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Date Posted: 08:40:01 08/12/02 Mon
Author: Neil Hubbard
Subject: Re: Pine Barrens Dry Line Mushing?
In reply to: Molly Beckel 's message, "Pine Barrens Dry Line Mushing?" on 21:47:15 08/08/02 Thu


Thanks for contacting the NJSDC. Your reference to what we do without snow is Gig Racing. You may want to read the history of the sport section on our page which contain a couple of descriptions of this. I have passed your query to our club president for additional response.

This activity is conducted in Lebenon St Park and in White's Boggs Wildlife Management Area, both in the vacinity of Rt 70. just south of Ft Dix.

Three clubs are active in this with an estimated 30 participants in south Jersey

10 months is the perfect age to harness break a puppy. Fall is the most active time for this type of training.

I'll email you a pic for reference.

>I have an adorable Alaskan Husky from Fairbanks which
>we rescued when we were visiting my brother , who
>lives there. We live in Southern New Jersey near
>Glassboro. A vet told me there is a dry line mushing
>group in the Pine Barrens area who has dry line tracks
>one can run dogs on. We have been told Shay would
>make a fine sled dog and she LOVES TO RUN and is
>incredibly strong. She is about 10 months old. We
>have 2 other dogs but they are mid size older terrier
>type mutts and they get tired of all her energy. She
>needs friends to run with. Can you give us any info.
>on dry line groups in Southern NJ? Thank.

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  • Re: Pine Barrens Dry Line Mushing? -- Kathy Murarik, 19:40:58 08/14/02 Wed
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