Hamilton Park Racecourse is all set to host its most glamourous race event of the year this Saturday.
Featuring catwalk shows, fabulous prizes for the best dressed lady and Slater Menswear man of style competitions, Ladies’ Night returns to the Bothwell Road course.
The resort will partner up with Boë Scottish Gin for the showpiece event, known for its first-rate fashion, fast racing and fun atmosphere.
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Heads will be turned by an array of stunning fascinators and killer heels as the female racegoers complete for the title of best dressed lady, hosted by the equally glamorous Amy Irons.
The lucky winner will walk away this year with £1000 cash, a £250 voucher for Deja Elite Boutique, an overnight stay for two at the Hampton by Hilton Hamilton Park Hotel, a pair of tickets to Gary Barlow at the SSE Hydro, a Boë Scottish Gin Hamper and admission for two to Ladies’ Night 2022 at Hamilton Park.
Entry forms can be completed in advance online or can be completed on the day. Additional prizes will also be awarded for the ‘Best Mask’ worn on the catwalk.
The evening is not just for the ladies either, as the racecourse will be hosting the Slater Menswear man of style competition with an array of prizes, including a Slater Menswear £1000 voucher for the winner.
In homage to the delicious Boë Violet Gin, the popular ‘vibrant violets’ competition will be going ahead, giving racegoers the chance to win bottles of the award-winning Boë Violet Gin, simply by wearing their best and most eye-catching violet accessory or outfit.
The award-winning resort has teamed up with Deja Elite Boutique, also on Bothwell Road, as one of their official fashion partners.
The catwalk-inspired boutique will be showcasing their stunning collection during two fashion shows at the glittering event.
The current Miss Scotland, Keryn Matthew, will be showcasing the exclusive preview of the fashion collection.
On the course, the ground-breaking Silk Series, showcasing a host of talented female riders, will be one of the highlights of the race card, alongside the re-scheduled Almada Mile Handicap worth £30,000 where the winner will be presented with the beautiful Watson Memorial Cup.
Vivien Currie from Hamilton Park told Lanarkshire Live: “Despite restrictions still in place this year, our team has been working round the clock to ensure that Ladies’ Night lives up to its billing as the most glamorous event in the calendar.
“It’s shaping up to be an unmissable night out, with thousands of pounds worth of prizes up for grabs on the night.
“With great help from South Lanarkshire Council, we have devised operating procedures which allow you all to be safely in attendance, and I’d like to thank you all in advance for playing your part and complying with any rules that will be in place on the evening.
“We are delighted that tickets have sold out for Ladies’ Night, but for those who missed out on a ticket, we still have some fantastic fixtures to come.”
Gates will open at 3pm on Saturday.
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