North Lime Donut Dash 3K

Sat June 5, 2021 Lexington, KY 40503 US Directions
Come "Run For Donuts" as we raise funds for the Central Kentucky Riding For Hope in this fun event on National Donut Day!
Countdown to Race Day

3K Run/Walk

$25 8:00AM EDT - 10:00AM EDT Registration ends June 4, 2021 at 11:59pm EDT

Kids' 1K Dash

$20 8:30AM EDT - 10:00AM EDT Registration ends June 4, 2021 at 11:59pm EDT

Virtual Participant

$25 Registration ends June 4, 2021 at 11:59pm EDT

Race Volunteer

$0 6:30AM EDT - 10:00AM EDT Registration ends June 4, 2021 at 11:59pm EDT

Come Run For Donuts on National Donut Day to raise funds for the Salvation Army!

Join us for the 5th Annual North Lime Donut Dash 3K on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 8:00am at Wellington Park in South Lexington.


  • Commemorative poly/cotton race shirts (men's/women's/youth sizes)
  • Overall & Age Group Awards (3K)
  • Complimentary North Lime Donut & Coffee
  • Paved course at scenic Wellington Park
  • Free race photos
  • Social teams to enhance your race experience
  • Staggered start, capped field (250 participants) and other COVID-19 safety precautions
  • Kids' 1K Dash and Virtual option 

Our race benefits Central Kentucky Riding For Hope and their lifesaving work.

PACKET PICKUP:   Plans to be announced closer to the race date

3K ROUTE:  Coming Soon


565 Wellington Way
Lexington, KY US 40503
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Our race benefits Central Kentucky Riding For Hope.

Mission Statement: Central Kentucky Riding for Hope is dedicated to enriching the community by improving the quality of life and the health of children and adults with special physical, cognitive, emotional and social needs through therapeutic activities with the horse.


What we do:      Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship for individuals with special medical needs, physical and cognitive disabilities are adaptive riding and horsemanship activities conducted by a PATH Intl. certified instructor for individuals with special needs. Activities are designed to meet each participant’s individual needs and the intent is for participants to progress in equestrian skills while improving their cognitive, emotional, social and/or behavioral skills. Secondary benefits include improved fine and gross motor skills, balance, strength, coordination, proprioception, tactile senses, team work, problem solving, self-image/confidence, communication, memory retention and much more.


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