What’s up with Chispa? 

 January 26, 2017

By  Daisy Peel

Running contacts, that’s what. And recalls.

Chispa’s dogwalk is coming along nicely (video below, if you’re a subscriber). At this point, it’s just a bit of training daily when possible, every other day when not. We’re also working on her collection recall on the flat, as outlined in Linda Mecklenburg’s Mastering Jumping Skills book.

Right now, we’re working on MODULE 1 of Mastering Jumping Skills: Foundation Flatwork. The video of our progress is below, along with our running contact progress. The feedback from Linda is that it looks good, but I will be getting another view/angle this afternoon, and will post that tomorrow, if I get feedback in time.

Over time, I’ll post Chispa’s finished and edited videos in the MODULE 1 material, along with Chipper’s, from back in 2015. But for now, you can take a look and see where we’re at! If you’ve purchased MODULE 1, or you have MASTERING JUMPING SKILLS, you will be able to follow along with what’s happening in the video!

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