Tracey Bregman Pilgrimage Festival Young and Restless
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Young and Restless actress’ gorgeous Pilgrimage Festival photo and special anniversary.

Actress Tracey Bregman took time out from playing The Young and the Restless’ Lauren Fenmore to attend the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival in Franklin, Tennessee on the weekend of September 21 – 22. She shared a photo of the sexy look she was sporting at the event, which featured performances by The Foo Fighters, The Killers and Keith Urban. The actress, who never seems to age, wore a little black dress featuring a mesh panel in the back, gorgeous beaded earrings and topped it off with a distressed western-style hat. Bregman was also celebrating and explained in her caption, “First @pilgrimagefestival and my first anniversary of owning @blackhorseranch8.” As reported, Bregman lost her home in the devastating California wildfires in 2018, so it’s incredible to see the actress enjoying the beautiful home and property on her ranch in Tennessee.

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Black Horse Ranch is named after Bregman’s 19-year-old horse, Standing Ovation (pictured below), who is a semi-retired dressage champion. The ranch features a Cape Cod-style home with 4 bedroom and 4.5 baths and 3,143 square feet of living space on 10 country acres, with an inviting porch that boasts seating for 15, and a relaxing fire pit area, and is available to rent through sites such as VRBO. Bregman shared photos of the inside of the vacation home, and a video of the property taken from the air, on the ranch’s Instagram account.

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Bregman, a vegetarian, also spent time recently volunteering at Kindred Spirits Care Farm in California. The care farm helps rescued and recovering farm animals, and their stated mission is ‘to promote compassion, cooperation and connection to the earth, animals and each other through sustainable care farming. Through sustainable care farming we can help feed the world, slow climate change, build community and bring hope and healing to vulnerable people.’