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Memorable Moments from Ladies Day 2024

Ladies Day witnessed a spectacle of style as thousands arrived in their finest attire to Aintree Racecourse today.


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Jonbon produced the goods to bounce back to form winning the Grade 1 My Pension Expert Melling Chase. Jonbon surged to the lead to land the spoils ahead of a very game Conflated & Protektorat. JP McManus was once again in the winners enclosure marking the 3rd Grade 1 of the day for the famous green & yellow colors.

Winning trainer Nicky Henderson expressed his jubilation with training him: “Everybody loves him. He is an entertaining horse as he doesn’t make life terribly easy for everybody. He has settled down so much though. He dug very deep, and he had to. He was very brave, and it was great riding. We love him, and I hope he loves us. That is it for the season as it was a tough race today".

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Owner JP McManus celebrated his second Grade One triumph on Ladies Day as Mystical Power, hailing from the lineage of the illustrious 2014 Champion Hurdle heroine Annie Power, clinched victory by a half-length margin in the Grade One TrustATrader Top Novices’ Hurdle.

Trainer Willie Mullins expressed his admiration for the gelding's performance, noting, “I was particularly taken with his hurdling today - he barely came off the ground; he just bent his legs like a real professional hurdler, and that’s what he looks like".

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Ladies Day witnessed a spectacle of style as thousands arrived in their finest attire. From classic elegance to modern outfits, racegoers brought their A-game, creating a vibrant tapestry of fashion and flair.

This year's Style Awards was one to remember with over £10,000 worth of prizes on offer and a sustainability award for the first time. Our Style Judges chose this year’s wonderful winners and awarded them their prizes.

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Past and present stars of the saddle joined together on the eve of the Randox Grand National to make a special visit to youngsters at the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital earlier today.

Around 15 current and former jockeys took time out of their schedules to attend the visit, ahead of racing taking place on the second day of the Randox Grand National Festival, Ladies Day, at Aintree.

During their time at the Liverpool-based hospital the jockeys had their pictures taken with staff, patients and parents and 2012 Grand National winner Neptune Collonges before being taken on a tour of various wards.

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Check out our photo gallery from today, will you spot yourself?


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And so to the main event.

We're looking forward to tomorrow, the pride of a vibrant and iconic city, this is where race-lovers and fun lovers alike create an atmosphere which can’t be replicated and experience that will never be forgotten.

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