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Hi
I'm new to the board, and, I'll try to do my bio -- soon :p

Here' are a couple of videos from the championship in Texas.
They take a little time to load -- but are worth it.


Sample of mixed levels doing obedience and jumps
http://www.midwestringsport.com/USMRAchampionshipObed_2007.wmv

Mondioring 3 basket guard
http://www.midwestringsport.com/USMRAmr3ChampionshipBasket_2007.wmv


Defense of Handler routine
http://www.midwestringsport.com/UMRAchampionshipDoH_2007.wmv

Flee attacks, call-off, Face attacks
http://www.midwestringsport.com/USMRA attack championship 2007.wmv


I'll be posting the searchs soon too

enjoy

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That's is excellent!!!

We had a judge change -- the judge will be Michel Bouiseu (hope I spelt that right) from France. he is a Mondioring, IPO, and Champagne judge.

It's going to be a great trial, one (maybe 2) MR3's competing that I know of, at least 3 MR2's that I know of, and level 1 & brevets to boot.

even if you are not ready to trial you should come. We will have a really nice showing of high level dogs. It should prove to be entertaining.

I'm still working on decoys... but I think it will be a few different ones.

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sweet yeah he will def be ready i am doin his fr stuff the begining of june just because ive trained for it. but im goin mondio all the way. i wouldnt mind getting my decoy cert
 

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Really good videos - thanks for sharing them.

I have a couple of questions that were hard to tell from the films....out of curiosity and to learn......not to bash.

Is the decoy still moving when the dog is called off a bite? (the music dubbed in does not permit me to hear when the release command/whistle is given).

Seems the decoy remains in whatever position he happens to be in once the dog releases his grip - is this the rule? Decoy must remain in whatever position until the dog returns to handler?

Other then movement by the decoy, there is no other opposition permitted by decoy with hands or an object while the dog is on the bite?

Very impressive control - in all exercises.

Any recommendations on films to watch/purchase that would help a NOOB understand the sport more?
 
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