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Olentangy WRW Tellus 6*M  A/I

Cou Clair               Born: 4/01/2009
Pictured as a first freshening 2 year-old 
(September 2011)

       SS: ++B Chateau de Ville's Renaissance
Sire: +*B Willow-Run Williamsburg
   SD: GCH Sweet Dreams Winning Colors 4*M  EX92

   DS: +B GCH Clovertop's Snapple  EX93
Dam: SGCH Olentangy Snapple Tellurian 5*M  EX90

   DD: SGCH Olentangy High Tennantite 4*M  EX91
       DDD:
GCH Olentangy Fortune Trona 3*M 
EX92
          DDDD: GCH Olentangy Fiery Tanzania 2*M  VG89
                  DDDDD:
GCH Olentangy Phenomenal Tanzanite *M 


PTI:  +32  +44 ~ November 2011

Linear Appraisal:
2-02  VG89/V E V E
1-04     VG/V A V
0-02     VG/V V Ec
DHIR:
1-11  305  2,770  93F  76P
Show Record: 
Career:  1x RCH
2012 shown 3X:  1x 1st, 2x 2nd
2011 Reserve All-American 2 Year-old
2011 shown 15X: 8x 1st, 2x 2nd, 1x 3rd, 2x 5th
 ~Western Idaho Fair 1st/1st udder 2 year-old
 ~Evergreen State Fair 1st/1st udder 2 year-old
 ~Oregon State Fair 2nd/1st udder 2 year-old
 ~Western Washington Fair 3rd 2 year-old

STERLING is nicknamed for her resemblence to GCH Sweet-Dreams Sterling Silver 2*M EX92 both in color and pedigree! I stood behind the original STERLING in the 2 year-old class at the 2005 ADGA National Show and knew I needed to use her sire in my breeding program...that fall we made the breeding happen that produced TELLURIAN and the rest is now history.

Our STERLING was the prettiest of triplet doe kids and won a reserve champion win in her few show ring appearances that year. She remained a dry yearling in 2010 and is now a first freshening two year-old with a mammary that looks to be one of the best WILLIAMSBURG udders that I have ever produced. She was 1st/1st udder at the Western Idaho Fair and Evergreen State Fair, then 2nd/1st udder at the Oregon State Fair behind TANATAR. She appraised V or E in all structural categories except feet (+). The most exciting thing is that she has the opportunity to be a 6th consecutive generation permanent show champion that I have bred...we await next season to see if she can do it!

Pictured below is her dam, TELLURIAN as a two year-old for comparison. I'm sure you can agree that TELLUS is already more smoothly blended in general appearance (with a much prettier head!) and has that same, lovely mammary system...her future looks bright! 




Mark V. Baden
Tacoma, Washington  USA
253-538-0952
E-mail: markbaden@olentangyalpines.com

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