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Balto was the lead sled dog on the last leg of a famous, life-

Balto was a jet black Siberian husky sled dog who led his team (when everyone

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Obit of the Day (Historical): Balto (1933) For those fans of

Balto, lead dog of the final stretch of the 1925 serum run, and Leonard

Gunnar Kaasen poses in 1925 with the dog team he drove through a blizzard to deliver life-saving serum to Nome, Alaska. Kaasen's lead dog, Balto, ...

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Balto and his team after reaching Nome. (www.animalplanet.com ()


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Togo, he ran 350 miles for his part of the run; he gave so

Gunnar Kaasen with his sled dogs in 1925 The ...


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Photograph Of Balto The Husky

Balto's remains at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.


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Because of his age, Balto was euthanised on March 14, 1933, at the age of 14. He was mounted and placed on display in the Cleveland Museum of Natural ...

The race became known as the Great Serum Run and the lead dog on the last leg to Nome was famous thereafter. You can still see the statue of Balto in New ...


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(now the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo). This is the last photo of Balto taken while he was

Above: Balto, with Anna and Gunnar Kaasen, on the steamship Alameda, docked in Seattle, Washington in late February, 1925.

In response, Bone decided to speed up the relay and authorized additional drivers for Seppala's leg of the relay, so they could travel without rest.

Going beyond Balto, film shows life-saving dog run - The San Diego Union-Tribune

SNOW DAY: National champ Michael Herbst training his dogs in Sweden. Photo: Supplied

Ben Keller, right, pushes his daughter Braylin Keller on the sled to start her

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Helen Corlew with her lead dog, Flint

Joee Redington drove his team to a second place finish in the Exxon Mobil Open at

Last but certainly not least if the Malamute, whether it be Alaskan, Mackenzie Valley, or whatever. They are the largest of the three, ...


Honoring hero dog - and Clevelander - Balto on the 90th anniversary of the Serum Run to save the children of Nome, Alaska (slideshow) | cleveland.com

balto Save. Balto, a black and white husky, was the lead ...

Sled dogs are phenomenal athletes (Credit: Design Pics Inc/Alamy)

In this undated photo, Kate Walrath guides a team of mushing dogs.

Thousands of sled dogs and their owners descend on Thetford for international competition in King's Forest

A team of sled dogs races through the woods near Appalaches resort. (FRANCIS FONTAINE

Val Beland of Ely has raced dogs worldwide, from Alaska to Europe. She also

In the last century, different types of dogs have been used for sled racing. The first sled dogs were the result of cross-breeding with wolves.

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The journey between Nenana and Nome normally took 30 days to complete, but circumstances required it to be completed in six. The trip was divided up by a ...

Dennis Laboda drives his sled dog team during the Driggs, Idaho, leg of the

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For several decades, visitors of Central Park, one of the largest parks in New York, have admired a bronze statue of a Siberian Husky named Balto.

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Statue of Balto in New York's Central Park (Credit: Getty Images)

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Dawn Prahl poses with two of the family's four Siberian huskies. On the left is

Sled dogs white huskies hiking in Inuvik, Canada.

More than 80 mushers and 350 sled dogs will compete on August 12 and 13 in

Winnie's forebear Togo in 1927 with Leonhard Seppala; in 1925, the two helped deliver diphtheria serum to icebound Nome, Alaska.

The Iditarod is an extremely challenging race (Credit: Design Pics Inc/Alamy)

Winnie, center, a Siberian husky who raced in Massena, N.Y., this month, is also a show dog competing at Madison Square Garden this week.

A Siberian husky (Credit: Westend61 GmbH/Alamy)

Balto at unveiling of his statue in Central Park in 1925... Balto (1919–1933) was a sled dog who led his team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome ...

Of the 29 statues in Central Park, by far one of the most popular is of a dog named Balto. On any given day you will find a steady line of children ...

The Balto Statue in Central Park, NYC


Sled dogs competing in the Iditarod race (Credit: Design Pics Inc/Alamy)

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Five were kept in Alaska, and I can't find out anything about them. Seven were sent on the US tour with Balto. The dogs ...

Above: Balto just after the 1925 Nome Serum Run.

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Yeah, so there's a new book on the serum run in bookstores... this time, it's not only for kids, but also is more centered on Togo, the forgotten canine ...

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Sled dogs are known for their strength and endurance.In December, 1911, during the Alaskan Gold Rush, four dog teams hauled 2,600 pounds of gold out of the ...


Balto at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History