The 2nd Annual Corgi Nationals at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif. The park, which normally hosts horse racing, began the event for corgis in 2018. Widget looks up at his owner Scott Tripp.
Corgis are escorted by their owners onto the track for the semifinals and finals.
Participants and winners of each heat are marked on a clipboard.
Corgis race in the semifinals on the track at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, CA., on Sunday, May 26, 2019. (Photo by Jenna Schoenefeld/Special to The Christian Science Monitor)
Corgis race toward the finish line in the semifinals on the track at Santa Anita Park.
Chris and Cece Monk praise their corgi Luna after Luna finished a race.
Bradley Taylor puts a matching jersey on his corgi Emmet.
Corgis race toward their owner after the gate is raised.
Corgis cross the finish line in the final race of the 2nd Annual Corgi Nationals at Santa Anita Park.
Shortstack Wigglebutt rests on the ground with Tiffany Vensen, of Porterville, Calif., in between races.
Cece Monk reacts after seeing that her dog Luna didn't make it to the final round.
An announcer gets licked by a corgi after the finals of the 2nd Annual Corgi Nationals at Santa Anita Park.