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Exercise with Options

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  • Hsidmore says:

    I haven’t been able to do anything for awhile. I was really surprised to see the rear to be the quicker way in the end because, I thought by having to do the bypass that the turn would be wide and affect the time….so I guess it comes down to how good you are at queuing that bypass. I can’t wait to try it!

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      Let me know how it goes! And don’t fear rears!

      • Hsidmore says:

        Here it is! He took the wrong course once but once I was clear with my verbal, he was good. I actually loved the front but I had to haul to get there and when I looked at the video the front and rear gave me the same turn, I think.

        When I tried the “Easy way”, he went right instead of left. I looked at the video and I thought I had enough should turn to indicate the direction…but I will wait to see what you say. Eventually he got it.

        I did not do the blind move because he does not know those things. We are pretty much a front/rear handler/dog right now. I am trying to add blinds into our tool box but nothing more fancy than that lol.

  • gwelch541@gmail.com says:

    It was very useful to have you show the rear cross where you put pressure on the line to early. I didn’t occur to me I was doing this. I now realize the dog was reading my rear crosses correctly. I was thinking she didn’t understand them.

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      I’m so glad that helped illustrated the problem! Pressure too early can cause a push away, pressure too late can cause a wide turn or spin on landing.

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