Mini Lamancha Senior does
Does 3 & under 4

Judge: Lavinia Allen

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry H

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2nd Place
Entry B

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3rd Place
Entry G

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4th Place
Entry A

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5th Place
Entry C

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6th Place
Entry F

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7th Place
Entry E

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8th Place
Entry D

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I placed this class of Under 4 years of age Milking does as:

H-B-G-A-C-F-E-D

Best Udder in this Class goes to Entry H as she has a capacious globular udder showing a strong medial suspensory ligament along with lateral attachments,  smooth blending of the fore udder and has the most uniform teats in size and placement.

Entry H over Entry B in General Appearance as she has more width in the chest floor with a closer toe set, she is sharper in the withers and when viewed from the top has smoother blending of the shoulder into the chest wall.  In Body Capacity she is deeper in the heart girth.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious globular udder showing more extension to her lateral attachments, a wider and smoother blend to her fore udder and a more desirable size and placement to her teats.

Entry B over Entry G in n the Mammary System.  Entry B has a wider rear udder giving uniformity between the top and base of the udder,  she has a stronger medial suspensory ligament giving that nice heart shape to the base of the udder with more ideal teat placement.  In General Appearance she is longer in bone and more level through her topline and when viewed from the top she gives a clearer dairy wedge in Dairy Character.

Entry G over Entry A in the Mammary System she clearly shows equal thirds of the udder when viewed from the side, she has a stronger medial suspensory ligament and when viewed from the rear has more downward pointing teats.

Entry A over Entry C in General Appearance.  Entry A is wider and stronger in the fore legs with toes pointing more forward, when viewed from the side she has more angulation of the rear legs and is stronger in her chine.  In the Mammary System she has a more capacious udder especially in the fore udder, her udder halves are equal and she has a more ideal teat size for ease of milking.

Entry C over Entry F in the Mammary System as she has good uniformity in the rear udder at the top and base of her udder, she shows a good medial suspensory ligament and has equal thirds of the udder showing when viewed from the side.  In General Appearance she is straighter in the fore legs and between the hocks and when viewed from above she has a clearer dairy wedge for Dairy Character.  

Entry F over Entry E  in General Appearance as she has more angulation to the rear legs when viewed from the side, is longer in bone and more level in the topline.

Entry E over Entry D in General Appearance is wider in the chest floor and between the hocks and has a smoother blend from the loin into her rump. 

Entry D although standing last in this class is to be commended for her Body Capacity being deep in the heart girth and barrel and in General Appearance she has a nice long lean neck

Judge: Lorelei Hallock

1st Place/1st Udder
Entry H

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2nd Place
Entry G

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3rd Place
Entry B

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4th Place
Entry C

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5th Place
Entry A

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6th Place
Entry F

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7th Place
Entry E

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8th Place
Entry D

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Placing: H (1st udder) G, B, C, A, F, E, D

Reasons: H  has a pretty decided advantage in this class for the mammary system.  She is 1st place udder in the class And she is showing more balance and symmetry when viewed from both the rear and side also more heightened arch into the area of the escutcheon. More strength and overall area of attachment and medial suspensory ligament.  She excels G for the advantage in general appearance with a longer bone pattern more pattern more upstanding this and more strength than her feet and legs. 

G Is placing over B for the advantage that she has in general appearance for the front end assembly. She's deeper in the chest for with more area of attachment of that shoulder to the chest wall. More prominently arched in the shoulder to the withers.  She will grant to B some height in the rear udder.

B  Then is placing over C for the height in the rear udder. The strength of her medial suspensory ligament and the balance when viewed from the side behind the leg behind the thigh and in front of the leg.

C  is placing over A in her turn for the mammary system. Again we see slightly more height and arch into the area of the escutcheon. More balance in width from the top of the udder to the udder floor.

A  Is placing over F for general appearance looking more at the feet and legs she's stronger on hoof with more correct depth of heel and straightness of that leg when viewed from the front end rear. 

F  for her turn in general appearance she is more smoothly blended from the neck into the wither showing more upstandingness, more length through the loin and levelness from hips to pins. 

E  Is showing more body capacity with the depth of heart girth and rear barrel than D.  Also in general appearance for her front end assembly more prominence to that brisket. 

D Should be commended for the length and cleanliness about the neck and overall smoothness and blending. Just not nearly enough capacity in the mammary system to use her higher in the class.

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

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

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Entry C
Generation: 1
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 2/19/2022

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Entry D
Generation: 5
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 2/27/2022

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Entry E
Generation: 5
Freshening: N/A
Freshened: Dry

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Entry F
Generation: 2
Freshening: N/A
Freshened: Dry

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Entry G
Generation: 5
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 4/2/2022

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Entry H
Generation: 1
Freshening: 2
Freshened: 4/20/2022

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