Foxy's Tale - Pictures

Two of my favorite sled dogs, this is Foxy.


And I can't forget Balto in Central Park in New York City.


I recently visited Cleveland and had to stop by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History where the real Balto is on display.  When Balto died in 1933, his body was mounted and is now housed at Museum. Balto's mount remains a part of the Museum's permanent collections, carefully protected and cared for by Museum curators.


Kelly and Dad at a Penn State football game in 2007


The day Foxy and Kelly were disqualified. Little did we know when the picture was taken. We all were so happy.


Did Foxy ride in the front seat of the truck? Yes she did.

front seat

Kelly's first sponsor was Radio Station KFQD and KWHL. Thanks to our good friend Carter B. This picture of Kelly and Foxy was taken at the North American Sled Dog Race in Fairbanks, Alaska.


KFQD even brought their large radio to the sled dog races to cover the junior sled dog races.

Kelly was once a guest on KFQD's Marcus in the Morning Radio show. The two of them discussed the upcoming Junior sled dog race.

When Kelly was older, she raced twice in the Arctic Winter Games in Canada. This picture was taken in 1990, in Yellowknife, NWT, Canada.


Kelly received two silver medals at the Arctic Winters Games in 1990. In 1992 she received a gold medal in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. Here is the silver medal presentation. in 1990.


Here is a picture of Kelly racing with her four dog team in 1992, in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada in 1992.

When the Arctic Winter Games published their history book, Kelly and her sled dog team made the cover of the book.

In 1993, Sports Illustrated for Kids came to Alaska to cover the Junior World Championship Sled Dog Race. In the January 1994 edition, Kelly and her five dog team had a full page picture in the magazine. Here is the cover of the magazine.


Here is the full page picture of Kelly and her five dog team.


Many students ask about the ribbons and trophies that Kelly and Foxy won. Here is a picture of just a few of the ribbons they received.

Here are some of the trophies. For a complete list of Kelly's sled dog racing history, click here.

Ed even raced the sled dogs in the summer in Fairbanks, Alaska. Twice around a football field and it was so much fun. The dogs loved it as much as Ed did.


Here is a short video of the summer racing.

Here is a picture of Foxy's mom Rosie.


Foxy looked a lot like her mother, only smaller.


Kelly and Foxy were great friends. We all miss Foxy very much, but we have her story to share with everyone.

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