In case of insomnia, download video -- these are two edited bits of our recent APDT Rally Obedience trial.
Shakespeare's video is from his fourth run of the day, and you can tell he's mentally tired and physically worn from the heat, but I picked a few of the more interesting exercises from Level 2, including a jump and my personal favorite, the stationary sidestep. You can also catch me delivering a small treat after the sidestep, since it's an exercise which ends with us both standing still before starting for the next station.
(APDT allows certain deliveries of treats in the ring, under restriction, but limits repetition of cues/commands and disallows any luring in the ring. AKC disallows treats, but allows unlimited cues/commands and does not penalize luring with fake treats in the ring.)
Laev's video shows the very end of her 18-station course; this is her first time in the ring. You can see why she scored a 169 -- she's pretty good for a puppy, but she's not quite good enough. We're not very proud of that sloppy stand at the end, but I do like her attention and her happy heeling attitude. Not bad for a six-month-old!