Hear Daisy’s thoughts and analyses for all nine of the courses she ran in Medellin, Colombia, at the 2016 Americas Y El Caribe competition in April of 2016. This 45 minute video is free for you to watch, along with the course maps!Want to read the rest of this article? This content is free, but you’ll need to sign up to access it first! Once you’ve signed up, you’ll receive an email with your login credentials, and you can log in and return to this page to view! If you’re already a student and know your password you can log in immediately 🙂
Daisy has been on the forefront of the trend of online agility education, and her Online Classroom is one of the leading sources for those seeking to improve the quality of their participation in the sport from afar. Her instruction, whether online or in person, is widely sought after as some of the best instruction available for those at any level, with any type of dog.
Am I too late to watch? Nothing happens when I click on link. 🙁
Nope, not too late. You need to sign up for access to these videos and then make sure to watch on a supported device (laptop or desktop).
hmmm – not able to pick up link to video …?
You’ll need to be on a desktop to watch, I’m afraid 🙂
I waited until I was on a desktop…. still not able to watch. What am I missing?
Angela, sorry for the delay – please make sure you’re logged in, and then check to see if you’re having issues 🙂
I haven’t seen the video but was there motion toward the dog? Sounds like a half rear cross 🙂
Yes, there was, and yes, it ended up being a sort of half rear cross 😉
Thanks, that makes sense. And it certainly worked well. 🙂
Thanks for sharing. I enjoy a peek into your strategizing as well as watching the runs themselves. You do such a terrific job staying out ahead! Would you call the push at 5:45 a “push on the flat”? What dictates your choice of arms? Do you ever do this when you are alongside or slightly behind your dog? I know in an ideal world one is always ahead on a push, but my reality is that I often fall behind on the kinds of long lines in these courses, although all those sends to tunnels might give me a fighting… Read more »
Sure, it’s a push on the flat, or maybe a landing side push. But yes, it’s happening on the flat after the jump for sure 🙂 As for putting my outside arm up, that’d be because I was slightly behind my dog and needed to push him away from me. My ability to DO that diminishes as I fall behind his cheek/shoulder, so the outside arm was a bit of an insurance move 🙂 If I’d been further ahead I wouldn’t have needed it BUT I may have risked pushing too early and pushing Frodo to the backside of the… Read more »
Thanks, this is super helpful!
Also hoping to watch this 🙂
Looking forward to it!
Hoping to watch this