Sorry for confusion..Typical with my posts..
Paul answered with what I was looking for.. I posted the same video in the FT section, because someone asked for a video of an example of excessive lining..
One of the responders noted that the FT rule only applies to MARKS..
I posted it again here with exerpts from the rule book about trainability requirements , and was asking if my excessive fiddling with the dog before the send,,and the consequence that followed with a poor initial line,, and TWO casts with a Verbal back to get her in the water, would constitute a penalty for disobedience as I tried to line,, and when I sent,, the line wasnt in the right direction..
SO,, could excessive lining be a reason a judge would drop a dog on a BLIND? A trainability issue with the dogs resonse to being "Lined" before the send?
This performance from the dog wasnt common.. it took me by surprise.. I THINK,, it was because Two of the marks of the triple that was just run, were really tight to that Blinds location,, and she was nervouse about where I wanted to send her.. None the less,, I was surprised we were carried..