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    Sled dogs in the Greenville Wilderness Race - Photo by Kevin Bennett | of | Share this photo

    A team of Alaskan huskies leads musher David Boyer of Quebec out on the course at the Wilderness Sled Dog race in Greenville. At 70 miles, it is one of the longest races in New England.

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    Dog handler Lucy Fautrat of Fermont, Quebec, comforts Manic, an Alaskan husky on first-time racer Yann Shaw’s team.

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    Sally Manikian of Shelburne, N.H., steers her sled behind her team of huskies. The Greenville race was held Feb. 4.

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    David Barrett of Dorchester, N.H., gets a kiss from lead dog Gage as he readies Becki Tucker’s team.

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    One of Gilles Harnois’ Siberian huskies peers from his box atop a pickup truck as the musher from Quebec gets his team ready for the Wilderness Sled Dog Race.

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    Martin Massicotte, right, of Saint-Tite, Quebec, is handed a bootie by his son Etienne as the duo prepares their dogs for the race. The Greenville event has been held for 10 years with teams coming from Canada and around New England and offers two races with distances of 30 and 70 miles.

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    Lead dog Amick howls as he awaits the start as part of Martin Massicotte's team.

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    Marie-Josée Dulong holds lead dogs Amick, right, and his son Lars in the starting gate.

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