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2011 Seney 300 Training Run
The Seney 300 Training Run takes place in the North Central UP north of Seney, MI. The Seney 300 serves as one of the qualifying requirements for Mushers that plan to run in the Iditarod or Yukon Quest. It allows an opportunity for Mushers to run with their dogs under conditions that they would experience during marathon dog sled events. The primary goal is to provide a learning environment that allows the Mushers to gain valuable knowledge from Iditarod veterans Al Hardman, Jim Oelschlaeger, Lloyd Gilbertson, and Terry Hinesly.
Hank DeBruin and his handlers at the start.
Eager to get started!!
Resting at the
Dr. Tim Hunt's 16 dog team
Warm temperatures were not a problem. Temps got as low as -7 F
Resting at a checkpoint.
Joe Gutowski On the trail