UK Siberian Husky racing


twenty-two seasons: and so it continues...


The British Siberian Husky Racing Association was formed by a group of Britain’s leading Sled Dog Drivers following the dissolution of BSDRA (British Sleddog Racing Association) at the end of the 1995/1996 race season. Now in it’s 22nd season and with 3 of the original organisers still involved, BSHRA’s objective remains unchanged; to provide Siberian Husky owners with a credible British siberian husky racing championship.

We enjoy the benefit of a professional quality TAG Heuer timing system which measures competitors to 1/1000th of a second and utilise only premier race sites which are ultimately very kind to the dogs. These incorporate a wide variety of terrain and surface.

©Roger Bellamy / BSHRA

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    By srooke | 9th March 2016

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