Ladies Day at the Grand National meeting at Aintree Racecourse takes place on Friday April 7 Here you will find all the Liverpool ECHO's coverage, best. Do a Google image search of ' Ladies Day Aintree ' and you'll be met with a flurry of pictures. Some show friends sat on the ground, giggling. Wasn't it Ladies Day? A booze-fuelled day at Aintree takes its toll as worse for wear racegoers kick off their heels and spill out of dresses (and. MOST Pokern 94 IN LIVING. Sporting fans cheers on the runners on a very sunny afternoon of sporting action. A woman in a white dress bravely jumped in the casino online real while onlookers snapped away on their phones. Will they get a nod from the judges? One racing fan proved her devotion by being game enough to jump on a race horse simulator for a gallop. Was the bodyguard Diana fell in love with bumped off? LadiesDay suns out, got a winner, life is perfect pic. A birthday girl, sporting a white lace fishtail gown left and a fellow attendee with a floral mullet hem dress. Follow us for the latest images from Aintree Racecourse. Putting the racy into racing! Sporting fans cheered enthusiastically as they took in the action on the track. Hats, high heels and glamorous dresses are the order of the day as lads and lasses head to the bar and place bets. This woman looked striking in an Africa-themed hat and dress with a statement bow left. Serena Williams' 16 best quotes on motherhood, victory and equal pay. After hours of free-flowing beer and wine, some ladies looked perilously close to spilling out of their eye-popping necklines. Some might be flashing their bums and boobs. The group of women didn't seem put off by the piles of garbage strewn all around them earlier today. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. Off for a gallop! As the day wore on, the alcohol seemingly got the better of these two women who couldn't resist taking a nap on the floor. Here comes the bride! Westfield shopping centre 'is evacuated in manic scenes' It's all being served up again this month! Rob Bradley, centre manager for St Johns said the centre has seen a week-on-week increase in footfall heading up to the festival.