SGCH Olentangy Fortune Tsavolite 1*M 5E
TSAVOLITE is one that everyone seems to notice when looking at my does. At her first show (age 2 months), she was Grand Champion and Best in Show and that fall the All American Junior Kid. As a yearling, she had a false preganancy with little mammary development. She placed 10th in Des Moines and was part of my 2nd place Best Junior 3 Group. I was able to bring TSAVER into milk after that where she placed 2nd/2nd udder at both the Evergreen State & Western Washington State Fairs and finished the year 1st/2nd udder at the Central Washington State Fair.
A real freshening at age two has provided additional capacity...and at the shows, a lot of attention! Champion and Best of Breed at the opening weekend show and then twice more at the Central Washington DGA Desert Triple. At the District VII Alpine Specialty she shined with impressive Grand, Best of Breed and Best in Show titles. She had more excitement during the fair circuit culminating with Supreme Doe in Show & Supreme Udder in Show awards at the Central Washington State Fair to finish the 2004 season.
As three year-old, she was shown once before the National Show and was twice Best of Breed. We were a little disappointed in her appraisal and national placing, scoring and placing lower than other does she has never lost to before under the same judges/appraisers...it was just their time I guess. After the National, she was 2nd in Champion Challenge behind TRONA (who won Best in Show) at both the Thurston & Clackamas Fairs. TSAVER finished the season winning Best of Breed at the Evergreen State Fair and an exciting Best in Show title at the Western Washington State Fair over a National Champion and a Reserve National Champion of two other breeds from the 2005 Spokane ADGA National Show.
Mature at age four, she won Best of Breed & Best Udder at the Evergreen State Fair and had a photogenic appraisal session. Now an aged doe, I made the hard decision to retire her from the ring and concentrate on some of my younger up-and-coming does. It was very gratifying to have her appraise EX92 at age seven, her fifth excellent appraisal. She's really a phenomenal doe as evidenced by her show career and Superior Genetic Grand Champion (SGCH) designation.
Mark V. Baden
Tacoma, WA USA
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