After postponing the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon one month to await a substantial snowfall that never came and considering alternative courses, its board of directors decided to cancel the ra
Richie Beattie (12 dogs), Mike Jayne (8 dogs) and Brent Sass (12 dogs) all arrived in Dawson City within 40 minutes of each other, just as night began to fall, as they completed their respective ru
Entries now posted for 2007 IFSS Sleddog World Championships in Gafsele, Sweden.
Many people wonder how dog teams that leave a checkpoint or dog drop so close together can arrive in the next checkpoint or dog drop several hours apart.
Markstay-Warren – At a committee meeting last evening, the Markstay-Warren Challenge the Champ Committee decided to postpone the event until March 10th – 11th, 2007 due to the lack of snow in the a
Six teams are now serving their mandatory layover in Dawson City. Sebastian Schnuelle just came in at 7:23am with 13 dogs pulling him into Dawson City.
The Classique Rona-Dagenais sled dog race in Saint-Sauveur, Quebec has been cancelled due to lack of snow. The race had a $26,000 purse for open, 8, 6, 4 and skijoring classes.
As Sebastian bootied his dogs and prepared for a departure from Scroggie Creek, Mike Jayne and Richie Beattie both arrived at 3:15 pm. Mike dropped a dog and departed for Dawson City at 3:20 pm.
DAWSON CITY, YUKON (11:45 p.m.) – Reigning Yukon Quest Champion Lance Mackey was the first musher to reach Dawson City, Yukon - the midway point in the race – a mere 14 hours and twenty minutes and
Kiara Adams returned to Pelly Crossing on Tuesday evening to end her 2007 race.