These pictures lay bare the boozy aftermath of a fun-filled Ladies Day at Aintree. Female racegoers appeared a bit worse for wear as they. BOOZE flowed throughout Ladies Day at Aintree as revellers got stuck in to the betting and bars – but for many it proved too much as they. Thousands turned out for Ladies Day on Friday, the second day of the Grand National Festival, which traditionally sees female racegoers. One woman who tired of her heels got inventive with a pair of plastic bags on her feet after a long day of standing. This woman kept it classic in a plain black maxi dress left while another went for a much more vibrant look in clashing fuchsia and turquoise right. For other inquiries, Contact Us. Thousands turned out for the second day of the racing festival, which traditionally sees female racegoers compete in the glamour stakes. Conor McGregor, Comedian Jack Whitehall and Liverpool FC player Jamie Carragher all make an appearance at this year's Grand National Festival. Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. Others were happy just to soak up the extra-special Aintree atmosphere, including mum and daughter Kirsty, 21, and Rosie Farrell, 49, who flew over from Newry, Co. A racegoer shows off Zara's much Instagrammed sell-out jacket left. Racegoers have been warned to expect heavy security, with cops telling revellers to arrive with plenty of time to spare. Another swaps her towering heels for flats after a long day on her feet right. All Living Real Life Dear Deidre Fabulous Virals Sun Mums Health Sex Fashion and Beauty Food Mystic Meg Puzzles. NAP and accas for Wednesday, August 2. It all got a bit too much for this woman who had to stop for a snooze on the steps left. For other inquiries, Contact Us. Log out My Account Subscribe Rewards Search Video. Ladies Day 13th April Make your Friday Fabulous at Aintree's Ladies Day. Our last hours with our son: If you would like to add a comment, please register or log in. Racing fans enjoy the action and cheer on the runners while sipping on bottles of cider.