Horizontal Stack from Pull to Point. 2,4,6 are handlers. 1,3,5,7 are the horizontal stack. Player 3 cuts toward the handlers then cuts forced side to get the first throw from the handlers. Player 5 cuts deep to the end zone and then back to get the second throw from player 3. 7 cuts toward the handlers then to the end zone then back to get the disc from player 5 for the third catch. Player 1 slowly creeps toward the end zone and then cuts to the force side for the throw into the end zone from player 5.
1 and 2 are handlers, 3 sets stack, 7 is best cutter; force flick shown. Players must be spread out well and cut with smart direction and timing to avoid picks. Thrower will need to i/o semi-break their mark for the straight forward throw.
Here is a basic sequence showing how to re-establish positioning after moving the disc downfield in a Horizontal Offense. The basic premise with re-positioning is to typically have a Handler fill in the position left vacant by the Lane Cutter. The main goal is to maintain the overall positions where the player with the disc always has 2 options to reset the disc to another Handler, as well as 4 options downfield for continuation passes (2 primary and 2 secondary).