Sale Cup in pictures - off the track By Kellie Scott Oct. 30, 2012, 10:57 a.m. WHILE there is some horse racing on Sale Cup day, much of the focus is off the track. Kellie Scott was at Greenwattle Racecourse to take in the colour and excitement. Sale Cup in pictures - off the track Crowds flock to Sale Cup day at Greenwattle Racecourse.Course clerk Floss Proud with Buddy.Will and Alan Proud rest against fence before races begin.Laurie and Heather Herron from Melbourne try to enjoy the races after their horse, the favourite in race five, is scratched.Kaysha, Jeff, Zade and Tarsha Mallinson from Rosedale wait for races to begin.Shelly Alexander and Dylan Youl.Entrants in the under 17 males section of Fashions on the Field line-up for the judges.Fashions on the Field under 17 male place-getters Rosedale's Zade Mallison (3rd), Sale's Thomas McLindin (2nd) and Maffra's Patrick Gardiner (1st).Entrants in the Fashions on the Field under 13 girls' line-up for judging.Fashion on the Field under 13 girls' winner Tijana Vandermeulen, of Traralgon, with mother Rhonda.Fashion on the Field under 17 female line-up for judging.Fashion on the Field under 17 females' runner-up Molly Coleman of Heyfield and winner Natasha Klisiewicz of Sale with judges Sarah Churchill, Nathan Whitton and Nicole de Silva and Mirvac marketing manager Kathleen McIvor.Fashion on the Field under 17 females' runner-up Molly Coleman of Heyfield with father Mark, grandparents Heather and Ian Munford and mother Tania Coleman.Mad Hatter Martin Healy of Sale (formerly Manchester) with Ellen Patterson of Newborough.Emma Bartlett and Perta Lawler.Fashion on the Field male contestants line-up for judging.Fashions on the Field men's winner Nathan Miller of Altona and runner-up James Boulton of Sale with Mirvac marketing manager Kathleen McIvor and judge Sarah Churchill.The ladies line-up before the judges in Fashions on the Field.The ladies line-up before the judges in Fashions on the Field.Fashions on the Field judges Sarah Churchill, Nathan Whitton and Nicole de Silva debate.Fashions on the Field judge Nathan Whitton with Traralgon's Chelsea Zwierlein (best hat) and Sale's Hannah Young (women's open winner).TweetFacebook of ╳exitWHILE there is some horse racing on Sale Cup day, much of the focus is off the track. Kellie Scott was at Greenwattle Racecourse to take in the colour and excitement.