RD Shelli Sexton and family are delighted to invite you to the 15th running of Nanny Goat 6/12/24/100. The race will take place over Memorial Day Weekend (May 27-28, 2023).
As in previous years, my family and I are opening up our home, a 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 hrs. receive a special relay team buckle (one buckle for each team member). Participants entered in the 6hr, 12hr and 24hr races will receive a cool T-shirt, raffle tickets for awesome running swag and a medal.
Nanny Goat has always been a family and crew friendly race. We are so excited that we will again be able to offer the full Nanny Goat experience including camping, swimming, kids activities etc. All participants are required to understand, agree to, and follow the rules. We have just a few. Up-to-date information will be emailed to all registered runners the weeks leading up to the race. PLEASE if you are thinking of signing up please do so before April 18, otherwise I can't guarantee you will receive a medal or T-shirt. Delivery times have doubled. Thank you all & we look forward to seeing you all in May! Stay healthy! Shelli RD and The Sexton Family
Our 2023 (15th) race starts in 2023-05-27 08:00:00 GMT-7:00
2023 is our 15th year of the Nanny Goat 6H/12H/24H/100M.
View Jake Jackson video recording one loop in his 2021 run at YouTube.
Registration for the 2023 Nanny Goat is open.
If you cannot participate, but would still like to be a part of the event, please help out by volunteering! Contact the Race Director. Thank you!