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Q: How long is the reguired rest period at each Iditarod Race?
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Where is the Iditarod?

The Iditarod dog sled race is known as "The Last Great Race" and it is run each year in Alaska. The dogs pull the sleds from Anchorage to Nome.


What is the name of a famous dogsledding race held each year in Alaska?

The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.


What does a ididtarod look like?

The Iditarod is a dog sled race that he held each year in Alaska.www.iditarod.com


How many sleds are in the iditarod sled dog race?

More than 50 each year.


Why do the iditarod race alternate the routes each year?

North is even year south id odd year


How does a musher care for his dogs during the Iditarod race?

Each owner is different. The best thing to do is to read some books that have been written on the Iditarod race. They will tell you lots about what these owners/trainers go through with their dogs such as the breeding, care of, feeding of, & how they care for their dogs during the race.


What is the name of the famous dogsledding race held each year in Alaska?

The iditarod race in Alaska is the most famous. Look it up on bing or Google to get tons of information on it


Why cant mushers in the iditarod have the bib number 1?

Bib number 1 is the honorary musher. Each year, the Iditarod honors someone as a special thank you to the person for doing something for the race.


What are facts about the iditarod?

some facts are that it is 1,147 miles long, there are 2 routes, there are about 60 teams in each race, each team starts out with 16 dogs, the fastest iditarod time was 9 days and it oringinated from the serum run. hope that helps


What are facts about Iditarod?

some facts are that it is 1,147 miles long, there are 2 routes, there are about 60 teams in each race, each team starts out with 16 dogs, the fastest Iditarod time was 9 days and it oringinated from the serum run. hope that helps


How many people are in the Iditarod?

there are usually around 60 people in the iditarod each year


8 facts about the Iditarod?

It takes six different letters to spell Iditarod, two of which are 'i's, and another two of which are 'd's. The Iditarod dogsled race takes place in Alaska. 'Iditarod' is an unusual word, but so is 'Alaska'. The race is run every year, in Alaska. The course covers territory from Anchorage to Nome, in Alaska. The race cannot be run without sled dogs. The race is run in March of each year, in Alaska. The race is a symbolic link to the early history of the state of Alaska. The race is run, in Alaska, on what used to be a communication and transportation link to rest of the world. Balto and Togo ran in the '1925 serum run to Nome', also known as the 'Great Race of Mercy'. Balto has a statue in New York City's Central Park.

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