The races are globally known fashion bonanza. It has always been about who is best dressed between the ladies but know it seems as if it is an integral aspect of the races and that without the high fashion the races seize to exist. Expensive and couture fashion houses are put to work (hard work) to create custom dresses for race attenders so that no two people will have the same dress. Milliners will create costly extravagant and sometimes silly hats that are synonymous with lady’s fashion at the races. It is truly a fashion show among the aroma of horse manure and sweaty horse betters. There are some races that attract more attraction than others for their fashion and they have specific ‘ladies days’ set out.  This is a day where the ladies put on their best dresses, hats, high heels and get their hair professionally done in a bid to be crowned the best dressed as well as take

in the racing. On ladies’ day the women usually enter the often-expensive races free of charge. Ladies’ Day at the races is still a major event for almost every racecourse globally. From Dubai to London, Ladies Day is the most highly marketed event of the year for a racecourse. Ladies day will typically combine the biggest and fiercest horse races on the calendar with the chance to get dressed up and to win the of ‘best dressed lady’ just for looking good. Many racecourses offer huge luxurious prizes for the winner and for the runners up as not everyone is a winner. Ladies’ Day can seem very intimidating for outsiders. Many beautifully-dressed women in expensive designer dresses accompanied by their male counterparts donning three-piece suits. Some Ladies Days will be more well-known than others. As you can guess the well-known race days will have very a fierce competition between newbies and veteran fashion lovers alike. The Grand National Ladies’…

Betting has been a ‘pastime’ for the rich ever since the Victorian Ages in Britain when the first pub came to be. The wealthy would bet on which dog to kill the most rats in the shortest amount of time in a sport called ‘ratting’. It was a very gruesome and violent game that encouraged animal cruelty but with little rules and regulations being put in place in that time it was not a bother to anybody. Betting can quickly become addictive. The thrill of ‘almost’ winning each time is what pushes the individual do keep wanting to bet more and more. If you are considering starting to bet on horse races, then you may be concerned about how much more dangerous it is than any other types of betting.  There is always a risk as with all types but the risk of becoming addicted is much higher with horse racing because you will believe that a specific horse has

all the power in the world because it has won once. Horses do not get affected by emotions and so they are likened to machines that can keep going on and on. In comparison to a footballer if his girlfriend leaves him he is more susceptible to feeling pain and gloom thus performing less on the field. Betting on horse races is not much different to any other type of betting with regards to addiction. It is just as easy to start to enjoy the thrill of the risk and winning as it is with any other type of gambling and so there is no added danger. Getting carried away can be a risk with all types of gambling. The risk of spending more money more so present with horse betting due to the caliber of the sport. Horse betting is a past time known for the upper-class society who have money to spend and money to lose. They never…