Caitlyn Jenner continued her streak of stylish outings at the Del Mar Racetrack Opening Day celebration on Thursday, a day after she made her first major public appearance at the ESPY Awards.
The 65-year old Olympian was photographed up close and in the action beside the track with a group of friends to toast the summer horse-racing season, sporting a wide-brim derby hat and a red printed wrap dress.
Followed by a camera crew throughout the sunny afternoon, the reality personality was also seen strolling the grounds and chatting with Joe Harper, the president and CEO of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.
Jenner's racetrack festivities followed a high-profile appearance in Los Angeles at the ESPYs, where she received ESPN's Arthur Ashe Courage Award. She was chosen as the recipient of the honor, which was presented by U.S. Women's Soccer star Abby Wambach, for her bravery while navigating her transition in the public eye and for opening the dialogue surrounding transgender people around the world.
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With nine of her children and stepchildren in the audience supporting her during the moment, Jenner told the crowd: "Sometimes it gets overwhelming, but with attention comes responsibility," she went on. "As a group, as athletes, how you conduct your lives, what you say, what you do is observed by millions of people, especially young people."
Jenner is busy filming her docuseries I Am Cait, an eight-part E! reality program premiering July 26.