Fashion on the Field is like the ultimate 'Turnout' class for ladies, for anyone who has shown horses. You are scretenised within an enth degree in all of your performance as well as attire. It is the overall pleasing look to the eye of the overall picture. Ladies you were a picture of perfection with maybe a couple of exceptions but loved the day. I loved chatting, and seeing your inspirations. Some things did not final that I personally thought they were my favourite, but that is what it is all about. Personal taste, it does not mean the person next to you is a better person, it just means what that panel of judges thought was the most stylish in their eyes on the day. Kelli, who won is a wonderful contestant from NSW, but ladies don't hate her because she is our rival state, because she is actually a gorgeous person. Vicky in the black and white, I have taken a heap of photos of you, because you are so old school modelling. The day when a model had to move states if she became too overexposed. If I could work the catwalk even a 10th of what you did I would be a happy lady. Ladies take note, Vicky is in the black and white, a little Von Teese esque. Work it girlfriend. Ladies take notes of her poses as the camera and judges love it. I actually loved the very very short zebra print dress as a stunning piece but just a bit longer would have been more racing fashion. We are warming up to the grand daddy of all fashions on the field, but I am feeling the season. Don't let me down next week at Cox Plate. I will let you know on the site when the 'Caulfield Cup', Episode 5 of Racing Fashion TV, goes to air. Stay tuned.