Mini Lamancha Senior does
Does 2 & Under 3

Judge: Lavinia Allen

1st Place/1st udder
Entry A

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2nd Place
Entry I

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3rd Place

Entry B

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4th Place
Entry C

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5th Place
Entry E

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6th Place
Entry G

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7th Place
Entry F

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8th Place
Entry H

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9th Place
Entry D

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I placed this class of Under 3 Milkers as:
A-I-B-C-E-G-F-H-D
 

Best Udder in this class goes to Entry A.  

Entry A has more visible width in the rear udder attachment, more extension to the fore udder and good teat diameter at the base of the udder.
 

Entry A places over Entry I in General Appearance she is wider between the hocks, has closer toes, longer in bone especially in the loin, more level in the topline with a longer leaner neck.  In the Mammary System she has a wider higher udder in the escutcheon area with more extension to the fore udder.
 

Entry I over Entry B in the Mammary System as she has a more capacious udder showing greater extension of the lateral attachments and a wider rear udder attachment.  In Body Capacity she shows an increase in depth of the barrel from heart girth to flank.
 

Entry B over Entry C in General Appearance for her level topline especially in the loin and she as a longer leaner neck.  In the Mammary System she has a stronger medial suspensory ligament along with more downward pointing teats.
 

Entry C over Entry E in General Appearance.  Entry C is straighter in her fore and rear legs.  In Body Capacity she is deeper in the heart girth.  In the Mammary System she has more uniformity of  the top and base of the rear udder along with more extension of the fore udder.

Entry E over Entry G in General Appearance. Entry E has more width in the chest floor and between the hocks and when viewed from above she has smoother blending of the shoulder into the chest wall.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder with a wider rear udder attachment.

Entry G over Entry F in General Appearance. In Body Capacity she is deeper in the barrel.  In General Appearance she is sharper in the withers.  In the Mammary System she has a stronger medial suspensory ligament and teats of a more proper length and diameter.

Entry F over Entry H in General Appearance.  Entry F is standing on a set of straighter fore legs and when viewed from the top has smoother blending of the shoulder into the chest wall.  In the Mammary System she has downward pointing teats that are clearly delineated from the udder.

Entry H over Entry D in General Appearance as she is more level in her topline and longer in bone with a smoother blending from the loin into her rump.  In the Mammary System she has the advantage having equal halves of the udder and a higher rear udder attachment.

Entry D while standing last in this class is to be commended for her General Appearance having a sharp wither and straight fore legs and a good medial suspensory ligament in the Mammary System.

Judge: Lorelei Hallock

1st Place/1st udder
Entry C

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2nd Place
Entry I

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3rd Place
Entry E

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4th Place

Entry B

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5th Place
Entry A

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6th Place
Entry G

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7th Place
Entry H

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8th Place
Entry F

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9th Place
Entry D

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Placings: C, I, E, B, A, G, H, F, D

 

Reasons: C  Is 1st place udder as well as 1st place.  She has the advantage over I in the mammary system for the overall area of attachment the balance in cemetery when viewed from the side and rear. She's also showing much more depth of body more length and correct angulation of that rear rib. 

I  Is placing over E for her advantage in the mammary system. She is holding that udder higher above the hocks with more attachment. She also has the advantage and general appearance for feet and legs with a straighter front leg less tendency to toe out in both the front and rear legs.

E  over B Is showing a more capacious rear udder for her age and stage of lactation with more balance when viewed from the side.  She is showing more body capacity with more depth than the rear barrel. Also in general appearance she's longer and more level in the rump.  

B over A  For her general appearance in feet and legs she's stronger in the foreleg and more correct in the set of her rear legs, more perpendicular from hocks to pastern.  She also has the advantage in the front end assembly with more smoothness from the neck into the wither more arch about the shoulder into the wither. 

A  over G is a mammary placing, she's more arched into the area the escutcheon Fuller in balance from the top of the udder to the udder floor. She also is a doe with more length to her bone pattern throughout. 

G over H  It's showing more outcurving of thigh when viewed from the rear showing more straighteness in the fore leg when viewed from the front. Her fore leg is also set more correctly under the wither allowing more extension of the brisket. 

H  Has a slight advantage over F for general appearance in her top line she's a little stronger in the chine, showing more length through the chine and loin, also more width through the loin and rump.

F  Over D for the slight advantage in general appearance. She's Fuller in the crops and in her turn showing more smoothness and blending from and from the loin into the rump, with a more nearly level rump flatter from thurl to thurl 

D  Is to be commended for the length and cleanliness about the neck that is smoothly blended into the withers.

Entry A
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/10/2022

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Entry B
Generation: 2
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 2/26/2022

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Entry C
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/11/2022

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Entry D
Generation: 2
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/20/2022

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

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Entry F
Generation: 2
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/29/2022

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Entry G
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/8/2022

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Entry H
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 3/25/2022

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Entry I
Generation: 3
Freshening: 1
Freshened: 4/19/2022

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