Dress Code

Dressing for a day at the races depends greatly on if it is one of our many glamorous days out or a visit to a midweek fixture. But overall the simple code is smart but casual with no ripped or torn denims in hospitality or club areas and no football colours.


THE fashion stakes are never higher that at Ayr’s two most glamorous racedays - QTS Ladies Night and William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Ladies Day. The girls glam up in their colourful dresses, hats and fascinators and that prompts the guys to wear their smartest outfits too.

There are coins – which guarantee a place in the legendary Ayr Racecourse William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Ladies Day competition final – awarded at both these meetings to the best dressed ladies.

Our judges mingle with the crowd and then decide who should receive the coins. The standard is high and the bar is raised every year ! Come Ladies Day itself the last few of up to 25 coins will be awarded and then the finalists will draw a horse running in that afternoon’s William Hill Ayr Bronze Cup.

 

 

 

 

Fashion stakes are high at Ayr Racecourse

Fashion stakes are high at Ayr Racecourse

There then follows one of the most exciting minutes of the year at Ayr as the glamorous girls cheer their horses on and the lucky lady who has the winner of the race will win the star prize.

So the message is clear dress up and be seen at Ayr Racecourse !!!

Hospitality Facilities Dress Code
Smart Casual dress code is accepted but no ripped/torn denims or trainers are permitted.

Club Stand Dress Code 
Smart Casual dress code is accepted but no ripped/torn denims or trainers are permitted.

Grandstand Dress code
There is no formal dress code for this area.

 

Racegoers enjoying their day out at the races

Racegoers enjoying their day out at the races

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