Please note that below, only the top 40 dogs in the tournament are summarized.

4″ Division

The 4″ division winner and TDAA National Agility Championship (TNAC) is Hank, a Yorkshire Terrier handled by Donni Breaden. Hank’s final tournament score was 651 points.

2d Place Fancy, a Toy Fox Terrier handled by Jan Kentfield; scoring 621 points.

3d Place Charlie B, a Maltese handled by Gloria Case; scoring 526 points.

8″ Division

The 8″ jump height was the division with the largest and was, without question, the most competitive division at the 2014 Western Petit Prix.

The 8″ division winner and TDAA National Agility Championship (TNAC) is Bentley, a Toy Fox Terrier, handled by Chris Eberhardt. Bentley’s final tournament score was 822 points.

2d Place Uintah, a Chihuahua handled by Melissa Wallace; scoring 758 points.

3d Place Scotty, a Papillon handled by Mike McCoy; scoring 757 points.

4th Place Fiona, a Chihuahua handled by Donette Belknap; scoring 718 points.

5th Place Sophia, a Toy Fox Terrier handled by Cheryl Fiscelli; scoring 711 points.

6th Place Rizzi, a Toy Poodle handled by Melinda Doerfler; scoring 708 points.

7th Place Seren, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi handled by Donette Belknap; scoring 698 points.

8th Place Darlin’, a Papillon handled by JoAnn McCoy; scoring 666 points.

9th Place Sparkle, a Yorkshire Terrier; scoring 652 points.

10th Place Ponzie, a Toy Poodle handed by Sandie Johnson; scoring 652 points.

The following dogs in the 8″ division scored in the top 40 of the tournament but did not place:

Chiquita, a Miniature Poodle handled by Mary Vigil; scoring 649 points.

Putnam, a Cardigan Welsh Corgi handled by Ellen Harper; scoring 617 points.

Satori, a Japanese Chin handled by Rosemary Strasser; scoring 588 points.

Buddy Lee, a Papillon handled by Mike McCoy; scoring 562 points.

Coyote, a Toy Poodle handled by Ruth Ann Stewart; scoring 560 points.

Beamish, a West Highland White Terrier handled by Carol Hoekstra; scoring 557 points.

Merlin, a Papillon handled by Kristi Gates; scoring 545 points.

Hazard, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Bud Houston; scoring 544 points.

Lexi, a Dachshund handled by Ragni Jantzen; scoring 539 points.

Hannah, a Maltese handled by Dee Yates; scoring 537 points.

Dewey, a Toy Fox Terrier handled by Ramona Bajorek; scoring 529 points.

Kerby, a Toy Poodle handled by Melinda Doerfler; scoring 526 points.

Casey, a Papillon handled by Peggy Wickham; scoring 526 points.

12″ Division

The 12″ division winner and TDAA National Agility Championship (TNAC2) is Lex, a Parson Russell Terrier, handled by Dawn Pribyl. Lex’s final tournament score was 826 points.

2d Place Joy, a Schipperke handled by Kathy Swan; scoring 775 points.

3d Place Sookie, a Welsh Terrier handed by Janice Bowden; scoring 750 points.

4th Place Flirt, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Paula Higgins; scoring 736 points.

5th Place Sassy, a Schipperke handled by Kathy Swan; scoring 721 points.

6th Place Herbie, a Welsh Terrier handled by Janice Bowden; scoring 700 points.

7th Place Tira, an Icelandic Sheepdog handled by Donette Belknap; scoring 586 points.

8th Place Chex, an All American handled by Beth Moline; scoring 583 points.

9th Place Jart, an All American handled by Trisha Stall; scoring 572 points.

10th Place London, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Jane Guidinger; scoring 565 points.

The following dog in the 8″ division scored in the top 40 of the tournament but did not place:

Captain, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Jane Guidinger scoring 558 points.

16″ Division

The 16″ division winner and TDAA National Agility Championship (TNAC) is Jesse, an All American, handled by Jessica Cook. Jesse’s final tournament score was 828 points and was the high scoring dog at the 2014 Western Petit Prix.

2d Place Poco, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Cyndi Dionigi-Huffman; scoring 613 points.

3d Place Luna, an All American handled by Sue Lloyd; scoring 600 points.

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