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Saturday 28 May 2016
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When I got to Ireland I instantly felt connected to it and the people - Mara
RDS Ladies Day
Caroline Morahan (judge) chats to Herald writer Emma Blain.
MODEL ROLE: Pippa O'Connnor arrives back at the RDS yesterday for the first time since her fall
Ladies queue up to be judged for the Best Dressed contest with the winner taking home 10,000 euros.
Herald writer Emma Blain has her footwear examined by the judges.
From left: Sharon Kelly, Lisa Joyce, Sarah Hicks.
Sarah Knox and Emma Blain show off their racing outfits.
From left: Laura Oestreich from Switzerland and Holly Latimer show off their amazing hats.
Castleknock lass Dearbhla Hogan was wild about pink in this eye-catching ensemble.
From lefy: Michelle McManus, Julie Blake and Niamh Swail bought colour to the RDS.
Aneka Lawson from Louth and Pia O'Farrell from Monaghan didn't let the weather stop them from having fun on Ladies Day.
The Hayes Family: Joanne, Louise, Jo, Kathy, Nicola.
Kerry Barnes from Blackrock pictured with Christine Boyle from Churchtown.
Friends (from left) Deirdre Kelly, Tamra Kenny and Amy Trayer soak up the atmosphere at the RDS.
Wicklow gal Camile Goulding.
18-year-old Heather O'Brien opted for a sophisticated look with this black and white number.
Avril Ahern pictured in her eye-catching hat.
From left: Joanne Harmon and Paula Hicks in their frocks and fascinators.
Howard Taylor bought his own hat to Ladies Day.
Caroline Morahan with best dressed man Lorcan Hanlon and Synan Mahony.
Brendan Scully and Fiona Kiernan stike a pose at the RDS.
Dublin Rose Hannah McDonnell looked pretty in pink at the RDS.
Elyse Gaynor pays homage to racing in this inspired piece of millinery.
18-year-old Alison Garvey was the eventual winner on the day in this stunning black and white outfit.
Evian Ladies Day Winners (from left) Veronica Walsh,first place winner Alison Garvy and Evelyn Moyles.