Our Standard Run from Saturday
After struggling for so long with his weaving issues, it feels good to run a course fluently & smoothly. There’s no retreating to redo the weaves. No more of my hands thrown up in the air as he skips a pole. No more “Oh Porter” from my friends as he dribbles out of the poles. But… I know from past experience that we could revert right back to that.
Our Standard Run from Sunday
And that’s why I’m reluctant to say more than we’ve “turned a corner.” I can still see the corner in my rear-view mirror. The dust hasn’t settled, I can still read the sign. Who knows, we may just be taking a quick drive around the block only to end up right back at the same corner!
Our JWW Run from Sunday
So I’m simply enjoying this new trialing experience. I’m living one class at a time, 12 poles at a time…
But this all makes me sound a little too zen, because I am really f’n thrilled that we scored 2 QQ’s over the weekend! And it was under a Cardigan judge!