Alaska’s Iditarod, The Susan Butcher Story. Emmy Winner pt 1

by Sleddoggin Staff on March 10, 2012

“Alaska’s Great Race; The Susan Butcher Story” – Emmy Award winning documentary available on DVD for the first time (see my website listed below to order). Susan Butcher and her dog team are struck by tragedy in her bid to win the 1985 Iditarod, the most demanding sled dog race of all. The Iditarod Trail covers 1049 miles through mountain ranges and over frigid sea ice, from Anchorage to Nome. With raw courage and determination, she battles it out in -40 degree weather with the toughest mushers in the North to set a new Iditarod record.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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