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GCH Olentangy Aparition Tantalita 6*M  A/I

Color:  Broken Sundgau                     Born: 3/13/2015
Pictured as a 2nd freshening 3 year-old, June 2018         

   SS: ++*B GCH Clovertop's Fire Storm
Sire: +*B SGCH Olentangy Fiery Aparition  EX90
    SD: GCH Olentangy Phenomenal Ametrine 4*M  EX91

   DS: *B Redwood Hills Tribute Synergy  VG87
Dam: Olentangy Synergic Tangeite 5*M  VG85-FF
    DD: GCH Olentangy Image Tegra 4*M  EX92
GCH Olentangy Rainman Travertine 3*M 
        DDDD: GCH Olentangy Fiery Tanzania 2*M  VG89
             DDDDD: GCH Olentangy Phenomenal Tanzanite *M

PTI:  -22  +24 ~December 2017   ETA:  -33  -2 ~August 2017
ETA:  -31    -6 ~August 2016
ETA:  -15  -38 ~August 2015
ETA:  -24  -42 ~March 2015

Linear Appraisal:
3-03  VG89/V E V E
2-03  VG89/V V V E

1-05  VG/V Ec Ec
2-00  297  2,498  85F  72P 

Show Record: 
2017 Shown 4X: 1xRGCH; 3x 2nd
~5th place 2 year-old @ Washington State Fair
2016 Shown 1X: 1x 4th
~4th Senior Yearling Washington State Fair
2015 ADGA Junior National Champion
2015 ADGA National Show 1st Intermediate Kid
2015 Shown 8X: 1x GCH, 1x RGCH; 3x 1st
~RGCH @ AIC District VII Specialty Show
~1st Senior Kid @ Wyoming State Fair

IDAHO (nicknamed because of the shape to her blaze) is a second freshening three year-old broken sundgau...and one of our friendliest "cows"! She is very strong in her general appearance, especially correct in front end assembly. She was first place Intermediate Kid at the Redmond, Oregon ADGA National Show and then was named National Junior Champion!

We thought she was bred to freshen as a fall yearling, but that ended up not being the she was a little overweight when shown at the Washington State Fair (her only time shown in 2016) where she placed 4th (the first 3 were all Olentangy bred does). She settled AI and freshened in March 2017 with a correct mammary; ideal teat size & placement. We are looking forward to her second freshening with more capacity and more length of fore udder.



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Mark V. Baden
Tacoma, Washington  USA

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