February 16, 2014

Happy Hurdle Course 2/12/14

Any course with multiple 270s provides handlers with numerous handling options. In the course below, Ann Croft has designed one of the most challenging practice sequences I have ever run. For handlers who don’t typically blind cross in these situations, your dog must have a strong understanding of motion, threadles, and rear crosses to be successful. I ran this course 2 ways, both without blind crosses. The option with rear crosses ran slightly slower due to wide turns from jumps #3 to #4 and jumps #14 to #15.

Happy Hurdle Day Course from Ann Croft Agility Coach.
Happy Hurdle Day Course from Ann Croft Agility Coach.


Thank you to Ann Croft for designing and allowing the use of her course for this analysis.

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