From foundation to application on course, learn how to appropriately incorporate blind crosses in to your skill set and handling system.
Whether you're looking to economize your handling so you can get around course faster with your dog, or you're looking to save your knees/back/etc., proper footwork and strategy is a must when it comes to executing blind crosses.
Make sure that you're communicating good INFORMATION to your dog - regardless of the type of course you're running!
“Very much enjoyed this class. It gave me a lot of clarification on when and where to use blind crosses and how to execute them effectively. I find myself really considering when and where to use them and picking them when they are the best option, not just because I can do one.”
“I just wanted to thank you for a great course. As a newbie to this handling system I’ve enjoyed the drills and the feedback. Isn’t learning new things and challenging yourself to move beyond your comfort zone great :-) Thanks for keeping access open as I’ll be going back and using these drills and your feedback to continue to broaden my skills and improve my handling and my team work with my dogs. I’ll certainly be playing with the final sequences from week 8 as soon as I get a chance. It’s been really interesting being able to do both the APHS and Blind Cross course simultaneously, they complement each other nicely.”