1st AKC Fast CAT Invitational
December 8-11, 2020
The FAST CAT is a timed straight race of 100 yards where a dog chases a lure. Dogs are run singularly and earn points based on their handicapped speed. There are no placements. Titles are issued at designated benchmarks. The dog’s time to complete the 100 yard dash is converted into MPH. Dogs earn points based on their handicapped speed. A handicap system is applied to a dog’s MPH to determine the number of points earned. The handicap system is based on the height of the dog at its withers.
Fast CAT is open to all dogs 12 months of age or older that are individually registered/ listed with the AKC registration as purebreds, Foundation Stock Service (FSS) dogs, Purebred Alternative Listing (PAL) dogs and AKC Canine Partner Program.
AKC General COVID-19 Protocols (as of October 8, 2020)
An overview of the protocols that must be followed at all AKC Events taking place at the Orange County Convention Center during the week of December 6-14, 2020.
The AKC is maintaining a “Show & Go” event. Therefore, there will be no seating near the track.
October 13, 2020
Hotel Room Blocks Open on Tuesday October 13th
Fast CAT Invitational Updates:
October 15, 2020
This event will be held outdoors on the grounds of the Orange County Convention Center. The Premium List and Entry Info is now available. All round one invites have been sent.
October 1, 2020
AKC will be hosting a Fast CAT Invitational this December 8-11 beginning with practice runs held on Tuesday and ending with a final championship on Friday. The location will be the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. AKC is proud to give owners the opportunity to showcase their dog’s speed while providing 3 days of fun, excitement and recognition.
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