pivot bridge


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pivot bridge

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(Civil Engineering) another name for swing bridge
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Ado McGuinness, trainer of Pivot Bridge He's in great form and ran a cracker at Galway to be third so we were delighted with him.
Successful three times in the November-December period of last year, he finished second to Pivot Bridge in his comeback run at Dundalk in March before disappointing behind Toureen Legend and, last time, failing to make an impression in a Curragh handicap.
Early last month he won a maiden hurdle at Clonmel, but he did better still at Fairyhouse next time when chasing home Pivot Bridge in a reasonable handicap.
50 Killarney 2m1f Grade B ATR Card page 63 PIVOT BRIDGE, bidding to win this valuable handicap for the second consecutive season, is 9lb higher in the ratings but races off 9st 11lb with last year's winning rider David Splaine again claiming 3lb on Ado McGuinness' seven-year-old.
And, after a two-month break, he finished second off that mark almost three weeks ago, beaten a length by Pivot Bridge.
Beaten a length by Pivot Bridge last Friday, another solid effort.
Ado McGuinness, trainer of Pivot Bridge He wouldn't want it to get much quicker than it is.
Racing off a mark of 73, What Lies Ahead finished a close third behind last week's Killarney maiden hurdle winner Pyromaniac and Pivot Bridge, a 117-rated hurdler.
15 Bellewstown Download The Free Racing Post Mobile App Handicap 1m4f ATR Card page 61 BELLEWSTOWN is Ado McGuinness's local track and the trainer is represented by the versatile six-year-old Pivot Bridge, who was beaten a short head over today's trip at the Galway festival and will be bidding for a third Flat win to go with his three victories over hurdles.
THE versatile Pivot Bridge should prove tough to beat in the Download Free Racing Post Mobile App Handicap in Bellewstown tonight.
But Tony Martin took the last day training honours, recording a double with favourites Ted Veale, under a patient and powerful ride by Barry Geraghty and Pyromaniac, strongly ridden by Fran Berry) to pip Pivot Bridge in the Trappers Inn Handicap.
Busy bees Bold Thady Quill, Potomac and Pivot Bridge were all in action at the Curragh on Saturday and run again here.