'Animated' Coleen Rooney cheers in delight as her horse romps to victory

   Apr 13, 3:01 pm

London, Apr 13 (ANI): Coleen Rooney, who had odds of 50-1 on her backed horse, unsurprisingly got more than a little animated when it won.

The WAG was snapped in her private box at Aintree on Thursday cheering and whopping in delight as her gee-gee romped to victory .

Looking very pretty in a bright pink dress, the 26-year-old couldn't stop grinning as she larked about with her friends after she watched 'Follow The Plan' upstage its better rivals on the Betfred Bowl race this afternoon.

Footballer Wayne Rooney's wife threw her hands in the air in happiness and then made riding motions with her fists as her friends toasted her win.

And with those odds she would have made a pretty penny, depending on how much she bet in the first place.

"Follow The Plan! Get in!! A good one, 50/1," the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting.

She was joined on her annual jaunt to the races by some over-dressed friends and her husband, who spent most of the time skulking behind her with some mates.

But in a touching display of affection, the pair were snapped alone having a cosy little chat and making each other laugh as they stood at the front of the box and watched the races.

Coleen certainly showed that she has an eye for fashion and looked very stylish in her hot pink dress with flared sleeves.

The Lookatme dress by Roksanda Ilinxic costs about 950 pounds and she clinched it at the waist with a black patent belt. (ANI)

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