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Blind Cross Plus Landing Side Front Cross

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Hi, Daisy, here’s our BC plus landing side FC, again running on a straight line was still very hard whilst concentrating on watching Dizzy and correct timing.

Thank you.


Hi, Daisy, thank you for pointing out my mistake with the FC. Hadn’t you mentioned it earlier, I wouldn’t have realized that I shouldn’t continue to move towards the camera when starting the rotation. This really is a very valuable feedback! Now that you put my nose on it, I can see what I was doing wrong and how that made Dizzy slicing the jump.
I am learning so much here, did I alreday mention that I LOVE this course? ๐Ÿ™‚

Thank you.


hi Daisy. I have been offline for a week or so due to bad weather or just other stuff going on. I am hoping to get back on track this week. In response to this video, I have always thought that I want to send my dog with the same arm/leg that is on the side of the dog. So I would use my right arm and right leg to send my dog around a cone from right to left. A big helper, especially for smaller dogs, is the foot positioning – I really think that most dogs your feet.… Read more ยป


Thank you @Daisy Peel, for another very valuable input! You are really challenging my mind and my physical abilities. I realize, until now I had mainly been focused on running a straight line when doing a fc (at least without my dog) but I had never spend an extra thought on how I moved OUT of it. So just another thing to work on on the tiles in our hallway on cold winter evenings ๐Ÿ˜‰

Tried to watch the video, but the link doesn’t seem to work?

Thank you!


It’s very strange, but vimeo keeps telling me, that the site doesn’t exist (tried it with firefox and opera). Maybe it’s because I am not a registered user?


Here’s Piper and I doing the Blind Cross plus landing side front cross. We worked out the kinks a couple of times and then videotaped this one. It worked pretty well and I like having more options for those tricky combinations that judges put into their courses. Some trials have some rather tight combinations or multiple direction changes. Thanks so much for all your advise. Carla

Janie Peirce


Daisy, here’s our video. Thank you for posting the training challenge for a front cross. I’m anxious to set it up & work on it. Wish I had seen this video when I first started agility…I see why I had so much trouble with front crosses…

Merck Salazar

Carter ( Module 4,Unit 2) BX plus Landing Side FX,Trial 1

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