Just always remember the correction in tracking is a tight line. A dog can only make a mistake as big as the line he has. So on corners, be fairly close. The dog makes a mistake, let him, as this is the only way a dog can learn to start problem solving. Tight line. All movement by handler must stop instantly as this creates the tight line. Pressure where the dog would have to pull.
The second the dog makes the right choice.
Reward will hopefully be shortly thereafter when a dog has had to make a decision as we want the reward to be there so dog is reinforced. With experienced dogs, reward is loose line but with learning dogs, as handlers, we just have to try and make mistakes by dogs as small as possible.
A handler can only do this if the handler knows exactly where the corner is.
On a track where a dog makes no mistake, it is not a learning track. But on the other hand, "feel good" tracks are beneficial to both handler and dog occasionally.
Everyone is happy - both handler and dog.
They are not learning tracks but they sure feel good