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Old 10-30-2013, 12:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cynosport 2013 Masters Challenge practice

I setup the Masters Challenge Standard course from Cynosport 2013 tonight. I think Pimg did pretty well!

Here's the course map. One thing for sure- there's a LOT of yardage here:


And the video:

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Old 10-30-2013, 01:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's pretty cool! Where did you set this up at?
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:18 AM   #3 (permalink)
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We set it up at my instructor's house- where I've been training all summer. We'll move indoors for winter training.
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Nice work! I always love watching your runs.

My cousin made it to the Cynosport semi-finals this year but I don't think she did that course. Not that I can tell, though, apart from video captions... as soon as I see an agility course map laid out, some part of my brain just goes "aaack!" and shuts down in terror.
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Nice job! Masters Challenge courses make me crazy. I don't mind doing some challenging elements, but a whole course of them is just not enjoyable to me.

Also, I wish I had lights and grass like Janet does. Especially the grass.
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I think my favorite thing about the entire video is how much Pimg seems to be enjoying the run!!!
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Nice course! Pimg looks great. I LOVE challenging courses, USDAA looks like so much fun. Similar to AAC but they don't seem to use the super tight spacing that AAC does. The courses look super challenging but nice and flowing.


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I think my favorite thing about the entire video is how much Pimg seems to be enjoying the run!!!
Pimg loves agility! She'll no doubt be sad when I retire her after earning her C-ATCH title. I think that every time we go onto the field, she loves it even more.
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Nice job! Masters Challenge courses make me crazy. I don't mind doing some challenging elements, but a whole course of them is just not enjoyable to me.

Also, I wish I had lights and grass like Janet does. Especially the grass.
Oh yeah- the grass is great! I'm *still* considering sodding my backyard. And right now's a great time to do it. Just not sure I can afford it...
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Nice course! Pimg looks great. I LOVE challenging courses, USDAA looks like so much fun. Similar to AAC but they don't seem to use the super tight spacing that AAC does. The courses look super challenging but nice and flowing.
Thanks! She's doing so well! She's only 4 or 5 trials away from her C-ATCH title, and she still loves every second of it. She's so fun to run. I only wish I had discovered agility 5 years earlier- then I'd be running Pimg in USDAA for sure. I believe it is quite similar to AAC. Some of the Masters Challenge courses are definitely tight, but I think AAC takes the cake on ultra tight spacing.
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