February 17, 2015

A Closer Look: Masters Challenge Jumpers Analysis

Here’s a very interesting Masters Challenge Biathlon Jumpers course from a recent USDAA trial designed by Tammi Stone. In this article, I’m going to take a closer look at the sequence from the #14 tunnel to the #17 jump. Below the map are two videos: the first shows me running the entire course at the trial with Gitchi the golden retriever and the second shows the analysis of that sequence with an alternate handling option demonstrated by Andrew Spencer and his border collie Bacardi. Set up a tunnel and some jumps and give it a try!

Masters Challenge Jumpers 2/15/2015
Masters Challenge Jumpers 2/15/2015
Posted with permission from Tammi Stone

Full Run

Analysis of #14-#17

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