Country Racing – A Fashion’s Tale, Gosford

We would like to tell a tale of a picnic race meeting where it was all FUN in the fashion arena.  

Set the scene:  all the professional fashions on the field girls had headed to Melbourne in their most exquisite outfits – polished from head to toe.  An understated race club called The Entertainment Grounds put on a day filled with “what a girl needs” – hair, makeup, jewelled cups to put in your champagne and where you could even make your own flora headpiece.  There was no excuse not to look your best. 

 

Every hospitality area was sold out – function rooms and marquees.  What set this day apart was the first time Sharon Lenton as MC and assistant coordinator had seen the fashion stage become a dance floor.  

The band was amazing nd boy, did they get the men and women dancing to the stage and on the stage. Just as well we didn’t have a ceiling!!!! 

“I have never enjoyed my role as MC as much as this day.  Everyone was in such a party mood and with the best music in the background we were all grooving!!!”  Said Sharon. 

The general atmosphere of the day was relaxed and the crowd needed no encouragement to come out to the lawn area and participate in the very lively fashions on the field.

With over $6,000 in prizes, the locals were beside themselves to take out the titles – it was truly ecstatic to watch.  

The judges sipped (thank you to our ongoing supporter – Debortoli) while deciding winners from the largest number of entrants to date.  

No event is possible without our sponsors so a huge thank you for your ongoing support. Thank you to: Lendlease Erina Fair, Polo by the Sea, Milk & Honey, Thoroughbred Events Australia, Kathleen Mobile Millinery, the Entertainment Grounds, Lauren Alyce Floral Design, Emirates, North Sydney Harbourview Hotel, the Australian Turf Club, Glitz Coasters, Debortoli, Sephora and Sage Cafe.

The tale ends with so many princesses – dressed in their best attire complete with crowns – just having a fun filled day with their friends. 

The central coast was certainly a royal playground.