2021 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour – Canceled

2020 Mind The Ducks has been canceled. All the registered participants should have received Email with options to select from regarding canceled race:

  • Defer to 2021 race
  • Transfer your registration to the following races:
    • 2020 CandleLight 12 Hour – Overnight Ultra and Relays
    • 2020 CanLake 50 Ultras and MiniCan 25Km
  • Switch to a virtual race
  • Keep my registration fee and Donate it to EquiCenter
  • Register for a virtual #MTD12Hour race
  • Request a full refund minus processing fees

Email race director at MTD12Hour@gmail.com, if you did not receive the Email yet. Please make your decision by May 7, 2020.

  • It is an option to defer your registration for the next year, and sign up for a virtual 2020 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour separately
  • If you switched to virtual race or opted to donate your registration to the EquiCenter, we will offer you to sign up for 2021 two weeks before registration opens for the general public.

Virtual 2020 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour

NEW. 2020 Virtual Mind The Ducks 12 Hour

2021 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour


Saturday, May 8, 2021

Start Time


Finish Closes



North Ponds Park
750 Holt Rd, Webster, NY 14580


Registration for 2020 will open at 12:01AM on November 27, 2021.

Race Course

USATF Certified 1.01203 mile paved bike path at the North Ponds Park, Webster, NY. Course is fairly flat with one noticible but runable hump around 0.3 mile of each loop.

Race organized by GRTC

2018 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour is organized by The Greater Rochester Track Club (GRTC). Join GRTC and receive $5 discount when registering for:


Race’s Charity

Proceeds from 2018 Mind The Ducks 12 Hour will go to EquiCenter.

EquiCenter, at the William & Mildred Levine Ranch, is a premier accredited member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH), and a 501(c)(3) non-profit facility serving those with disabilities, veterans and at-risk youth. Equine-related programs currently offered include therapeutic horseback riding, equine assisted learning, which uses the horse as a partner in cognitive and behavioral therapy, horsemanship, and Heroes for Horses, a program that uses a variety of equine-related therapies to help war veterans and their families. EquiCenter continues to expand its range of therapeutic activities to fit the equally diverse needs of our community. Programming in therapeutic horticulture on our 3-acre organic farm, canine-assisted activities, adaptive yoga and farm-to-table culinary classes are also offered.

Click here to donate to EquiCenter.