Following Government advice, all racing at Chepstow Racecourse will continue behind closed doors until further notice. All attendees will be required to fulfil the NHS Track & Trace system upon entry.
We encourage runners of all fitness levels to come and have a go!
Free car parking is available on site – please follow the directional signage and car parking attendants to the correct area. The front section of the car park will be dedicated to disabled customers.
Please note the following:
Please ensure that you wear appropriate footwear for a muddy terrain course with obstacles and that your trainers are securely fastened! It is recommended you secure your shoes to your feet with gaffer tape. In the interest of safety – no running spikes are allowed.
Toilets are located in the Premier Stand, and there will be event toilets along the course.
There will be food and drink outlets inside the Premier Foyer and Owners & Trainers Bar, serving café style food with breakfast options.
There will be an official Photographer on the day taking photographs of the runners on the day, which will be used by Chepstow Stampede for marketing purposes and on our Social Media sites. You will be able to purchase photographs from the official photographer on the day.
You can choose to opt out of any of the obstacles on route if you do not feel comfortable tackling it (this will affect placings)
No need to bring a water bottle, there be water stations on route! A bottle of water is also available at the start line.
Spectators are very welcome and we encourage as many to come to cheer on and motivate our Stampeders through the course.
For your safety, Marshals will be on hand throughout the whole course at most of the obstacles and on crossover points. Please follow their advice and guidance at all times. If you need help during an obstacle or during the course, please make this known to a steward.
A first aid vehicle and trained crew will be provided for the event. If you need assistance, please make this known to a steward who will be able to get you help as soon as possible. Please ensure you complete the emergency details on the back of your race number prior to the event.
There is an advised minimum age of 14yrs for the 5K and 18yrs for the 10K however individual abilities vary greatly so the decision must lie with the consenting adult / parent.
On the back of your number there will be a medical form, which you will be expected to complete, so that our medical team can look after you on the day should anything happen.
We strongly advise that you do NOT compete if you are pregnant.
First Aid is onsite if you are experiencing any problems during the race, please flag this up with one of the stewards where medical assistance will be with you as soon as possible.