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He won nearly everything worth winning in the saddle and now Mick Fitzgerald is on the hunt for Tote Ten to Follow glory. Find out who makes his stable below.

Build your stable for just £5 and be in with a shot of winning a share of a minimum £150,000.

Bear Ghylls

I loved him when he won his bumper by 19 lengths and in his maiden hurdle at Lingfield. I think he could be very smart.


He won a bumper at Kempton last year. Lots of winners have come out of the race and I loved the way he did it.

Envoi Allen

Envoi Allen is in for obvious reasons. He looked like a handicapper when he won his beginners' chase the other day. He was so sure-footed.


I really like Monkfish. I did the interviews after he won the Albert Bartlett and my arm was not long enough to reach Paul Townend on him. The horse is massive and anything he did over hurdles was a bonus. He's a chaser in the making.

Pic D'Ohry

I know he got beat the other day, but do not give up on Pic D'Orhy. He jumped okay, is a Betfair Hurdle winner and Paul Nicholls rates him highly.

Ribble Valley

He's only been beaten once over hurdles and won really nicely at Carlisle on reappearance. Should win plenty of races this year.

Saint Roi

Saint Roi won the County Hurdle and to say he was well handicapped is an understatement. He looks like a Champion Hurdle contender to me.


Cheekpieces have really helped and he was placed in last season's Gold Cup, which he should go well in again, but he has the Grand National written all over him.


My number-one horse could be a lot of people's top pick and it is Nicky Henderson's Shishkin. He was so good over hurdles and his schooling over fences has been electric.

Simply The Betts

Simply The Betts has to be included after winning a handicap chase at the Cheltenham Festival as a novice and that was a cracking performance.

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