Handling....well, you need to improve that. Your dog would look SO much better. AND when the handler said "here" after the first blind, dog must learn the consequences of not coming. probably best to teach this separately and not during teaching blinds.
In the end, he just blew the handler off and got the the helper. That was not good.
Dog needs more balance (too in prey) and more foundation before doing blinds. The dog absolutely does not know "here" command or "foose" command. Secure that then proceed. not just proof. secure it.
then use e collar to direct.......not use compulsion. perfect tool for blinds, imo. AFTER you teach the here and foose.
Grips looked good. Barks good. A bit too sleeve obsessed.
Tracking.....well, I would go back to foundation. \i don't even know what dog was doing. tracking for food? way too hectic. pace is too fast.
BUT I give you props for doing tracking. Tracking is the most difficult part of IPO. It takes so much strategy and planning, and mental focus to do well. Also the most dangerous part of schutzhund for the handler.
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