1. The goal is delimited by two rods, cones, baskets or buckets and their connection forms a goal line. The maximum width of the objects delimiting the goal is 30 cm.
  2. Side screens or any objects extending the goal line are not allowed.
  3. The handler must stay in the goal behind the goal line throughout the entire task.
  4. Gymnastic balls are used for the task. Their colours are not prescribed.
  5. At the beginning of the task, the balls must be placed in the fixing rings.
  6. The dog starts from the goal or from the place specified in the task description. The dog must always run from the handler or to the handler across the goal line.
  7. During the task the dog must not push balls out of the rings with the only exception when at the end of the respective part of the task the marked ball has to be brought into the goal.
  8. The dog must bring the balls into the goal across the goal line in the direction from the playing field to the handler. The balls delivered to the goal must not be returned to the playing field.
  9. The handler must not touch the balls with hands throughout the entire the task. However, he can direct them with his legs.
  10. The dog must move according to the diagrams of each part and he must not be too far away from the route shown in the diagram. He may stop, he must not return.
  11. The tasks are divided into numbered parts. The team starts by performing the part 1 and continues by performing other parts in ascending order. All the parts must be completed.
  12. At the end of each part the dog brings the ball marked in the diagram of the relevant part into the goal.
  13. The task is finished after completing the last part of the task and lying the dog down in the goal, just in front of the goal, or at the place specified in the task description for at least 2 seconds. Lying down means the whole body of the dog, not just a part of it, down.
  14. The task must be performed in one sequence without interruption.
  15. Throughout the entire task, the handler must not touch the dog by hands.
  16. The handler is allowed to reward the dog only after completing the whole task.
  17. Total time of the performance must not exceed 5 minutes.
  18. Performance and completion of the task is documented by a video recording (hereinafter only video).
  19. The camera must be placed at a height of at least 130 cm behind the balls in a segment of 10 to 14 hours when viewed from the goal line.
  20. The video must capture the whole set of balls, the goal with the handler and the dog for the entire duration of the task. The goal line and the handler's legs must be visible. It is recommended to mark the goal line with colour or tape.
  21. The video must be taken from the distance close enough to assess the accuracy and quality of the dog's work.
  22. All videos will be timed. Time begins to run when the dog runs out of the goal, or from the place specified in the task description, and the task ends after completing all parts of the task and laying the dog down in the goal, or just in front of the goal, or at the place specified in the task description.
  23. The video must not be interrupted, cut, or edited. The cut is allowed only at the very beginning and at the very end of the video. Just titles and music can be added.
  24. The video must not be cut for pure task time. Sufficient time must be left before the start and after the final lying to allow objective time measurement. Moving transitions or other effects overlapping the start and / or final lying are not allowed.
  25. The titles must not overlay the team performing the task and the music must not drown down the commands of the handler.