These sequences will keep you on your toes while giving you practice about how to get your dog into the correct tunnel entry, running the outsides of tunnels, and distance work. Try pieces of the second one; it’s wild. Enjoy!
Option of three or four reds. Same rules as with USDAA. Try several strategies.
This is essentially a fast-paced Jumpers course that offers you the chance to plan crosses in motion. Try to be aware of when you need to cross and where you need to be to give your dog the clearest guidance. When you run, keep moving!
Exercise 1 is a classic, dreamed up by Monical Percival in the ’90s before crosses were much in use. If you follow the Handler Line, you’ll end up sending your dog ahead over jumps and doing land-side front or blind crosse as you move laterally to send him to the next jump. It’s great practice for perfecting crosses. Btw, you … Read More
Getting a good weave entry and performance in tight, twisty courses takes practice. These two setups offer wraps, tunnel sends, serpentines, threadles, and odd weave entries.