The Strange-ness: Attempt to Set Guinness World Record for Goat Yoga

A photo from the inaugural Goat Yoga session at the Denver County Fair. Source: denvercountyfair.org
A photo from the inaugural Goat Yoga session at the Denver County Fair. Source: denvercountyfair.org

As part of the 2018 Denver County Fair in Denver, Colorado, the Goat Yoga Session will include an “official attempt” at the world record for largest Goat Yoga session.

This second-annual Goat Yoga session will begin July 15, 2018 at 10:30am and last about an hour, with participants and goats interacting in this attempt to make history. During yoga, the goats will be roaming loose and may jump, bump, and snuggle the humans. (Washing stations will be available to avoid taking farm animal germs with you.)

If you’ll be in the Denver area and want to help them reach for this Guinness World Record, sign up by purchasing a Goat Yoga ticket ($25 per person) and signing the official waiver to participate. See details on the Goat Yoga page of the Denver County Fair website. That page also includes details on what to bring with you for the session.

To participate, humans must be 12 years or older, and purchase a ticket for admission to the Goat Yoga session, which includes admission to the Denver County Fair Grounds. Adults of legal age may also partake in a Mimosa or Bloody Mary at the end of Goat Yoga.

The Denver County Fair’s motto is “Fair-ly Weird” — making goat yoga and record breaking right up their alley.

The Guinness World Records collection may be found at www.guinnessworldrecords.com.

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