Another Musher drops from 2018 Iditarod in protest of Trail Committee

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Two days after Dallas Seavey withdrew from the 2018 Iditarod, another musher has dropped out in protest.
MIchigan Musher Laura Neese says she has decided to temporarily step away from the race.
Nature's Kennel, which is where Laura Trains and Raises her dogs, announced the decision on their Facebook Page earlier today.
The release cites how the Iditarod Trail Committee handled the test results and the release of the information for why she will be withdrawing from the race.
Neese says that she will be instead be focusing on preparing for the 2018 Yukon Quest.