After the Finish Line fundraiser held at Del Mar Hilton

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Local nonprofit After the Finish Line held “A Tribute to the Majesty of Thoroughbreds,” at its 2011 annual charity fundraiser, Aug. 4 at the Del Mar Hilton. Event proceeds go toward rescuing thoroughbreds no longer able to race or breed.  Photos: Jon Clark

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