MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show Wins for Breezee Creek Farm!

This year we entered 6 of our wonderful goats in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.

And here are the results we were “WOW-ED” with today:

Breezee Creek’s Prettie’s Glory:
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Glory was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.
She placed 4th in rings 1 and 2.

“In her turn doe 4 places over 2 for her advantage in general appearance, specifically her levelness in the rump when viewed from the side. She also stands on stronger rear pasterns. She is also more open in the hindlegs when viewed from behind.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

“More uphill in appearance and stronger over the topline.
-Tim Flickinger, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

Breezee Creek’s Fortula:
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Fortula was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.
She placed 2nd in her class in ring 1.

“Doe 5 places over 12 for her advantage in general appearance, specifically her foreleg sets more correctly under her withers giving her more brisket. In addition, in dairy strength, 5 is more incurving in the thigh when viewed from the side, and from behind, she appears to be more open in the escutcheon.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

Breezee Creek’s Prettie’s Princess:
Princess V Show template
Princess was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.
She placed 3rd in ring 1, and 6th in ring 2.

“1 places over 3 for her advantage in General Appearance, in that she is more level in the topline in the chine. She also toes more correctly forward in her forefeet as well.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

Durango’s Little Red:
Durango's_Little_Red 2014Red was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.
She came in 2nd place in ring 1, and 1st place in ring 2.

“The doe in 2nd place (doe 1) is commended on her spring of rib.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

“1 over 2 for advantage in feet and legs. she is stronger to rear pasterns and more desirable length (shorter rather than longer) of pasterns. She is also a doe that is more uniform in her barrel.“
-Tim Flickinger, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

And our two lovely bucks:

WRRanch’s Sir Alfred:Alfy-V-Show-template fall 2014 postAlfy was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show as a yearling buck.
He placed 4th in ring 1, and 2nd in ring 2.

“3 has an advantage in General Appearance over 5, being more level in the topline, more correctly angulated in the hindlegs with feet that point more correctly ahead.
More correct in Nubian breed character with longer, more pendulous ears
and a more convex profile.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.

“Longer in barrel and stronger to rear pasterns.”
-Tim Fricklinger, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

W4’s Sir Royal Roan:W4's Sir Royal Roan 2014 2 postAs a yearling buck, Royal was entered in the MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show.
In which, he was placed 1st in his class in 2 rings,
and took 2 Reserve Champion Senior Buck awards.

“Buck 2 places over 1 for his advantage in Body Capacity, specifically his greater depth in the heart. Likewise, he is fuller in the crops, which, in turn, gives him an advantage in General Appearance in his greater smoothness from the point of shoulder into the brisket. He is also higher in the escutcheon and and more open (wider) in the hocks.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

“Sr Yearling buck #2 is Reserve Sr. Ch. for his advantage in angularity and sharpness over the older bucks in competition for Rs. Sr. Ch.”
-Tamera Tayler, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

“2 over 3 for length of rump and having tail head placed more properly between pin bones.  And being slightly straighter on fore toes.”
-Tim Flickinger, MDGA Fall 2014 V-Show

“My Reserve Sr. Champion which is found in the SR yearling class. He excels in his general appearance and dairyness over the animals in competition”
-Tim Flickinger, MDGA Fall V-Show

We are VERY proud of all our goats, they each bring something to offer.
Breeding for champion conformation, and heavy milk production.

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