Glamorous revellers in high heels and fascinators braved the gloomy weather at Doncaster Ladies Day.
The racegoers, clutching jugs of Pimm’s and opting for colourful dresses to see the summer out, made the most of the event in Yorkshire this afternoon.
The annual Ladies Day event is renowned for stunning outfits and a selection of elaborate hats.
Visitors flooded the racecourse with a sea of colour flooded the racecourse and brightened up the grey weather as they turned heads in bright tones, including pinks, yellows and reds.
The first day of the races saw fun-loving attendees putting on jolly displays as they gripped weighty jugs of Pimm’s or beer.
Glamorous racegoers donned all their finery to descend on Doncaster Racecourse this morning in celebration of Ladies Day today
The event, at one of Britain’s oldest racecourses, draws in thousands of people from up and down the country.
While some opted for elaborate fascinators, others chose more simple but still chic hats, with their hair flowing in loose curls.
Racegoers at Ladies Day are also assessed for the most show-stopping outfit, with the best-dressed crowned in The Style Awards. This year, the winner will take home a £1,000 cash prize.
The day saw glamorous racegoers braving chilly temperatures and downpours of rain. But the show went on for the visitors, who got into the spirit of things.
The first day of the races saw fun-loving racegoers putting on elegant displays as they gripped their weighty jugs of Pimm’s
One savvy lady was photographed clutching her beer, bag, information pack, and umbrella- all in one go
The event, held at one of Britain’s oldest racecourses, draws in thousands of racegoers from up and down the country, and visitors dress to the nines
Visitors brightened up the grey weather as a sea of colour flooded the racecourse, and the attendees turned heads in bright tones and summery dresses
One savvy lady was photographed clutching her beer, bag, information pack, and umbrella – all in one go.
The South Yorkshire town is one of the country’s oldest established centres for horse racing, with meets dating back to the 16th century.
The Town Moor course recently enjoyed a £3million redevelopment, with new facilities including a five-storey grandstand.