Fixture Overview

Day Two of the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival is Ladies Day a truly glitzy and glamorous day and the middle afternoon of the three day Festival.

The final of the annual Best Dressed Ladies competition takes place during the afternoon and there will some fantastic prizes to be won.

There will be up to 25 finalists, the last few of whom will have been chosen by our judges on the day, and they will each draw a horse running in the William Hill Ayr Bronze Cup. The lady who draws the winner wins the star prize with second and third also winning big.

In addition to the Bronze Cup the racing highlights include two £50,000 Class 1  Listed races - Shadwell Stud/EBF Stallions Harry Rosebery Stakes  and the Al Maktoum Cup Arran Scottish Fillies’ Sprint Stakes over a new distance for Ayr of five and a half furlongs.

And after racing there’s live entertainment in both the Horseshoe Bar within the Club Stand and the Ayrshire Suite in the Grandtstand.

First race 1.40 pm, last race 4.55 pm, Gates open 11.40 am

TIME RACE
11.40 am Gates Open
1.40 pm First Race
4.55 pm Last Race

Advance booking price: Save £2 on Club ticket(s) and £1 on Grandstand ticket(s) if booked and paid for six weeks prior to the fixture.

Club Ticket Group Booking discount: For parties of 20 or more save £4.00 if booked and paid for two weeks prior to the fixture.

Grandstand Ticket Group Booking discount: For parties of 20 or more save £2.00 if booked and paid for two weeks prior to the fixture.

Under 18's: If you are under 18 and accompanied by an Adult entry is free.

Type: Flat


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