Better and better.  I think that working on his jumping every day is paying off.  At class we had a jump circle to start with and even Heather came over and said his jumping is so much better.  He only knocked one bar the whole time and that was when I was cueing him as he went over the bar.  Then we did a standard course that was pretty twisty and he did great.  The last drill was a jumpers course and we had less success there.  He just gets tired.  He doesn’t slow down when he is tired, he just forgets about leaving the bars up and gets sloppy.

 

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