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2017 Race Standings
Top Five

  • 1. Lina Streeper
  • 2. Dave Torgerson
  • 3. Bruce Magnusson
  • 4. Jr Anderson
  • 5. Jerry Bath
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Musher Information
Main Stage Open Entry Begins August 1st 2017 - Download rules, applications, schedules & purse info.
9/27/17 Press Release

For information about the race, 2018 race applications, media or sponsorship inquiries, or general information please contact the race director Dan Carter by email or phone - (435) 691.3580.

Race News & Updates
Stay up-to-date on each stage along the way.

Stage Stops

The race starts in Jackson, Wyoming and is the only race of its kind traveling through four states before finishing in Teton County, Wyoming.

Jackson Hole, WY

Jan 27 th Jackson Hole is a valley encompassed by mountains, including plentiful and varied wildlife species, Grand Teton National Park.

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Alpine, WY

Jan 29th Alpine, Wyoming, a small town near the Idaho border, is located on the Snake River and banks of the Palisades Reservoir

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Kemmerer, WY

Feb 3rd Kemmerer is the central hub of recreation activities all year round.

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Big Piney / Marbleton, WY

Feb 2nd The towns of Big Piney and Marbleton want to warmly welcome you to this year’s International Eukanuba Stage Stop Sled Dog Race.

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Pinedale, WY

Feb 1st Visitors are awed by the towering Wind River
Mountains and enjoy year round adventures on the Continental Divide Trail System.

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Lander, WY

Jan 31st Lander is known for its recreational opportunities, entertainment, relaxation, scenic beauty, business opportunities and just plain fun!

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Driggs, ID

Jan 28th Nestled in the Teton Valley between the majestic Tetons and the beautiful Big Hole Mountains, Driggs is at the center of a recreation paradise.

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Teton County, WY

Teton County is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming. The federal government owns 97 percent of the land, including two national parks–Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The region is mountainous and geologically active; there are numerous small earthquakes, most of which are not felt by residents. The best-known natural wonders in the county are the… Read more »

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