Health chiefs are investigating a possible food poisoning incident after 11 people fell ill at a racecourse.
Three people needed hospital treatment after visiting Hamilton Park racecourse on Monday.
NHS Lanarkshire's public health protection team and South Lanarkshire Council's environmental health services have launched an investigation into the events.
Dr David Cromie, consultant in public health medicine at NHS Lanarkshire, said: "Our initial investigations would suggest this was linked to the food they ate. No organism has been positively identified as yet.
Hamilton Park chief executive Vivien Kyles said: "We deeply regret this and apologise unreservedly to those affected.
"We are taking the incident very seriously, with a full investigation ongoing with our catering partner, Prestige Scotland, although as yet it has not been confirmed as food poisoning."