MrSnappy Posted October 12, 2003 Report Share Posted October 12, 2003 I just wanted to reiterate my thanks to all the folks who replied to my plea for help with Piper slicing in and not staying behind the sheep. In the end, I opted to put her up for a month or so, and I took her out today and after some initial "zoomies" and running pell-mell around some very wet sheep (how DO you get the wet-sheep-stink out of your pants anyway?) she settled in and stayed behind them for a good long time. We managed to loop the entire field a couple of times and do lots of figure eights and turns and she stayed in behind nice on her balance point, covering very well. Thanks again. RDM Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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