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5 weeks of feedback + 1 week of a catch up break in between
- appropriate for all dogs with basic foundations
Yay, a new class! BEYOND Foundations class discusses Which line - Which move - And Why.
This class was created for all who finished Foundations, but then found Handling either too difficult - or don't have enough room/obstacles for it. For this class, you only need 1 tunnel and 6 jumps. Actually, even just 4 jumps alone will make it possible to run everything, broken in parts. It fills the gap between mastering Foundations and then transferring all those skills to a real course, choosing the best line for your dog in combination with the best handling move for you.
All the sequences in this class are taken from recent trials - that either I ran or we discussed in Graduates class. I on purpose picked those where there were many possible handling options - both on which move to choose and on which line to choose. We'll try various options on the same set up and you can then time them to see which one is fastest for your dog. We'll try all other options too, just to be ready for any challenge agility course can bring.
You will get a new sequence to run each week, together with a video where I show various options with my dogs and video comparisons in slow motion + analysis of what worked best etc. - and then you can try the same with your dog and post a video. We'll also discuss how to choose best and most efficient line and handling in trials, so you are welcome to send course maps from your trials/training that you want to discuss as well.
Next class will start end of April, so check back beginning of April for registration!Please make sure your are registered and logged in before you proceed to paying with paypal - this will ensure you will get your correct access automatically.
|participant 100 EUR / 110 USD|
|auditor / 2nd dog 70 EUR / 78 usd|
Silvia Trkman is known for bringing every dog, from her first dog on, to the very top of the sport. Her dogs are known for great speed, tight turns, running contacts and long and injury-free careers. Silvia is in agility since 1992 and is
– three time World Champion (and the only one ever to win it with two different dogs)
– European Open winner with 4 different dogs (Lo, La, Bu, Le)
– National Championships podium and World Team member with every dog she’s ever had
– National Champion for 21-times (with 5 different dogs of 3 different breeds)
– World Team member for 18-times (mostly with at least two dogs at the time – sometimes four 🙂 )