We are pleased to share pictures of our 2017 Petit Prix Champions. Pictures were a teeny bit late getting to us.

Congratulations to the 2017 TDAA Petit Prix Champions! This was an intense competition with ample drama and amazing moments.

4″ Division

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Teresa Kolean and TNAC TACH3 Boondock’s Chocolate Twist on Fire TAM4 TMAG4, call name Flaire. Flaire earned 4″ Champion and High in Trial.

Not pictured in the 4″ Division: Michelle Ivie and Moose, a Chihuahua, 2nd place; Melissa Wallace and Starry, a Chihuahua, 3rd place; and Darrah Ricard and Kiarra, Miniature Dachshund in 4th place.

8″ Division

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Donette Belknap and TNAC TACh3 Fiona TAM6 TMAG10, a Chihuahua and 8″ Champion.

Not pictured in the 4″ Division: Michelle Ivie and Moose, a Chihuahua, 2nd place; Melissa Wallace and Starry, a Chihuahua, 3rd place; and Darrah Ricard and Kiarra, Miniature Dachshund in 4th place.

12″ Division

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Corlane Eacott and TMAC TACh3 Tova TAM5 TMAG7, an All American and 12″ Champion.

Not pictured:  Beth Moline and Chex, an All American (2nd place); Donette Belknap and Tira, an Icelandic Sheepdog (3rd place); Marsha Houston and Cedar, an All American (4th place); Susan Cole and Domino, a Rat Terrier (5th place dog).

16″ Division

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Sandra Law and Furgus, a Shetland Sheepdog (2nd place); Gayle Irani and Nico, an Italian Greyhound 16″ Champion (1st place) and Enzo, an Italian Greyhound also handled by Gayle Irani (3rd place).

Event Results

Course maps and top 20 dogs in each jump height have been reported in the TDAA blog:
2017 TDAA Petit Prix Results

The winner of each event is the top dog in that event, without respect to jump height, and earns special recognition which we call the Haymitch Award. This might also be called the “Flash in the Pan” Award. The winner of a single event might not wind up in the final placement of the TDAA Petit Prix tournament. But recognition is certainly deserved.

Our Haymitch Award winners in 2017 were:

Standard 1: From the 4″ Division, Flaire, a Miniature Dachshund handled by Teresa Kolean.

Puppy Cannon: From the 4″ Division, Flaire, a Miniature Dachshund handled by Teresa Kolean.

Heinz 57: From the 12″ Division, London, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Jane Guidinger.

Time to Beat: From the 12″ Division, Chex, an All American handled by Beth Moline.

FAST: From the 8″ Division, Seren, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, handled by Donette Belknap.

What’s My Line: Chex, an All American handled by Beth Moline.

Standard 2: From the 4″ Division, Flaire, a Miniature Dachshund handled by Teresa Kolean.

Tunnel Vision: From the 8″ Division, Seren, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi handled by Donette Belknap.

Standard 3: From the 4″ Division, Flaire, a Miniature Dachshund handled by Teresa Kolean.

Jumpers: From the 8″ Division, Seren, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, handled by Donette Belknap.

Top 40 Dogs Overall

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