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The 15th Annual Christopher Dailey Turkey Trot
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Saratoga City Hall, Saratoga, New York
On or before November 13: $24.00, November 14-23: $25.00.
Each year, on Thanksgiving morning, thousands of runners (and walkers) congregate in Saratoga Springs NY to race in the annual 5K Turkey Trot race, which benefits the Christopher Dailey Foundation.
There is no day-of registration this year - you must register in advance.
On or before November 13th the cost is $24; November 14th to the 23d the cost is $25. Entry fees are non-refundable.
Either Wednesday, November 23rd, between 4pm and 8pm or Thursday morning, November 24th, from 6am to 8am at the Saratoga Hilton Hotel. You can also pick up your packet race day, 6:30am to 8am.
Register Online, By Mail or In Person
Register online at ZippyReg.com. Online registration closes at 12pm on Tuesday, November 22nd.
Register by mail by filling out the entry form at christopherdaileyfoundation.com and mailing it with a $23.00 check per runner to:
Christopher Dailey Foundation
PO Box 38195
Albany, NY 12203
Do not mail after November 17th.
Register in person between 4pm and 8pm Wednesday at the Saratoga Hilton Hotel.
There is parking behind the hotel, which will fill up early. There are many streets to park on around the hotel, none of which will make for a long walk. Simply avoid the no parking signs.
Do no park across from Old Bryan Inn where the sign says, do no park past this sign.
The Turkey Trot course starts on Broadway in Downtown Saratoga Springs, then continues into Skidmore's campus, and finishes on North Broadway.
About the Christopher Dailey Foundation:
The Christopher Dailey Foundation is a non-profit, Saratoga Springs-based, charitable organization supporting youth sports in our community. After completion of the Christopher Dailey Youth Gym in Gavin Park, Wilton NY, the Foundation has continued to support youth sports in the Saratoga County area. Since January 2010, the CDF has given over $250,000 to 40+ youth sports organizations and athletes.\