2020 UP200 Mushers

1. Andre Longchamps, Pont-Rouge, Quebec

Kennel Name: Trilongmiles Kennel
Sponsors: None
Major Breed or Bloodline: Aubut / Longchamps
Lead Dog(s): Herbie, Levis
Number of Years Racing: 20
How or why did you get involved in Sled Dog Racing? It’s a family thing! My grand-father and my father were mushers and I grew up in the mushing lifestyle.
Where have you raced? Can-am 250 Maine many times!!! UP 200, many times. Taiga200, won twice. Greenville 70-100, won also.
Have a training or race experience to share? Not really. I love to train my dogs, feed them and love everything around mushing.


2. Tristan Longchamps, Pont-Rouge, Quebec

Kennel Name: Trilongmiles Kennel
Sponsors: None
Major Breed or Bloodline: Aubut / Longchamps
Lead Dog(s): Rosie, Mousse
Number of Years Racing: 3
How or why did you get involved in Sled Dog Racing? I am the 4th generation of musher in my family. I grow up in a musher lifestyle where all is about dogs. My parents are both mushers and they give me the opportunity to start to race. This winter will be my first real challenging one starting with the up200! It will be interesting to race with my father and have my mother as a handler.
Where have you raced? Eagle lake 100, Can-am 100
Have a training or race experience to share? At my first 100 miles race last year! I was so excited … I only focus on my team and make a great race. Was so proud to finish in top 3 I totally forget to wear my hat correctly… I end up with a nice ear frostbite!


3. Ryan Redington, Skagway, Alaska

Kennel Name: Callin’ Trail Kennel
Sponsors: Redpaw Dog Food, Alaska X, Dogbooties.com, Advanced Facilities Services, Juliet Foulds Walter’s and family, Spike Fortier, Mary Lee, the Rossi and Morrow families, Ryan Air
Major Breed or Bloodline: Redington and Aili
Lead Dog(s): Archer, Ghost, Simba, and Greg
Number of Years Racing: 30+
How or why did you get involved in Sled Dog Racing? Born into the sport of mushing. My Grandpa is Joe Redington Sr, the found of the Iditarod. My Dad is hall of fame musher Raymie Redington.
Where have you raced? Iditarod, Wyoming Stage Stop, Beargrease, UP 200, Goose Bay 150, Northern Lights 300, Copper Basin 30p, Klondike 300,and many others
Have a training or race experience to share? I love racing dogs and look forward to racing in the UP 200.


4. Erin Redington, Skagway, Alaska

Kennel Name: Callin’ Trail Kennel
Sponsors: Redpaw Dog Food, Alaska X, Dogbooties.com, Advanced Facilities Services, Juliet Foulds Walter’s and family, Spike Fortier, Mary Lee, the Rossi and Morrow families, Ryan Air
Major Breed or Bloodline: Redington and Aili
Lead Dog(s): Nico, Splint, Durant, and Rory
Number of Years Racing: 15+
How or why did you get involved in Sled Dog Racing? Grew up in Northern Minnesota and dog sledding is a great way to spend the winter.
Where have you raced? Have raced in the Midwest, Wyoming/Montana, and Alaska.
Have a training or race experience to share? Being out with the dogs is always an adventure and nothing ever happens the same way twice!