Amanda & Try at the 2012 NADAC Championships

When it comes to great distance work, there are few as fun to watch as Amanda and Try because they make it look easy.

But you know it took hours upon hours of work to instill the kind of communication it takes to get to this point.

While Try may have been born with the ability to thrive on distance work, this kind of performance did not come over night.

Notice to clear and distinctive verbal cues as well as body language that lets Try know where to be and where to go.

Try is so attentive that Amanda is able to call her off when she heads for the wrong obstacle without Try getting frustrated.

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