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Olentangy Synergic Tangeite 5*M

Broken Chamoisee, blaze        Born: 3/25/2012
Pictured as a 1st freshening 2 year-old

     SS: ++*B Tempo Aquila Fortune Tribute
+*B SG Redwood Hills Tribute Synergy  VG87

     SD: SGCH Redwood Hills F. Sebastienne 11*M  EX93

     DS: ++*B SGCH Milar Farm Royal Image EX90

Dam: GCH Olentangy Image Tegra 4*M EX92
GCH Olentangy Rainman Travertine 3*M  EX90

      DDD: GCH Olentangy Fiery Tanzania 2*M  VG89
GCH Olentangy Phenomenal Tanzanite 1*M

PTI:  -19  +2 ~ December 2014       

Linear Appraisal:
2-04  VG85/+ V V V
0-05  Ec/Ec Ec V
1-11  305  2,700  98F  71P 

Show Record:
2014 Shown 5X: 3x 2nd, 2x 3rd (all competing with ADELITE)
~2nd/2nd udder 2 Yr-old @ Washington State Fair; Puyallup, WA
~3rd/2nd udder 2 Yr-old @ San Diego County Fair; Del Mar, California
2013 ADGA National Show 13th Senior Yearling

ANGIE is a large doe in stature and length of body, having tremendous frame for her age. She has an excellent topline, good substance of bone and an improved front-end over her dam. She has excellent dairyness & angularity...she just needs to fill-out & gain more weight...a lot of it!

ANGIE was not one of the kids that saw much show ring exposure during her first season primarily because she contracted ringworm at the 2012 ADGA National Show. She grew well that winter and as a senior yearling, placed 13th at the St. Paul, Minnesota ADGA National Show. Now fresh in 2014 after having quad does, her mammary is beautifully shaped with pleasing fore udder extension & texture. She is milking quite well, better than her genetic full sister, TOOELEITE or their dam at that age. Her appraisal score, while not as impressive as our other does, does reflect her gangly first freshening condition. Those who have followed our program and our annual scores won't be surprised to see her achieve the 30+ first 5 trait scores in 2015 and with that, the highest anticipated leap in final score of the herd.

Our experience in managing show, dairy goats is to not overshow or travel this type of doe because she is NOT going to look good on the road until late fall after she is past her peak of lactation and has gained at least 20 more pounds of conditioning. We did take her out once, just an hour from home, where she was 2nd to ADELE. Her photo below from that day indicated it was a learning experience for her (and us!) to be away from home & scared on the road! After a very long trip to the San Diego County Fair in June, she was 3rd/2nd udder so maybe she will get the hang of life on the road as a show goat yet! She finished the season with an impressive 2nd place at the Washington State Fair in late September.

Don't be distracted by the coloration, even though she has white splashes in all the wrong places this is a great show doe for our future show string!


ANGIE @ the Washington State Fair, September 2014 ANGIE 1st fresh 2 year-old ANGIE @ SWWDGA, May 2014 ANGIE @ 2013 ADGA National Show ANGIE @ 2012 Evergreen State Fair


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Mark V. Baden
Tacoma, Washington  USA


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