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Help Dog Mushers Affected by the Fire

You have helped raise $29,657.  Thank you so much! “The Iditarod Trail Committee is deeply saddened with the loss and tragedy which has befallen those affected by the Sockeye Fire. The Sockeye Fire area is primarily in the town of Willow, the epicenter of dog mushing here in the State of Alaska. A fund has …

ExxonMobil Mushers’ Choice Award

ExxonMobil Mushers’ Choice Award

Riddles with Junior Iditarod Mushers

From left to right in the photo – Libby Riddles with Marianna Mallory and Jannelle Trowbridge.  Libby is the first women to ever win Iditarod.  Marianna won the Junior Iditarod Humanitarian Award in 2015.  Jannelle Trowbridge was the highest female finisher in the 2014 and 2015 Junior Iditarod and received a fur hat each year, …

Greg & Sebastian Finish Line Update – Mushers in Trouble

The weather has affected some of our mushers held back up the trail.

Meet the Mushers….

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Mushers en route to Manley Hot Springs

We arrived in Manley Hot Springs. It has been a place I long wanted to visit. Glad to be here, the temperature has dropped to about 10 below. Uploading from the trail is not that easy in those temperatures. About 7 miles out of Nenana, we passed a whole group of mushers camped out. Some …

Mushers moving through Nenana

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Insiders Watch the Mushers Banquet Live!

Iditarod Insiders – Watch the Mushers Banquet LIVE NOW! (Ultimate & Video Insider Subscribers) Not an Insider – Join Now and support the race! ​#Iditarod, #IditarodInsider

Fantastic Friday: Mushers speak about Fairbanks restart

Iditarod Mushers in the Yukon Quest, Eagle Summit

I am stuck at home, nursing a stomach bug. Had been taking metronidazole ( works well on dogs ) , discontinued taking it, and back to being sick. Really had hoped to hop on the snowmachine. I do have some eyes on the trail though, the photos in this story are from longtime friend and …