THE RUN

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Choctaw Creek Park

2100 Harper Road

Choctaw, OK 73020

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ABOUT

About the Run

Race Description

Overview

The Muddy Buddy Run is the first of it's kind in the OKC area-this is not only a fun obstacle course for you to do-but you get to do it with your canine buddy by your side. All obstacles are designed for both man and canine. You and your dog will be able to test your stamina and agility as you make your way through our trails, creek crossings, and mud pits to conquer more than 20 worthy obstacles. We have a variety of obstacles such as sand trails, pyramids, tunnels, mazes, mud crawls and of course.. the infamous "Miss Piggy's" Mud Pit (yes, dog and human rinse off stations too!)

The Muddy Buddy Run is a non-timed race event. All sizes, shapes, ages, energy and fitness levels of dogs (and humans) welcome. The run will be a fun run/walk where you can run or walk the course - going through the obstacles (we even have bale-out trails if your dog-tired and need to quit).

Cost per event

Individual mud run - $40

Tentative Day of the Race:

***We ask that you be at the starting line area at least 15 minutes before your start time to guarantee entry.

Things to bring to the event:

- Photo I.D.

- Appropriate footwear for terrain.

-Dog leash, harness and/or collar, tag and copy of canine vaccinations (will be verified at registration).  

-Spending Money for snacks or drinks

(Vendors accept cash, some may also accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards.)

- A signed copy of the participant's waiver

- A clean change of clothes for after the race.

*For identity we will accept the following photocopies*

- Passport

- Student ID

- License

- Birth Certificate

Contact Us

Email: muddybuddiesrun2021@gmail.com

          -or-

          thewaterbark@gmail.com

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PACKET PICKUP

Monday, May10, 6pm – 8pm 
Tuesday, May 11, 6pm-8pm
The Water Bark
3800 N. Cromwell Avenue, OKC, OK 73112
Saturday, May 15, 8am – 12pm 
Choctaw Creek Park