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Winning in Motion

Trot right to the front of the class with our tips, training, and strategy for moving dogs in the show ring!
  • 128 mins
  • 2 episode series
  • Originally broadcast live
  • Instructor: Jane Messineo Lindquist
  • Full lifetime access

    Winning in Motion

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    Film Overview

    Want to learn how to be more relaxed and sure of yourself in the show ring?
    Would you like to be more confident that you’re showing and moving your dog to his best advantage?

    Then this film’s for you! Enough detail for novices, but plenty of tips and insights for experienced owner-handlers.

    In part one, we cover various canine gaits and teaching dogs to gait properly, including troubleshooting common problems. We also cover how handlers should move and correct footwork.

    In part two, we stage a mock dog show and walk though presentation and procedure, from standing outside the ring to presenting and moving your dog. Strategies and tricks for getting the best out of your dog are also covered.

    This is the third in our “Demand To Win” series of show training films. “Killer Free Stacks” and “Stack and Deliver” cover presentation, free stacking, and hand stacking.

    “Winning in Motion” covers recognizing correct gait and training puppies and dogs to gait correctly in the ring.

    Each film stands alone and may be watched separately, but for the ultimate show training education we recommend all three videos together with “Attention is the Mother of All Behaviors”.

    Two episodes included - 128 minutes.
    Originally broadcast live.

    What you'll learn

    • Canine gaits explained with slow motion video
    • Training head up and forward
    • Finding the right pace
    • Reading the ring
    • Ring procedure
    • Presentation strategy
    • Handler movement

    Film Chapters

    Jane Messineo Lindquist

    Creator of Puppy Culture, author of When Pigs Fly, and breeder of Madcap Bull Terriers


    Jane Messineo Lindquist (Killion) is the director of “Puppy Culture the Powerful First Twelve Weeks That Can Shape Your Puppies’ Future” as well as the author of “When Pigs Fly: Training Success With Impossible Dogs” and founder of Madcap University.

    Jane has had Bull Terriers since 1982 and she and her husband, Mark Lindquist, breed Bull Terriers under the Madcap kennel name.

    Her interests include dog shows, dog agility, gardening, and any cocktail that involves an infused simple syrup.