Day six of the 18th annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race is history now and once again, Aaron Peck from Grand Prairie, Alberta Canada posted the fastest time, averaging 11.5 miles per hour with ten dogs this time. The 28-mile race followed a trail out of Big Piney. Peck continues to close the gap on overall leader Blane “Bud” Streeper from Fort Nelson, British Columbia who again finished in second place behind Peck. Streeper’s overall time is 17-hours, 33 minutes and 57 seconds. Peck has now totaled 17 hours, 35 minutes and 50 seconds. Lars Lindh from Kiruna, Sweden continues to follow in third place with 17 hours, 52 minutes and six seconds. The day concluded for the mushers with a reception and banquet in Kemmerer and today the teams race from just outside Kemmerer to Mountain View and Evanston.