• Fashions add glitz and glamour to Dunkeld Cup dayPhotos

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    Fashions add glitz and glamour to Dunkeld Cup day | Photos Teletubbies Leroy Capewell, Josh Schapel, Jaton Smith, and Jeremy Nunan, all from Mount Gambier, at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE
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    Lisa Schmit, from Shepparton, Luke Sprin, Claire Groves, and Rynhard Smit, all from Noosa. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Shelby Pierce and Linley Parke, both of Hamilton, with co-ordinating outfits. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Dunkeld Cup Fashions on the Field winner Kelsey Lewis, from Hamilton. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Dunkeld Cup Fashions on the Field winner Kelsey Lewis, from Hamilton, with runner up Leila McDougall, from Tatyoon. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Dunkeld Cup mens Fashion on the Field winner Will Couch of Peterborough. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Matt Merrett and Abbey Minion, both of Penola celebrate Matt’s 21st birthday in style at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Ben Doukas, Jamie Malone, Lauren Peterson, Ben Thornton and Mitch Riordan, all of Warrnambool, at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Connections of #2 Diamonds at Noon, jockey Steve Vella, owners Brian Hudson, Myra Hudson, Jean Elliott, Keith Elliott, all of Geelong, and trainer Bill Cerchi, with the Dunkeld Cup silverware. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    It was a wet welcome to Victoria for this group of friends from Darwin at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Trevor Farrar, of Warrnambool, dressed as a lion to prowl around the track at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Kristian Dixon (centre dressed in yellow) and his friends, all from Melbourne, celebrating his bucks party with a trip to the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Trevor Farrar, of Warrnambool, dressed as a lion to prowl around the track at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Trevor Farrar, of Warrnambool, dressed as a lion to prowl around the track at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Jockeys Chelsea Hall, from Stawell, and Lucinda Doodt, from Ballarat, walked around the track to help raise money for the National Jockeys Trust, to help injured jockeys. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Heavy clouds, leading to lightning and rain, roll in over the Grampians and the Dunkeld track, leading to the disruption of the racing program. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Summa Daze and Dean Mulver, both on holidays from Amsterdam, dressed to impress at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Heavy clouds, leading to lightning and rain, roll in over the Grampians and the Dunkeld track, leading to the disruption of the racing program. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Racegoers seek shelter as the rain falls at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Racegoers seek shelter as the rain falls at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Racegoers seek shelter as the rain falls at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Creative shelter options became a necessity as rain fell at the Dunkeld Cup for Sarah Lay, Nicole Donal, Michael Ross, and Peter Williams, all from Ballarat. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Troy Young and Monte Gardner, both of Colac, enjoying a day a the Dunkeld races. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

    Megan King and Penelope Knowles, both of Warrnambool, happy with their day at the Dunkeld Cup. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE

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