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Nic Petit Presented Iditarod Award

P.M. Fadden / Glacier City Gazette Tyler Schmitt, owner of popular food truck Oso Loco and Manager for Team Petit, stands beside Iditarod musher Nic Petit during presentation of Lake Front Hotel’s First Musher to the Yukon award Saturday, June 23 at Girdwood Brewing Company. The honor, Petit’s second in two years, includes $3,500 and a five-course meal, which the Girdwood local chose to share with race veterinarians. Petit overcame an initial 46th place start and 90-minute deficit, to claim the award. “It’s easy when you’ve got the best dogs in the world,” Petit said.

Nic Petit Presented Iditarod Award

P.M. Fadden / Glacier City Gazette Tyler Schmitt, owner of popular food truck Oso Loco and Manager for Team Petit, stands beside Iditarod musher Nic Petit during presentation of Lake Front Hotel’s First Musher to the Yukon award Saturday, June 23 at Girdwood Brewing Company. The honor, Petit’s second in two years, includes $3,500 and a five-course meal, which the Girdwood local chose to share with race veterinarians. Petit overcame an initial 46th place start and 90-minute deficit, to claim the award. “It’s easy when you’ve got the best dogs in the world,” Petit said.

P.M. Fadden / Glacier City Gazette
Tyler Schmitt, owner of popular food truck Oso Loco and Manager for Team Petit, stands beside Iditarod musher Nic Petit during presentation of Lake Front Hotel’s First Musher to the Yukon award Saturday, June 23 at Girdwood Brewing Company.
The honor, Petit’s second in two years, includes $3,500 and a five-course meal, which the Girdwood local chose to share with race veterinarians.
Petit overcame an initial 46th place start and 90-minute deficit, to claim the award. “It’s easy when you’ve got the best dogs in the world,” Petit said.