It is not at all clear what the two people tried to do in the photo on the left in this photo, but it was a source of much fun for their partner dressed in pink.

Thousands of gamblers will expect a more relaxed ending to their weekend after losing their hair for a holiday day at the Caulfield Cup in Melbourne on Saturday.

Some might be looking after heavy heads after challenging the showers at the Caulfield racecourse for one of the richest breeds in Australia.

The meeting comes a week after Sydneysiders got dressed to impress an exciting race day at Royal Randwick.

Wet conditions in the southeast of Melbourne did not dampen the liquors and many of the participants enjoyed cans of beer, cider or glasses of sparkling wine.

It is not at all clear what the two people tried to do in the photo on the left in this photo, but it was a source of much fun for their partner dressed in pink.

It is not at all clear what the two people tried to do in the photo on the left in this photo, but it was a source of much fun for their partner dressed in pink.

Security closely watched the thousands of competitors in the Caulfield Cup race in Melbourne on Saturday

Security closely watched the thousands of competitors in the Caulfield Cup race in Melbourne on Saturday

Security closely watched the thousands of competitors in the Caulfield Cup race in Melbourne on Saturday

Victoria police expected a busy day on Saturday, saying they would not tolerate "ungovernable" behavior at the Melbourne event

Victoria police expected a busy day on Saturday, saying they would not tolerate "ungovernable" behavior at the Melbourne event

Victoria police expected a busy day on Saturday, saying they would not tolerate "ungovernable" behavior at the Melbourne event

  The wet conditions on the race course in southeast Melbourne did not prevent attendees from trying to get over Randwick's party atmosphere with cans of beer, cider and glasses of sparkling wine.

  The wet conditions on the race course in southeast Melbourne did not prevent attendees from trying to get over Randwick's party atmosphere with cans of beer, cider and glasses of sparkling wine.

The wet conditions on the race course in southeast Melbourne did not prevent attendees from trying to get over Randwick's party atmosphere with cans of beer, cider and glasses of sparkling wine.

One of them, literally, took off his heels when he imagined her holding a stiletto inside the place in the southeast of Melbourne

One of them, literally, took off his heels when he imagined her holding a stiletto inside the place in the southeast of Melbourne

One of them, literally, took off his heels when he imagined her holding a stiletto inside the place in the southeast of Melbourne

A female attendant looked like she was starting a 100-meter race as she lost her balance on the grass inside the grounds

A female attendant looked like she was starting a 100-meter race as she lost her balance on the grass inside the grounds

A female attendant looked like she was starting a 100-meter race as she lost her balance on the grass inside the grounds

It was clear that the event attendees cared as much about the party as it was about the races themselves, and global DJ Grant Smilie helped create a festival atmosphere inside the venue by spinning the covers

It was clear that the event attendees cared as much about the party as it was about the races themselves, and global DJ Grant Smilie helped create a festival atmosphere inside the venue by spinning the covers

It was clear that the event attendees cared as much about the party as it was about the races themselves, and global DJ Grant Smilie helped create a festival atmosphere inside the venue by spinning the covers

It was clear that attendees at the event cared as much about the parties as they did about the races themselves, and global DJ Grant Smilie helped create an on-site festival atmosphere by spinning the decks.

He left Los Angeles to become the owner of the BMW Caulfield Cup and was backed by the Australian rock band The Temper Trap in the exciting fans of the Victoria race.

A group of racing fans seemed to be making the most of the festivities that were offered while holding cans of lager and playing music.

Another group of friends huddled under an umbrella were all smiles despite the downpour, much more so than the gentleman on his left who seemed to have let the miserable conditions affect him.

DJ Grant Smillie flew from Los Angeles to become the owner of the BMW Caulfield Cup and was backed by the Australian rock band The Temper Trap in the exciting fans of Victoria's career.

DJ Grant Smillie flew from Los Angeles to become the owner of the BMW Caulfield Cup and was backed by the Australian rock band The Temper Trap in the exciting fans of Victoria's career.

DJ Grant Smillie flew from Los Angeles to become the owner of the BMW Caulfield Cup and was backed by the Australian rock band The Temper Trap in the exciting fans of Victoria's career.

One participant used an anorak provided by the organizers to face the rain that fell all day at the Caulfield racecourse.

One participant used an anorak provided by the organizers to face the rain that fell all day at the Caulfield racecourse.

One participant used an anorak provided by the organizers to face the rain that fell all day at the Caulfield racecourse.

Melbourne's spring racing season is in full swing, with just over two weeks before the Melbourne Cup.

Melbourne's spring racing season is in full swing, with just over two weeks before the Melbourne Cup.

Melbourne's spring racing season is in full swing, with just over two weeks before the Melbourne Cup.

For many, however, the priority for their day at the races was to keep their expensive clothes dry.

One race racer used an anorak provided by the organizers to deal with the rain, but for another was forced to use a makeshift shelter consisting of a plate of aluminum cake.

A male reveler showed his chivalrous side and was photographed with his arm around a guest who was kept warm thanks to his jacket.

When DJ Smillie captivated thousands of attendees at the dance party, an attendee boldly attempted a handstand, all while wearing chinos and brogues.

When DJ Smillie captivated thousands of attendees at the dance party, an attendee boldly attempted a handstand, all while wearing chinos and brogues.

When DJ Smillie captivated thousands of attendees at the dance party, an attendee boldly attempted a handstand, all while wearing chinos and brogues.

When DJ Smillie captivated thousands of attendees at the dance party, an attendee boldly attempted a handstand, all while wearing chinos and brogues.

A male reveler showed that chivalry was not yet dead, since he imagined it with his arm around a guest who was kept warm thanks to his jacket.

A male reveler showed that chivalry was not yet dead, since he imagined it with his arm around a guest who was kept warm thanks to his jacket.

A male reveler showed that chivalry was not yet dead, since he imagined it with his arm around a guest who was kept warm thanks to his jacket.

An attendant was seen putting his blue-collared shirt and his black jacket together with a fascinating rose with ruffles perched next to his sunglasses on his head.

Another who proudly wore a red mullet clutched two cans while celebrating with friends who wore a pink shirt, a paisley tie and a light blue suit.

Melbourne's spring racing season is in full swing, with just over two weeks before the Melbourne Cup.

However, the less than stellar weather conditions seemed to be too high for a fanatic, since she imagined her being trampled while she was curled up with her friend in a picnic blanket.

However, the less than stellar weather conditions seemed to be too high for a fanatic, since she imagined her being trampled while she was curled up with her friend in a picnic blanket.

However, the less than stellar weather conditions seemed to be too high for a fanatic, since she imagined her being trampled while she was curled up with her friend in a picnic blanket.

Thousands of gamblers will expect a more relaxing end to their weekend after losing their hair for a holiday at the Caulfield Cup in Melbourne on Saturday

Thousands of gamblers will expect a more relaxing end to their weekend after losing their hair for a holiday at the Caulfield Cup in Melbourne on Saturday

Thousands of gamblers will expect a more relaxing end to their weekend after losing their hair for a holiday at the Caulfield Cup in Melbourne on Saturday

As an elegantly dressed lady perhaps celebrated a victory, another opted to take a selfie to capture the moment

As an elegantly dressed lady perhaps celebrated a victory, another opted to take a selfie to capture the moment

As an elegantly dressed lady perhaps celebrated a victory, another opted to take a selfie to capture the moment

However, the less than stellar weather conditions seemed to be too high for a fan, as she was seen staring trampled while huddled with her friend in a picnic blanket.

Victoria police expected a busy day on Saturday, saying they would not tolerate "ungovernable" behavior at the Melbourne event.

Inspector Morgan said: "Our message to the small minority of gamblers who choose to do something wrong is that offensive and antisocial behavior will not be tolerated."

Traffic police and protection services officers patrolled the transportation network around the site that day.

Race participants were told to plan their trip to and from the race grounds and to use a designated driver if they were planning to drink.

Pilots dressed in brightly colored dresses and matching hats celebrated a victory at the Caulfield racecourse

Pilots dressed in brightly colored dresses and matching hats celebrated a victory at the Caulfield racecourse

Pilots dressed in brightly colored dresses and matching hats celebrated a victory at the Caulfield racecourse

One racing player combined a skin shot with an intricate head piece, while another woman wore an orange dress.

One racing player combined a skin shot with an intricate head piece, while another woman wore an orange dress.

One racing player combined a skin shot with an intricate head piece, while another woman wore an orange dress.

Some pilots opted for brightly colored suits, while others wore striped pieces for the Caulfield Cup.

Some pilots opted for brightly colored suits, while others wore striped pieces for the Caulfield Cup.

Some pilots opted for brightly colored suits, while others wore striped pieces for the Caulfield Cup.

Smiley rivals posed for pictures dressed in their best races when the Melbourne Spring racing season began to work

Smiley rivals posed for pictures dressed in their best races when the Melbourne Spring racing season began to work

Smiley rivals posed for pictures dressed in their best races when the Melbourne Spring racing season began to work

The flashy headdresses were a key feature of the day.

The flashy headdresses were a key feature of the day.

Car race participants proudly showed their fascination as they were leading their best races.

Car race participants proudly showed their fascination as they were leading their best races.

The striking headdresses were one of the key features of the day, as the participants of the race were proud of their fascination

The pilots were spotted making their way through the Caulfield Racetrack in eye-catching outfits in one of the richest breeds in Australia

The pilots were spotted making their way through the Caulfield Racetrack in eye-catching outfits in one of the richest breeds in Australia

The pilots were spotted making their way through the Caulfield Racetrack in eye-catching outfits in one of the richest breeds in Australia

One of the pilots wore a peacock-inspired fascination when a friend clung to a rainbow umbrella, preparing for the humid weather forecast for Saturday

One of the pilots wore a peacock-inspired fascination when a friend clung to a rainbow umbrella, preparing for the humid weather forecast for Saturday

One of the pilots wore a peacock-inspired fascination when a friend clung to a rainbow umbrella, preparing for the humid weather forecast for Saturday

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