Sounds good susan well done. Just a question and not meant in any way I'm just curious. Why do 3 tracks? Isn't it better to do one track at a time and stop while you are winning? If for example by the second or third track he did not do so good as on your first track and you had to correct him a few times( it can happen) then you are back to square one. I dont know what the others think and maybe I'm a bit rusted in an idea, but I personally would rather do one track and see how he does, then pick up a day later or two days later a little bit of a longer track.
Thing is if you force him unknowingly into a mistake by doing it too many times you might have to start over each time. Stop while you are winning is my motto, but I would love to hear what others think because maybe my idea is totally wrong. The only way to learn here is to ask the question, but I wouldn't rush him. Tracking takes a lot out of a dog mentally. Give him the time to take it in.
And like I said once again I think it's great what you did so pleased dont think I am putting a downer on it :wink: