To request that your event be added to the Steeplechasers Events calendar, please click on Add Event.
Race Directors should use this form to request that local running events (within 75 miles of Frederick, MD) be placed on our calendar.
Please provide the following
|EVENT TITLE||Race Name|
|EVENT DESCRIPTION||Any text you'd like included in the race description, e.g., a little bit about why you're putting on this race, what it benefits, how to register — registration URL, link to flyer, etc|
|EVENT TIME & DATE||Race Date and Time|
|EVENT IMAGE||Optionally add an image to your event – works best with image height around 200px|
|VENUE DETAILS||Race Location – please search first as the venue may already exist|
|ORGANIZER DETAILS||Organizer Name (required), Organizer Email (required), Organizer Phone (optional). Again please search first as the organizer may already exist|
|EVENT WEBSITE||Race Website – this website should give information about the race and most likely also links to registration site|
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Makin’ Hay 10K-CHANGED TO VIRTUAL
April 18, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
THE ON-SITE 2020 MAKIN’ HAY 10K HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND THE EVENT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO A VIRTUAL EVENT. THOSE PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED FOR THE RUN ARE GETTING AN EMAIL WITH INSTRUCTIONS.
IF YOU WERE ON THE FENCE BUT STILL WANT TO GET YOUR HANDS ON ONE OF OUR AWESOME RACE MEDALS, YOU’RE IN LUCK! THOSE RUNNING IN THE VIRTUAL EVENT WILL BE ABLE TO RUN WHEREVER THEY WANT, TREADMILL OR MOUNTAINS, APRIL 18TH OR 19TH AND UPLOAD THEIR RESULTS TO KEEP THOSE PARTICIPATION STREAKS ALIVE. FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW BEGINNING ON 3/18/2020 TO REGISTER FOR THE VIRTUAL EVENT YOURSELF!
SADLY, THERE WILL BE NO CAMERADIERIE OR AWARDS THIS YEAR, BUT WE HOPE THAT YOU’LL STILL PATRONIZE OUR SPONSORS AND LET’S HOPE THE SPOOK HILL CIDER & WINE 4-MILE RUN (SEE THE SPOOK HILL WEBSITE FOR COVOD-19 RELATED INFORMATION) COMES OFF WITHOUT A HITCH!
This scenic and rolling 10K course will take you on a journey through the heart of Frederick County’s dairy production region. The course celebrates spring’s awakening, taking participants past numerous farms, along Catoctin Creek on a dirt road, and across two, one-lane, wooden deck bridges. Custom bibs, finisher’s medals, 5-year age group awards, and tech shirts await those that run this beautiful but challenging 10K!
If you’ve got the will, we’ve got the hills!