Cheltenham Ladies Day sees glamorous punters go wild as they lap up the booze

Ladies dress to impress for one of the most high profile days of the horse racing calendar at .

The day of glamour sees fashion take centre stage with expensive outfits on show.

And the event also features a heavy amount of boozing, with champagne being chugged by the bottle.

The four drink limit imposed by Cheltenham to try to curb boozing hasn’t stopped the boozing.

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Scores of ladies were snapped last year knocking back the Moet, among some very famous faces.

The Duchess of Cornwall, Zara Tindall and Richard Hammond were all snapped enjoying the festivities at Cheltenham last year.

Other ladies days across British Racing have experienced even more drunken antics.

Aintree, hosting the Grand National, is known for its wild behaviour,

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The booze had clearly become a bit too much for one group of National revellers, who pictured lying around a pile of empties.

Others have used it as a chance to flash the flesh.

, while a racegoer looks on in disgust.

Another reveller, who appears to be on her Hen Party, is shown necking a bottle of champagne, which then sprays back in her face.

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Celebrating a few winners, a pair of pals are also shown kissing in Aintree.

And it’s not just the ladies behaving badly on the day.

Egged on by his mate, one reveller exposes his behind to photographers, while performing the Usain Bolt pose.

This year’s Ladies Day at Cheltenham will have a royal flavour, with Camilla making an appearance.

The winner of the Queen Mother Champion Steeplechase will be presented with a trophy by the Duchess of Cornwall.

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