Do you think you have what it takes to take the crown as most stylish man or woman?

This year’s Tramore August Racing Festival is giving you the chance to walk away with €1000 Redlane/ T.R.M voucher, a selection of the barware collection from the House of Waterford Crystal and a 2-night stay at the newly refurbished Tower hotel. Runner-up prizes with thanks to Blackwater Distillery. All you have to do is dress to impress this coming Style evening at Tramore Racecourse on Saturday 17th August.

Style guest judges Former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh and Rugby pundit Brent Pope will be there on the day to give away over €5000 worth of prizes. Gates open at 5 pm with entrants for Style evening asked to arrive early to register.

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@aoife_walsh_x and @popeapparel team up to judge the Most Stylish Competition here at Tramore on Saturday 17th August. A new format has been introduced which will include stylish men in the competition line up as well as an increased prize fund and the option to register for consideration too. The Most Stylish Man will win a €1,000 voucher for @trmwaterford, @waterfordcrystalfactory selection worth €400 and a VIP trip for two to @towerhotelwd . Meanwhile, The Most Stylish Lady will win a €1,000 voucher for @redlane.ie , @waterfordcrystalfactory selection worth €400, two nights in a Deluxe Riverview suite with breakfast on both mornings, Afternoon Tea on arrival and Dinner on one evening in Hobson's restaurant courtesy of the @towerhotelwd #TramoreRaces runner up prizes sponsored by @blackwaterdistillery @goracing.ie

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Interested? You can pre-register for the Style evening here or on the day.

Sponsors of the Style evening have given us a sneak peek at their latest fashion and some ideas of what could make you the most stylish on Saturday 17th August.

For men looking to win the €1000 T.R.M voucher, Elaine Roche says it’s about showing your personality through your style. Men are becoming more and more conscious of fashion and can find ways to express their style in different ways.

For the ladies, a €1000 Redlane Boutique voucher is just one of the prizes on offer. Located in Tramore, it has been a powerhouse for fashion in Ireland. Its website launched back in 2008 and has dressed the best for years.

Catherine Keighery runs the boutique and online store and recommends some pastels for the evening.

Style evening is part of the 4-day Tramore August Racing Festival and looks to entertain people of all ages both on and off the track this year.

Speaking at the launch in Tramore, Racecourse manager Owen Byrne says “I have tried to bring some of the ‘sense of occasion’ to our plans for the August Festival”.

Some of the leading trainers, jockeys and owners are set to be in attendance at the South East venue with the huge addition of the €30,000 ‘Flynns Hotel’ feature race on the first day.

Race-goers can look forward to a revamped racecourse with the Blackwater Distillery Marquee; The Blackwater Distillery Lawn Bar; The Bistro; The Oyster Bar; the refurbished Inside Track Bar and Winner’s Circle Bar.

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Race tickets are available here as well as hospitality packages.

Thursday 15th August

The festival kicks off with a seven-race card set to impress. The National Hunt Races get underway at 17.15 and the final race of the day sets off at 20.20.

17.15 – The Pat Woodbyrne Memorial Beginners Steeplechase of €12,500
17.45 – The Three Ireland Novice Steeplechase of 12,500
18.15 – The Victoria House Maiden Hurdle of 11,500
18.45 – The Flynn Hotels Handicap Hurdle of 30,000
19.20 – The Michael Griffin Auctioneers Rated Novice Hurdle of 12,500
19.50 – The O’Neill’s Bar Handicap Hurdle of 10,500
20.20 – The Sands Hotel Tramore Ladies Maiden of 12,500

Friday 16th August

Day two sees the August festival in full swing for its BBQ evening. A seven-race card gets underway at 17.00 with the last race at 20.10.

17.00 – The EY Steeplechase of €20,000
17.30 – The MM Halley Solicitors Handicap Steeplechase of 10,500
18.00 – The Noel Ryan Tree Surgeon Mares Maiden Hurdle
18.35 – The Assembly Techniques Handicap Hurdle of 12,500
19.05 – The Definite Ruby Maiden Hurdle of 11,500
19.35 – The ELC Laser Group Mares Handicap Hurdle of 12,500
20.10 – The Brennan’s Pharmacy Flat Race of 10,500

Saturday 17th August

Saturday is all about style as you enjoy an evening of memorable racing and entertainment from Soul Reason in the festival marquee. The first race is at 17.10 with the final race of the day underway at 20.10.

17.10 – The Ashtown House Stud Irish EBF Fillies Maiden of €15,000
17.40 – The Perennial Freight Rated Race of €11,500
18.10 – The Dan Cowman Memorial Maiden of €12,500
18.40 – The Assembly Techniques Handicap of €20,000
19.10 – The Strand Inn Dunmore Handicap of €10,500
19.40 – The Hibernian Hotel Tramore Handicap of €12,500
20.10 – The Morris Builders DIY Handicap of €10,500

Sunday 18th August

The final day of the Tramore August Racing Festival is all about family and racing. Bouncy castles, climbing walls, face painting and more will grace the Tramore venue on the day as children enjoy fun and games while adults are entertained by a top-quality seven-race card. The first race goes to post at 14.10 whilst the final race o the day gets underway at 17.10.

14.10 – The Comeragh Veterinary Maiden Hurdle of €11,500
14.40 – The Tramore Amusement & Leisure Park Maiden Hurdle of €11,500
15.10 – The Frank Gillane Handicap Hurdle of €10,500
15.40 – The Europcar Mares Beginners Steeplechase of €12,500
16.10 – The Mc’Carthy’s Irish Bar Handicap Steeplechase of €30,000
16.40 – The Heinz Pollmeier Memorial Handicap Steeplechase of €12,500
17.10 – The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Flat Race of €11,000

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