Siberian Sleddogs | Siberian Sleddogs Nadezhda Hope
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Siberian Sleddogs Nadezhda Hope

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All dogs, Females, Main Racepool, Our Dogs

About This Project

Born: 01.08.2014
NKK reg.: NO49379/14
Breeder: Siberian Sleddogs
 

Nadezhda (Надежда) means Hope. She is named after the Nadezhda Hope sled dog race in Chukotka, Siberia. In 1991, the Nadezhda Hope race was the first transcontinental international dogsled race which united two countries, the US and Russia and the two polar regions, Alaska and Chukotka. We were fortunate to be able to visit Chukotka and run the 2014 Nadezhda Hope race with our team.

 

Nadezhda Hope has her sisters Uelen, Silver Gulch and brother Grizzly in our kennel and Bering at Shaytaan Siberian Huskies in Whitehorse.

 

We’re excited to see what the future holds for this litter – Najak, who finished among others both the 2014 and 2015 Iditarod with our team is their mother and the handsome Shaytaan’s Psycho Killer (Psycho) who finished the 2013 and 2015 Yukon Quest as well as the 2015 Iditarod as part of the first team of Siberian Huskies to finish both 1000 mile races in one season with musher Rob Cooke their father.

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Sponsor Nadezhda Hope

 

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