so this trial was run in a different format than our previous Nadac trials. They have something called the double run format so you basically run the same course twice but we didn't have as many different classes per day. so essentially the ultimate in do-overs. I usually make the most mistakes with Destin so he was the only one that I really entered that way. On Friday, Jumpers was the only thing we entered. I ran Dixie in Elite Jumpers round 1. then Jocu was in Open Jumpers round 1 and we had a beautiful run. Destin was in Novice Jumpers and he ran in Round 1 and Round 2 so that I could possibly fix whatever problem we had in the first run. so of course we qualify the first run... so the second run, I just wanted to get a longer leadout- but he broke his stay so that run didn't count. On Saturday, we only ran in Tunnelers- so as not to kill myself running all 4 twice, again Destin was the only one entered in both rounds. I tried to split them up so I could recover..... Cranberry was in Elite Tunnelers Round 1 and I'm still not sure why he didn't take the one tunnel... Dixie was in Elite Tunnelers Round 2 Jocu was also in Elite Tunnelers Round 2 Destin was in Open Tunnelers Round 1 and Round 2 and again he Qd on the first run and the second run. Sunday was Weavers and Jumpers. We do Weavers for practice so I did enter both rounds for everybody. I chose not to run Destin in Weavers as we are reworking his weaves and we weren't where I wanted to be with that. So Cranberry was in Elite Weavers Round 1 and Round 2. He Qd the first run but not the second. Dixie was also in Elite Weavers Round 1 and Round 2 but she's been having weave issues and did not Q in either run. Jocu was in Open Weavers Round 1 and Round 2 and he had some issues as well so no Qs. we finished up with Dixie in Elite Jumpers and we dropped a bar on the line out because I ran like she was one of the bi boys instead of staying with her.... Jocu in Open Jumpers and Destin in Novice Jumpers. It was a good weekend for Destin as he's struggled to Q with many wrong courses in our last few Nadac trials. It was kind of interesting to be able to try different handling options on the same course and same dog.