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Wild and Free Mushing | Adventure and Racing with Brent Sass and Team Facebook RSS BRENT TEAM HOMESTEAD EXPEDITIONS SUPPORT GALLERIES NEWS STORE Select Page 2015 YUKON QUEST CHAMPIONS Attitude is Everything Meet Brent The Future of Wild and Free Meet the Team Silver The beginning of Wild and Free. More About Silver Thanks to Mainscape for their tremendous support! Support Wild and Free News & Announcements 2017 Yukon Quest 1,000 Race Team Lineup Feb 4, 2017 RACE DATE: February 4, 2017 RACE LOCATION: Whitehorse, Yukon MUSHER: Brent Sass RACE TEAM LINEUP: Sound Celia Neon Chica Insley Sluice Merc Carbon Mattie Krypton Doc Caputo Heath... read more 2017 Kuskokwim 300 Race Team Lineup Jan 20, 2017 RACE DATE: January 20, 2017 RACE LOCATION: Bethel, Alaska MUSHER: Brent Sass RACE TEAM LINEUP: Sound Celia Cat Neon Insley Sluice Cal LC Caputo Krypton Yukon... read more 2017 Copper Basin 300 Race Team Lineup Jan 13, 2017 RACE DATE: January 14th, 2017 RACE LOCATION: Glennallen, Alaska MUSHER: Tim Muto RACE TEAM LINEUP: U-Turn Merc Louise Josephine Heath Nitro Chica Doc Sasha Tastey Mattie... read more NEW Silver FLEXFIT? Trucker Hats Have Arrived! Dec 19, 2016 Hey Wild and Free fans, many of you have seen them around and now they are available for purchase - new Silver FLEXFIT? Trucker Hats! This new hat, with Comfort-Fit design, stretches to fit a wide variety of head sizes so the only decision you need to make is black... read more Check out this new fan raffle fundraiser! Nov 11, 2016 2016-2017 Wild and Free Mushing Raffle Fundraiser Thank you for your continued support throughout our training and race season. Whether it is by truck, plane, or dog sled, the Wild and Free team has hundreds of miles to travel to get to the races. It can cost upwards... read more 2016-2017 Wild and Free Mushing Dog Sponsorship Program is Now Open! Jul 1, 2016 The Wild and Free Dog Sponsorship Program helps to fund so many things throughout the season, and we owe a huge thanks to all of you for making all these dreams and adventures possible! If you are interested in sponsoring a dog this year, please follow these steps:... read more ? Older Entries MEET BRENT SASS Brent is the “attitude is everything” inspiration, fireball of energy and determination, remarkable man of character, and intrepid leader of Wild and Free. Mushing is Brent’s life and he lives for his dogs and the opportunity to be on the trail exploring Alaska with his four-legged companions. Never satisfied, Brent and Wild and Free Mushing are in the midst of an exciting time with the goal of moving farther and faster down the trail. READ BRENT'S STORY Wild and Free on Facebook Wild and Free Mushing 2 months ago There's nothing easy about hitting that help button on the tracker. Turns out I know that feeling more than most. We learned from our mistakes in previous races and set up a schedule that included more rest and shorter runs than any race we'd done in recent memory. Everything went as planned and we had banked tons of extra rest. Traveling up that damned Birch Creek, one of my rookie dogs, 3 year old Healy fell over on his side in mid stride without any signs or warnings. After wrapping him in my sleeping bag and loading him up, I decided I wouldn't take my planned rest just up ahead, but instead would carry him straight to Central to get him to a vet. He was alert and stable. Twenty minutes later, his brother Caputo did exactly the same thing. I stopped the team and decided to camp there. After three hours of monitoring the brothers and looking after the others, I decided to carry them to Central. 140 pounds of dog in the bag wasn't doing it. We'd have made it, but I wanted the brothers checked out sooner than I could get them there. I hit the button. The Quest interpreted the situation perfectly and I was so relieved to see Head Vet Nina Hansen appear on a snow machine with the head trail breaker, Mike Reitz. Nina checked the dogs over, confirmed they were stable, and then carried them back to the checkpoint. I've always believed that if you hit the button, your race is over. The Quest Race Marshal felt that the hurried attention to the dogs warranted hitting the button and urged me to run the dogs to Central so they could consider other penalty options to possibly keep us in the race. I appreciate that they were willing to consider an option that could keep a team in the race, but I couldn't accept it. I was too shook up. Everyone who follows my kennel knows that Healy and Caputo's father, a Golden Harness winner, died suddenly and unexpectedly not too long ago. I often carry Basin's collar on my sled, he's tattooed to my chest, and his name tag is sewn to the hood of my jacket. When I saw his boys crash like that, I feared the worst. I'm thankful that they're happy and healthy today! I don't know what to think about what looks like some sort of genetic issue and the future careers of these boys and their siblings. We have a lot to figure out and I've already been in touch with some very smart vet med folks to start that process. Sorry to everyone that we didn't get to race this one to the finish. It was shaping up to be a true classic. Best of luck to everyone still on the trail. Until next time, be Wild and Free. ... See MoreSee Less View on Facebook ·Share Likes: 25+ Shares: 509 Comments: 20+ Johnny Allison, Liliana Uribe and 23 others like this View previous comments Sarah RobinsonI believe xxx2 months ago · 2 Jamie Heather McgeeGlad you and the dogs are safe. Better luck on the Iditarod!2 months ago · 2 Yvonne Jacobsen CzarniakYou are doing what's best for you and the team. Good luck with your findings. <32 months ago · 3 Joanne BaileyOMG. So thankful to hear your story. Thanks for updating us all personally. Always Wild and Free with just another reason to BElieve. All the best to you and those amazing dogs.2 months ago · 4 Allisha LynnBrent Sass never be apologetic to doing what is right!!!!!!! Love ya bud! We all do!!! ??2 months ago · 4 Pascale BurnetWild and Free FOR EVER! happy the boys are ok and hope you can find out what is going on. I am a very proud Wild and Free Mushing fan ?? Cheerrioooo!2 months ago · 5 Monica Sears??????2 months ago Michelle DonerI feel you did the right thing. Your babies are your life. No reason to jeopardize them, the team or yourself worrying about them. We know you will be back. Wild and Free2 months ago Neish Fuller-RadgoskyI Believe.2 months ago Sasha St JohnI always love following your races, Brent!2 months ago Debbie Kanya WallenGood man scruples ?2 months ago · 1 Tupp BeckerBrent, people don't love you and follow you because you win races, that's a bonus when it happens, people love you and follow you because of your character.2 months ago · 19 Lisa McGeeSo sad to hear the circumstances that you were under when you had to push the help button. Much respect to you for looking out for the well being of your dogs and putting them first.2 months ago · 2 Lisa BroseYou're an amazing...

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