Fash­ion judges given tough task

Mata­mata Rac­ing Club’s J Swap Con­trac­tors Mata­mata Breed­ers’ Stakes saw a bright, colour­ful bunch of peo­ple take to the cat­walk in the popular Fash­ion in the Fields. Milly Keys caught the ac­tion. For more pho­tos, check out our Face­book page.

Matamata Chronicle - - Breeders’ Stakes -

Both women and men were dressed to the nines for Satur­day’s J Swap Con­trac­tors Mata­mata Breed­ers’ Stakes Fash­ion in the Fields com­pe­ti­tion.

Judges Kyle Gold­sack from Tau­ranga, Roselle Blockey from Mount Maun­ganui and Ste­phie Jous­tra from Auck­land, who are all in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als, had the tough job on the day to de­cide cat­e­gory win­ners and then over­all supreme award.

Cam­bridge woman Al­isha Maxwell first won the En­vis­age Clas­sic Race­day El­e­gance cat­e­gory and was then an­nounced as the Tus­cany Road Supreme win­ner. This now qual­i­fies her to at­tend the pres­ti­gious na­tional fi­nal of Viva Prix De Fash­ion, held at Eller­slie on Derby Day.

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WIN­NERS: Over­all win­ners of the Fash­ion in the Field were, from left, Al­isha Maxwell, from Cam­bridge, who won the En­vis­age Clas­sic Race­day El­e­gance cat­e­gory and took out the Tus­cany Road Supreme prize, Belinda Green, from Pukekohe, who won the Ooby Ryn High Fash­ion cat­e­gory, and lo­cal man Peter Cole­man, who was the win­ner of the Ni­chol­son Au­tos Clas­sic men’s race day cat­e­gory.

RACE DAY TICK­ETS: Hannah Young wore an out­fit made en­tirely out of race tick­ets, in­clud­ing the fas­ci­na­tor.

HIGH FASH­ION: Fi­nal­ists’ lineup in the Ooby Ryn High Fash­ion cat­e­gory.

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