Here are the video's from Saturday. These weren't his best tunnels of the weekend, Sundays were absolutely perfect tunnel runs. But you can see on these that he's gotten so much better!
In the first video...he plays a bit in the 1st tunnel, then at Jump 5 he veers to go out to the other tunnel but I am able to call him back to me. I really thought he got that last weave, my bad! And he does do the blue tunnel twice, but no playing in it!!!
In the next video -- He catches the jump and solid jump with his back feet. Also, on the table he almost leaves to go in that tunnel, but I get him focused back on me and down. Blows by the weaves to go into the tunnel and surprises me by coming out quickly! And the 2nd tunnel is nice as well. The buzzer you hear is in the other ring.
So, do you think he is improving!!!!
He does look a lot better!
My only comment is that he might do well with some conditioning - he might clear the jumps more reliably. That's just a personal comment though, since I am used to running a field-y sort of lab. Once again, take that with a grain of salt. I have no agility Qs to my name (mainly a result of no trialing, but still).
Hmm, I agree he needs a little bit of weight off, but he's in great condition, he's rock solid. He swims a lot and exercises a lot every day with me.
I think what he needs is some work on jump grids, and we'll be starting that this week.
We are still working on 2 x 2 weaves and clicker/touch for tunnel handling and contacts.
In other words... we are still working