Petit falls out of top spot late into 2019 Iditarod

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - For the second year in a row Nicolas Petit has lost a huge lead in the Iditarod, as bad luck hit him at the wrong time.
Last year it was getting lost that cost him, this time around it was his dogs bickering at each other that caused to lose his lead.​
Let's take a look at the Top 5:
In first is Peter Kaiser who is out of the Koyuk Checkpoint.​
The next two mushers are also out of Koyuk, with Joar Leifseth Ulsom holding second and in third it is Jessie Royer.​
Nicolas Petit is out of the Shaktoolik Checkpoint for fourth, and in fifth we have Mitch Seavey.​