Some of our renowned racing stars will be trotting out to Fairyhouse this evening for the official launch of the the Irish Racing Post.
For years, the British edition has long been the bible for punters -- and the new edition is expected to meet with the same success.
To mark the occasion, there's an invite-only bash in the Meath racecourse to coincide with today's races and it will be attended by the likes of Daithi O Se, Nina Carberry, Ted Walsh and Colm O'Rourke, as well as RTE's Colm Murray. The €2m investment will create 25 jobs.
Karen Koster and the gang were out in force to mark the return of the RDS event, which runs from April 9-11 and is now in its second year.
And for the first time, the show will travel to Cork's Silver Springs Hotel from May 14-16 as fans check out all the hottest looks for 2010.
Featuring catwalk shows, top make-up and beauty tips, this year sees VIP packages for the show also on offer, costing from €65 a ticket.
The snapper, who has shot all our top beauties, is running Gossip club night at Spy on South William Street this Saturday and is promising plenty of familiar faces at the launch of the venue's new VIP area. Slipping behind the decks will be Stellar publisher Corina Gaffey, who'll be joined by DJ Mo Flynn as the pair belt out tunes for guests.
It's being held in the Tripod, on Harcourt Street, and the Scotsman and his learned pals will be holding forth on the topic of What Has Ireland Done For the World, which is really just an excuse for a good old knees-up.
The debate will be followed by a drinks reception hosted by Heineken Ireland, with a handful of tickets on offer from stpatricksfestival.ie
The top beauty will be turning on the smiles for the cameras at a Valentine's Day-themed shoot in the store's Lingerie Rooms aimed at inspiring some perfect gift solutions for loved ones.