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The Yukon Quest Part 3

The 1000 mile Yukon Quest Dogsled Race celebrates its 25th running in February of 2008. Not as well-know as the Iditarod but perhaps more challenging, we take a look at the 2007 Quest through the eyes of a rookie and two veterans in this three part documentary.

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