The video shows a typical schooling session with Lucy. I spend most of my time getting her to relax across her topline and then getting her to stay in a relaxed and focused state of mind. She can do the stuff; its her anxiety that gets in the way.
When I take lessons with Sandy, she tells me to be more firm with Lucy and to insist on a correct frame -- Lucy knows how to do it right; she'd just rather not. I've thought "picky-schmicky" because we are gold at home. Um, no. Video doesn't lie. Lucy pops her head up like a llama a lot more than I thought she did. So, I need to be firmer without losing the sense of fun Lucy and I share when we work. Work? Nah, we're playing.
Oh, and those are our roosters you hear crowing in the background; and that is Pistol you hear calling for Lucy.
And here's the link if the video doesn't work for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BFQBKZTKwI&feature=youtu.be