Around 4,000 people attended the first day of the Glorious Finale, held at Perth Racecourse.
One of the main attractions for race-goers on Wednesday was the David Whitaker Handicap Steeple Chase, which offered a prize of £13,000.
The race was held in memory of former Perth Racecourse chairman David Whitaker. He took over the reins at the venue for around 25 years and helped steer the racecourse through a period of development at the site.
The two-day Glorious Finale event will close on Thursday when the winner of the Lord Mansfield Memorial Handicap Steeple Chase will be presented a trophy by Lady Mansfield of Scone Palace.
Hazel Peplinksi, chief executive at Perth Racecourse, said: “It is traditional for Perth to close the season with a very strong two-day meeting, especially as the National Hunt season is crossing over into the winter one.”
Thursday’s event will close the season at Perth Racecourse. The first race will begin at 2.10pm, with the final race scheduled to take place at 5.40pm.
For more information visit www.perth-races.co.uk