How Ketschker And Front Cross Differ For This Team

Though Steve does not verbalize an opinion on which works better for him and Meeker, you will see it in the replay.

Because there is not a collection cue given to Meeker during the Ketschker, Meeker ends up with a wider turn.

However, the Ketschker does gain the faster time, but does that then set the dog up for higher probability of dropping bars?

I also wonder if the turn would be wider if the new arm signal was more prevalent as the dog is coming off the jump.

So I guess it would be good to try it with your dog and see how they handle it so you can have one more option to run.

I still get amazed at how much a dog reads the handler that such a small change can make such an obvious difference.

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