Solo Flite

Joe Redington scooped the trembling puppy into his arms. It seemed strange to him to find such a fine animal wandering alone in the woods along the Iditarod trail. Joe gave the pup, Solo, a home until the two were separated after a plane crash. Harry Conroy found Solo and took him back to Fairbanks to his kennel, where Solo discovered his passion for sled dog racing. This passion would lead him to his destiny 1000 miles across wild Alaska. In the time it would take Solo to run in his first Iditarod, he would not only face his ultimate challenge, but also become a legend.