ZARA Tindall posed in some of her favourite hats in the garden of her Minchinhampton home for Cheltenham Festival's virtual Ladies Day.

With this year's Cheltenham Festival not open to the public, virtual racegoers marked Day Two of the annual event by getting dressed up at home and posting their photos on social media.

Princess Anne's daughter, Zara, 39, is usually a regular face at the event with her husband Mike Tindall.

Yesterday, Zara modelled a selection of hats made by British milliners, as she enjoyed watching the races from her Gatcombe Park home.

And, magnificently for Ladies Day, the last race of the day was won by female jockey, Rachael Blackmore, continuing her successful run at this year's festival.

Riding Sir Gerhard, Ms Blackmore won the Weaterbys Champion Bumper, beating Kilcruit to the line.

Ms Blackmore made history on Day One of the festival (Tuesday), with victory in the Unibet Champion Hurdle where, riding Honeysuckle, she became the first female jockey to win the great race.