Mini Nubian Senior Does 3 & Under 4

Judge: Jena Williams

1st Place/1st Udder

Entry D

Blue Asai (5).jpg

2nd Place

Entry F

Gwaines Oregano  (3).jpg

3rd Place

Entry C

Red Barn sweet violet (4).jpg

4th Place
Entry H

Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (4).jpg

5th Place

Entry E

Armaryllis moon (5).jpg

6th Place

Entry B

Homewardbound Violet (4).jpeg

7th Place

Entry A

Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (4).jpeg

8th Place

Entry G

Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (2).jpeg

D places over F in mammary being wider in the rear udder and more capacious in proportion to her size;
and in general appearance being more smoothly blended from neck into shoulder assembly. 1st place
udder


F places over C in mammary system being higher in the rear udder; and in Dairy Character being longer
of body and overall bone pattern. She will grant breed character in the ears to C.


C places over H in mammary system being higher, wider through the escutcheon and more capacious in
rear udder. In general appearance C is more smoothly blended neck into should assembly.


H places over E in general appearance being more straight in the foreleg when viewed from the side and
in body capacity having greater depth into the rear barrel.


E places over B in general appearance being longer and stronger in the topline, and more uphill from
hips to withers and more level in the rump from hips to pins. And in Mammary being more capacious in
the fore udder.


B places over A for greater evidence of productivity in the mammary today and in body capacity being
deeper into the rear barrel.


A places over G in general appearance being more correct in the shoulder assembly, with shoulder blades held more tightly again the wither and in the area of the crops; and in topline being more straight in the back and uphill from hips to wither. A will grant capacity of mammary to G


G is to be commended on a balanced mammary that is smoothly blended fore and rear.

Judge: April Hitch

1st Place/1st Udder

Entry D

Blue Asai (5).jpg

2nd Place

Entry C

Red Barn sweet violet (4).jpg

3rd Place

Entry G

Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (2).jpeg

4th Place

Entry E

Armaryllis moon (5).jpg

5th Place
Entry H

Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (4).jpg

6th Place

Entry F

Gwaines Oregano  (3).jpg

7th Place

Entry B

Homewardbound Violet (4).jpeg

8th Place

Entry A

Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (4).jpeg

Final Placings: D-C-G-E-H-F-B-A

First place udder: D
 

D is going over C for her advantage in the mammary system. She has a longer, smoother fore udder and a wider rear udder, with more lateral attachments. She also excels in dairy strength, being longer and leaner in her neck, and showing a flatter bone pattern throughout.
 

C is placing over G for her advantage is the mammary system. She is showing more capacity within that mammary and a more correct teat placement along the udder floor. C is also going over G, as she excels In body capacity, being deeper in the barrel and having more spring of rib.  
 

G excels over E for her mammary system, having a stronger rear udder attachment and more length of her fore udder. She also has the advantage in general appearance, showing less tendency to bow on her front legs, as well as standing on a stronger set of rear pasterns.
 

E is going over H, for a dairy strength placing. She is showing more sharpness of her withers and carrying less excess fleshing, She also has an advantage in general appearance, being more nearly level over her topline.
 

H is placing over F for her advantage in body capacity, being deeper in her chest floor, back into her barrel. She is a doe that is showing more spring of rib. She also excels in general appearance, having a stronger set of both fore and rear pasterns.
 

F is going over B for her advantage in the mammary, having more strength of lateral attachments and a more nearly ideal teat size.

B is placing over A, as she excels in body capacity, being deeper in her heart girth, and having more spring to her ribbing. She also has an advantage in dairy strength, being sharper in her withers and more open in her ribbing.  
 

A should be commended for her extension of brisket.

Entry A

Dry
Generation: 7

Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (4).jpeg
Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (1).jpeg
Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (3).jpeg
Cedar Creek Frosted Blue PEarl (2).jpeg

Entry B

Freshened: 3/11/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 5

Homewardbound Violet (4).jpeg
Homewardbound Violet (1).jpeg
Homewardbound Violet (2).jpeg
Homewardbound Violet (3).jpeg
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Entry C

Freshened: 2/16/2021
Freshenings: 3
Generation: 3

Red Barn sweet violet (4).jpg
Red Barn sweet violet (3).jpg
Red Barn sweet violet (5).jpg
Red Barn sweet violet (1).jpg
Red Barn sweet violet (2).jpg

Entry D

Freshened: 2/28/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 1

Blue Asai (5).jpg
Blue Asai (4).jpg
Blue Asai (3).jpg
Blue Asai (1).jpg
Blue Asai (2).jpg

Entry E

Freshened: 1/28/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 1

Armaryllis moon (5).jpg
Armaryllis moon (2).jpg
Armaryllis moon (4).jpg
Armaryllis moon (3).jpg
Armaryllis moon (1).jpg

Entry F

Freshened: 5/17/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 1

Gwaines Oregano  (3).jpg
Gwaines Oregano  (4).jpg
Gwaines Oregano  (2).jpg
Gwaines Oregano  (5).jpg
Gwaines Oregano  (1).jpg

Entry G

Freshened: 2/15/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 2

Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (2).jpeg
Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (3).jpeg
Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (5).jpeg
Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (4).jpeg
Prancing Pony Cassiopeia (1).jpeg

Entry H

Freshened: 2/1/2021
Freshenings: 2
Generation: 2

Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (4).jpg
Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (3).jpg
Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (1).jpg
Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (2).jpg
Soaring heart's pursiuit of happyness (5).jpg