Posted Date: September 20, 2005
Mexico event draws good crowd at World Trade Center event.
Mexico's Grand Prix Regional Championships were held Sunday, September 18 at an exposition at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. A sizable crowd lined the ring as finalists vied for top honors. The course, set in a smaller than usual space, drew multiple eliminations, the result of less than precise execution at key points in the course. Nonetheless, several made it through to the cheers of the standing room only crowd. Standard course time for large dogs was 42 seconds on the 147 yard course and was 45 seconds for the 16" class on the course measuring 143 yards.
1st - Guillermo Saenz of Toluca and his border collie Meggy with a score of 1.86 faults.
1st - Guillermo Saenz of Toluca and his border collie Sprint with a score of zero faults, and a time of 36.47 seconds
1st - Pilar Chavez of Aguascalientes and her Shetland Sheepdog Gigo with a score of zero faults and a time of 37.83 seconds
2nd - Fernando Bautista of Chiluca and his Miniature Schnauzer Phantom with a score of zero faults and a time of 42.32 seconds
12" Class - All eliminated
Congratulations to all qualifiers and winners!