Hello Pedigree Stage Stop Race Fans, the Mushers meeting has concluded. It was short and sweet, with having a very experienced group of Mushers here. Head Vet Veronica Devall introduced her team and talked about a few things to watch with this warm weather. Matt Redwine the Trail boss gave an overview of trail marking… Read more »
Hello Pedigree Stage Stop Race Fans, the pre race vet check is an open to the public event here in downtown Jackson and many visitors and school children were milling amongst the dog trucks. 15 Teams are here, which traveled from the Midwest in the United States, to Northern Canada and 2 European Teams from… Read more »
Good morning Pedigree Stage Stop Race Fans, Friday morning traditionally is Vet Check time for the teams. A team of veterinarians lead by head Vet Dr. Veronica Devall and a group of Vet students is giving each dog a thorough check. Each team having a pools of 16 dogs, that is 240 dogs being checked… Read more »
Hallo Pedigree Stage Stop Race Fans, The Ceremonial Start went off without a hitch. Or better said just minor little ones. Randy DeKuiper wanted to get on the trail asap.. Shannon Miller Adkins tried sliding into the starting chute on her side…., but heck that is Mushing for ya! The weather let off just in… Read more »
Here we go! It is game time! 3 hours to go! 24 Mushers are ready to hit the trail at 6.30 p.m. from the townsquare in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Tune in for a Facebook live feed.
Howdy Stage Stop Race fans, things are getting temporarily quite in the Deloney Parking lot. The Vet checks have finished and up next is the Mushers meeting. It has been fun catching up with the various Mushers. Grant Beck made the treck all the way from Yellowknife. Travel has not necessarily gone smooth, he had… Read more »
Good morning Pedigree Stage Stop Race fans, Race day is here! Beautiful sunny skies, 15 below F and a slight north wind. Things are ramping up. Race C0-Founder Frank Tesley is busy this morning at his Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours taking out sponsors for dog- and Snowmachine rides. It was good to visit… Read more »