Entrants wanted for ‘Miss Cougar Del Mar’ contest at racetrack

On Friday, July 29, horses at Del Mar will race in the Cougar II Handicap, the 1-1/2 mile, longest distance stakes race. Meanwhile, the beautiful ladies of the racetrack will be participating in their own contest, to be crowned “Miss Cougar Del Mar.” Ladies at least 40 years young are encouraged to participate in the third annual event. Individuals can self-nominate or be nominated by another. Those interested should submit a photo, sentence explaining qualifications and contact info to misscougar@dmtc.com. The top finalists will receive a “Day at Del Mar” package. For more information regarding dates and requirements, visit the Del Mar Scene website at www.delmarscene.com.

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