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Mucky Pup Fun Run


  • Date:
  • 8 October, 2017
  • Time:
  • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
    • Venue
    • Hatfield Park


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8 October, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

How do you fancy doing a unique obstacle course with/without your dog?

The RVC Animal Care Trust is letting you do just that with the Mucky Pup Fun Run on 8th October.

Set in the grounds of Hatfield House, for one day only you can jog a 2 mile course and hop over a few obstacles at your own pace. The route follows the majority of the Estates Blue Park Walk which can be seen HERE

Never before has there been an event like it!

There will be giveaways for all participants as well as prizes for the winners.

Besides the fun run you can expect:

  • Flyball demos
  • Tunnel of Temptation demos
  • Various stalls and refreshments
  • On-site photographer to capture moments and much more – so you really can stay as long as you like after your race!

RVC are asking for a small entry fee of £5 per adult and request that you also raise £20 in sponsorship per person. All proceeds go to ACT.

Children, spectators and dogs go free.

For more information and to enter at the reduced rate please go to: www.rvc.ac.uk/MuckyPup

This event is sponsored by Flexadin Advanced


Vehicles can arrive via the main visitors car park known as George’s Car Park via George’s Gate (AL9 5Hx), these are numbers 1 and 2 on the Estate Map.

Those arriving on foot will need to enter the Estate via Fore Street Lodge, number 9 on the Estate Map.

All participants will enter the Park through the ticket point located between number 11 and 13 on the Estate Map.

Please view the Estate & Facilities Map HERE


  • Hatfield House:
  • West Garden:
  • East Garden:
  • Restaurant:
  • OPEN
  • Stable Yard:
  • OPEN
  • Hatfield Park Farm:

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