Wednesday, May 27, 2015

CDCA Trial - Seven

We returned to our favorite venue in South Carolina.  Seven would knock out two Double Qs and finish her MACH3, but we earned only one and on the last day.
It is funny how Seven can go from perfect trial weekends to not-so-perfect trial weekends. I think the older she gets (nearly 7) the faster and more excited she gets.
Here are the best runs from that trial and Double Q #59.

5 comments:

Inspire Greytness said...

Hi from just outside of Seattle, Washington! I just recently found your blog. LOVE the agility work. This is something completely new to me, but I have a greyhound who I rescued from South Korea. She is super active and I think this may be something for us to consider to keep her mind and body active. Thanks for sharing! (I also checked out your newer bandaging post - very very helpful) :)

Janette Ash said...

As always, Jennifer, beautiful runs. It never ceases to amaze me how you get to the correct spot at the correct time to lead the hounds over/onto the next obstacle. Your timing and flow is lovely. I OFTEN struggle with that, I am working very hard on my timing. Thanks so much for sharing your videos, you will never know how much they help and inspire me to continue when I am feeling defeated. (And yes, I realize these are your best runs, but never-the- less they are very helpful) Thanks, J

genji said...

It's great that she's still so excited about agility.

Trina said...

So neat to watch! Even her 'not so perfect days' are great.

Heather (jerZgirl) said...

Very nice runs! Maddie is doing great! I might need to buy some of your speed points for my shorties. ;)