I think it is a multi pronged answer actually
1) I am very aware of good form and take time specifically to teach jumping skills – distance, form, landing, varying rates of approach, angles for approach etc .. all those years riding pay off
2) I watch how they jump and make adaptations to my training program when needed
3) They all have the opportunity to practise naturally – we walk through woods, across strewn logs up and down dales and hills .. cross fence lines
they have a chance to put what they learn in training into a real world application
Fitz (the first picture**)taught me that clearly – he had NO FORM at all when he came to me – I still wish there had been room at home for one more dog in training when we fostered him – he had serious potential
** I found some shots I hadn’t moved to the computer yet today – what fun!