Basically, there are 2 different sequences laid out on the same course. You pick (or sometimes your dog ends up picking) which one you want to run.
I chose the one which I felt had the smoothest line. It was a risk, because it included the A-Frame, instead of the teeter.
Here is the course map. I did the "circle" course, so I followed the numbers with circles around them.
When you are on the course, there are different colored cones for the different choices. If your dog picks the "wrong" number 3 jump, you have to go with whichever course your dog opted to go with. So, it is good to know both courses.
Oh, here's my run in case anyone missed it! LOL.
Hey, Dawn wants to know if she should subscribe to Clean Run even though she's a beginner. Here are my thoughts, everyone else can chime in! Clean Run has some VERY technical stuff that I find interesting, but don't really utilize. Maybe someday I will! Still working on confidence building. However, there are also articles on just starting out too. For example, the past two issues had articles about teaching the teeter to a new dog! Overall, I always find something worthwhile. Plus, I save my issue, because I know someday I may need to reference back. I think I started subscribing after taking classes for about 6 months. Here is a link for three free online sample issues. Maybe that will help you decide.