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Preview: Judges Card Explained with Morgan Cromer

Morgan breaks down the official judges card to help us understand how to read it. Morgan explains, in video one, how they judge herd work and what determines the degree of difficulty. In video two, Morgan explains the difference between a miss and a loss of working advantage. She also talks about how judging a weekend cutting is different from a judging a major aged event.

Part 1
Morgan explains how to determine what the judge thought of your herd work by reading the judging sheet. She also explains what the degree of difficulty means and how the degree of difficulty can be caused by bad showing, leading to points lost.
Part 2
Morgan explains the difference between a miss and loss of working advantage and why the 1/2 point miss exists in our judging system. She also talks about how judging a weekend cutting is different to a major aged event.
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