That's how Lance Mackey of Fairbanks, Alaska, described his team of sled dogs, which took him to victory in the 37th Iditarod earlier today. The win is the third in a row for Mackey and a feat only two other mushers have accomplished. No musher has won four in a row. The Anchorage Daily News reports that of the 15 dogs that finished the race, six had been on his previous winning teams. It took Mackey nine days and 21 hours to complete the 1,131-mile race.