Short Sequence Plus Challenge (Set 1 – December 2019) – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Short Sequence Plus Challenge (Set 1 – December 2019)

Dec 2019

Short Sequence Exercises

Exercises

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These exercises are based on #17 – #20 of this EO Tryouts Course. (Option times listed below are from exit of the tunnel to the last jump)

Exercise 1: Slice, Slice, End Dog on Right (4.86 seconds)

Exercise 2: Slice, Slice, End Dog on Left (4.91 seconds)

Exercise 3: Slice, Wrap, End Dog on Left (4.91 seconds)

Exercise 4: Slice, Wrap, End Dog on Right (4.99 seconds)

Exercise 5: Slice, Wrap, End Dog on Left with Jaakko (4.99 seconds)

Exercise 6: Slice, Wrap, End Dog on Left with Threadle Rear (5.09 seconds)

Exercise 7: Wrap, Wrap (5.56 seconds)

Exercise 8: Wrap, Slice (4.83 seconds)

Challenge

Challenge

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Demonstration and Analysis

  • Cchick says:

    I had to set this up as a mirror image….my head doesn’t work that way, so it took a while to figure out. I was able to flip the course map using PSExpress, but the numbers got flipped, too, so reading them, was interesting. But this was a fun sequence, and it was valuable to me to try all those different options. https://youtu.be/EH3aetORdj8

  • Collene says:

    On the challenge, jump 5-6: I can never decide if this situation needs the verbal “BACK” cue. It seems you don’t in this repetition. Which makes sense from the dog’s viewpoint. But I am struggling a bit on getting that idea to sink in. Any helpful compare and contrast situations to help me out?

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      honestly, I get that wrong all the time. If it looks like a back from MY perspective, I usually say back, but I am trying to be more conscious. But verbals just support my handling, so it doesn’t have much of an effect.

      I usually end up using back in those situations when I’m kindof running on muscle memory. It FEELS like a back. When I THINK about it, I remember to use “over” instead.

      I think the proper thing is to give the command based on the dog’s point of view. If it’s ambiguous (they’re headed for the wing) use “back”. If they are headed to the correct side already, use “over”.

  • Susanne says:

    Here is our attempt at the December small space. We just did a few of the variations- enough to see I still can’t do a proper front cross. And we did the challenge sequence. Thank you.
    https://youtu.be/HS820ooyMXw


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