Posted Date: December 16, 2014
Jacquelyn Taylor passed away on December 10.
The agility world lost one of its early supporters on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. Jacquelyn Taylor was one of the handful of competitors in 1989 and 1990 that would fly to every USDAA agility event back when there were only a few of them, spread around the country. She was a USDAA judge and successful competitor with her Papillon, Camille. She later became known for competing with her well-rounded Standard Poodles, earning conformation and field championships as well as agility and obedience titles.
In this clip from the July/August/September 1989 issue of the USDAA Dog Agility Report, Jacquelyn is shown attending the second annual Pedigree Grand Prix of Dog Agility with Camille.
In this clip from the March/April 1992 issue of the USDAA Dog Agility Report, Jacquelyn and Camille are shown winning the Grand Prix of Dog Agility, with Jacquelyn's dog Frosty coming in second.
USDAA extends heartfelt sympathy to Jacqueline's family and friends for their loss.