Dewey holds third annual Chihuahua races

Large crowd watches defending champions repeat
Last year's champion Chloe struts her stuff before the races begin. She defended her title running the 40-yard sprint in less than three seconds. BY CHRIS FLOOD
May 10, 2014

More than 100 people attend the third annual Chihuahua and small dog races May 3 at the Dewey Beach Life Saving Station. The fastest Chihuahua received a $100 prize, and the winner in the I-Wish-I-Was-a-Chihuahua-Race (dogs less than 20 pounds) received $50. The races were held during Dewey Beach’s third annual Cinco de Mayo family celebration. All net proceeds for the weekend events will be donated to the Dewey Beach Patrol.

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