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Zhodnocení výkonnosti koní v soutěžích vytrvalosti v ČR

By Jana Hodošiová


In the literature review I focused on the history of this discipline in the Czech Republic, its characteristics, equipment, the description of an ideal horse for this sport and a list of suitable breeds. The aim was to compile a database of horses which competed in national and international competitions in the Czech Republic and statistically evaluate the effect of the gender of rider and horse, breed, country of origin of the horse, its age and color on the average speed and score in the race. The results showed that statistically significant effect had the rider's gender on the speed, women were faster than men. Furthermore, the country of origin had an impact on score, horses from the US had higher score than those from Russia and Germany, the horse without a country of origin were worse than the horses from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and the US. Likewise, horses age affected the score, a different pairs were between the group of unknown age and age groups between 6-13 years (with the exception of the twelve years old) and between a group of horses five years and horses at the age of 7,8, 10,11 and 13 years. A statistically significant effect of horses gender, breed and color was not demonstrated

Topics: průměrná rychlost; výkonnost; koně; bodové ohodnocení; vytrvalost
Year: 2015
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