Dogs and mushers fly through Silverton

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Dogs and mushers fly through Silverton

Races draw teams from across the region
Dave Eckert races Saturday on the 2-mile track set up for the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races. Racers found the track far faster than racing at Molas Pass as they have in years past. Dog sled teams can reach speeds from 15 to 20 mph.
Bruce Harper of Rifle races with his Siberian huskies Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races. Harper fell during the races after one of the skis of his sled hit a long grove on the track.
Aaron Natoniewski races with his dogs Captain and Henny on Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races.
Aaron Natoniewski leaves the start line Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races hosted by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club.
A racer leaves the start line Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races hosted by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club.

Dogs and mushers fly through Silverton

Dave Eckert races Saturday on the 2-mile track set up for the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races. Racers found the track far faster than racing at Molas Pass as they have in years past. Dog sled teams can reach speeds from 15 to 20 mph.
Bruce Harper of Rifle races with his Siberian huskies Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races. Harper fell during the races after one of the skis of his sled hit a long grove on the track.
Aaron Natoniewski races with his dogs Captain and Henny on Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races.
Aaron Natoniewski leaves the start line Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races hosted by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club.
A racer leaves the start line Saturday at the Silverton Flying Sled Dog Races hosted by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club.
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