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GCH Olentangy Hero Amarantite 6*M

Chamoisee, cream legs               Born: 4/21/2007
Pictured as a 3rd freshening 4 Year-Old 
(September 2011)

     SS: ++*B SG Cherry Glen WFSC Esquire
Sire: +*B Cherry Glen Esquire Hero  VG88
     SD: SGCH Cherry Glen T. Holly's Hope 2*M  EX92

     DS: ++*B GCH Clovertop's Fire Storm
Dam: GCH Olentangy Fiery Almandine 5*M  EX92
     DD: GCH Olentangy Phenomenal Ametrine 4*M  EX91
GCH Olentangy WRW Amethyst 3*M  EX90

PTI:  -23  +16 ~ November 2012
PTI:  -38  + 9 ~ November 2011

Linear Appraisal:
6-01  EX90/V E E E
5-04  EX91/V E E E
4-01  EX91/E E E E
3-03  EX91/V E E E
2-01  VG87/+ E E V

1-02   V/V V V
5-10  205  3,040   84F  78P
4-10  305  3,400   99F  93P
3-10  305  3,050 100F  85P
3-00  237  2,350   80F  73P
1-11  305  2,280   86F  70P
Show Record: 
Career:  2x BOB, 6x GCH, 2x RGCH
2012 ADGA National Show 17th 5-6 year-old
2011 Reserve All-American 4 Year-Old
2011 shown 12X: 2x BOB, 2x GCH, 1x BU; 7x 1xst
 ~Western Idaho Fair 1st/1st udder 4 year-old
 ~Oregon State Fair 1st/1st udder 4 year-old
 ~W Washington Fair 1st/1st udder 4 year-old & GCH
2010 All-American 3 Year-Old
2009 ADGA National Show 5th 2 Year-Old
2007 ADGA National Show 11th Junior Kid

AMY is a feminine, sharp and dairy, fourth freshening five year-old. She is lighter in bone than our other senior does, but excells in length of bone pattern, stature and upstandingness. Her mammary is spectacular in rear udder height, shape and blending into her escutcheon. Each additional freshening has provided greater capacity and increased area of udder attachment.

Her show career began at the National show in Gillette, Wyoming placing eleventh in the junior kid class. The next year she won a restricted leg as a dry yearling at the Idaho Syringa DGA in Boise. As a first freshener, she was champion once and reserve twice at small fairs but the highlight of that year was her ADGA National Show placing. I was very pleased with her fifth place in Sacramento, especially as a first freshener and with the level of competition. Paired with her dam, ALMANDINE, they were third place dam & daughter group.

She finished her championship at the 2010 Idaho Syringa DGA (pictured below, left) to become a 4th consecutive permanent champion. In 2011, she was the Senior Champion at the District VII Alpine Specialty Show over 31 senior does and twice selected Best of Breed over our GCH TEGRA when shown in Champion Challenge. She ended the year with an exciting championship win at the Western Washington Fair over 41 senior does against the best competition of the year. This is my favorite doe-line (The "A" line) and I couldn't be more pleased. We are SUPER excited to finally have a daughter (make that TWO!), and FORTUNE grand-daughters are exciting prospects!

Mark V. Baden
Tacoma, Washington  USA

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