Along the lines of what Lies said, you could make the track more difficult so that she has to work harder to follow it. Less noticable footsteps, you could start adding corners and serpentines. You could also try adding articles to the track to slow her down as well. I have also done tracking on my prong. You don't pop, you just let them lean into it and that can slow them down sometimes too.
I also think that multiple tracks could be helpful to settle the dog down. I agree some dogs that are too crazy for their food get hectic and are better off eating before hand...but your dog isn't even pausing to get the bait? Hmm.
Speed isn't *necessarily* bad, if the tracking is correct. The concern is if they are rushing and not really paying attention and they overshoot a corner or walk an article.
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