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Racing ladies see red.

IT was ladies in red for the second day of racing at Cheltenham yesterday.

Even the queen's granddaughter and Olympian Zara Phillips got in on the act, wearing a bright coat in the parade ring alongside her mother, Princess Anne.

Zara presented winning jockey Barry Geraghty with a trophy and a kiss after his victory on Sprinter Sacre, before being joined by friends and husband Mike Tindall for the rest of the day's activities.

But it wasn't just Zara who dazzled the crowds in scarlet - racegoer Lystra Adams, from Staffordshire, turned a few heads herself in a stunning frock and eye-catching hat dressed with matching feathers. CHELTENHAM TODAY: PAGE 56


Scarlet women: Princess Anne and daughter Zara Phillips in the parade ring at Cheltenham Racecourse yesterday and left, Lystra Adams, from Staffordshire.
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Date:Mar 14, 2013
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