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Moove your hooves Race Description

UC Davis Cross Country and Track Club is a local organization at UC Davis who allows students of all types to run and compete together. In order to help our members pay for race costs we are starting our second annual 5K. Move Your Hooves is a 3.1 race around the UC Davis campus. The course will take you through the arboretum, past the cows, and races will start and finish at the beautiful Toomey Field. The race will have two waves: the first being all outside participants and the second being our club members dressed as cows. The cows will start 2 minutes after so if you beat the cows you get a prize! We are so excited to share our event with you. The cost of the race is $25 which also includes a shirt and a chance of winning raffle prizes. we will also have special pricing for children. Please email

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  • Location: Davis, CA 95616
  • Race Date: 05/16/2020 09:00 (Saturday)
  • Categories:
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    • XCT Club
    • Children
    • Open Registration without shirt

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