The fillies are back in their frocks and ready for some frothies to raise funds for the Warrnambool Specialist Developmental School.
The Fillies, Frocks and Frothies committee of Melissa Bowman, Jodie Greer, Karen Thomson and Jodie Fleming come together every two years for a night of laughter and socialising to raise money for organisations of their choice.
Ms Greer chose a cause close to her heart for this year's event.
"When I first came to Warrnambool 20 years ago I was involved with Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia where we would work with students of the school and the horses," she said.
"We would cater to each student's ability and we would go on rides or use horse therapy.
"After becoming a mother, over the years my children's friends have gone through the school and I've been friends with parents and teachers in the school community.
"As this year is my year to choose an organisation, I wanted to choose something totally different for us.
"I thought back and the school resonated with me and we know how much they need the funds."
The inaugural Fillies, Frocks and Frothies event raised more than $11,000 for the McGrath Foundation, followed by $10,500 for Love Your Sister.
Saturday's event promises to be another fun-filled night with your ticket getting you a drink on arrival and canapes throughout the event.
Beginning at 7pm at Lady Bay Resort, comedian Aiden Nicholson will be the Master of Ceremonies. Jason Gould will be in charge of the music and a large auction has something for everyone.
"We're just a little group of women working on the event every second year," Ms Greer said.
"And we love racing season.
"You don't have to be totally dressed up, drag out the dress you had on last year and come down and have a fun night."
Tickets are $80 and can be purchased via facebook.com/events/2590534184309979/
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