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The second day of the Petit Prix featured four events: Three games and a single Standard run. Below you will find a link to the results for each of these events, followed by the combined results which show the total points accumulated by each dog.

Gamblers

The top scoring dog in the Gamblers class was Nikki, a Jack Russell Terrier handled by Cindy Ponyah. Nikki scored 81 points in a time of 44.70 seconds!

Beat the Clock

The top scoring dog in the Beat the Clock class was UNeeQ, a Papillon handled by Cookie Nee. UNeeQ scored 13 points (with the cuckoo!) in 37.65 seconds!

Rekoons

The top scoring dog in the Rekoons class was Jasper, a Chinese Crested handled by Susan Eisenson. Jasper scored 56 points in 49.12 seconds!

Standard 3

The top scoring dog in the final Standard class of the 2016 Petit Prix was Annabelle, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel handled by Stephanie Stempfer. Annabelle finished this course with zero faults with an adjusted time of 26.81 seconds!

 

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Friday Results

On the first day of the Petit Prix featured four events: Two standard rounds and two games. Below you will find a link to the results for each of these events.

Standard 1

The first Standard class of the 2016 Petit Prix was won by Nikki, a Jack Russell Terrier handled by Cindy Ponyah. Nikki finished this course with zero faults in an adjusted time of 30.21 seconds!

Full House

The top scoring dog in the Full House class was Cosmo, a Papillon handled by Sue Belebczuk. Cosmo scored 61 points in a time of 38.89 seconds!

Standard 2 ~ fixed link!

The top scoring dog in the second Standard class of the 2016 Petit Prix was won by UNeeQ, a Papillon handled by Cookie Nee. UNeeq finished this course with zero faults in an adjusted time of 18.37 seconds!

The Weakest Link

The top scoring dog in The Weakest Link class was UNeeQ, a Papillon handled by Cookie Nee. UNeeQ scored 186 points in 64.20 seconds!

 

Tournament Friday Results

 

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