Skijoring: a kamikaze winter spectator sport, in which a unique relationship is formed between skiers and equestrains while rocketing throuh a veritable obstacle course. Skiers in tow commonly reach speeds of up to 45 MPH, while racing for fastest times. This years buckwild skijoring action gathered on Silvertons notorious Blair Street last weekend under currelean skies and spring-like weather. Heres a look:

Josh Arnold hits top speeds off the last jump of the race
course. Where the Wild West meets modern extreme sports Skier Dale Womack pleases the crowd with expert-level skijoring
skill. Cowgirl Ems Rapp and her horse, Champ, barrel down the final leg
of the course pulling a skier. Horses and riders take a casual warm-up down Silvertons Blair
Street before the race.


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