Yukon Quest 2005
|Lance Mackey||1||14||9||11 d 00 h 32 m||30'000 $||Golden Harness Award
Rookie of the Year Award
|William Kleedehn||2||14||10||11 d 00 h 40 m||24'000 $||Challenge of the North Award
|Hugh Neff||3||14||8||11 d 91 h 50 m||18'000 $||Dawson City Award|
|David Dalton||4||14||13||11 d 02 h 21 m||12'000 $|
|Jon Little||5||14||10||11 d 03 h 10 m||8'000 $|
|Gerry Willomitzer||6||14||10||11 d 09 h 50 m||6'000 $||Vet's Choice Award|
|Frank Turner||7||14||11||11 d 18 h 20 m||5'000 $|
|Ed Hopkins||8||14||7||11 d 19 h 25 m||4'200 $||Sportsmanship Award|
|Sebastian Schnuelle||9||14||12||11 d 20 h 20 m||3'700 $|
|John Schandelmeier||10||14||8||11 d 21 h 09 m||3'300 $|
|Peter Ledwidge||11||14||9||11 d 22 h 36 m||2'900 $|
|Blake Freking||12||14||8||12 d 05 h 03 m||2'500 $||Red Lantern Award|
Golden Harness Award: Custom-made harnesses (donated by Tanzilla Harness Supply) and steaks (donated by High Country Inn) were given to the winning team's lead dogs, in honour of their loyalty, endurance and perseverance throughout the race.
Dawson City Award: 4 oz. of Klondike placer gold (donated by Wendy & Joe Fellers, of Dawson City) was presented to the first musher to arrive in Dawson City, who went on to become an official finisher. The Dawson Award commemorates "getting to the Klondike and completing the journey home".
Rookie of the Year Award: A fur hat presented to the highest placing rookie musher. A "rookie" is defined as any musher in the race who has not reached Dawson City in a previous Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race.
Kiwanis Award: A plaque presented to the first musher to cross the International Border between the United States and Canada, who becomes an official finisher. This award commemorates the International bond and co-operation between residents of the North.
Challenge of the North Award: Crystal Artwork (Crafted by Craig Cheledinas) presented to the musher who most exemplifies the "Spirit of the Yukon Quest", as selected by the Race Officials.
Sportsmanship Award: $500.00 and an Apocalypse Design, beaver-fur lined, musher's-style hat (donated by Williams Alaska Petroleum). Presented to the musher who demonstrates outstanding sportsmanship along the trail, as selected by their fellow mushers.
Vet's Choice Award: A burl bowl etched with a musher and dog "face-to-face". Chosen by the Trail Veterinarian Team and presented to the musher who best demonstrates outstanding dog care during the entire race.
Red Lantern Award: An authentic railway red lantern (donated by White Pass & Yukon Route) presented to the last official finisher in the race. The Red Lantern commemorates the tradition of "keeping a light on" for all mushers still out on the trail.