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KYLE RIBANT JRN 336 KWR

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“It wouldn’t surprise me if when I die they stuff me and stand me right next to Phar Lap.”

By Lauren Barbagallo Photograph Andrew Rankin

FOND MEMORIES OF FLEMINGTON IN 1962 ROBERT MENZIES WAS PRIME MINISTER, AUSTRALIA WON 38 GOLD MEDALS AT THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND COMMONWEALTH GAMES, AND WILDLIFE EXPERT STEVE IRWIN WAS BORN. IN THAT SAME YEAR, 18-YEAROLD MODEL MARGARET GAUDION (WOOD) MADE AUSTRALIAN RACING HISTORY BY BECOMING THE VERY FIRST WOMAN TO WIN THE, NOW HIGHLY COVETED, FASHIONS ON THE FIELD AT FLEMINGTON. Pantyhose and pearls were a must, bare knees and knuckles were a no-no, and Marg’s white linen coat with large patch pockets, complete with matching gloves, shoes, handbag and frothy pink tulle hat, ticked all of the Flemington fashion judges’ boxes. “When I was first asked to enter the contest I was actually ineligible,” says Marg with a giggle. “Back then the rule was that your outfit must be store-bought and cost less than 30 pound. I wore a dress that was home made!” Just beginning a modelling career, which would span the next 12 years, Marg couldn’t really afford an expensive outfit. However, excited by the hype of the event, she borrowed a hat, borrowed the money for an

outfit, went back to the races, won Final Day and then Fashions on the Field. “I never dreamed I would actually win,” exclaims Marg. “And my parents couldn’t believe it when I came home with a brand new, and very stylish, Ford Falcon Futura.” Fashions on the Field captured the imagination of the public and dominated the papers. But Marg says that despite all the snapshots taken by photographers it’s her mother’s photograph, taken on a brownie-box camera, that has stood the test of time. The photo, along with Marg’s race day hat can be found at the Australian Racing Museum – where all great racing moments are immortalised.

“It wouldn’t surprise me if when I die they stuff me and stand me right next to Phar Lap,” jokes Marg. For now Marg is enjoying a more active participation in the racing realm. Over the years she has attended The Melbourne Cup as a guest of honour and in 2004 joined the Fashions on the Field judging panel. “I just don’t know how they do it!” exclaims Marg. “All of the entrants are so stunning and there’s such a variation of fashion – it’s so hard to pick a favourite. It’s unbelievable that almost 50 years ago somebody created an event to get women to go to the races and now Fashions on the Field has evolved in to a major part of Australian racing culture, and women and

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Kyle Ribant Graphic Journal