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2015 Pedigree Stage Stop – 8 Dog Classic Sled Dog Race

1.       Art Stoller   20297 State Rd 200  Bagley , Mn 

2.         Jean Wise    737 Blaine St   Sand Coulee , Mt  

3.       Thad McCraken  5236 NE 29th Ave   Portland , Oregon  

4.         Jon Bunderson  1659 Skyline Dr  Soda Springs, Id   

5.      Austin Forney  1884 Four Seasons Blvd  Leadville , CO   

6.       Troy Larsen P.O. box 3661  Hailey , Id  

7.       Harry Towtongie P.O. Box 444 Rankin Inlet  Nunavut XOC OGO Canada  

8.     Tommy Bird  P.O. Box 29 Southend , SK Canada      
                                                                                 
9.    Clayton Perry 1211 5th Rd NE  Choteau , MT 
10.  Kate St Onge    Mancos. Co

 As an addition to the celebrations commemorating the 20th anniversary of the race, the Pedigree Stage Stop is opening a limited entry two-day race! Teams can run up to 8 dogs from a 10-dog pool. Teams participate in the ceremonial start in Jackson running from the Town Square to the base of Snow King Mountain followed by two days of racing in Alpine, Wyoming & Driggs, Idaho.

 RACE SCHEDULE:

Jan. 30th – Vet Check (Jackson, Wyoming) – 11:00 am to 1:00pm

Jan. 30th – Ceremonial Start – Downtown Jackson

Jan. 31st  - Alpine Race – 9:00 Start – Alpine Wyoming

Feb. 1st   -  Driggs Race – 9:00 Start – Driggs Idaho

Feb. 1st   -  Awards Ceremony At the finish line

 ENTRY:

Pool

Max/Day

Distance Per Day

Entry Fee

Max Entry

10 Dogs

8 Dogs

25 to 30 Miles

$200

10 Teams

 

 

 

($250 After Jan. 1st)

 

  PURSE:

Place

Purse

1

$2,000

2

$1,700

3

$1,400

4

$1,100

5

$900

6

$800

7

$700

8

$600

9

$500

10

$400

APPLICATIONS LOCATED IN THE APPLICATIONS SECTION OF THE RACE INFORMATION TAB.

 
Musher’s can send inquires to racedirector@wyomingstagestop.org

 

 

 

 

Stage Stops

Similar to the Tour de France, the race stops in a different town each night.

The race spans eight stage stops and four states, traveling nearly 350 miles.
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About the Race

In 1996 Frank Teasley launched the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race to showcase the beautiful state of Wyoming and to make sled dog racing more accessible to the public.
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