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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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2016 Iditarod Race Team Lineup

RACE DATE:  Ceremonial Start on March 5, 2016 and Restart on March 6, 2016 RACE LOCATION:  Ceremonial Start in Anchorage, Alaska and Restart in Willow, Alaska MUSHER:  Brent Sass RACE TEAM LINEUP: Sound Celia Cat Chica Insley Sluice Merc Carbon Copper Krypton Neon...

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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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After a quick stop at the full service Redington checkpoint the dogs and I are headed to Fairbanks! Huge thanks to Pam Redington for her amazing hospitality! Big city here we come! ... See MoreSee Less

After a quick stop at the full service  Redington checkpoint the dogs and I are headed to Fairbanks! Huge thanks to Pam Redington for her amazing hospitality! Big city here we come!

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Stop by the cabin as you come through Fox. Hot coffee waiting... I am only 100 yards up the Steese from the Fox Corner... stop by to see one of your kennel's relation.... from Ike's Flo.

What's she doing?

Sounds like you'll be heading into a Chinook Wind. Do you have some Gordon Lightfoot music to fit the occasion? Hope the trails do not disintegrate badly. Think Snow!

Slater soaking up the sun! ... See MoreSee Less

Slater soaking up the sun!

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Guuauuu,spectacular views....and sensational dogs are you trainning,good luke from Catalonia.

What's the temp this morning?

Love this pic 😍

Beautiful picture!

Wow!! I thought this was a painting! Do you take all these beautiful pictures yourself Brent Sass?

Slater: “Can we go yet?”

One has to keep watch and watch out that you do not miss the sun. very nice picture wish the good luck and nice days

Gorgeous..beautiful..thanks so much sharing...

everyone looks tired

A real whistle stop.

Wow looks beautiful

Beautiful

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Sunrise on the road to Tanana ... See MoreSee Less

Sunrise on the road to Tanana

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Beautiful photo!! Not much snow, though!

Oui c ce que je me disais c bizarre

Beautiful, where's the deep snow?

Priceless! 😀 <3

WOW!!! That is magnificent! !

dreamlike. the romantic side of our sport

Breathtaking and peaceful

are they ready yet.....?

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