The 2004 Grand National winner Amberleigh House got involved during the annual Aintree jockeys' visit at Alder Hey Children's Hospital
Aintree Racecourse's Twitter account posted:
An assortment of fabulous and fascinating hats graced Aintree Racecourse today at the Grand National festival's Ladies Day.
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Ladies Day has got underway at the Grand National festival, shining a light on the female racegoers at Aintree Racecourse.
Merseyside police have issued safety tips for Aintree racegoers . They say, Grand National weekend is always one of the busiest times as a large number of people visit the city.
Over the course of the weekend there will be extra police officers in the city centre to ensure people can go about their business safely and enjoy all that the night time economy of Liverpool has to offer.
"We know that this weekend will certainly be a busy time for our region's pubs, clubs and bars and we want people to come into our city and enjoy themselves.
"There will be a large number of people in the city centre and we do not want any of them to become victims of crime. We want people to take responsibility for themselves; our messages to people coming into the city are - take some simple steps; keep your bags fastened and phones hidden, stay together and drink responsibly."
- Check your bag is closed especially in crowded areas.
- Don't leave shopping bags on display in your car.
- Separate a little money from your handbag so if your bag is stolen, you can get still get home.
- For men, keep your wallet or valuables out of sight if you can - use an inside buttoned pocket
- Think about when you need to withdraw cash - 2pm in the afternoon, when there are other people are about, is better than 2am in the morning when the street is quiet.
- Go with a friend
- Don't use cashpoints when you have been drinking
- If you see somebody suspicious, walk away and go back later
- Only take what you need, don't walk around with bundles of cash
- Don't count your money in full view of strangers
- Don't keep your PIN number with your cashcard
- Don't ask people to withdraw cash on your behalf
Today is the famous 'Ladies Day' at Aintree Festival ahead of the Grand National tomorrow. Thousands of women are competing in the fashion stakes.
Last year Liverpool One shopping centre said its stores had sold 2,000 litres of fake tan, 10,000 bags and 38,700 pairs of stilettos this week ahead of Ladies' Day.
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Guitar Pete ridden by Paul Carberry won the Injured Jockeys Fund 50th Anniversary 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle at Aintree.
Coleen Rooney is celebrating her 28th birthday at the Grand National today.
Coleen joined thousands of other racegoers on the opening day of the three day festival at Aintree.
Organisers of the Grand National have paid tribute to the 96 Hillsborough victims and their families with a floral display.
The Crabbie's Grand National has got underway at Aintree.
More than 150 thousand racegoers are expected at world-famous three-day event in Liverpool.