Thousands of Glammed-up Punters let their Hair Down in the Spirit of St Patrick’s Day for a Scorching 30C Ladies Day at Rosehill

Thousands of racegoers enjoyed a day of sunshine in the scorching 30C heat to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Sydney.

Ladies Day at Rosehill Racecourse was ripe with women donning colourful frocks while some decided to embrace the traditional Celtic festivities in green suits.

Many revellers were seen letting their hair down as they embraced the spirit of the Irish.

While St Patrick’s Day is generally celebrated in hues of green, some revellers chose to wear other bright frocks making them stand out from the crowd.

Thousands of race goers enjoyed a day of sunshine to celebrate St Patrick's Day in Sydney at the Rosehill Races (pictured)

The day of madness continued as thousands of race goers got a taste for the traditional Irish celebrations (pictured)

One reveller had to be held to her feet by three police officers at Rosehill Racecourse on Saturday afternoon (pictured)

A racegoer appeared to have a wardrobe malfunction as what seems to be a dress, got caught in the glittery handbag

Some people did not seem to tire as they day wore on, with many laughs being had between friends (pictured)

Many revellers were seen letting their hair down as the day turned into madness in Sydney's western suburbs (pictured)

The western suburb came to life on Saturday March 17 as thousands continued to spend the day sharing a laugh with friends.

Whether they were wearing vibrant flower crowns or elegant gold head pieces, many made sure they caught the moment on camera.

The men got in on the fun too, many wearing simple white shirts topped with groovy white fedoras and bright sunglasses.

Champagne flutes were in hand while hundreds celebrated the day basking in the autumn sunshine.

One racegoer wore a white lace dress with a plunging neck line complete with a large pink rose and crystal head band

Some women were seen putting their feet up as they enjoyed the race day on Saturday, March 17 (pictured)

Getting into the race day spirit, some women were seen donning extravagant flower crowns with champagne flutes in hand

One woman got into the Irish spirit by wearing vibrant green tassel earrings and a matching green felt hat (pictured)

A group of punters put their feet up for a rest towards the end of race day celebrations as the sun began to set (pictured)

While the horses had run their race, festivities continued well into the afternoon while beverages were enjoyed sitting down

 While many race goers opted to attend without any head pieces, one person chose a more suave look with simple black hat

Some people enjoyed champagne through the day at Chandon S Ladies Day while others got a glance at the country’s best fillies and mares competing for $600,000 at the prestigious Rosehill Gardens.

Racegoers tested whether the luck of the Irish was on their side today placing bets on the winning horses as others may have received some unfortunate losses.

Not many people appeared to look fatigued as they managed to remain in high spirits through the day and into the evening.

One woman looked classy in shades of pink with an elegant blush coloured head piece and flute of bubbles in one hand

The men got in on the fun too, many wearing simple white shirts topped with groovy white fedoras and bright sunglasses

One gentleman got into the race day spirit with a bright coloured tie and matching shirt paired with an eye patch (pictured)

While St Patrick's Day is generally celebrated in hues of green, some revellers chose to wear other bright frocks (pictured)

Hundreds of race goers made sure they caught the moment on camera, posing in their yellow frocks and gold head pieces