|We have contracted with Sport Systems to handle your on-line entry for the Rotary Club of the South Cotswolds Horseless Team Event in Badminton Park on Sunday, October 5th 2014. This is available at https://www.sportsystems.co.uk/ss/event/BadmintonHorselessTeamEvent
The all terrain cross country run will take you over the world famous Badminton Horse Trials obstacles. You can enter for either of the traditional 5 or 9 mile courses, or do 13 miles. Walkers will probably prefer to stick with the 5 mile circuit and to go around the obstacles. Learning a lesson from last year, Canicrossers will have a separate start.
You can run as an individual but why not get some friends to join in and enter a team, with the time of the fourth member, being the time for your team. This makes it an excellent event for friendly inter organisation rivals to take part in and win a trophy. This year, whether entered as a team member or as an individual the first two Male, Female, Boys, Girls and Canicross runners over the line for each distance, will receive a trophy. There will be a competition to judge the best team in fancy dress with a trophy for the winners. A list of the trophies is available on the website.
We have years of experience in meeting your changing expectations so, we you should enjoy that:
- The event is organised by the Rotary Club of the South Cotswolds
- e-registration is available
- Every entrant gets a medal at the finish
- First and second over the line get an award, even if they entered as a team member
- Teams winning each category receive a trophy. Best fancy dress team receives a trophy
- We provide e-tags, so your times are immediate
- We offer 5 or 9 or 13 mile courses
- Volunteers at registration will quickly issue your number, e-tag etc., on arrival
- Your team result rewards mutual support and teamwork, you can run as an individual
- The course is well marked, water and First Aid is available
- The equestrian obstacles have been prepared for runners and are marshalled
- Radio points around the course recognise that mobile phone coverage is unreliable