Monday, March 3, 2014

ID: Re-Start Video

Here is a quick video from the re-start in Willow yesterday. Don't the teams look fantastic?

12 comments:

Linda Toth said...

I thought they looked fantastic pulling up out of Willow Lake .. easy schmeasy with big grins - especially Quito.

Anonymous said...

Awesome!!! Woof!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes they do look fantastic and eager to run altho' as usual, Mr. Reserved, Beemer, tries to avoid the camera's glare.

Woof, woof, woof!!!

SP Kenel is the best in every way!!!

Anonymous said...

great! thanks now I can move on. cute to see Beemer talking to Ray! Mush onward little doggies. We love SP Kennel!

Lourdes, VT said...

They sure look amazing!!! I loved Quito's controlled enthusiasm during the countdown and the look she gave Aliy, like, OK Mom, time to start the fun!!!!
And Dingle's composure before starting like a rocket down the trail. Those dogs are so very well trained!!!!
Thank you for the great video 😁

Wendie said...

Thank you, thank you!!! Waited a year to see you guys take off and then the web site crashed! Love this.

Deb Owen said...

Good luck Aliy and Allen, from all here at The Keilogo Sprint Kennels in the UK xx

Deb Owen said...

Good luck Aliy and Allen, sending love and hugs from all at The Keilogo Sprint Kennels UK xx

Nessmuk said...

Thanks for posting this....with the live feed down it was a real bummer....but I took solace in knowing you folks at SPK would be capturing the moment for us! You guys rock! I love playing it in slow motion....Quito and Waylon jumping straight up....awesome!

Anonymous said...

Aliy and Allen look great, the dogs look fantastic! They are ready to go!
So exciting!
Safe mushing guys!

Crystal from FL

marilyn cozzens said...

Thanks so much--Iditarod live feed from the restart did not show Aliy leaving Willow. Was able to catch Allen, but this from SPK is better. Both teams are off like a rocket.

A-town's Becky said...

Nessmuck, my sentiments exactly. We are so lucky to have the SPK crew and dog loggers keeping us abreast of the activities when the live feeds and GPS just aren't working.

Love the start videos. Both teams pulled out like smooth machines, prepared for the adventure ahead of them.
Thank you so much!!!