Following the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent cancellation of the 2020 race, RDs Shelli and Rachael are delighted to invite you to the rescheduled 12th running of Nanny Goat 12/24/100. The race will take place over Memorial Day Weekend (May 29-30, 2021).
As in previous years, the Sexton family are kindly opening their private horse ranch in Riverside, CA to host the race. The course is a flat, 1-mile, mostly dirt/grass loop with good footing and a trail wide enough to allow easy passing. Support is never more than a half mile away.
The goal is to complete as many laps as possible within the allotted time, either solo (6hr, 12hr, or 24hr) or as a relay team of up to 4 runners (24hr). Participants entered in and who finish the 100-mile race in under 30 hours will receive a buckle; those finishing sub-24 hours will receive a special buckle. Relay teams who complete a cumulative total of 100 miles within 24 hours will receive a special relay team buckle (one per team member). Participants entered in the 6hr, 12hr and 24hr races will receive a medal.
Nanny Goat has always been a family and crew friendly race. While current COVID-19 restrictions do not allow for pre- and post-race gatherings or congregating in groups outside of your cohort, we are hopeful that restrictions will be eased, and we will be able to offer the full Nanny Goat experience including camping, swimming, kids activities etc. Rest assured, we have developed COVID-19 procedures, and these will be revised as the state issues new guidance. All participants are required to understand, agree to, and follow the rules. No exceptions. Up-to-date information will be posted on our website www.wildhorseracing.net.
Registration is now open.
All 2020 paid entries have been rolled over to the 2021 race, but you still need to register and sign the waiver. Invitations to confirm attendance were sent via email on 4/12/2021. Please check spam if you did not receive it and if there's an issue, please contact Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pricing is as follows:
Owing to COVID-19 protocol, there is NO in-person race day sign up.
Active duty military and first responders receive a 25% discount. Email email@example.com for the coupon code, indicating which branch of service, city, and department.
No refunds. Roll overs and transfers will be considered on a case by case basis.
100M: 7:00am Saturday to 1:00pm Sunday (30 hours). You must complete 80 miles by 7:00am on Sunday to be allowed to continue.
24hr: 8:00am Saturday to 8:00am Sunday
12hr: 9:00am Saturday to 9:00pm Saturday or 6:00pm Saturday to 6:00am Sunday
6hr: 9:00am Saturday to 3:00pm Saturday or 6:00pm Saturday to 12:00am Sunday
* start times are provisional and subject to change based on final participant numbers; you will be notified of your start time during race week. There will be wave starts to allow spacing on the course.
The loop course at Nanny Goat 12/24/100 provides an excellent opportunity to fundraise for charity. This year, participants are encouraged to support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. To donate, please visit the GoFundMe page.
Local time: 1:55 PM
In addition, Nanny Goat will donate proceeds of wristband sales to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
About the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation:
The Siller Family started the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation to honor the memory of their brother, Stephen, a New York City firefighter (FDNY) who lost his life on September 11, 2001. The Foundation was built upon the mantra, “while we have time, LET US DO GOOD,” and continues Stephen’s legacy by supporting our nation’s first responders and service members.
Firefighter Stephen Siller sacrificed his life in service to others, and in his memory, the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation developed the In the Line of Duty Program to honor our heroes. The In the Line of Duty Program supports our nation’s military, first responders, and their families. To date, the Foundation has spent more than $125 million dollars in support of those who sacrificed life and limb.
To learn more, please visit https://tunnel2towers.org.