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2020 Results

*February 1st, "Yukon Quest 300" Fairbanks, Alaska, 300 miles, 2nd place out of 18 teams. Vet's Choice Award

*March 13th, "Two Rivers 200"

Two Rivers, Alaska, 200 miles, 2nd place out of 9 teams. Vet's Choice Award

2019 Results

*January 12th, "Copper Basin 300" Glennallen, Alaska, 300 miles, 12th place out of 35 teams.

*March 2nd, "Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race" Anchorage, Alaska, 1,000 miles, Scratched in Nikolai.

*December 21st, "Solstice 100" Two Rivers, Alaska, 100 miles, 4th place out of 10 teams.

Photo by: Stacey Cilia

2018 Results

*January 19th, "Two Rivers 200" Two Rivers, Alaska, 200 miles, 5th place out of 16 teams. Vet's Choice Award and Sportsmanship Award.

*March 3rd, "Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race" Anchorage, Alaska, 1,000 miles, 48th place out of 67 teams.

*December 22nd, "Solstice 50" Two Rivers, Alaska, 50 miles, 7th place out of 33 teams.

2017 Results

*January 20th, "Two Rivers 200" Two Rivers, Alaska, 200 miles, 5th place out of 18 teams. Vet's Choice Award.

*January 28th, "Northern Lights 300" Big Lake, Alaska, 300 miles, 2nd place out of 25 teams.

*February 25th, "Hamburger Run" Two Rivers, Alaska, 30 miles, 1st place out of 9 teams.

*December 9th, "Alpine Creek Excursion Race" Cantwell, Alaska, 62 miles, Shaynee-8th place, Jeremy-19th place out of 22 teams.

Photo by: Stacey Cilia 

2016 Results

*February 6th, "Yukon Quest 300" Fairbanks, Alaska, 300 miles, 6th place out of 23 teams.

2015 Results

*January 3rd, "Solstice 100" Two Rivers, Alaska, 100 miles, 3rd place out of 13 teams.

*January 10th, "Copper Basin 300" Glennallen, Alaska, 310 miles, 16th place out of 49 teams.

*December 12th, "Alpine Creek Excursion Sled Dog Race" Cantwell, Alaska, 50 miles, 5th place out of 30+ teams.

Photo by: Scott Chesney

Shaynee has raced every winter except one between the years of 2004 and 2020. From Michigan's 4.8 mile races in 2004 to Alaska and the longest sled dog race in the world in 2018. The race archive is long for Howling Ridge Kennel. We've highlighted the last few years here. It has been amazing to see the team and musher grow through all of the experiences and lessons learned during each and every race. And the hope is that the adventure continues as dog and musher learn from each other and excel during these competitive events.

Shaynee finishing the 2007 Midnight Run in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Shaynee and team finishing first place in the Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race 6-dog class in 2008 and setting a track record

Shaynee and Dad with the team after finishing the 2013 Two Rivers 200, their first Iditarod-qualifying race, and earning the Vet's Choice Award

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