Join us virtually in 2020 on the 13th of December (more details to follow) or in 2021 for the return of the physical event :)
Venue: The National Horse Racing College, Rossington Hall
Capacity: 500- 10k / 250- 5k
The 10k, is a TRA/UKA licensed event (this does mean that no dogs are allowed-sorry, we will be reviewing dog based waves over the year). For ages 16 plus
The 5k, is an open to all event … this does mean results wont appear on Run Britain rankings, but anyone aged 12 plus can join us and dogs are fully welcome :) (woof!)
Candy cane canter, Junior fun run :) (£4).. adult medals, candy cane and sprouts included !
Price: £19 to £21.50
Virtual event: £12.50
Start time: 10:00 for the 5k / 10:10 for the 10k
Join us virtually?
If you're not quite ready or can't join us for the 'physical' event , then you also have the option to join the event virtually, support the RSPCA re-homing centre and still received the awesome medal!
The "Great Sprout Scuttle" returns for year number 3 with all things festive and sprout based! So another excuse to put off the shopping and get running (its more fun!)
5k and 10k off road trail event with a super sprouty Christmas theme plus the opportunity to fundraise for the events neighbours at the RSPCA, or even adopt an animal (we get very special animal guests attending! )
The scenery is amazing with some excellent running surfaces. Taking in grassy fields, trail and wooded paths, a cheeky climb and gallops around the horse course.
Plus, thanks to mother nature the occasional stream appears! (in 2018 we even built you a bridge, in 2019 it became a lake so we had to build a diversion! in 2020 ???)
All finishing on the horse racing straight in front of your fans!
Based at the superb National Horse Racing College, Rossington Hall just off Bawtry Road, outside of Doncaster.
All finishers receive a specially designed Christmas sprout medal (In 2018 , we even won medal of the month with this, thanks to the Running Bible!) and cake at the finish plus plenty more festive themed elements!
We also have 50 spots in the Candy Cane Canter for the kids ... A fun filled 1k run out and back on the race course straight, perfect for the 4-11 year olds that are a bit too young for the 5k :)
Christmas medal, sweets and a candy cane to grab from santa on the way around the course... just for fun :)
The event information pack has more detail click here!
Need to amend your entry, transfer, or move to someone else? - click here, log in and amend (time limit to event applies)
Want to add an event t-shirt? - click here!
It's Sprout themed (obviously!) but for 2020 we're offering a long sleeved technical t-shirt :)
Simply add when you enter. If you have already entered but would like to add one, then you can here.
We will have very limited spares on the day for sale.
Curly's buys all the food for the event cafe and we donate it to the RSPCA team, the RSPCA team man the cafe. Thats means from the £2 you spend on £2 goes straight to the RSPCA.
Any spare hotdogs goes next-door to the pups waiting to be adopted :)
The RSPCA team do a truly amazing job of looking after the animals in their care. You'll probably bump into the team and some of the animals on the day. If you choose to help them a little bit more then you can make a donation or fundraise for the event here
You can donate items, volunteer or pop along to the centre and find that new member of the family.
The Curly's team have adopted our very own office Guinea pigs (Jeff & Alan) and they're the most productive team members we've ever had!
Find out more here
National Horseracing College (NHC) provides a responsive centre of training excellence within the north, identifying, encouraging and nurturing talent, particularly within young people.
NHC’s wide range of courses specifically cater for the staffing needs of the British racing industry. We are a winning team. With 94% of our Foundation Course students going on to exciting careers in the horse racing industry, many of whom continue their education with NHC during their employment.
A big thank you to Rossington Hall for the use of some of their estate! The land that is now Rossington Hall estate was part of Rossington Common, which originally belonged to the Salvyn family and was let to the Earl of Northumberland during the reign of Henry VI.
Since opening in the summer of 2012, Rossington Hall has established itself as a luxury wedding, conference and dining venue and is attracting guests from around the region and beyond.
Another big thank you to the Mount Pleasant team for the use of some of their estate!
Owned by the McIlroy family for 3 generations for over 70 years, this hotel prides itself on its personal approach to service. You'll want for nothing during your stay, and if you do, we'll get it for you in a heartbeat.
As per any running event if you feel unwell or injured then it’s your responsibility to make sure you withdraw from the event, please don’t put yourself at risk.
If you are showing any Covid symptoms then DO NOT ATTEND, even to spectate, please isolate contact the NHS and complete our COVID SPECIFIC form. This allows us to move you to the following years event. We don’t want anyone feeling they have to attend with Covid symptoms. TRACK AND TRACE will be in place for the event and you must report any symptoms that occur soon after the event via the same COVID document. You can also visit the NHS site for further advice here.