Burlap hosts racehorse fundraiser

Jessi Denaut, Bri Watson, Krystal Sousley

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CANTER California, an organization which provides retiring thoroughbred racehorses with opportunities for new careers, held a July 19 fundraising event at BRAVO “Top Chef” Finalist and TLC Host Brian Malarkey’s new North County restaurant Burlap, located at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center. Photos: Jon Clark

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