Husky Dogs and Horses at the Track
This is another unique WooFDriver outing. This is one of the many farms the WooFPAK runs to keep in shape and have fun.
This time, a couple Belgian horses wanted to play. On this track, The WooFDriver uses a recumbent bicycle-like dogcart with special tires to negotiate the sand of the track. The track is actually a professional 5/8-mile horse-training track that the WooFDriver has arranged to use for training purposes. The race between the WooFPAK and the Belgian Horses was purely for fun; The WooFDriver does not actually race his team.
All the activities he does are strictly for physical health and physiological well being of his dogs. His most important concern is his dogs. And kicking the horse’s butts in the race ☺ Watch and see!
Please enjoy this original WooFTunes music tune written by the WooFDriver and performed by the WooFPlay Band, with Romany Saylor on lead vocals. To find out more about the WooFDriver, please go to www.woofdriver.com, thanks for your interest!
Dogs have been Bill “WooFDRiver” Helman’s family for the past twenty years. With the exception of a pint-sized Chinese Crested, all of his dogs have always been huskies.
The husky’s closest ancestor is the wolf, and Huskies have many wolf-like traits. It was his fascination for the wolf that lured him in. Bill learned quickly, however, that husky dogs are not, in fact, as domesticated as he had believed. They are very physical and challenging dogs, and their sense of independence and wild instincts reverberate all through their actions.
Bill has put countless hours into designing a life that will accommodate this wild wolf-like breed. He feels it is his job is to calm their insatiable appetite by finding ways to appeal to their instincts. He has developed his own dog training system and became an urban musher and dog adventurer to satisfy their need for exercise.
Bill’s dogs have inspired him to venture into the great outdoors. As a result, he’s also ventured into a life that has almost everything to do with dogs. He has many projects documenting all their adventures.
He uses equipment that is almost all modified, customized, or built especially for what he does. It’s all self-financed and was crafted with the collaboration of many capable friends and experts who are as passionate about dogs as Bill.
Over the years as a husky tamer, he has come to be called the WooFDriver. He is passionate about what he does, and he hopes others will get inspired to start their own dog adventuring lifestyle as well.