Junior Stage Stop
2015 Junior Musher Application Instructions to Communities
2015 Junior Musher Information (application)
2015 Junior Musher Race Schedule
2015 Junior Musher Service Report
2015 Junior Musher Volunteer Work
2015 Junior Musher Waiver
IPSSSDR Junior Mushers Give Back to their Communities
Youth sled dog race combines fun, community service
Select students, aged 9 to 13, from the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race communities of Jackson, Lander, Alpine, Pinedale, Big Piney, Marbleton, Kemmerer, Diamondville and Uinta County, Wyoming, and West Yellowstone, Montana, Driggs Idaho, are invited to participate in a sled dog race of their own at 5:00 pm in the Jackson Town Square.
The IPSSSDR, the largest sled dog race in the lower 48 states, invites host communities to send two students to represent their towns in this short exhibition fun run. Alternate students are chosen to fill vacancies as available. In order to participate in the race, students agree to perform 10 hours of community service work prior to the race and a fee of 25.00 that the IPSSSDR awards to a Nonprofit.
"We encourage all communities to send students to this amazing event, says Stage Stop Race Director
Dan Carter. "It’s a one-in-a-lifetime experience for students to interact with world-class mushers and their teams.:
Students do not need their own dogs or previous mushing experience to participate – equipment and dog teams are provided by the IPSSSDR. The 2015 Jr. Stage Stop is coordinated by the Board for
the IPSSSDR.Under Race Director Dan Carter and Secretary Dianna Lehn.
|2014 Jr Mushers||City|
|Kaelyn Frable Representative||Jackson|
|Jake Hammer||Big Piney/ Marbleton|
|Jackie Meador||Big Piney/Marbleton|
|Hunter Fisher||Big Piney/Marbleton|
|Zachery Worthing||Uinta County|
|Kyrie Worthing||Uinta county|
Kai Haukass Uinta County
Junior Musher Race Coordinator
After so many years of excellent Dedication, Terri Arnell is no longer able to be the Jr Musher
Coordinator. We wish her well in her new endeavors.