Best dogs crowned at AKC Fast CAT Invitational – American Kennel Club
The 2021 AKC Fast CAT Invitational took place December 15-17, 2021 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the AKC National Championship presented by Royal Canin. The fastest dogs of each breed, based on AKC Fast Running Aptitude Test (Fast CAT) rankings, have been invited to participate in the second annual AKC Fast CAT Invitational.
All the dogs ran once per day and competed in two divisions, Pure Speed and Speed of the Breed. The 10 fastest dogs by size class in the Pure Speed division were recognized based on their running speed. The top 10 dogs that ran the fastest above their breed’s average speed were recognized in the Speed of the Breed division. The number one dog in each division has been declared the 2021 Pure Sprint Champion and the 2021 Breed Sprint Champion.
Some 250 of the best Fast CAT dogs from across the country and made up of 154 individual breeds, including mixed breeds, have come together to compete for a chance to be named the Pure Sprint Champion and / or the Breed Sprint Champion. .
Pure speed division:
Height class 2: Cleopatra Queen Of The Fox RN NA NAJ FCAT, an all-American dog known as “Gidget” owned by Yvonne and Ken Smith.
Height class 1.5: Missjiff.Gif NFP CA FCAT4 ACT2 ACT2J FM TKN, an all American dog known as “Gif” owned by Maureen Setter.
Height class 1: Momentary Lapse of Reason by Wildtuck BCAT DE, a Whippet known as “Reas” owned by Lindsay Gluth and Matthew Manetti.
Breed Speed Division: CH Windamirs Ottoman Emperor RN FCAT3 SWN SIA RATN CGCA TKI ATT, a German Pinscher known as “Otto”, owned by Meredith Krause.