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Sled Dog Books and DVDs
If you know someone who enjoys watching or participating in sled dog racing, then you may want to consider some of our Sled Dog Books and DVDs.
We stock manuals to help you get started in dog sledding, as well as accounts by famous mushers about some of their achievements.
The All Alaska Sweepstakes is the oldest organized sled dog race in the world, with records kept by the Nome Kennel Club dating back to the first race in 1908.
Dozens of beautiful photos by Jan DeNapoli, Donna Quante and others tell the story of the sixteen Alaskan mushers who entered their teams, each hoping to have their name engraved on the Sweepstakes trophy beside the great mushing legends “Scotty” Allan and Leonhard Seppala; and, of course, they were racing for the richest purse ever offered for a sled dog race: $100,000.00 winner-take-all!Learn More
Along Alaskan Trails, Adventures in Sled Dog History, by Helen Hegener, is a collection of true stories about Alaskan sled dogs and the role they played in the development of the north, with dozens of historic photos from the archives of the Alaska State Library, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and other sources.Learn More
Almost single-handedly, Redington rescued Alaska dog mushing from extinction. With ambition, an abiding love for sled dogs, and a refusal to accept "it can't be done", Redington created a legacy in a thousand mile race across Alaska that has thrilled the world for more than twenty-five years, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
The Yukon Quest Trail takes readers checkpoint by checkpoint from Fairbanks to Whitehorse, an extraordinary journey in which the author shares insights and details of the trail, along with the incredible history of both the race and the land it crosses.
Over 180 photographs by the author and by photographers Eric Vercammen and Scott Chesney provide an unparalleled look at the trail, the mushers, the dogs and more. Also included are Trail Notes for Mushers, compiled by two-times Yukon Quest Champion John Schandelmeier.Learn More
78 Teams set out on a mission to find Nome - 1000 miles through the Alaskan Outback - fighting the perils of the Yukon River - days and night at 40 below zero and the Bering Sea Coast and its blizzards stand in their way.
Dallas Seavey sets out to defend his title but a group of hardened veterans will try to get there first.
It's Iditarod 43...Learn More
Born to Mush is the story of how Dallas Seavey becomes the youngest person ever to win the grueling Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Along the way, this tenacious and dedicated athlete learns to think like a dog - focusing on the moment, and finding the joy in every challenge - from blizzards to thin ice.Learn More
A film about wildlife and one wild life.
For the past 40 years, in a remote and harshly beautiful corner of northern Manitoba, Brian Ladoon has devoted his life to preserving and breeding an endangered species: Qimmiq – Canada’s indigenous Inuit Sled Dog.Learn More