Hang onto your dog team and join three women tackling the grueling Yukon Quest; a 1000 mile sled dog race through the Yukon and into Alaska’s frigid Interior. Michelle Phillips, a young Canadian mother; Agata Franczak, a 48-year-old Polish adventurer and Kelley Griffin, Alaskan veteran, test their limits driving their dog teams through record cold temperatures and over icy mountain passes amid mental exhaustion. Feel their pain as they question their abilities, and celebrate their triumphs when they overcome obstacles small and large. You will be entertained by their spirit, touched by their vulnerabilities and, ultimately, wowed by the incredible strength these women possess. This entertaining film will reveal why the lesser-known Yukon Quest is considered by many to be the most challenging sled dog race on the planet.
This full length 67 minute documentary also includes 55 minutes of special features which enable you to get a closer look into the making of the video.
“Bristow puts her viewers in the mushers boots. Funny, touching and visually smart, DOG GONE ADDICTION is a dog gone good movie.”
- Donna Quante, Film Maker, Producer
“I have no doubt that if people want to feel the real power of the Yukon Quest they will be enthralled with this film.”
- Aliy Zirkle, Yukon Quest Champion and Iditarod Musher
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