Monthly Archives: November 2016

# 9 Laura Daugereau-Archive 2019

#9 —Laura Daugereau from Port Gamble, Washington. Laura’s interest in sled dogs started when she got her first dog as a ten year old. She’s been hooked ever since. This led to a life of working summers in Washington state for my family’s construction company, then relocating dogs and myself to Montana for fall and… Read more »

#8 Fernando Ramirez-Archive 2019

#8 — Fernando Ramirez from Peoa, Utah Fernando Ramirez has been running dogs since his elementary school days and says that his love for sled dogs has not faded in all the years since. He and his wife Dana own and operate a sled dog touring operation, Rancho Luna Lobos, on their rancho just minutes… Read more »

#7 JR Anderson-Archive 2019

#7 — JR Anderson from Buyck, Minnesota A native Minnesotan, JR Anderson has dedicated over 20 years to the sport of endurance canines. Through research, extensive training, and competitive racing, he’s developed a keen knowledge of the canine’s ability to perform at accelerated levels. He and wife, Anna ‘Chapman’ Anderson, own River Rock Kennel in… Read more »

#6 Alexandra Rochat-Archive 2019

#6 — Alexandra Rochat from Whitehorse, Yukon. Alexandra moved from her native Switzerland to the Yukon in 2008 and started her kennel the following year. She has enjoyed racing many competitions including the Percy Jr. (2010, 2011, 2017), Percy DeWolfe Memorial Race (2015, 2016, 2018), Yukon Quest 300 (2015), as well as both the Tustumena… Read more »

#5 Justin Fortier-Archive 2019

#5 — Justin Fortier from Saint-Raymond, Québec, Canada. Justin started mushing at the age of 12 and says he “immediately fell in love with this life style.” He first enjoyed shorter ten-mile sprint races, and raced in the Québec circuit for several years. In 2015, Justin decided to try something new, loaded up 24 dogs,… Read more »

#4 – Linda Pierce-Archive 2019

#4— Linda Pierce from Okanagen, Washington. Linda started running dogs with two dogs for a skijor team after she retired from a 28-year career in law enforcement. Her kennel has grown to 18 dogs and includes 15 Alaskan Huskies and three Hound Cross team members. Linda lives in Okanogan, Washington with her husband, a ranch… Read more »

#3 Dan Phillips-Archive 2019

#3 — Dan Phillips from Snowmass Village, Colorado Dan started his dog sledding career in 1999. He worked as a handler for an Iditarod team from 2000 until 2005. In 2005, he started an expedition company taking groups into Idaho’s Selkirk Wilderness. Dan and his family own and operate a large touring kennel in Colorado… Read more »

#2 Alix Crittenden-Archive 2019

#2— Alix Crittenden from Bondurant. Wyoming Alix and husband Sam own and operate Sleeping Indian Outfitters in Bondurant, Wyoming where they guide horseback, fishing, and hunting trips. Alix runs the team for Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dogs. Last year Alix ran the Pinedale Sled Dog Classic, Ashton Dog Derby, Open North American Championship, Cross Lake… Read more »

#1 Austin Forney-Archive 2019

#1— AUSTIN FORNEY from Leadville, Colorado. Austin lives and trains at 10,152 ft. in Leadville, Colorado where he’s the Kennel Manager for Alpine Adventures Dogsledding. He thanks his wife, his family, and everyone at Alpine Adventures Dogsledding for their continued love and support. Austin says he’s “excited to race another year in Wyoming with his… Read more »

Jerry Scdoris

#1 — Jerry Scdoris from Bend,Oregon Jerry started running sled dogs in 1977. He’s provided 47,000+ paid guests with a safe, exhilarating once-in-a lifetime dog sledding experience. “I believe stage racing is the most challenging format and I love it!” he says. “I’m here to showcase the tremendous gains my dogs have made in the… Read more »

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