Buddy Streeper, of Ft Nelson, BC won the overall 3-day 10-mile 10-dog race. Streeper ran ten dogs all three days, and won in an overall time of 93:53.
Race leader Lance Mackey is now in Chena Hot Springs and currently serving his final, 8-hour, mandatory layover.
Race fans predicted a fast 2007 Yukon Quest and the mushers are not disappointing them.
On February 19th, CBC's Land & Sea will feature a show on the Labrador Husky. The original Inuit Sled dogs of Nunavik were very much related to the sled dogs of Labrador.
Susan Seitz upset the defending champion Kriya Dunlap to take the two-day final results.
UPDATED: Feb 18 - 20:00 The front eight dog teams have arrived at the Circle City Checkpoint, with 3 teams still resting in Circle at this time.
Elliot Lake – NorDev Group regrets to announce that the Bell Ididarace, scheduled for March 3 and 4, has been cancelled.Cancellation has occurred due to the Mackinaw race moving their date to March
Sun Feb 18/07 - 08:00 Overdue Yukon Quest musher Greg Parvin and his dogs arrived in Dawson City early Sunday morning under their own power after spending several days on the trail between Pelly C
Kevin Cook, of Preeceville, SK, Canada, won the overall three-day race by just under 2 minutes. The three day 35-mile race attracted 14 entries, and some of the toughest teams around.
As daylight fades from the sky around Eagle, Alaska, serveral dog teams are resting here before setting off onto the Yukon River towards Slaven's Cabin and Circle City.The Eagle Checkpoint has been