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2017 Copper Basin 300 Race Team Lineup

RACE DATE:  January 14th, 2017 RACE LOCATION:  Glennallen, Alaska MUSHER:  Tim Muto RACE TEAM LINEUP: U-Turn Merc Louise Josephine Heath Nitro Chica Doc Sasha Tastey Mattie...

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NEW Silver FLEXFIT® Trucker Hats Have Arrived!

Hey Wild and Free fans, many of you have seen them around and now they are available for purchase - new Silver FLEXFIT® Trucker Hats!  This new hat, with Comfort-Fit design, stretches to fit a wide variety of head sizes so the only decision you need to make is black...

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Check out this new fan raffle fundraiser!

2016-2017 Wild and Free Mushing Raffle Fundraiser Thank you for your continued support throughout our training and race season. Whether it is by truck, plane, or dog sled, the Wild and Free team has hundreds of miles to travel to get to the races. It can cost upwards...

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Calling All Handlers…Are You Wild And Free?

Wild and Free Mushing is seeking an experienced handler to help with training and care of a competitive 60 dog kennel at our remote Homestead in interior Alaska.  This amazing opportunity would be from August or September through April, 2017. Applicant's must be: A...

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NOW AVAILABLE! New Wild and Free Merchandise

Hey Wild and Free fans, you have asked for it...you've patiently waited for it...now it is here - NEW MERCHANDISE!  Focusing on the dogs and races has been our priority, but we want to let you know that we heard you and have selected a few of the top requested...

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MEET BRENT SASS

Brent is the “attitude is everything” inspiration, fireball of energy and determination, remarkable man of character, and intrepid leader of Wild and Free. Mushing is Brent’s life and he lives for his dogs and the opportunity to be on the trail exploring Alaska with his four-legged companions. Never satisfied, Brent and Wild and Free Mushing are in the midst of an exciting time with the goal of moving farther and faster down the trail.
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Cara Lee BissonnetteLooking awesome! Go Tim!3 days ago
Timothy KuehlmanHey that's not me lol Wish it was brings back a lot of memories3 days ago
LeeAnn JeyakaranBest and the brightest, Wild and Free!3 days ago
Connie LoveallGo Tim, and doggies go!!!🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾3 days ago   ·  1
Carla PowellIs that my favourite girl, Tastey, up front?3 days ago   ·  1
Lin Stoller OlsonOh, they're looking so good!!!3 days ago   ·  1
Linda GriggsLookin' great!!3 days ago   ·  1
Nanette Vetrano UribeLooking for Mattie. Go Wild and Free.3 days ago
Danielle Bauer PettyCan't help but start tracking the race. It's an addiction. Go Wild and Free!3 days ago   ·  1
Leslie RoseThey looked awesome !!!3 days ago   ·  1
Shameless Westthey are awesome!!!2 days ago
Christa MacLennanGo Tim! The team looks great!2 days ago
Heather L. CarlileMakin' my day!! Watchin' those dogs dig in from my wintry home office in Dallas.2 days ago
Erin AltmanI've seen the booties before, but are those LEG WARMERS?2 days ago
Marysia JastrzebskiDo you have any updates from Tim?24 hours ago

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Make sure to check out the Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race this weekend and route on Tim and the Wild and Free Team!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wendy HawkinsGo Tim!!! Good Luck!!😃🐾3 days ago
Donna Harrison GrantSafe and Happy Trails Tim and Team Wild and Free!3 days ago   ·  1
Amy DeslauriersCheering them on from sunny and warm Florida. Wishing for cooler temps. Go Tim, go.3 days ago
Lucia Schenk3 days ago   ·  5
Karen Simonson OwensGood Luck !!!3 days ago
Christa MacLennanYes. If course!3 days ago
Danielle Bauer PettyAndrea Lewis its race time again. The pack is running Wild and Free!3 days ago   ·  1
Heather L. CarlileI'm with it - first waking thought..."How are Tim Muto and the team?"2 days ago   ·  2

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Diane Jean RayburnGO HUSKIES!!!!! RUN!!!!!3 days ago
James WildeSee you in Bethel Brent!3 days ago   ·  2
Terry NugentThe dogs love it3 days ago
Amanda GerstenslagerYa'll are tough as nails!3 days ago   ·  2
Jo Williamson💞💞3 days ago
Danielle CazauxVoilà des humains qui prennent soins de leurs chiens lumière ainsi que pattes protéger 👏👏👍👍3 days ago
LeeAnn JeyakaranLooking absolutely awesome!3 days ago
Peppy SusanAwesome!3 days ago
Tracy Snow-Cormierlookin' fabulous!3 days ago
Terri Weller GodwinThanks for letting us ride along.3 days ago
Marti BarrowLove their glow in dark gear3 days ago
Carol CowderyAs My Lower 48 can tell Brent Sass has been my favorite for Quite a While, His never ending Posts, and his Complete Devotion to his dogs and Positive outlook on everything, it runs thru the fiber of who he is. Always Has Been, Always Will Be !! WILD AND FREE. Thanks Brent For Sharing, I will continue to get the Lower 48 involved.3 days ago   ·  2
Jane LloydI love the way they run in such straight lines in almost every picture and video.3 days ago
Jackie Sheelar ArtingerRun Wild, run free. Love watching the gaits change too - in synchrony like an orchestrated rhythm section...3 days ago
Karen KreiserGood luck Wild and Free!!!!! Wah------Whoooooooo!!! 💕👍💕3 days ago
Christa MacLennanWhat a team! Are these mainly the youngsters3 days ago
Kat KazakoffThanks for sharing your love trail experiences !3 days ago
Rachelle ByrdWell it'll sure be cold for ya! I'm not excited to stand in it for the start, but I'll do it anyways!! ❤️3 days ago

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