This blog presents a statistical analysis of the judging of a number of classes at the Clarendon, NSW event held in January 2017. Only the statistics for each class will be posted and no commentary will be provided. Note that no horses are named, nor are any of the judges. Judges are simply referred to by their position and their judging level (shown in brackets). Most of the statistics are fairly self-explanatory. However, to better understand how to interpret these statistics, it would be advisable to look at the explanatory comments included with some fully worked examples which were set out in an earlier blog. A full description of the methodologies used can be found here.
1. Novice 2.1 Class: 15 Horses; 2 Judges
2. Novice 2.2 Class: 19 Horses; 2 Judges
3. Advanced 5.1 Class: 8 Horses; 2 Judges
4. Advanced 5.2 Class: 12 Horses; 2 Judges
5.Prix St Georges Class: 9 Horses; 2 Judges
6. Grand Prix Class: 7 Horses; 2 Judges