Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation will present a Mad Bull Mud Run on Aug. 19 at the Delaware State Fairgrounds, 18500 S. Dupont Highway, Harrington.

Teams of three or individuals will compete on a 2 1/2-mile course through mud and obstacles. Prizes include an iPad Mini for the fastest male and female and a $500 scholarship for the fastest full-time college student. Awards will be made for the top three finishers in all age groups, plus team awards. Racers will get free refreshments and a free performance T-shirt.

Spectators are welcome to enjoy the spectacle and live music by Sara Ann Garrison Band. Garrison is Nashville Universe’s 2014 “Shooting Star of the Year” and has taken the country and Southern rock scene by storm. Food vendors will be on-site.

Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m.; the race will start at 10:30 a.m. Register in advance at

trisportsevents.com. Fee before Aug. 4 is $40 per person; $50 after Aug. 4.

Net proceeds will go to the Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation’s mission to build awareness, understand and positive public perception about Delaware farm operations and fresh local food. The foundation provides educational materials and opportunities, grants scholarships and helps feed the hungry. This upcoming school year, the foundation’s Ag Lab will be going into the public school system to teach children about the possibility of a career in agriculture, about healthy eating and offering the opportunity to experience what it is like to grow their own food.

For information about the race or sponsorships, call 697-3183, email laura.simpson@defb.org and visit defb.org.