No racing, just a unique opportunity to enjoy some shorter walks over some of our new and old tracks on one of Clevedon's most beautiful farms, the Woodlands Stud, home of The 4 Legged.

Nestled in a small valley surrounded by native trees, this is a very special location that few people get to experience.

The Recce is a great way to enjoy the beauty of Woodlands Stud at your own pace while watching the Ramblers and Racers competing!

Exact cource distances to be confirmed (as Mother Nature may play havoc), but it will look something like this:

Sat 1 April 2017


10km, all of road stunning bush tracks.

We have designed The Recce to allow you to enjoy the beauty of Woodlands Stud without the pressure of being a Rambler or the sweat of being a Racer. You can walk around parts of Woodlands Stud with family and friends at your own pace with all walks leaving from The 4 Legged Base Camp.

Tracks are suitable for children, although all children must be accompanied by an adult.

Entry Information

Individual Entry


Here's one final, yet fantastic, reason why you should join us ...

Every dollar of your 4 Legged entry goes to the Painga Project.

We are so grateful that our community, competitors, and sponsors give their time, energy, and support to the 4 Legged, knowing that everything we raise goes to the Painga Project. The work that the Painga Project does in our communities is humbling, so it is a privilege for us to raise money and awareness for them.

Painga simply means ‘well-being’ and the Painga Project is focused on the well-being of primary and intermediate students in low decile South Auckland schools. The Painga Project works to enable a variety of life and learning opportunities through tailored art, music, social, health and sporting programmes within schools. Through these programmes students gain confidence and build pathways into secondary school and beyond.