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About the Race

The Phantom was created to raise money for Animal Rescues in Northern Colorado. Race entry includes a 5K run/walk, entry into the costume contest, a ticket into the famous Bone Chilling Breakfast & the best race t-shirt in Northern Colorado! The race was changed from a 4 mile run to a 5K in 2014. Kids under 10 eat free and have the opportunity to participate in the kids fun run, face painting & cookie decorating. This is truly a fun for the whole family race!

5th Annual Phantom 5K
Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 9:00AM
Embassy Suites Loveland Hotel, Spa & Conference Center
4705 Clydesdale Parkway, Loveland, CO


October 2013: Fourth Annual Phantom 4-Miler drew a crowd of 700 and was simply an outstanding event - we say it every year, but this race keeps getting better! 2014 was no exception and proved to be the best Phantom 4-Miler to date. We were able to raise $15,000 for the Denkai Animal Sanctuary, Animal House and Larimer Humane Society. We are looking forward to continuing to grow and improve this race in 2014 for the 5th Annual Phantom 4-Miler! 

October 2012
: Third Annual Phantom 4-Miler brought out over 400 runners with 19 sponsors and a crowd of dedicated volunteers. This was the biggest race yet and drew in over 650 people for the Bone Chilling Breakfast. The success of the first two years allowed us to expand the number of non-profit organizations that the race benefits. In 2012 the proceeds of $12,000 benefited the Larimer Humane Society, Animal House & the Denkai Animal Sanctuary.

October 2011: Second Annual Phantom 4-Miler takes place with 300 runner plus their friends & families, 6 sponsors and some great volunteers! The race raised $8,000 for the Denkai Animal Sanctuary and two dogs were adopted at the race as well as one dog that recieved sponsorship.

October 2010: Phantom 4-Miler Inaugral Race drew 200 runners and was a Bone Chilling Success! The race raised $6,000 for the Denkai Animal Sanctuary.

 

Additional information about the organizations this race supports:

 

 

Larimer Humane Society was founded in 1969 as an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and provide the responsible care and treatment of animals. As Northern Colorado’s only open-door animal care facility, they provide shelter, medical attention and care to thousands of lost, abandoned, injured, abused, ill and orphaned animals each year. Through their quality adoptions and lost & found services, they place more than 2,800 companion animals into new homes annually and reunite nearly 2,000 stray animals with their grateful owners. For more information on Larimer Humane Society please visit:www.larimerhumane.org

 


 
Animal House will provide relief and support to our overburdened shelters. Their goal is to save animals slated for euthanasia due to pet over-population and to give them a second chance at life. It is their goal that the shelter reflects a safe, healthy and clean environment for these animals. Having healthy animals, both physically and mentally, is a priority to Animal House. They ensure this by giving them quality nutrition, daily exercise and fresh air in a sanitary environment. Due to the stress that these animals have experienced, it is important to provide a caring environment that will ease their transition into their new life. For more information on the Animal House please visit:
animalhousehelp.org

 



 

  


Denkai Animal Sanctuary is committed to the philosophy that compassion and respect for our youth is directly linked to the kindness given to society and our animals in creating a peaceful and respectful world for us all. The Sanctuary, located near Grover, Colorado surrounded by the beautiful and serene Pawnee National Grasslands, is home to more than 100 horses, dogs, cats and other animals on any given day who come from shelters, rescue groups and owners no longer able to care for their pets from around the United States. The Sanctuary has quickly become a destination for several hundred visitors and volunteers each year including local youth at risk who have found sanctuary themselves in the kindness offered to them. For more information on the Denaki Animal Santuary please visit
: www.denkaisanctuary.org