Mini Nubian Senior Does
Does 2 & under 3
 
Judge: Lavinia Allen
Judge: Lorelei Hallock

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry E

Pure Black Obsidian (2).jpg

 2nd Place
Entry P

Triple D Farm Anney (2).jpg

3rd Place
Entry I

Chantily lace (3).jpg

4th Place
Entry F

Feisty firefly (2).jpg

5th Place
Entry A

Sienna-Side-View-2022-Summer-V-show.JPG

6th Place
Entry U

Rosemarysideview-X.JPG

7th Place
Entry V

Jazzysideviewyes-X.jpeg

8th Place
Entry Q

Kaydee_side.jpg

9th Place
Entry M

Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (3).jpeg

10th Place
Entry B

Penelope-Front (3).jpg

11th Place
Entry H

Delphinium (3).jpg

12th Place
Entry O

AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (3).jpg

13th Place
Entry R

Ali the Great (4).JPG

14th Place
Entry J

Honey Bunny (3).jpg

15th Place
Entry L

Heidi's millie (1).jpg

16th Place
Entry S

Dancing roosters my gem ruby (4).JPG

17th Place
Entry T

Basilsideview-X.JPG

18th Place
Entry D

Udderly precious Penelope (3).JPG

19th Place
Entry N

AutumnWood's Capricious (2).jpg

20th Place
Entry K

Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (1).jpg

21st Place
Entry G

Wednesday surprise (3).jpg

22nd Place
Entry C

Beezus Quimby (1).jpg

I placed this class of Milking does 2 and under 3 years of age as:

 

E-P-I-F-A-U-V-Q-M-B-H-O-R-J-L-S-T-D-N-K-G-C

Entry E receives Best Udder in this Class.  Her udder is capacious, globular with good lateral attachments along with a strong medial suspensory ligament, the udder is high and is uniformly wide at the top and base along with downward pointing teats.

Entry E Places over Entry P in General Appearance.  Entry E is more level through her topline with smoother blending of her long lean neck into her withers, and more extension to her brisket.  In the Mammary System she excels as commented above as the best udder in class.  

Entry P over Entry I in General Appearance.  Entry P is longer in bone especially in the loin with a smoother transition from loin into the rump, stronger in the chine and when viewed from the rear is wider from hips to pins.  In Body Capacity she is deeper in the barrel showing increased depth from heart girth to flank. In the Mammary System her lateral attachments are more visible, when viewed from the side she has more extension to the fore udder and has downward pointing cylinder shaped teats.

Entry I over Entry F in General Appearance for her width in the chest floor, more extension to her brisket and when viewed from above more width in her hips to pins with the beautiful smooth flat refined shoulder. This front end assembly gives her good Dairy Character creating a great dairy wedge from the top.  In the Mammary System she has a capacious udder with clearly seen equal thirds from the side, a strong medial suspensory ligament and good teat width at the base of the udder.

Entry F over Entry A in General Appearance she is wider in the chest floor, more angulation in the rear legs when viewed from the side, and longer at the chine. In the Mammary System the floor of the udder is carried higher above the hocks, and the top of her udder is more capacious giving more uniformity at the top and base of the udder.  She does grant to Entry A extension of the fore udder.

 

Entry A over Entry U in General Appearance she is more level and  uphill in her topline, straighter in the fore and rear legs, and has more extension to her brisket. In Body Capacity she is deeper in her barrel giving a great dairy wedge from the side for Dairy Character.  In the Mammary System she is more capacious and has greater extension of the fore udder and her teats are more downward pointing.

Entry U over Entry V in General Appearance.  Entry U is wider between the fore legs, and when viewed from the rear wider between her pin bones, when viewed from the top she has a more refined flatter shoulder.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder that is wider at the top and a stronger medial suspensory ligament.

Entry V over Entry Q in General Appearance she is longer in bone especially in the loin, leaner in her neck and has more extension to her brisket.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious rear udder showing lateral attachments and downward pointing teats with greater width at the base of the udder.

Entry Q over Entry M in General Appearance she is wider in the chest floor, fuller at the point of elbow, more level and uphill in her topline and when viewed from above has a flatter more refined shoulder.  In the Mammary System she has more extension to the fore udder and when viewed from the side equal thirds of the udder can be seen and her teats are more clearly delineated from the udder.

Entry M over Entry B in General Appearance she is standing on straighter rear and fore legs, smoother transition from loin into the rump and a longer leaner neck.  In the Mammary System she has a higher wider rear udder, more equal in the udder halves and is showing a stronger medial suspensory ligament.

Entry B over Entry H in the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder showing equal thirds when viewed from the side with a stronger medical suspensory ligament and more downward pointing teats.

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry E

Pure Black Obsidian (2).jpg

2nd Place
Entry F

Feisty firefly (2).jpg

3rd Place
Entry V

Jazzysideviewyes-X.jpeg

4th Place
Entry U

Rosemarysideview-X.JPG

5th Place
Entry I

Chantily lace (3).jpg

6th Place
Entry A

Sienna-Side-View-2022-Summer-V-show.JPG

7th Place
Entry H

Delphinium (3).jpg

8th Place
Entry R

Ali the Great (4).JPG

9th Place
Entry P

Triple D Farm Anney (2).jpg

10th Place
Entry B

Penelope-Front (3).jpg

11th Place
Entry Q

Kaydee_side.jpg

12th Place
Entry J

Honey Bunny (3).jpg

13th Place
Entry O

AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (3).jpg

14th Place
Entry M

Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (3).jpeg

15th Place
Entry N

AutumnWood's Capricious (2).jpg

16th Place
Entry T

Basilsideview-X.JPG

17th Place
Entry D

Udderly precious Penelope (3).JPG

18th Place
Entry S

Dancing roosters my gem ruby (4).JPG

19th Place
Entry L

Heidi's millie (1).jpg

20th Place
Entry C

Beezus Quimby (1).jpg

21st Place
Entry K

Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (1).jpg

22nd Place
Entry G

Wednesday surprise (3).jpg

 Placings: E (1st udder) F, V, U, I, A, H, R, P, B, Q, J, O, M, N, T, D, S, L, C, K, G

 

 E is first place and first place udder in this class.  She is showing the most balance and width in the rear udder, more capacity and fullness when viewed from the side and rear.  She also has the advantage in general appearance being more smoothly blended especially in the front end assembly with more tightness at the point of the elbow. 

 F is placing over v for her advantage in the memory system being more smoothly blended in the 4 utter as well as showing more width knowing more width in the rear udder. She also has the advantage in general appearance being more level on her top line, more smoothly blended through the chine, more level and long from hips to pins.

 V is placing over U for her advantage in general appearance in the front end assembly showing more prominence in the brisket, sharpness at the point of shoulder and more smoothly blended from the neck into the withers.  She is also showing more strength in the fore leg straighter in the toe, cleaner about the knee and straighter in the cannon bone when viewed from the side. 

U is placing over I  For her advantage in the mammary system. She is showing more delineation in the medial suspensory ligament more correctly placed teats. She also has the advantage in general appearance for head and breed characteristics showing a more correct ear shape and placement as well as Roman nose. 

I is placing over A  In her turn for the mammary system. Showing more fullness in the rear udder, more height to the rear udder and more balance when viewed from the side. She is also stronger in the front end assembly with more depth to the heart girth, width in the chest floor and tightness at the point of elbow with the shoulder resting more flatly against the chest wall. 

A is placing over H  For general appearance along her top line particularly in the area of the chine showing more fullness in the crops. As well as more levelness from hips to pins and balance in the length of the chine loin and rump.  She has more correct angulation to her rear leg set and is more perpendicular from hawk to pastern.

H over R  For her balance in the mammary system.  She's showing more correct delineation with the medial suspensory ligament more globular in shape and balanced when viewed from both the rear and side, more proportionately shaped and correctly placed teats.   She is also showing more width between the hocks and more arc into the area of the escutcheon. 

 R is placing over P for dairy strength. She is showing a longer bone pattern throughout with more angulation in the rear leg set. She also has the advantage in general appearance for rump being more level from hips to pins and wider and flatter thurl to thurl. 

P is placing over B for general appearance, she is showing more strength in the area of the chine, and more smoothly blended on her top line. She also has the advantage in front end assembly with her elbow tighter, more width in the chest floor allowing the shoulder to rest flatter on the chest wall. 

B is placing  over the balance of the class for her advantage in the mammary system being fuller in the rear udder with a more balanced capacious memory system appropriate to her age and stage of lactation. 

 E (1st udder) F, V, U, I, A, H, R, P, B, Q, J, O, M, N, T, D, S, L, C, K, G

Entry A
Generation: 4
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 3/17/2022

Sienna-Side-View-2022-Summer-V-show.JPG
Sienna Princess.JPG
Sienna-Top-View-2022-Summer-V-Show.JPG
Sienna-rear-Udder-V-Show-2022.jpg
Sienna-Udder-V-show-2022.jpg

Entry B
Generation: 4
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/22/2022

Penelope-Front (3).jpg
Penelope-Front (1).jpg
Penelope-Front (5).jpg
Penelope-Front (2).jpg
Penelope-Front (4).jpg

Entry C
Generation: 3
Freshening: 0
Freshened: N/a

Beezus Quimby (1).jpg
Beezus Quimby (3).jpg
Beezus Quimby (2).jpg
Beezus Quimby (4).jpg

Entry D
Generation: 6
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 1/11/2022

Udderly precious Penelope (3).JPG
Udderly precious Penelope (1).JPG
Udderly precious Penelope (2).JPG
Udderly precious Penelope (4).JPG
Udderly precious Penelope (5).JPG
Pure Black Obsidian (2).jpg
Pure Black Obsidian (5).jpg
Pure Black Obsidian (1).jpg
Pure Black Obsidian (3).jpg

Entry E
Generation: 5
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 3/15/2022

Pure Black Obsidian (4).jpg

Entry F
Generation: 4
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/17/2022

Feisty firefly (1).jpg
Feisty firefly (2).jpg
Feisty firefly (3).jpg
Feisty firefly (5).jpg
Feisty firefly (4).jpg
Wednesday surprise (3).jpg
Wednesday surprise (1).jpg
Wednesday surprise (4).jpg
Wednesday surprise (5).jpg

Entry G
Generation: 4
Freshening: 0
Freshened: N/A

Entry H
Generation: 3
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 3/13/2022

Delphinium (3).jpg
Delphinium (2).jpg
Delphinium (1).jpg
Delphinium (4).jpg
Delphinium (5).jpg

Entry I
Generation: 1
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 1/28/2022

Chantily lace (3).jpg
Chantily lace (4).jpg
Chantily lace (1).jpg
Chantily lace (5).jpg
Chantily lace (2).jpg

Entry J
Generation: 2
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/24/2022

Honey Bunny (3).jpg
Honey Bunny (1).jpg
Honey Bunny (2).jpg
Honey Bunny (4).jpg
Honey Bunny (3).jpg

Entry K
Generation: 5
Freshening: 0
Freshened: N/A

Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (1).jpg
Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (4).jpg
Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (2).jpg
Homeward Bound TR Jesebel (3).jpg

Entry L
Generation: 2
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/23/2022

Heidi's millie (1).jpg
Heidi's millie (5).jpg
Heidi's millie (3).jpg
Heidi's millie (2).jpg
Heidi's millie (4).jpg

Entry M
Generation: 6
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/7/2022

Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (3).jpeg
Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (2).jpeg
Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (1).jpeg
Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (4).jpeg
Soaring Heart’s Pretty in Pink (5).jpeg

Entry N
Generation: 6
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 4/4/2022

AutumnWood's Capricious (2).jpg
AutumnWood's Capricious (1).jpg
AutumnWood's Capricious (3).jpg
AutumnWood's Capricious (4).jpg
AutumnWood's Capricious (5).jpg

Entry O
Generation: 6
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/13/2022

AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (3).jpg
AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (2).jpg
AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (4).jpg
AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (5).jpg
AutumnWood's Ember Bleu (1).jpg

Entry P
Generation: 1
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/26/2022

Triple D Farm Anney (2).jpg
Triple D Farm Anney (1).jpg
Triple D Farm Anney (3).jpg
Triple D Farm Anney (5).jpg
Triple D Farm Anney (4).jpg

Entry Q
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/29/2022

Kaydee_side.jpg
Kaydee_front.jpg
Kaydee_rearpic.jpg
unnamed.jpg
Kaydee_sideudder.jpg

Entry R
Generation: 1
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/14/2022

Ali the Great (4).JPG
Ali the Great (2).JPG
Ali the Great (5).JPG
Ali the Great (3).JPG
Ali the Great (1).JPG

Entry S
Generation: 6
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/13/2022

Dancing roosters my gem ruby (4).JPG
Dancing roosters my gem ruby (2).JPG
Dancing roosters my gem ruby (5).JPG
Dancing roosters my gem ruby (1).JPG
Dancing roosters my gem ruby (3).JPG

Entry T
Generation: 7
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/14/2022

Basilsideview-X.JPG
Basil-front-X.JPG
Basiltopview-X.JPG
Basilrearudder-X.jpg
3.jpg

Entry U
Generation: 4
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/18/2022

Rosemarysideview-X.JPG
Rosemaryfrontview-X.jpg
Rosemarytopview-X.JPG
Rosemaryrearview-2-X.jpg
Rosemaryforeudder-2-X.jpg

Entry V
Generation: 5
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/2/2022

Jazzysideviewyes-X.jpeg
Jazzyfrontview-X.jpeg
jazzytopview-X.jpeg
Jazzyrearudder-X.jpeg
Jazzyforeudder-X.jpeg