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2018 Iditarod Winter Raffle Winners Announced


Eye on the Trail: Champion Crowned, Winners Continue to Arrive

Congratulations to Joar Leifseth Ulson and his leaders Russeren & Olive as champions of Iditarod XLVI. Joar and his powerful high spirited team made the Burled Arch in 9 days and 12 hours March 14 at 03:00. This was a race unlike others in recent history. The trail has been challenging for the leaders all …


  Hi Boys and Girls, Joar Leifseth Ulsom crossed under the Burled Arch at 3:00 am AST.  His time was 9 days 12 hours 0minutes and 0 seconds. Congratulations to Joar!       See you on the trail, Gypsy

And the Winner Is . . . Not Yet!

                                                                               Hello friends, What a race! We don’t know who the 2018 Iditarod Champion is yet, but …

Future Golden Harness Winner?

Tanis Anderson, Glennallen, AK, Summer Raffle Truck Winner

Tanis Anderson, from Glennallen AK, bought two Summer Raffle tickets on August 10, 2017. Tanis had a chance to take a look at her new truck options at the Anchorage, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram … because one of those two tickets was a winner!  Tanis Anderson and Kristine Horst, Customer Relations Manager at ACDJR.


2017 IDITAROD WINTER RAFFLE WINNERS ANNOUNCED Anchorage, Alaska – The 2017 Iditarod Winter Raffle drawing was conducted at 3:10 p.m. today at the Great Alaska Sportsman’s Show at Sullivan Arena in Anchorage. Twenty raffle ticket holders now share in $176,000 in prizes, which includes four (4)2017 Ram 4×4 Quad Cab pickup trucks. The Iditarod Trail …

We Have A Winner!

Hello friends, We’ve all be howling here at the kennel! There is a 2017 Iditarod champion – Mitch Seavey. They are calling him the oldest and fastest champion. Well . . . he can take the title of oldest, but my K-9 friends are the fastest. Woowoowoooo! They completed the race in 8 days, 3 hours, 40 minutes, 13 …

Photo Gallery: March 14, 2017 Winner


Congratulations to Mitch Seavy who arrived into Nome first at 15:40 AST. He completed the race in the record time of 8 days, 3 hours, 40 minutes. He arrived with 11 dogs. The picture is a screen shot and shows Mitch with his two lead dogs Crisp and Pilot. Gypsy