ANCHORAGE, Alaska — There’s a new chief within the Iditarod Path Sled Canine Race after the canine on musher Nicolas Petit’s group give up on him.
Petit held a five-hour benefit after Sunday, however he instructed the Iditarod Insider that he yelled at two canine who had been combating and that the group would not transfer after that.
He stated the canine ate effectively and there aren’t any orthopedic points.
“It is only a head factor,” Petit stated.
Petit’s group give up working at about the identical level he gave up the lead in final yr’s race, when he misplaced the path in a blizzard.
Alaska musher Pete Kaiser handed Petit and was the primary to succeed in the checkpoint in Koyuk on Monday. Koyuk is 827 miles into the 1,000-mile race throughout Alaska.