Sunset Ridge Dryland

November 21th and 22th, 2020


(No Race Day Registrations)


Driver's Meeting 8AM
6 dog rig – 9AM
1 dog Scooter – 10AM
2 dog Bike 11AM
4 Dog Rig – 12PM
1 dog Bike 1PM
2 dog Scooter 2PM


Driver's Meeting 8AM
Canicross 9AM
6 dog rig 9:45AM
1 dog scooter 10:30AM
2 dog bike  11:15 AM
4 dog rig  12:00PM
1 dog bike 12:45 PM
2 dog Scooter 1:30
Awards to follow last class.

Scheduled start times are approximate and subject to change.

Entries due by Thursday before the race, to register click here


771 Cumberland St.
Westbrook, ME US 04092

This is a dry land event.

Planning on similar format as last year.
Mileage is the same for all classes, just under 3 miles. For insurance purposes, everyone racing must have an active club membership
Elite & novice classes:
1 & 2 dog bike (Sat + Sun)
1 & 2 dog scooter (Sat + Sun)
4 and 6 dog rig (Sat + Sun)
Canicross (Sun only)
All classes will be chip timed!
Novice would be appropriate for: folks that are less competitive, newer folks, younger / newer teams, trying out a new configuration, etc. If you are unsure which class to sign up for, feel free to message us about your situation and we'll help advise you
New / first timers are VERY welcome!!

It is the primary goal of the Down East Sled Dog Club to host a safe event for all participants, support crews, and spectators. With this in mind, there are several steps that everyone in attendance must take, in order to maintain the safety of others. The threat of COVID-19 is real, and we are currently in a nationwide pandemic. The following are guidelines that must be followed while on the property of Sunset Ridge Golf Links and in attendance of the race:

All persons must wear a face covering when social distancing is not available.

Social distancing is defined as being 6 or more feet from the nearest person.

Face coverings will be required any time you leave the area around your vehicle set up.

This is defined as further than 6 feet in any direction beyond your vehicle.

Face coverings will be required for all handlers, spectators, and officials in the start and finishing chutes.

Mushers who are actively racing are not required to wear a mask, however it is recommended for the start and finishing chutes.

If you are feeling sick, have come in contact with someone who has been sick, or are unable to wear a mask due to health issues; we ask that you please stay home!

Refusal to abide by the COVID-19 guidelines by mushers or their support crews, will be considered unsportsmanlike conduct and may result in disqualification.

Please refer to the Maine State guidelines for further information and instructions.