The Jumpers course was nice, too. In fact, walking the course everyone kept wondering where the tricks were and were they missing anything. Yes, it was a nicely laid out, smooth course. Fun!
It was warming up a little bit by then but not too bad. Our run order was quite similar to what we'd had for Standard with Harry Potter running just one dog before us. Thanks, Lindsay, for videoing for both of our JWW runs. I started off on Vegas' right again. I set her up with 1 and 2 in her sights but quite a ways back off the jump. I wanted to give us some room for speed build up. It worked well and she was moving really nice. I kept to the same side to #6 and planned to flip her to the #7 triple. Fortunately the turn was wide enough to give her ample room to collect her feet to clear the jump and once she was landing safely I moved out toward the weaves. I called the weaves twice and she nailed them beautifully. Into the tunnel and I was feeling like we were in the home stretch. Wow was she moving. I wasn't too worried about her going for anything else out of the tunnel. I moved out toward #17 and treated the final jumps like a straight line. For her they really were and she finished beautifully. The SCT was 46, pretty generous I thought for a JWW course that ran as smoothly. Vegas' time? A totally sweet 36.51. Nine MACH points and MXJ leg #20! Sooo proud of my girl and she was soooo happy!
On the way home we got stuck waiting for a bridge lift. Couldn't resist a cute picture of my girl.
And, after her good day....
Harry Potter, also clearly tuckered out.