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Chris's Dream looks one for the team in Tote Ten to Follow transfer window

Chris's Dream looks a live outsider for the Henry de Bromhead stable in the Gold Cup
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It is an important week for Tote Ten to Follow players, providing an opportunity for two tactical switches which could make all the difference to team tallies at the spring festivals.

Forty horses have been added to the competition and players have until 5pm on Monday March 9, Cheltenham eve, to make their substitutions. Here are five who are worthy of consideration with bonus points and big-race action in mind before the competition's final day on April 25. 

Chris’s Dream
This Henry de Bromhead-trained eight-year-old dotted up in Navan's Troytown Handicap Chase from a mark of 146 before a Grade 2 victory in the Red Mills Chase at Gowran. He is improving and looks a legitimate Gold Cup dark horse.

Darver Star
Gavin Cromwell is not one to target a Grade 1 unless he feels a horse is well up to it. Darver Star is improving and was not far from nailing bonus points in the Irish Champion Hurdle. A tilt at Unibet Champion Hurdle glory now beckons and last year’s winning trainer knows exactly what is required.

Kimberlite Candy
Tom Lacey’s improving eight-year-old stayer won Warwick’s Classic Chase in fine style and sits neatly in the Randox Health Grand National weights on 10st 4lb. He is sure to get a run (36 on the entries list) and the JP McManus-owned gelding is a live contender for bonus points. 

Latest Exhibition 
It has been some time since Paul Nolan had a flagship Grade 1 prospect and Latest Exhibition is certainly that. He was impressive when landing a 2m6f Grade 1 at the Dublin Racing Festival and the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle is up next. 

Hugely impressive in the Adonis at Kempton, Solo looks physically ahead of his four-year-old peers. The JCB Triumph Hurdle is well within his compass and if he wins that he would be short odds to follow up in the Grade 1 juvenile hurdle at Aintree.


Kevin G Stable1  403.7

Bernard Davies D Stable1  380.3

James Welsh41  380.3

Nicholas Crisp no.1  373.9

Sorry Parks  373.2

Nicholas C Stable10  372.7

Kevin G Stable33  370.3

Clayton Farlow Racing   369.4

Nicholas C Stable3  366.5

Andrew W Stable8  365.3


Pic D'Orhy  94

Honeysuckle  80.3

Potters Corner  77.4

Delta Work  62.1

De Rasher Counter  60.9

Notebook  60.3

Clan Des Obeaux  57.8

Faugheen  57.5

Defi Du Seuil  56.5

Envoi Allen  54.7

Itchy Feet  46.5

Epatante  45.9

Esprit Du Large  45.4

Native River  44.1

Slate House  43.5

Riders Onthe Storm  43.1

Elimay  41.5

Lady Buttons  41.2

Cracking Smart  40.8

Greaneteen  40.8

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He is improving and looks a legitimate Gold Cup dark horse
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