The L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate Racing Festival took place on Friday January 9 and Saturday January 10 at the Kenilworth Race Course.

Guests were dressed in blue and white for the oldest horse racing event in South Africa, and also one of the most stylish events of the year.

cap 1: Zoleka Mtila, Pumza DiBela and Pumla Hlomela, all from Brackenfell. 

cap 2: Megan Arendse, Melanie Goncalves, Elize Davis and Paddy Goncalves, all from Diep River. 

cap 3: Ntombezinhle Nzama and Thulile Zama came all the way from Durban to enjoy the event. 

cap 4: Lindeka Lebea from Muizenberg, with Sonti Msibi, Zimkhitha Tyani and Ntokozo Mbonane, all from Simonstown, 
cap 5: Ricardo, Mikayla and Daniela De silva, all from Muizenberg. 
cap 6: Gordon Loubser-Hattingh from Seapoint, and Sophia Bennett from England. 
cap 7: TV personality Luthando ‘Lootlove’ Shosha also attended the lavish event. 
cap 8: Shane Arrons from Johannesburg.
cap 9: Robert de Mink from Kuilsriver and Dawn Diergaardt from Durbanville. 
cap 10: Cindy Petre from Newlands and Natalie Harison from Pinelands. 
cap 11: Roxy Joubert from Milnerton and Clare Bennett, from Johannesburg.