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Hidden Keel set to be in spotlight at Taunt

Hidden Keel looks an exciting novice chaser for Charlie Longsdon and can win again in the Novices' Chase at Taunton tomorrow.

Already rated 145, success here will set him up for a trip to the Cheltenham Festival.

Oliver Sherwood's Global Power lost his unbeaten record when falling last time out but had previously looked a smart recruit and can get back on the winning trail in the Get Live Football Stats At Novices' Hurdle at Folkestone.

Hughie Morrison's Kishanda ran a promising race on debut and has the look of a good thing in the Membership of Southwell Golf Club Maiden Stakes.

Second behind a well-bred newcomer from the Mark Johnston yard, the betting suggested she would come on considerably for the experience. If that is the case, the daughter of Sleeping Indian simply has to be backed.

There was an odds-on shot in the race in which she ran, and it was pleasing to see her keep on in the straight to eventually get her measure and finish second.

Granted normal progression from her first run to her second, she should prevail in this particular contest.

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