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Stationary Exercises

Posted: February 6, 2007 in Performance & Judging

Any exercise with a Halt is considered a Stationary exercise. There can be No More Than 5 stationaries in Novice, No More Than 7 stationaries in Advanced or Excellent. If you miss an element, or read the sign incorrectly, it is considered an IP (incomplete performance) with as much as a 10 point deduction.

Stationary exercises for all Classes

Halt – Sit

Halt – Sit – Down

Call Front – Finish Right – Forward (no sit)

Call Front – Finish Left – Forward (no sit)

Call Front – Finish Right – Halt

Call Front – Finish Left – Halt

Halt – 1,2,3 Steps Forward (sit after each set of steps)

Call Front – 1,2,3 Steps Backward (dog moves with handler)

Moving Down

Halt – Fast Forward from Sit

Halt – Walk Around Dog

Halt – Down – Walk Around Dog

Stationary Exercises for Advanced or Excellent

Halt – About Turn Right – Forward

Halt – About U Turn – Forward

Halt – Turn Right One Step – Call to Heel – Halt

Halt – Stand – Walk Around Dog

Halt – 90 Pivot Right – Halt (team moves together)

Halt – 90 Pivot Left – Halt (team moves together)

Halt – Sidestep Right – Halt (team moves together)

Halt – Call dog Front – Finish Right (dog sits on finish)

Halt – Call dog Front – Finish Left (dog sits on finish)

Halt – 180 Pivot Right – Halt (team moves together

Halt – 180 Pivot Left – Halt (team moves together)

Halt – Down – Sit

Stationary Exercises for Excellent

Halt – Stand – Down

Halt – Stand – Sit

Moving Stand – Walk Around Dog

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