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Surgut of Markovo



Surgut of Markovo was born 7 January 1974, sired by Shango of Seppala out of Lyl of Sepsequel and bred by J. Jeffrey Bragg at Brush Farm I on Highway #5 near Clavet on the outskirts of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He was sold as a young dog to Mrs. Maisie Morrow and Bruce Morrow of Parksville, British Columbia, along with his littermate, Sly of Markovo.


Surgut of Markovo became one of the most powerful genetic forces of the Seppala Siberian Sleddog breed through his sons Uelen's Beowulf of Sepp-Alta and Uelen's Baron of Sepp-Alta and his daughter Uelen's Ali, all of whom figured very heavily in the breeding of Douglas W. Willett's Sepp-Alta Kennels.
Surgut, call name Sikku, was given by Maisie to Barbara Fisk of Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, as was Uelen's Chance.  Sikku remained there, as a treasured companion and house dog until great old age finally caught up to 'Grandy'.
Sikku was a great ambassador, having a striking appearance with his light saddle and the lovely ears of his dam, a wonderful temperament, and a great attitude to 'work', whether it was running in harness or weight-pull.

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