- A term used to identify the placement of a shorter mark in relation to the other marks in the field. A triple is thrown, the first is 200 yards away, the second is 100 yards away, and the third is 250 yards away. The second mark is called "indented" because the dog must go long, then short, then long again. A difficult concept to teach.
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