Fast Coursing Ability Tests (FCAT) - Nov 2022

Sat Nov 19th and Sun Nov 20th

Inspections start at 8am, runs start at 9am

 

Pre-Entries must be recieved by 6pm on  Wed Nov 16th.

Entry fee: $25 for per-entry, $35 for day of entry

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What is FastCAT

Sure, you think your dog is fast. But have you ever wondered how fast? Can your dog outrun Usain Bolt, who has been called the fastest runner in the world? They just might: Usain’s fastest time has been clocked at almost 28 mph – yet dogs have been known to reach speeds of 35-45 mph.

Well, you no longer have to wonder how fast your dog can run. Fast CAT® – which stands for Coursing Ability Test – is a timed 100-yard dash where dogs run one at a time, chasing a lure. It’s over before you know it — and it’s nothing short of awe-inspiring to watch your dog run at top speed, ears back, eyes focused, legs strong. And if your dog is really fast, you might earn bragging rights if their name makes onto our list of top 20 fastest dogs by breed! All dogs can participate in Fast CAT, whether purebred or mixed breed.

Trial Eligibility

Fast Coursing Ability Tests are open to all dogs at least 12 months of age on the day of the test that are individually registered with the AKC, recorded in the Foundation Stock Service (FSS) program, individually registered with a foreign or domestic registry organization whose pedigrees are acceptable for AKC registration, dogs granted a Purebred Alternative Listing (PAL) number, dogs with AKC Limited or Conditional Registration, or dogs enrolled in the AKC Canine Partners program. (Go to www.AKC.orgto register your canine companion) Dogs with breed disqualifications and spayed/neutered dogs ARE eligible to enter. A dog may enter only once per test.

Location:

Taylor Residence

950 Cattle Drive

Fernley, NV 89408