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Weather warning! Superb Snowfall and Hurricane Lane dazzle their Tote followers

Snowfall: won her second Classic of the season in the Irish Oaks on Saturday
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Two high-class three-year-olds dominated when it came to star performances last week as Hurricane Lane roared to victory in the Grand Prix de Paris and Snowfall shot clear in the Irish Oaks.

Also successful in the Irish Derby, Hurricane Lane, representing two per cent of stables, earned 29.1 points for his commanding effort at Longchamp, while 0.1 per cent of teams had Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe favourite Snowfall, who registered 58.7 points.

The way Mehnah went about her business in a Listed event at Killarney suggested she could soon be moving up in grade and her effort resulted in 16.2 points for 1.4 per cent of Ten To Follow stables.

She races in the familiar blue silks of the Shadwell operation, whose Mutasaabeq outclassed his Haydock rivals for 12.2 points. He was the most-picked winner of the week with 18.6 per cent of players counting on the smart three-year-old.  

Snowfall's Aidan O'Brien-trained stablemate Japan, picked by three per cent of stables, scooped 18.9 points for his Meld Stakes victory and Order Of Australia was another Ballydoyle resident to fire, his Minstrel Stakes success yielding 23.9 points for the 2.2 per cent of stables that sided with him.

Just 0.4 per cent of teams relied on Golden Pal, who is 17.25 points better off after landing a Grade 3 at Saratoga.

The same number of stables were with Hackwood Stakes winner Happy Romance (30.3 points), while just six stables identified old favourite Accidental Agent, who had not got his head in front since his shock Queen Anne triumph in 2018 but got back to winning ways at Newmarket, earning 27.4 points in the process.

Valia, a Group 2 winner at Longchamp, also got in on the act, earning her 0.2 per cent of supporters 22.95 points and another French fancy to shine was Victor Ludorum, who was way too good for his rivals in a Group 3 at Chantilly. He carried the hopes of 0.6 stables and provided them with an 18.8-point haul.

1 Snowfall 
137.62 points
2 Poetic Flare
3 St Mark's Basilica 116.80
4 Hurricane Lane 113.85
5 Starman 85.10
6 Palace Pier 79.53
7 Adayar 74.50
8 Empress Josephine 70.40
9 Dream Of Dreams 67.45
10 Joan Of Arc 67.00

1 Eurasia 1 
554.49 points
2 MK's 18
3 MyCatChip 535.84
4 a39 525.69
5 m17 511.74
6 Flyer 508.29
7 Arcadians23 502.29
8 Tommy B X 502.04
9 Eurasia2 497.89
10 Horse Paradise 496.59

Poetic Flare 117.30 points
Hurricane Lane 113.85
Starman 85.10
Palace Pier
Mac Swiney 61.40
Love 52.76
Snow Lantern 38.95
Fev Rover 4.40
Highland Avenue 1.20
Shandra 0

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St Mark's Basilica becomes second-highest scorer after Coral-Eclipse success

Minority who followed Hurricane Lane know they are on the right path

Palace Pier and Love prove a triumph for the popular vote at Royal Ascot

Snowfall brings a Tote Ten To Follow points windfall for a lucky few forecasters

Hurricane Lane's Dante display raises fans' hopes of big points haul to come

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Order Of Australia was another Ballydoyle resident to fire, his Minstrel Stakes success yielding 23.9 points
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