Episode 21 This interview is with Jason Barron- This week we had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Jason Barron, winner of the 2009 John Beargrease race. Listen in as Jason describes the John Beargrease Race and what it takes to win in todays mid- distance races. We also hear a “hold on to your seats”, thriller story of he and his soon to be wife’s adventures on a glacer in the Iditarod. Well, I guess I should really say Harmony’s thriller ride on the glacer and what you never want to have to see! Visit Jason and Harmony’s Web site at www.kanabearenterprises.com
Episode 19 – “The Trail Less Traveled” – Interview with Ken Anderson & Gwen Holdmann
Episode 19 This interview is with Ken Anderson and Gwen Holdmann- If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in the middle of no-where, have 85 dogs, and race with your best friend, then you have got to listen to this interview. Listen as Ken and Gwen share heart felt stories and details about their life long adventures in the wilds of Alaska. This interview covers the past, present and future plans for Ken and Gwen. Wait till you hear what is about to rock their world. Congratulations Gwen and Ken. Please visit their site and get a copy of Ken’s Journals. www.windycreekkennel.com
Meet and Greet Lance Mackey – September 14th, 2008 http://www.sleddogcentral.com/classifieds/seminars.asp#Sutherby
Special Vet Tips – 5 Minutes with Dr. Tim Hunt. Dr. Tim has provided us with a special Tip of the week: Sprint or Longdistance Dogs. Each episode, Dr. Tim will give us a vet tip to help us raise healthy and strong racing dogs. Thank you Dr. Tim from www.drtims.com
Episode 14 – Idita”Flying” – Hear an Interview with Chuck Wirschem from Alaska Sky Trekking
Episode 14 Hear an Interview with Chuck Wirschem from Alaska Sky Trekking – Flying High above the Iditarod and experiencing the race a way that only few individuals can. This interview is all about soaring over and watching the Iditarod, and all the wonders of Alaska. Hear how Chuck describes the beauty of the trail, the ever present dangers, and the exhilaration of following the Greatest Race on Earth. Chuck stories will keep you on the edge of your seat as he describes his adventures up the trail to Nome. Join us for an interesting look at the trail and get ready for the high flying fun of the Iditarod. http://www.alaskaskytrekking.com/ and email@example.com
Special Vet Tips – 5 Minutes with Dr. Tim Hunt. Dr. Tim has provided us with a special Tip of the week: Non-traditional off season training methods. Each episode, Dr. Tim will give us a vet tip to help us raise healthy and strong racing dogs. Thank you Dr. Tim from www.drtims.com
Story 7 – Stories From Shony – “It’s Not Fair!”
Story 7 – Stories from Shony – “It’s Not Fair!”
This story is about fairness. Listen in on the dynamics of a race gone sour and the way the kennel needs to deal with it. Heartbreak, anger and retaliation are all set aside as truth and fairness are played out among Shony and her friends. The team learns a valuable lesson on how important it is to do the right thing and not get upset when others don’t play fair. Soon Shony tells her kennel mates about adventures in the Iditarod.
Episode 5 – “All I wanted was a cat.” – Hear an Interview with Jon Little
Episode 5 – Hear an Interview with Jon Little- 5 time Iditarod Musher & Exclusive Writer for Cabela’s that covers the Iditarod. Jon tells of his fascinating career and exciting adventures covering the “The Last Great Race.” Listen as Jon teaches us how to manage a smaller but successful kennel and what it takes to stay competitive in the sport. From one dog Skijoring to Cabela’s Reporter, Jon shares his story and life in the great state of Alaska. Come join us in listening to Jon’s vivid descriptions of his race coverage and life as a journalist. Visit Jon’s site at http://kasilofkennel.bravehost.com/
Special Vet Tips – 5 Minutes with Dr. Tim Hunt. Dr, Tim is provided us with a special Tip of the week; Foot Care. Each week Dr. Tim will give us a vet tip to help us raise healthy, strong racing dogs. Thank you Dr. Tim from www.drtims.com.