Timeform highlight three bets at Ballinrobe this afternoon...
"Art Of Logistics was going the right way last term and is arguably open to further improvement now chasing..."
Last-time-out hurdles winner Ancient Sands needs considering again, whilst Pivot Bridge is interesting from this basment mark based on his Flat ability, but Luimneach Abu is selected to regain the winning thread in the 15:15. The five-year-old hasn't always found a great deal when push comes to shove, but that wasn't the case when scoring at Wexford in July. He's put up two cracking runner-up efforts since and looks ready to strike.
Hold Em Cowboy (16:15) has been expensive to follow, but is clearly ahead of his mark, so is worth giving another chance to. Mirador Del Conde and Go Paddy Go look the chief threats. The selection shaped very well on debut for new yard when just failing to get up at Ballinrobe (2m) in July and, though he was beaten at odds-on last time, he remains ahead of his mark and is worthy of another chance.
Nearest The Pin has been knocking on the door over fences of late and ought to go close, but he has had plenty of chances and for that reason the vote goes to Art Of Logistics (17:15) who was going the right way over hurdles last term, and is arguably open to further improvement now chasing. The five-year-old got off the mark at the second attempt in bumpers and took well to hurdling, showing useful form when notching second win at Fairyhouse in February. He remains lightly-raced and is of definite interest here.
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