The atmosphere was electric at yesterday's Horsham Cup.
More than 1800 racing fanatics dressed to impress and enjoyed a fantastic afternoon at the races.
Near-perfect weather greeted the spectators at the Horsham and District Racing Club, and the $50,000-main event did not disappoint.
It was a thrilling finish to the 1800-metre Miller Contractors and Plant Hire Horsham Cup, with Texan Warney making it a hat-trick of wins.
The Holly McKechnie-ridden seven-year-old gelding edged out eight-year-old British bay horse Dr Fremantle and five-year-old New Zealand gelding Magic Me to win the $30,000-first prize.
President Karen Thomas praised the crowd, which was slightly up from last year's attendance, on making the day a special one.
Off the track, there was plenty of entertainment to keep the racegoers amused.
The Time 2 Splurge fashions on the field was once again a big hit.