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Alaska Day: North to the Future

Hello Boys and Girls, The Iditarod offices will be closed tomorrow, Thursday October 18. In Alaska, many businesses don’t close for Columbus Day so that they can celebrate Alaska Day instead. Alaska Day is the anniversary of the formal transfer of the territory and the raising of the U.S. flag at Sitka on October 18, …


XLI Iditarod Champion – Mitch Seavey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MITCH SEAVEY FIRST INTO NOME – IDITAROD XLI CHAMPION     Nome, Alaska – Tuesday, March 12, 2013 – IDITAROD XLI Musher Mitch Seavey (Bib # 36) of Seward, Alaska arrived into Nome, Alaska and crossed under the burled arch at 22:39 Alaska Time with 10 dogs on his team claiming his …


Mitch Seavey Wins Wells Fargo Gold Coast Award!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MITCH SEAVEY FIRST INTO UNALAKLEET – WINS WELLS FARGO GOLD COAST AWARD   Nome, Alaska – Sunday, March 10, 2013 – Mitch Seavey (Bib# 36) of Seward, Alaska arrived into Unalakleet as the leader in the 2013 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race at 10:13 Alaska Time.  Seavey arrived into Unalakleet with 11 …


Iditarod Trail History Speaks

by Martha Dobson The Iditarod Trail is an official historic trail, running from Seward, Alaska to Nome, Alaska. When it was first used, men, and a few women, who were looking for new prospects turned to the lure of gold, disembarking a boat in Seward and beginning their trek for fortunes. 2012 is the fourth …


Musher Wears Two Bibs

By Terrie Hanke Musher, Dan Seavey, of Seward, Alaska drew bib #65 at the musher banquet prior to the 40th running of Iditarod but today he was wearing bib#100. Seavey rolled into McGrath with fourteen spirited dogs at 13:08 on Thursday afternoon. His first order of business was to bed down and feed the team. …


Book Traces the First Ten Years of Iditarod

Book Traces the First Ten Years of the Iditarod–Iditarod The First Ten Years  An Anthology Compiled by the Old Iditarod Gang Book Review by Martha Dobson If  you’re fascinated by this race, then you need to read Iditarod The First Ten Years. Dedicated to the volunteers who dreamed this race into being and to the …


There Are No Words by Danny Seavey

There are no words. Iditarod 2014 Recap March 16, 2014 at 5:47pm Reposted with Danny’s permission.  I made it.  Thursday afternoon I finished my third Iditarod in 10 days 22 hours 17 minutes and 41 seconds in 35th place.  If you watched this year’s race, you’ve heard what we went through.  From the gorge and …


Eye on the Trail: Ten Teens Set for Junior Iditarod

Snow woes have caused officials to reroute the Junior Iditarod set to start Saturday morning, Feb 22nd at 10:00. Much of the traditional trail the juniors follow out to the Yentna Station Roadhouse is ice covered and slippery, not surprising being that it runs on the area’s winter roadways – frozen rivers. By relocating both …


The Spirit of Iditarod… The Image… The Artist… Three Generations

  Iditarod Fundraising Print “The Spirit of Iditarod” Numbered and Signed, Limited Edition ONLY 1049 prints.   $199 plus shipping/handling The full dimensions of the print are:  36” W  by  24” H THE IMAGE This  Official Iditarod Fundraising Print, entitled “The Spirit of Iditarod,” symbolizes so much of what the Iditarod represents: The great silent spaces …


2014 Copper Basin Champion Allen Moore

The 2014 Copper Basin has once again being won by Allen Moore from SP Kennels from Fairbanks Alaska. He sure had to put up a fight, as “ Quick Nic “ Nicolas Petit gave Allen a run for his money. A mere 7 minutes separated the two top teams. Having raced against Allen myself in …