Ladies’ Day in Newmarket considered one of the hottest tickets to the summer season and visitors come from far and wide, donning their finest outfits, to enjoy thrilling racing, epic entertainment – and a hotly fought Come to compete in the best dressed lady contest.
A selection of fancy fascinators and colorful gowns
Today proved to be no different, as attendees today selected fancy fascinators and colorful gowns for the first day of the race. Women descended into their flocks in costumes of all shapes, sizes, and colors, and naturally each participant wore one. wore hats – one more bizarre than the other.
An amazing array of awards by wearing the most stylish outfit
Glamorous guests smiled in their fanciest frocks, before enjoying a day in the sun, and a day of horse racing. The Style Awards Best Dressed Lady sees women wearing their most stylish outfit to win an amazing array of awards The winner will receive several prizes, including a 12-month subscription to rental service The Devout, valued at £708, and a House of Cavani voucher worth £300.
Style Awards judges are those stylish
Attendees will be on the lookout for those who have put in an incredible effort with their head-to-toe looks for their day at the race. And while it’s important to pay attention to detail and praise style, creativity and originality, as well as current fashion trends This year the judging panel will also look at the organization and sustainability of the accessories.
Headpieces like fascinators and hats are always in the eye of the judges.
With the sun shining on the racecourse, racegoers blessed with good weather upon arrival in Suffolk on the first day of the annual festival. Today is the first day of the annual festival and racegoers were eager to get to their early and place their bets along the entry lines this morning. were eager to
Racing Britain’s oldest horse race,
The Newmarket Town begins with Plate. This historic, amateur horse race, which run at Newmarket’s Round Course since 1666, instigated by King Charles II, who also won the first race, and said it should be run ‘forever’.