August 27, 2018 Slideshows

Hat Day at the Races 2018 

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2018 Humboldt County Fair
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The Larry and Virginia Rodrigues family cheered on the horses and later won first place in the Best Couple or Group Hatagory.
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Karen Isbel, a horse trainer from Auburn, designed her jockey-and-horse hat with her favorite race-track saying, "Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!"
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Cruz Kirby (5) brought his toy horses to watch the finish line of raceNo. 4 from a seat at the rail with his mother Rosie Reynolds.
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Samantha Edwardes (right) accompanied her grandmother Nesya Tibbetts (both of Fortuna) out to the track for their first time out at Ladies Hat Day.
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Lauren Vanderwall, of Eureka, celebrated her win in the fifth race on Ladies Hat Day.
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Heather Logan, of Ferndale, designed her own hat and dress made with fabric printed with news stories from the early 1900s.
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Karen Isbel (front left), a horse trainer from Auburn, with her jockey-and-horse hat was named Runner-Up Winner. Contestants paraded on the horse track after the fifth race.
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Alex Alvarado (front left), of Ferndale, blew kisses to her fans as the contestants paraded on the horse track after the fifth race.
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Founder of Ladies Hat Day Debbie Retzloff-Olson (left), was joined by Lacey Olson and Cindy Olsen to wrap up the judging after more than 100 hat contestants paraded on the race track after the fifth race.
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Laura Roil, of Loleta, was awarded Honorable Mention for her hat design in the Funniest or Most Outrageous Hatagory.
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The "Valley Girls" were awarded Honorable Mention in the Best Couple or Group Hatagory for their teamwork and hat designs.
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Ferndale native son Guy Fieri was on hand to help present the Grand Prize and trophy to "A Slice of Family, Friendshp and Fun at the Races" group of race fans (mostly from Fortuna area) for their hats and watermelon-print outfits.
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The "A Slice of Family, Friendshp and Fun at the Races" gathered to celebrate their Ladies Hat Day Grand Prize award and trophy.
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Pam Judge, of McKinleyville, put her hat design to work in holding her race betting tickets.
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Mary Dorman, of Bayside, was awarded an Honorable Mention prize for her Best Racing Theme hat design and outfit.
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Photo by Mark Larson
The Larry and Virginia Rodrigues family cheered on the horses and later won first place in the Best Couple or Group Hatagory.

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