I judged a miniature poodle in a NAHRA started test at number of years ago for the Presque Isle club. The dogs name was Percy. He was a great little dog. He did as good as any other dog on the first three marks. Unfortunately, he didn't pick up the fourth mark because he got caught up in the day-old scent from the trail we ran the day before. He just kept working that old trail. He was the only dog that day to show any indication of the trail from the previous day.
I learned a lot about judging/setting up tets that day.
I was just going to mention this exact dog as his owner was a member of the Horseshoe Hunting Retriever Club in Ontario. His biggest issue was the height of the cover!