As long as you can (1) set the free water surface of your destination at a lower level than the free water surface of your source, (2) use a completely sealed, air tight siphon, and (3) initially prime the system, it should work. Your source being your datum, for example, setting the depth of your destination to the same level (in this case 10 ft) will not work.
You must set the destination lower than your datum (or source), by digging a pit deeper than 10 feet, and also digging a pit depth that will be deeper than the lowest seasonal water level (including that due to your consumption). This could be, in your case, for example only, a pit that is 12 to 15 feet in depth, but you would have to determine the exact value for yourself.
In addition you should consider the water pressure that you require at the destination. The more pressure you require, the deeper your pit, relative to your water source. The difference in free water surface (from the source to the destination, in feet, for example) represents the water head and this can be converted to pressure by using such tools as are found at this website.