Position Musher LeftPosition Musher FinishedBib #MusherStart TimeFinished TimeElapsed Time# Dogs Started# Dogs FinishedAverage MPH
1216Buddy Streeper0:33:004:35:284:02:28121211.4
13213John Stewart0:36:004:43:014:07:01121211.2
1135Bruce Magnusson0:30:004:39:404:09:40111111.1
1047Eli Golton0:27:004:39:554:12:55121110.9
15510JR Anderson0:42:005:08:074:26:07101010.4
5612Jake Golton0:12:004:41:464:29:4610910.2
673Stacey Teasley0:15:004:45:454:30:45111110.2
382Jeff Conn0:06:004:38:334:32:33101010.1
2915Monica Zappa0:03:004:47:314:44:3112129.7
8109Dennis Laboda0:21:005:08:194:47:1911119.6
14114Jerry Bath0:39:005:26:334:47:3311119.6
71214Al Borak0:18:005:08:224:50:2210109.5
9138Dave Turner0:24:005:27:465:03:4612129.1
1141Jerry Scdoris0:00:005:15:525:15:5212128.7
41511Ryan Redington0:09:005:44:375:35:371098.2

Race Commentary and Updates: 2015 Stage 4: West Yellowstone Montana

Stage 4 Interview with Jake Robinson and Anny Malo Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted 02-01-2022 at 7:17 pm

Good evening Pedigree Stage Stop Race fans. Tonight we were invited to the South Lincoln Event and Training Centre in Kemmerer to a very nice taco dinner! That is one of the major parts of this race, that we get to interact with local communities. After dinner race Marshal Warren Palfrey go the 23 Mushers… Read more »

Big Piney – Marbleton, videos from the trail Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 3:07 pm

Howdy Stage Stop Race Fans, It is always a bit of a fine line getting footage and pictures from the trail. For one, we like to show these beautiful teams. On the other hand we have to be cautious to not be in the way trying to get that footage. Here are some videos from… Read more »

Anny Malo wins 4th Stage in Big Piney – Marbleton Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 2:43 pm

Hello Pedigree Stagstop Race fans, Anny Malo wins the 4th Stage today in Big Piney Marbleton. With that she has solidified her lead over runner up ( and 2 time Champion ) Lina Streeper to 18 minutes. When the teams came by Mile 13.4 on the outbound trail, Anny had already caught up to Lina… Read more »

Getting ready for Stage 4 in Big Piney-Marbleton Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 6:38 am

Good Morning Stage Stop Race Fans, We had a great welcome dinner here in Big Piney-Marbleton. 4 Junior Mushers came on stage and talked about their experience of riding the sled during the Ceremonial Start in Jackson on Friday night. The Dutch oven desserts are a huge hit! Here is what Jerry Bath had to… Read more »

Wrap of of Day 4, Big Piney Stage, Video of trail grooming on South Pass Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted 02-02-2021 at 9:26 pm

Hello Pedigree Stage Stop Race fans, Day 4 has come to a conclusion. Tomorrow morning in Lander we will see the yellow Bib change hands again. Erik Laforce had the privilege to wear it today and Anny Malo will get it back tomorrow. She is thus going to be the last team leaving the starting… Read more »

Jake Robinson and Ed Stielstra after the Big Piney Stage: Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 7:40 pm

Each evening we are trying to bring you some Musher Interviews. That is one neat thing about Zoom meetings. Even when not in one hotel, we can still can connect and talk with each other. Here what Jake Robinson and Ed Stielstra had to say tonight:

And a few out of sequence pre Big Piney Interviews Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 4:42 pm

Somehow I get the feeling that I did not get the coolest job this time around being; stuck on Yukon Island. I mean it is fun to be involved remotely. But I have been missing out on M&M’s galore. Never mind the concession trailer for lunch, then the Dutch oven desserts in Kemmerer. Now I… Read more »

JR Anderson on Big Piney Stage Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 4:16 pm

JR Anderson has definitely made a reputation for himself, of mastering very steady runs. His split times are usually near perfect. While in past years he had to adjust his run style to older dogs in his team, this year he seems to have more depth in his group of dogs. Besides his own breeding,… Read more »

Diane Marquis Big Piney Stage Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 3:56 pm

We sure had a fun interview with Diane Marquis, Anny Malo and Marco Rivest last night. They were sitting in their gooseneck trailer after taking care of the dogs. Diane has had excellent runs. The first 2 Days she finished in a very strong 3rd place each day. Yesterday she only ran dogs and came… Read more »

Ryan Beaber running his best Stage today in Big Piney – Marbleton Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 3:31 pm

For some teams, it takes a little bit of time, to get into the groove of the Stage Stop Race. It looks like that is happening with Ryan Beaber ( pretty soon I am going to punch my laptop, if autocorrect changes it one more time to Beaver ) from from Lily Wisconsin. He finished… Read more »

Thad McCracken on the Big Piney Stage Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 2:43 pm

Thad McCracken from Mosier Oregon is running his 1st Pedigree Stage Stop Race. And he is holding his own very well, specially considering the he has a small kennel. He also had very poor training conditions this year in Oregon and had to leave home early, to find some snow to train on in West… Read more »

Ed Stielstra leaving for the Big Piney Stage Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 12:30 pm

Talking with Ed Stielstra and Laura Neese before the race, they revealed that they are both driving young teams. Well the Stage Stop for sure is a good proving ground for young dogs. It exposes them to all kind of new scenarios. Just leaving a starting line 7 times, basically packs the experience from 7… Read more »

Pre Stage Interview in Big Piney with Ben Barrett Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 11:52 am

Each Stage has a different feel for the mushers. As rookie, even after talking to veteran mushers, you only have a limited idea of what to expect. Much different once you are veteran. Talking to Lina Streeper last year, she had some reservations about the Driggs Stage, as in the prior year, she had gotten… Read more »

First Videos from Big Piney – Marbleton. Tim Thiessen Sebastian Schnuelle

Posted at 11:40 am

Good morning Pedigree Stage Stop Race fans, Stage 4 already! These mushers ( and race crew ) have been working hard. I remember from last year, how beautiful of a drive it was out to the race site, and an even more beautiful trail, beginning with a gradual climb, before entering some open high country…. Read more »