training centres: Newmarket. 80
View from the training centres: North. 190
View from the training centres: West Country. 126
Well Chief must overcome his sky-high rating to steal show. 608
Wolverhampton: Classy Ahern steers Imtalkinggibberish to first success. 416

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