WATCH: Nashville awaits winner of Fairyhouse Festival's Most Stylish Lady

Friday, 12th April, 2019 9:40am

WATCH: Nashville awaits winner of Fairyhouse Festival's Most Stylish Lady

Debbie O'Donnell, Xpose, Una Healy and Grainne Ross.

On Easter Monday, the Most Stylish Lady competition is the main off-track attraction and the competition kicks off the racing style season. This year, Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa, the new style partner for Most Stylish Lady at Fairyhouse Racecourse, welcome singer-songwriter, Una Healy, as this year’s head judge.

Una Healy will join executive producer of Xpose, Debbie O’Donnell, and Gráinne Ross, managing director of Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa, to choose the most stylish lady on the day. The theme of this year’s Most Stylish Lady is Country Chic, and the judges will look for a lady who has dressed to impress, with her personal take on the theme, and of course, the essential race day head piece.


This year, the winning lady will receive the best prize for the event to date - a trip to Nashville, USA. The prize includes an overnight stay in Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa with dinner, then a private transfer to Dublin Airport, where the winner will enjoy the on-demand luxury services of Platinum Services, including their very own private suite, access to full bar and menu options, shower facilities and more.

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The winner will then be whisked away for four nights to the luxurious Bobby Hotel in Nashville.
The highly anticipated style event at Fairyhouse has traditionally been known to find new and unique winners through the years such as army captain, Catherine Lundon, from Mullingar, Garda Ciara Murphy from Dunboyne, and last year’s winner, Michelle Fallon, who designed her own hat with accessories from Penneys.
Ladies hoping to take part can register at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa Most Stylish Lady marquee beside the parade ring in Fairyhouse, from 12 noon on Easter Monday, 22nd April, 2019.

For the younger style brigade, Easter Sunday will feature a children’s Easter Bonnet competition, in association with La Bucca.
There is ample parking on site at Fairyhouse or leave the car at home and avail of the Easter Festival Coach Service, in association with Marathon Coaches. This return service links Fairyhouse to Dublin City Centre. See for details.

Meanwhile, Fairyhouse racecourse will be transformed into Ireland’s largest playground, with something for everyone, over the Easter weekend. 
All the family can experience one of Ireland’s most prestigious racecourses - the thrills and spills of Spring racing and the chance of seeing your racing heroes up-close will engage older kids and adults, while the younger members of the family can enjoy the bountiful free entertainment on offer.

Eyes peeled...Head Judge Una Healy

Fairyhouse’s Kids Go Free policy means that children under-16 enjoy free entry every day of the year with lots of activities on site.
Fairyhouse is proud to be a destination where all the family can enjoy quality time during their Easter holidays.
It promises to be a fantastic day out for all the family, and with ample free entertainment, great food, music and racing so parents are sure to be able to relax and enjoy some family time with a great day at the races.