January 21st, 2024
By: Brent Kuehl
Mushing Magazine Alaska Podcast with Lacy Kuehl Racing Cars and Mushing
Florida teen native. Never seen snow or temps under 35f.
Driver / Musher / Spokesperson / Lacy Kuehl
is asked to race in the 2023 Jr. Iditarod and she says YES.
Lacy's Mom said,' Lacy, why did you say yes?
Lacy's replied,' Mom, why would I say NO?
Her destination is Alaska to participate in the 2023 Jr. Iditarod 150-mile dog-sled race from Knik Lake to Yentna Station Roadhouse and back, with a 10-hour mandatory stop at Yentna Station.
Sleeping outside without any assistance throughout the race.
No Cell phone, only a GPS tracker, and her 9 dogs.
The leaders Bansaw and Shooby saved her life and were awarded the Blue Harness Award!
38 days to train. With the aid of Team PETIT Nicolas Petit, trainers Artyom Krutikov / Kaiden Foster, and Louis Schrader, the young women prepared physically and mentally for the harsh weather and terrain throughout training.
No time to take a day off, training every day.
She slept on the ground in a sleeping bag with straw hay, no cover, no tent, just the dogs and pure survival as she overlooked the Yentna River.
Lacy Kuehl Yentna River, Alaska
Before and after the race, Lacy Kuehl became popular with the media FOX Weather FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay Digital Bros Studios ABC7 Southwest Florida FOX 13's Mark Wilson and other media outlets. #podcast
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