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Nested Challenge Sequence

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  • Collene says:

    Just getting to this now LOL.

    It seemed to me in my setup that turning right at jump 7 rather than left as in the demo gave a better line for the closing. In order to do that, I’d try doing a BC between 6-7 to get dog on left, then doing a J-turn/reverse spin/BC (I know these have different technical meanings, but just trying to give you the idea) at 7 to pull the dog tight around the wing of 7 and then finish dog on left.

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      Interesting thought! It does give a better angle, however, it is a worse turn to 8 AND a longer distance to 9, so I would expect it to be the slower path. We always evaluate choices based on those three things (the line after the jump, the easier jumping effort FOR the jump, and the distance after the jump). When the choice is 2-1 it’s usually pretty obviously faster in favor of the “2”. When one of those things is a tie, then it gets trickier to determine, but usually the difference is also quite small.

  • jpintar says:

    Here’s our nested challenge. Different angle here because of the sun. Thank you!

  • Kayla Swanberg says:

    Had just a few minutes to play this morning so we ran each exercise once so it was more like a trial vs running each exercise a few times tweaking things. I sent them into the tunnel to start off with some speed to increase the challenge.

    Looking forward to your feedback, I was definitely late on some of the blind crosses but they both saved me by catching it. Thanks!

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