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Tote – Ten to Follow

Since it’s rebirth the Tote Ten To Follow competition has soared in popularity and as another jumps season kicks off so does another edition of this fantastic season-long competition where players select a stable of ten runners in the hope of amassing enough points throughout the campaign to scoop the grand prize when the curtain falls on the competition at Aintree on Grand National Day.

Tote Ten to Follow is the ultimate fantasy racing game for any racing fan, providing excitement throughout the Jumps season
and gives you a chance to win big prizes from a small stake.

You can pick from the best of the current crop of runners, giving you an interest across all the Group 1’s and major races.

Find out more here, or see our Tote Top Ten to Follow tips below.

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How to play Tote Ten to Follow

Playing the Tote Ten To Follow competition is easy and requires participants to register a team of ten horses who they think will collect the most points throughout the season from a scoring formula that accounts for a number of factors such as the type of race, the odds and where the horse finishes in the race among other factors.

Choosing ten horses won’t be easy given the starting list counts more than 500 horses in the overall pool but it might pay to stick with those likely to contest the bigger races throughout the season and those with likely big race aspirations as races at these meetings are likely to offer up plenty of points for your Tote Ten to Follow Stable.

The Ten to Follow competition is now OPEN.
All stables must be registered by 11am on Saturday 12th November 2022.

Enter your Tote Ten To Follow here.

Tote Ten to Follow Bonus Races & Points

Part of the scoring system of the Tote Ten To Follow falls on the bonus races – the biggest Jumps races of the season – where there is extra points up for grabs and there are 23 Bonus races in all in the competition that are worth keeping a close eye on throughout the season.

  • Regular Points: Grade 1 win – 25 points, Grade 2 – 20 points, Grade 3 – 15 points, Listed – 12 points, Any other race – 10 points.
  • Points will also be awarded from returns of a £1 each-way bet on the Tote in each race a horse runs in. Example: £1 win at 5.50 + £1 place at 1.20 = 6.70 points awarded
  • Bonus Race Points: Additional 25 points for a win, 12 points for finishing 2nd.

The bonus races for the Tote Ten To Follow are as follows:

  • Betfair Chase (Haydock)
  • Coral Gold Cup (Newbury)
  • Tingle Creek Chase (Sandown)
  • King George VI Chase (Kempton)
  • Welsh Grand National (Chepstow)
  • Savills Chase (Leopardstown)
  • Irish Champion Hurdle (Leopardstown)
  • Irish Gold Cup (Leopardstown)
  • Betfair Hurdle (Newbury)
  • Arkle Chase (Cheltenham)
  • Champion Hurdle (Cheltenham)
  • Queen Mother Champion Chase (Cheltenham)
  • Brown Advisory Chase (formerly the RSA Chase) (Cheltenham)
  • Stayers’ Hurdle (Cheltenham),
  • Ryanair Chase (Cheltenham)
  • Gold Cup (Cheltenham)
  • Betway Bowl (Aintree)
  • Aintree Hurdle (Aintree)
  • Melling Chase (Aintree)
  • Liverpool Stayers’ Hurdle (Aintree)
  • Grand National (Aintree)

The key to victory on the Tote Ten to Follow may well lie in selecting those horses who are likely to take in one or more of the bonus races during their campaign.


When does Tote Ten to Follow start?

The Tote Ten To Follow is now OPEN and stables must be finalised and submitted no later than 11am on Saturday 12th November 2022. Prior to the commencement of the first day of the competition players can make unlimited changes to their line-up.

The competition runs until 11am on Saturday 12th November 2022 so there’s plenty of opportunities for collecting big points!

What can I win?

Entries cost £5 per stable and there’s no limit to how many stables a person can enter although those only playing the free game are limited to one entry only.

There will be a guaranteed minimum top prize of £20,000 as well as monthly prizes which will also be awarded throughout the course of the competition.

For full details of the competition, scoring and prizes see here.

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Tote Ten to Follow Tips


2020 Champion Bumper winer and 3-3 over obstacles in the 2020/21 season which included a Grade One at Leopardstown on Boxing Day. That win saw him installed as favourite for the Arkle Chase but he was subsequently ruled out through injury and trainer Willie Mullins will be keen to make up for lost time with the son of Westerner – assuming he can stay sound – and he could make up into a good Champion Chase candidate.


Very smart hurdler but an even better chaser last term where he won four of five starts including Grade Ones at Kempton and Newbury.

Paul Nicholls’ charge turned in a tame effort at Aintree in April but underwent wind surgery subsequently and he made a winning reappearance in the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby recently, jumping soundly and scoring comfortably. The King George VI Chase is likely his next target with a possible Gold Cup tilt to come somewhere down the line.


Top-class mare whose unbeaten record now stands at 16 following victory in the Paddy Power Champion Hurdle at Punchestown back in April having won a second Cheltenham Champion Hurdle crown in decisive fashion the previous month.

Henry De Bromhead will again target next March and will likely tread a familiar path with the Sulamani mare prior to a tilt at a third Champion Hurdle crown where she’ll clash with the up-and-coming novice Constitution Hill.


Useful hurdler but took his form to new heights switched to chasing, winning five of seven starts last term including the Arkle Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

His subsequent Aintree run saw him beaten by Gentleman De Mee in the Maghull Chase; that performance might have been a case of going once too often to the well and he might have been jaded after Cheltenham.

However there’s every chance he’ll bounce back this campaign and he should pay his way.


Fell on his hurdling debut last term but went unbeaten thereafter, landing the County Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival before adding the Punchestown Champion Novices’ Hurdle to his record in April with a seven lengths’ defeat of Flame Bearer.

That race also included the likes of Kilcruit and Three Stripe Life so it was a very creditable effort and the Doctor Dino gelding was quoted for the Champion Hurdle which may well be the plan trainer Willie Mullins sets out for the five-year old.


Classy performer over hurdles last season with his only defeat coming when runner-up to stablemate Constitution Hill in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the Festival although he gained a Grade One of his own when winning at Aintree in determined fashion.

A point-to-point winner he looks set for a campaign over fences this coming season where he’s been touted as an Arkle contender with trainer Nicky Henderson being pretty bullish so far about his prospects.


Lightly-raced chaser who won three times during the 2020/21 season including a Grade Three contest at Aintree following a very good second in that season’s Ultima Chase. Missed the entirety of last campaign and a potential return in the recent Charlie Hall Chase never materialised; but the Jeremy gelding might be one to make his mark in the big staying handicaps this season.


Went unbeaten over hurdles in the 2020/21 campaign which included a Grade One at Aintree and he was very highly-regarded as a chaser to follow for last term although he only made the course twice. He fell on his debut at Cheltenham during the November meeting when in command but duly obliged with a win back there in December before his season was ended by injury.

He has been nursed back to health by trainer Dan Skelton who is targeting a spring campaign with the Milan gelding who remains with a very bright future.


Dual-winning hurdler during the 2020/21 campaign and made a winning switch to chasing last season when scoring at Huntingdon.

David Pipe’s charge however blotted his copybook at Chepstow when last seen and might have been amiss given he wasn’t seen out again until February this year where he returned to hurdles and ran well for third behind Ballyandy.

It will be interesting to see which way Pipe goes with the son of Martaline who is unexposed in both disciplines and could yet have more to offer this season.


Smart flat performer but has excelled over hurdles, winning twice last term and finishing in the frame in successive Graded races including the Triumph Hurdle.

Gordon Elliott’s charge posted a very creditable sixth back on the flat at Ascot in June when tackling the Queen’s Vase and he ran out a comfortable winner at Cheltenham recently following a break and resuming hurdling. A potential Champion Hurdle dark horse he looks sure to pay his way again.

Our Tote Ten to Follow Stable:


Feel free to use our Tote Ten to Follow Stable or enter your very own stable here, and best of luck!

Entries close 11am on Saturday 12th November 2022.

    £5/€5.50 per stable in the paid game. Guaranteed min. total prize pool of £/€100,000 with prizes paid for first 10 places (see full terms for details). Maximum one entry per person in the free game for Tote Credit prizes. Entries close at 11am GMT 12th November 2022. UK and ROI only. Full Terms and Conditions apply. 18+ (UK), (IRE)

    Feel free to use our Ten to Follow Stable or enter your very own stable here, and best of luck!

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    Bet £10, Get £30 in FREE Bets

    New customers, online only. Place your first bet on racing pools for a minimum of £/€10 and win or lose you will receive £/€30 Tote Credit redeemable on ‘Tote exotics*’ only. Tote Credit cannot be withdrawn, exchanged, or substituted and expires after 7 days. Qualifying bet is the first racing pool bet added to the bet slip. Ten to Follow, virtual (including Fantasy) and football bets do not qualify. *Exotics exclude Tote Win/Place/Ten to Follow/virtual (including Fantasy). UK & ROI customers only. 18+. Full T&Cs apply.

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