Whispering Grace
100
Race

100-mile, 100K and 50K races

Saturday,
November 5, 2022
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OVERVIEW

The  Whispering Grace 100, is a 100-mile, 100k and 50k race by Race Brimstone (Jeremey Followay- Eric Whittington) It is a 3.3 mile loop course race around the pastures and fields and road of the Whispering Grace Horses. https://whisperinggracehorses.org/

There will be one big aid station and porta-johns at the freedom farm barn/start finish line. Whispering Grace provides equine therapy to a wide array of people including Handicapped and Veterans and profits from this race will go to further support their programs.

 

AWARDS

Both 100-mile runners and 100k runners will receive a western style belt buckles!

50k runners will get an authentic horseshoe medal!

 

ENTRY FEE

We are keeping this simple. $200 either 100k or 100 mile distance and $100 for 50k runners no price increases.

However we have a 200 person cap so don't wait till it is too late! Proceeds will go to Whispering Grace!

 

PACKET PICKUPS

Packet pickup will be at Whispering Grace Horse November 4th from 4pm-8pm or race day pickup from 6:00am- 6:30am.

 

PRE-RACE DINNER

Entrants will enjoy a free dinner November 4th from 4pm-8pm at Whispering Grace. Friends and family can purchase meals for $10 adults $6 Kids 11 and under.

 

CUT OFF TIME

There is a 34 hour time cut off for all race distances.

 

COURSE

This year we are excited to announce that Whispering Grace has acquired some additional property so we can extend our loop to 3.3 miles! The course will continue to be around the fields and pastures of Whispering Grace along with an out and back road section.

RACE SCHEDULE

November 4th 4pm-8pm early packet pickup and pre race dinner

November 5th 6:30 am race day packet pickup

November 5th 7:30 am All race distances start!

November 6th 5:30 pm race ends

 

CAMPING

Camping will be permitted the night before the race. We ask that everyone please clean up after yourself very well. 

 

PARKING

The bad news is.. There is not a ton of parking at the farm so we ask that everyone do their best to park fairly close to each other. 

But the good news is… nearly all the parking is right along the course so you can use your car as your own personal aid station (in addition to our huge add station) there is also adequate area to set up a pop-up close to your vehicle.