There was fascinators and fancy frocks aplenty at the Tamworth Jockey Club on Saturday for the annual Ladies Race Day.
Both ladies and gentleman threw on their Sunday best for the six-race TAB meeting.
There was action off the track - with the Fashions on the Field - as well as plenty of local success on it.
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Sue Grills kicked off the day for the Tamworth trainers with a win in the first with Sidewalk.
Cessnock's Jeremy Sylvester and Newcastle's Rodney Ollerton - who claimed a race to race double - scored wins in the next three races before the Tamworth trainers finished strong by claiming the last two races.
Phillip Duffy scored a big win when Silent Jack saluted at odds of $101.
Colin Dixon then closed out the day with a win via Red Cupcake.
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