Racing returns to Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse this Friday (4 August), with a stylish occasion in-store for Ladies Day.
The popular fixture, where the latest fashions and trends come to the fore, is a social event to be enjoyed amongst friends and family, allowing you to get dressed up and start your weekend early.
There’s an opportunity to win some fantastic prizes too, with Welsh Gold Jewellery specialists Clogau confirmed to sponsor the racecourse’s Best Dressed competition. The overall winner could take home a Celebration Tennis Bracelet and Pendant worth £459!
The eight-card meeting, featuring two divided races, gets underway from 1.40pm and marks the start of some exciting fixtures coming up for the racecourse, with a Family Fun Evening taking place on Monday 21 August and a live performance from Flash: A Tribute to Queen following the racing at The September Meeting on Tuesday 5 September.
Patrick Chesters, General Manager at Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, said:
“We’re really excited for the return of racing and look forward to welcoming all our guests to Ladies Day on Friday. This is always a popular fixture with our racegoers, who get to enjoy a stylish occasion amongst family and friends on the racecourse.
“This year we are also delighted to welcome Clogau as the official sponsor of our Best Dressed competition and thank them for their support in providing some amazing prizes to be won.”
Ben Roberts, Managing Director of Clogau, added:
“Clogau is delighted to be sponsoring the Best Dressed competition at Bangor-on-Dee’s Ladies Day. Our business is aimed at helping everybody look their best with beautiful jewellery to complement their outfits, and we can’t wait to see some of the entries at this special fixture. We will be handing out Clogau prizes to the top three on the day, so make sure you enter for the chance to win.”
Tickets purchased in advance for Ladies Day are available from £9 for the Open Course and £19 for the Paddock Enclosure. A price increase of £3 applies to on the day admission.
For further information about Ladies Day or any other upcoming fixtures, please click here.