Ladies Oaks Day is on Friday, May 29.
Ladies Oaks Day is on Friday, May 29.

Giddy Up! Ladies Oaks day races in this Friday

LADIES Oaks Day celebrates eleven years of racing and fashion this Friday May 29. 

This raceday has cemented itself as one of the 'social events of the year' on the Sunshine Coast.

The raceday is held annually on the Friday that coincides with the Caloundra show holiday, and continues to create a loyal following through rain, hail or shine.

The Sunshine Coast Turf Club and Hot91.1 have teamed up over the years to present some world class entertainment including; Sheppard, Evermore, The Potbelleez, Samantha Jade, Screaming Jets, 1927 and Ricky Lee to name a few.

Mashd N Kutcher will form part of the top headline acts to perform on the day.

"This is a raceday that continues to be one of our most popular racedays, with many of our Functions already heavily booked' SCTC CEO Mick Sullivan said. 

Each year the Sunshine Coast Turf Club and Hot 91.1 select a charity to support on this raceday. This year, the charity selected is Act for Kids. A percentage of Gate takings on the day will be donated to Act for Kids.

With $11,000 in prizes, this year's Fashions on the Field will be as popular and competitive as ever. 

The categories included:

  • Best Dressed Male
  • Millinery
  • Women 18-30 years
  • Woman 31 years +

Ambassador Travel and the Sunshine Coast Turf Club have offered the major prize for Fashions on the Field. This amazing prize will be presented to the overall winner of the four categories on the day. The prize is a return trip for two to Flemington including flights, accommodation, transfers and tickets to Oaks Day in November.

This event is strictly an 18 years and over raceday. Courtesy Buses are available to and from Corbould Park. Gates open from 10am. Visit  www.sctc.com.au or phone 5491 6788. 



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