Stylish race-goers from across Lanarkshire headed to Hamilton Park at the weekend to enjoy the course’s most glamourous night of the year.

Featuring catwalk shows, best dressed lady and Slater Menswear man of style competitions, Ladies’ Night returned to the Bothwell Road course.

And it proved to be a huge hit with those in attendance.

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The resort partnered up with Boe Scottish Gin for the showpiece event, known for its first-rate fashion, fast racing and fun atmosphere.

On the course, the ground-breaking Silk Series, showcasing a host of talented female riders, was one of the highlights of the race card, alongside the re-scheduled Almada Mile Handicap worth £30,000 where the winner was be presented with the beautiful Watson Memorial Cup.

Despite some coronavirus restrictions still being in place, officials worked round the clock to ensure that Ladies’ Night lived up to its billing as the most glamourous event in the calendar.

The event was a sell-out and our photographer Stuart Vance was on hand to capture those fantastic moments once again on camera which will be available to view in this week's Hamilton Advertiser, East Kilbride News and Rutherglen Reformer.

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