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Table S1. Reliability results in the form of intraclass correlation coefficient for the dichotomous and categorical questions for gait assessment during the equine neurological examination assessed by four to six expert raters. See questionnaire (Data S2) for full details on the questions.

Table S2. Reliability results as intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) for the questions with answers on an ordinal scale. The ICCs are calculated from the gait assessment in the equine neurological examination assessed by four to six expert raters during live sessions only. See questionnaire (Data S2) for full details of the questions.

Table S3. Overview of the horses and their median ataxia grade, median lameness grade and conclusions from the spinal cord histopathology.

Table S4. Level of clinical significance of the intraclass correlation coefficient ranges for agreement, after Cicchetti.[31]

Table S5. Reliability results as intraclass correlation coefficient for the dichotomous and categorical questions in gait assessment in the equine neurological examination assessed by four to six expert raters during live sessions. See (Data S2) for full details of the questions.

Table S6. Reliability results as intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) for the questions with answers on an ordinal scale. The ICCs are calculated from the assessment of gait in the equine neurological examination assessed by four to six expert raters. See questionnaire (Data S2) for full details of the questions.

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