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Marvin Sandoval and his trusty burro named Buttercup have spent the last five years taking it to the competition on the World Championship Pack Burro Race circuit. 

The dynamic duo continued that trend in dominating fashion Sunday by covering 28 grueling miles round-trip up Mesquito Pass and back in five hours, 43 minutes and 13 seconds. Read more

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