In this example, I was working on sending Dusty over the two jumps and wrapping him through the gap to the tunnel without passing the plane of the jumps. Always work the mirror image of sequences like this since one way proves to be much move of a challenge than the other. (For Dusty, the sequence on the right was like pulling teeth, and it had to be broken down into even smaller steps.)
Here is a longer sequence using the same set-up. You can add your own distance line or bonus box if you want to work on distance skills.
This is the Flying Squirrel on steroids. By adding the jump below the tunnel, you can work on some pretty tough discriminations at speed. The gate at the bottom can be replaced with the obstacle of your choice to increase the possibilities even more.
As with most of my training, I don't usually set any bars in the jumps when working sequences using this set-up. I want my dogs to run fast, and I want to learn to be able to handle them when they're running at their fastest.