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    What does the setup of a typical Derby consist of? I understand it's marks only, but I don't know if it's usually 2, 3, or 4 series', singles/doubles/triples and what the land/water breakdown is. The rule book leaves the actual test setup to the judges. What are you seeing out there? Thanks.

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    I recently did a search for "derby distances" and found a lot of good info on this subject.
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    Thanks for the guidance. I'll search and repost if I have any unanswered questions.

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