Had a decent standard run in the morning where we managed a very brief (don't blink or you'll miss it) sign of a start-line stay. I've been working on some different routines in class that seem to keep him happy so I'm hopeful that one of these days, we'll have some success in a trial. I think an early slip caused a bar followed by an off-course, but the rest of the run was really pretty good and I loved the ending. It's fun to push my distance luck in the weaves when we're not worried about qualifying...which is quite often!
We're still in Open He...Jumpers. This time it was a case of a wound up spotty and a late handler. We saw lots of arms flying all over the place from the judge and I'm starting to wonder if Peyton has figured out that he has the ability to make them throw their hands in the air. Maybe he thinks it's fun? :)
I'm really happy with how he's been running lately and I think he's starting to calm down enough that he's able to think and run at the same time. Not sure I can say the same for me, but maybe one of these days!