Teaching an In-motion Verbal Threadle Cue

Rachel Sanders

Self-Study Course

Teaching an In-motion Verbal Threadle Cue

 

$70.00
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This course covers the steps and exercises that Rachel uses to teach in-motion threadles. It is possible to handle these types of challenges with a "false turn" or "forced front cross," but in both cases, the handler's forward motion is interrupted as they rotate toward the dog. Rachel's verbal threadle cue, "with me," tells the dog to take the jump from the handler's side and allows the handler to continue their forward motion, so they are able to get to critical points on the course.

This same cue can be used as part of a lead-out. For example, if the course requires the dog to take a jump from the opposite side than the approach side, and the handler must be positioned much farther away from the jump than they would be for a forced front cross or a push to the backside.

You can start this self-study course whenever you like. It includes eight exercises that you can complete at your own pace. There are no fixed deadlines or due dates.

Note: Rachel teaches the verbal cue with her position ahead of the dog and in motion. But once taught, the dog responds to the verbal threadle cue as a "jump" cue and the handler can be anywhere (behind or ahead) and also use the cue during a lead-out.

What is included with your purchase?

  • Access to all course materials on both mobile devices and your computer
  • Downloadable content for off-line access when you're out training
  • No expiring content—you can go back any time to read and watch lessons. There is no time limit.

Prerequisites

This cue can be taught to dogs as young as 5 or 6 months, as long as the dog has a sit-stay and understands how to run between jump wings or jump a very low jump.

Equipment & space needed

The initial training is done on one jump, with a second jump added as a 180 configuration. For most of the exercises, you will need no more than 3 jumps.

You can train this cue with a minimal amount of space. Towards the end of the course you will need more space in order to increase speed and distance between jumps.

How do I access my Learning Center purchase?

After you complete your purchase using your credit card or PayPal, you will receive 2 email confirmations: the first is a receipt acknowledging that your order has been received and the second email contains the link for your Clean Run Learning Center program. Just click on the link in the email to complete enrollment. If you already have a Learning Center account, then you will go directly to your educational program. If you do not, then you will enter your email address and a password to use for this Learning Center program and any future ones your purchase. Please be aware that this is a separate account you are establishing on https://cleanrunonline.com/home and it is not the same as your Clean Run website account (although you can use the same email and password for both accounts). 

If you have a Clean Run website account, then you can also access your program at anytime by signing in at cleanrun.com and selecting Classes/Webinars from the My Account menu. 

Refund Policy

Please be aware that there are no refunds for on-demand/self-study courses, on-demand lessons, or webinars.

We suggest that you read the information provided carefully before making your purchase. If you have any questions about whether the content is right for you, please email us.

Rachel Sanders has been involved in agility since 1993. She has competed successfully at the national and international levels with her Border Collies and Jack Russell Terrier, winning USDAA Grand Prix and Steeplechase finals as well as spots on international agility teams. Currently, she coaches agility at home in California and at seminars all over the US. She can be contacted through her website, fastforwardagility.com

"Rachel’s In Motion Verbal Threadle course is wonderful! She really breaks down how to teach it and is such a great verbal to have! I am so glad I took her course!"  —Diane