It was a celebration of glamour together with a glimpse of some not-often-seen outfits at the Easter race meeting at Clare.
There was a man in a green suit, another in a light-blue suit and yet another in a red suit.
Scotsman Graeme Wright, of Clare, wore his kilt. "Ït helps me pick up chicks," he said.
Fascinators galore and glasses of wine completed the festive atmosphere.
Some of the fashions were amazing as was the height of the heels worn by many of the women.
Tara Wachtel, left, Simon David and Shayne Smith.
Ashleigh Stapleton, back left, Kirstie Macey, Nicole McKenzie, all of Waikerie, and, front, Ebony Mader, of Waikerie, Holly Cowland, of Swan Reach, and Monique Carcura, of Streaky Bay.
Lachlan, left, and Lyndon Prior, of Greenock, with Ella Laucke, of Eudunda. Lyndon, formerly of Port Pirie, has just taken over as publican of the Greenock Hotel.
Angela Smith, left, of Whyalla, Leanne Taylor, of Adelaide, and Vickie Hancock, of Whyalla, were guests in former politician Caroline Schaefer's tent and stayed in Clare overnight.
Alison King, left, Gary Roberts and Ros Mayfield, all of Port Pirie, enjoyed the sunshine.
Olga Parker, of Adelaide, who speaks Russian, attended the races with a group of 10 friends.
WHO'S GOT THE BEST SKIRT? Graeme Wright, of Clare, wore his kilt to the races and was joined by Amy Schmid, left, and Emily-Jane Mineff, both of Brighton.
Carpark attendant Peter Shandley, of Armagh, directs a bus into the site.
Revellers enjoy the atmosphere of the Clare Easter Races.
Lauren Mawson, left, Ashleigh Henirich, both of Freeling, Stacey Mugge, of Blyth, and Budgie Ross, of Hillttown.
Kirk Kirvan and Lyndsee Wyatt, both of Roseworthy. Lyndsee's father Anthony Wyatt is a farrier in the Clare district.
Tyson Hamilton, left, Churchy Schultz and Jess Bates, all of Gawler. Tyson is part-owner of The Shadow Dancer which ran at the meeting.
Gabby Graetz, left, of Marion, Scott Paine, of Perth, Kate Maynard, of Freeling, Nathan Holman, of Adelaide, and Catie Bartholomaeus, of Clare.
Ashley Hitch, left, of Adelaide, formerly of Melrose, and Scott Cameron, of Adelaide, checked out the big screen at the races. Ashley and Scott are married to sisters Jaime and Kristy (nee Waters), originally of Booleroo Centre.
The Clare Valley Racing Club presented a seven-event program on a magnificent track.