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Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 Most Stylish competition

Launching the Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 were, Jockey, Donal McInerney, event judge Sinead O’Brien, Sineads Curvy Style and Aidan Liddy, Keanes Jewellers. Picture: Alan Place.

Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 Most Stylish competition

Keanes Jewellers returns as title sponsor of the Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 Most Stylish competition on Sunday, 8 October. The lucky winner will receive a diamond pendant to the value of €4,000 from the popular jewellery store. Second Prize is a shopping experience to the value of €1,000 from the nationwide retail outlet Carraig Donn. Third prize is a luxury hamper sponsored by well-known Irish brand Inis – The Energy of the Sea. The ten finalists will each receive a goodie bag. 

Aidan Lyddy of Keanes Jewellers said “We’re delighted to be sponsoring Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 again this year.  Last year was a resounding success; it’s a hugely popular event that continues to grow annually.  It really is a fantastic boost for the city and its people.  We’re very proud here at Keanes to be part of such a wonderful event.  Ladies Day this October 8th will, of course, be filled with stylish ladies and we want to encourage everyone of all ages to register for it. Even if they don’t, we’d be delighted to have the ladies of Limerick, and beyond, come over and say hello to us”





What is promising to be a fashionable and thrilling day out, Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day will be judged by popular blogger and local lady Sinead O’Brien, Sinead’s Curvy Style.


Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017

Keanes Jewellers returns as title sponsor of the Most Stylish Ladies Day competition at Limerick Racecourse on Sunday, 8 October. Picture: Alan Place

Sinead is one of Ireland’s leading personalities in social media (Snapchat @sineadscurvys), fashion, modelling, and of course her love for blogging.


Sinead O’Brien commented “As a Patrickswell lady, I have attended many a race day – I have always enjoyed the style, it certainly never disappoints. It’s also very exciting to be on the other side of the fence for a change as a judge! I wish to encourage ladies of all shapes and sizes to register on the day; I can’t wait to see how you put your overall look together to suit your shape. It’s going to be such a fun and stylish day out for all. I’m sorry I can’t enter to win that diamond pendant myself”

There shall be two fashions shows in the Fashion Village from 2 pm featuring the latest fashion from Carraig Donn with Celia Holman Lee as MC. Celia will also be on hand offering style advice throughout the day.

Tickets for Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day are priced at €15 per person and may be purchased online on or on the day.  Registration for Keanes Most Stylish Lady will take place in the marquee where all ladies are welcome to register. Entrants shall have their picture taken by the ladies day team and also enjoy a prosecco reception.

Keanes Jewellers Ladies Day forms part of the Munster Weekend of Racing with the McMahons Munster Mile on Saturday 7 (Flat card) and The John Thomas McNamara Ladbrokes Munster National on Sunday 8 (NH card)

There will be a host of free family entertainment to enjoy on Saturday, 7 October including an onsite playground, cinema club, bouncy castle, face-painting, clowns, mini disco, Disney characters and more.

To purchase tickets to the Limerick Racecourse Ladies Day 2017 click here 

To read more of our stories of previous Limerick Racecourse Ladies Days click here

To find out more about Keanes Jewellers Limerick click here  


Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.