Though I originally planned for a massive setup with 8 jumps, 12 weaves, a tunnel and a dog walk, I decided to make things a little more simple and work on some skills-type stuff with less equipment.
I had the most fun with this course. We didn't work on it long at all - I think we ran it clean on the first try. Off side tunnel entries and offside weave entries didn't present a problem at all. The ending was nice and flowy, so it was fun for Marge.
By far, this was the hardest sequence of the night. Well, at least 6-7-8-9 was, because I gave up on it. My problem was that I was trying to beat Marge down the line to jump 7 (as I whined about in the video) and sort of will her into the tunnel even though I knew she wouldn't go on her own. In retrospect, front crossing to keep her on my left as she came over jump 6 probably would have helped some. I may have tried it, but it's not on tape so I'm not sure.
This course really opened up my eyes as to how important lateral motion is. The first few times, I was in Marge's path for the weaves and she was SO not getting them. Then, since she was tired, she was doing all sorts of wacky stuff like skipping poles or starting on the wrong side (thus the bent poles). I was afraid of Marge blowing by the weaves if I pulled too hard to the right, but it didn't happen and she found her entry perfectly. The final 180 was pretty tricky. I think because of slight differences in how I had everything set up, I could NOT front cross the weaves and get her over 8 and 9. Fading from the weaves and pulling hard worked just fine for us.