For many ladies, dressing up is part of the experience, and with Ladies' Day in June Redcar provides a great excuse to wear a new dress!
There is no dress code at Redcar so the best advice is to dress for the weather and the occasion. You’ll find that more racegoers will dress up on a Premier Day than a Regular Day.
For ladies, hats are not compulsory though more and more people are wearing them, especially on Premier Days. Handbags should be big enough to hold a racecard - normally a DL sized booklet - as well as your essentials, with a secure zip compartment for your money and betting tickets.
Depending on the type of admission booked, you will have a ticket or a card / metal swing-badge. The latter should be prominently displayed - usually from a button hole or a handbag strap - so that it can be readily seen by officials.
A good deal of walking is involved on any racecourse, some of it on wet grass and at a brisk pace, so give particular thought to your footwear!