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The White Horse 100, uses a treasured Long Distance Path, through Pewsey, Marlborough, Broad Town, Cherhill, Devizes, Steeple Ashton and Bratton. 1920m of elevation on the 100 mile distamce, and 1346m on the 50 mile.

 

Along the way you will pass the eight white horses (five horses on the 50 mile) which are cut into the hills and turf of the chalk landscape. It also visits many other historic and prehistoric locations, passing close to the start of the Ridgeway National Trail.

Westbury (1778) the oldest of the White Horses located on Westbury Hill, Bratton Down.
Cherhill (1780) located east of Cherhill village beneath Oldbury Castle earthwork.
Marlborough (1804) a small White Horse can be seen from various points around Marlborough.
Alton Barnes (1812) on Milk Hill, a mile north of Alton Barnes village.
Hackpen (1838) located on the edge of the Marlborough Downs.
Broad Town (1864) three miles south of Royal Wootton Bassett.
Pewsey (1937) set a mile south of the village
Devizes (1999) Located on Roundway Hill, overlooking the village of Roundway

(Note: You will also pass the World Famous Avebury Stone Circle)

The 100 mile event features 1900m of elevation gain. The 50 mile event has 1000m of elevation gain

Westbury

Cherhill

Marlborough

Marlborough

Alton Barnes

Hackpen

Hackpen

Broadtown

Pewsey

Devizes

 

Registration will take place in Marlborough from 7am.

You will be issued with the following equipment:

Race Number

RFID Chip Timer

 GPS Tracking Device from Track Trail®.  The trackers are the kind used for  D of E Tracking as well as Scout GPS Tracking, and general GPS Events Tracking.

You can start anytime between 7am and 8:30. 32 hour time limit which is 3.1mph. 50 mile runners expected to make the 40 mile CP at 3.1mph, and beyond that no official time limit for the finish (just within 32 hours!)

 

This event can be used as a qualifier for:

Viking Way Ultra, C2C Ultra, The Hill Ultramarathon, Lon Las Ultra, The Tunnel Ultra, Deadwater, King Offa's Dyke Race

 

Entry costs

100 miles - £135.00

50 miles - £65.00

(+etchrock.com's booking fee ) 

Entry Includes

  • Professional RFID Chip-timing

  • Live GPS Events Tracking from Track Trail®

  • Paramedic Support

  • 8 food/drink refreshment CPs (4 CPs on 50 mile route)

  • White Horse stone tablet for finishers

  • Event Technical T-Shirt for all starters

  • Experienced Race Directors of over 100 ultramarathons

  • No pacers or walking sticks. Guide runners for visually impaired runners are permitted 

  • Support crews can meet you as long as a minimum of 0.5 mile from a CP

Refund Policy

  • No refunds are possible (unless the event is cancelled) but you can sell your place privately up to 2-weeks before the event at no cost

  • In 2020 onlu, you can defer, no later than July 31st. After that, aboves applied, you can sell your place privately only

Qualification (for 100):

  • Can evidence a 50 mile ultra completed within 15 hours in last 2 years

 
 

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