Rixeyville. Delightful sunny day, low forty's, light wind.
To make the training environment more realistic, I set up a holding blind at both start lines. Dave, as gunner, wore a white jacket. Dave's training buddy handled Lum in both series.
Laddie and Lumi both wore their tabs, but I never touched Laddie's.
A) Land triple. First,180y money bird thrown by a Bumper Boy with a stickman. Next, a duck thrown at 60 yards with shotgun blast. Finally, a duck flyer thrown and shot in the middle at 70 yards.
First Laddie ran the triple, marking poorly but steady as a rock. Then he honored Lumi, making it look easy.
I'm not too worried about the marking. Laddie hasn't seen duck flyers in months. He was pumped. I think he can mark.
B) Another land triple similar to Series A, but new location and mirror image. Most importantly, the go-bird duck flyer was thrown in the middle at just 20 yards.
This time Laddie nailed all his marks, and was again steady both working and honoring.
Dude. Twenty yards.