It's only been a week since glamorous racegoers brightened up Cheltenham, but today the ladies of Ireland were ready to give them a run for their money. 

Racing fans pulled out all the stops in a variety of vibrant dresses, adventurous frocks and colourful outfits as they turned up in their finest attire for Student's Race Day at Cork racecourse.

Despite the windy weather, revellers didn't forgo their brave ensembles; plunging necklines, daring hemlines and leggy displays were the order of the day.

Taking place annually, the student event is part of the Irish venue's Easter festival, with tickets costing 10 euro each.

Groups of glamorous racegoers could be seen posing for photographs and taking selfies as they made the most out of the special occasion. 

It was a riot of colour today as fashionable racing fans stepped out in all their finery - including stylish two-pieces and figure-hugging dresses. 

While some opted for slinky silk dresses which they paired with sky-high stiletto heels, others donned neon mini frocks to display their toned legs.

Many donned outfits in vibrant hues of pinks and oranges, while some opted for more neutral colours or floral patterns.

Other racegoers sported bodycon dresses in a rainbow of shades, increasing the glamour with bouncy blowdrys, fake tans and lashings of mascara and false eyelashes.

The dress code at Cork racecourse is 'smart-casual', while no fancy dress is allowed.

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