Ladies’ Day may have been and gone at Aintree but that didn’t stop the glamorous punters wearing their finest at the final day of the Grand National.
The stylish crowd cheered on as Tiger Roll romped home to victory in the famous steeplechase.
And they certainly looked their part as they watched history being made as the winner became the first horse since Red Rum in 1974 to claim the famous race back-to-back.
Taste of victory: Racegoers drink champagne on the final day of the Grand National at Aintree as Tiger Roll wins for the second year in a row
Glamorous women dressed in bright, eye-catching outfits cheer on as Tiger Roll romps home to victory
The racegoers wear colourful dresses and hats at the famous three-day horse-racing festival
The punters made the most of the sunny conditions on the final day of the festival wearing all white and eye-catching headwear
Ladies’ Day took place yesterday but that did not stop racegoers dressing up in their finest for the centrepiece of the festival
One woman pouts and another sticks out her tongue for a selfie in the stands of the Aintree racecourse
Wearing brightly coloured frocks, eye-catching hats and sunglasses, the ladies were treated to glorious weather on the final day of the festival.
More than 150,000 people went to the three-day meeting, which is in its 180th year and hosts the showpiece Grand National race on Saturday afternoon.
They cheered on from the stands wearing an array of eye-popping dresses for the biggest betting race in the UK.
One spectator wore a nude sleeved dress with a plunging neckline at the Liverpool racecourse
Favourite Tiger Roll romped home to victory in the steeplechase which is the biggest betting race in the UK, clearly to the delight of these supporters
More than 150,000 people went to the three-day meeting with Saturday’s showcase steeplechase the main event
Some guests opted for all-yellow ensembles while others chose a more understated polka dot sleeveless dress.
As always, an eclectic range of headwear was on show with many women enjoyed the sunny conditions after a spell of cold and wet weather earlier at the festival.
But the day was marred by tragedy this afternoon as Tiger Roll’s competitor Up For Review had to be put down after a fall at the very first hurdle.
The horse, ridden by Danny Mullins, was the first to be killed in the 5.15pm steeplechase since the deaths of Synchronised and According to Pete in 2012.
It is believed Up From Review suffered a broken leg – which is a common injury in racing – after footage showed the stallion’s back leg at full stretch as it fell.
Crowds of excited racegoers gasp from the grandstand as the competing horses rushed to the first of thirty jumps on Saturday
Made in Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo (left) was among several stars attending the Grand National today to watch the action, wearing a pink coat dress and carrying a small maroon handbag. This is while Michele Mone was also in attendance (right)
Spectators in the stands are all smiles clutching their drinks as they watch the exciting action unfold
Women pulled out all the stops today and wore brilliant fascinators and hats to match their fabulous outfits
Racegoers take a selfie to capture their eye-catching outfits and smiles amid others competing for fashion praise
The Grand National Festival is renowned for its daring displays of fashion, and day three of this year’s event has been no different
All eyes were on this afternoon’s race, at Aintree Racecourse in Merseyside, which kicked off at 5.15pm and saw Tiger Roll and Davy Russell take their place in history to win the world’s greatest steeplechase for the second time.
According to racecourse bosses, there’s no strict dress code for the festival unlike Royal Ascot.
But that didn’t stop attendees from making a real effort with their outfits, with their bright colours competing for attention.
Girls just wanna have fun! These women look like they are having a blast together as one woman protectively puts her arm around another’s waist and the other hold the one in the centre’s hand
Spotted a winner yet? These two women on the right had a chat overlooking the racecourse while both wearing stunning emsembles of baby pink and navy. Another group of women (left) looked like they were having fun as the giggled with each other
Racegoers were in good spirits this afternoon as they raised their hands in the air. These two women were beaming as they enjoyed the day
All fun and games! These three friend giggle as they chat together. They are all dressed in summer colours. The woman on the left wore a ruffled white dress, while her friend in the centre wore a similar dress with a pink ruffle. The woman on the right went for patterns and wore a blue dress with a frilled hemline