"Aggressively Pursuing the ULTIMATE Dairy Goat"!
*B Tempo Aquila LivingFullThrottle 4/20/13
SS: +*B Redwood Hills Sierra Jazzman
Sire: *B Redwood Hills Jazz Rimrock
SD: GCH Redwood Hills X-Rated Rima 11*M 2yr VG 89 EVVE
1-05 305 3760 131F 105P 3 yrEX 92 EEEE
403 4600 168F 130P 4 yr EX 93 EEEE
2-07 301 4020 134F 110P 5 yr EX 93 EEEE
2009 ADGA National Junior Champion
2012 ADGA National Champion & Best Udder
*B Tempo Aquila LivingFullThrottle AA1651225
DS: +*B Tempo Aquila Yukon Jack-AI EX 91 EEE
2013 ADGA National Show Premier Sire
(son of 2008 ADGA National Champion & Best Udder)
Dam: GCH Tempo Aquila Living Free *M 1 yr 89 VEVV
1-02 250 2210 66F 58P 2 yr 92 EEEE
2-01 305 3668 113F 98P 3 yr 93 EEEE (E feet!)
3-01 305 3885 109F 99P
2012 ADGA Reserve National Champion & Reserve Best Udder
2013 1st pl 4 yr. old, 1st Udder, ADGA National Show
DD: RB Farm Born Free
When I saw Living at the 2012 National show, she was absolutely gorgeous, and in my opinion worthy of any award that day. Her mammary system is flawless. She carries as much milk in her fore udder as many does do in their whole udder. Her rear is extreme in highth and width. Her teat size, shape, and placement is ideal. She milks down to next to nothing. Her feet and legs are without a doubt amongst the very best of the breed. For several years she has stood against the stiffist competition, traveling as much as 3,000 miles, and milking exceptionally. She even competed with and injury at this years national show, where she once again topped her class, and was crowned best udder.
When I heard she would be bred to Rimrock, son of the graceful Rima, I knew we had a match that would work for my herd. Throttle is enough an outcross to use on every doe in my herd, but close enough to line breed one way or another with almost every doe as well. I have a lot of confidence that Throttle will cross well, and have used him very heavily in the herd this fall.
Throttle himself is a well grown, stylish fellow. He is very dairy, but with an ideal balance of bone, with exceptional feet and legs, and exquisite width between the hocks. He has a very level rump and a very uphill topline. Thanks Lauren!!!!!!
Western Pearl Lucky Cayman S -AI 3/22/13 cou blanc, smoky legs
SS: +*B Qu'Appelle Bravo Goshawk
Sire: *B Hoach's Lyric Lucky-AI
SD: GCH Hoach's SRS Lyric 4*M
1st. pl 4 yr old, '94 Nat'l
Western Pearl Lucky Cayman S -AI
DS: *B Hoach's RHRS Kazaa Kinfolk
Dam: Western Pearl Kinfolk Comet 2 yr EX 90 VEEE
DD: Western Pearl Anakin Lexus EX 91 EEEE
Western Pearl Milagro Rampage 4/21/12 Black
SS: ++*B Pearl Valley Yreka Laredo-AI
Sire: GCH *B Pearl Valley Laredo Milagro EX 90 EEE
SD: GCH Pearl Valley Hi-Fi's Mandolay EX 93 EEEE
Western Pearl Milagro Rampage
DS: *B Hoach's RHRS Kazaa Kinfolk
Dam: Western Pearl Kinfolk Veyron 2 yr EX 90 VEVE
DD: Western Pearl Quint Ferrari 3 yr VG 88 VVEE
Hoach's CC Kazaa Klein used AI
SS: *B Willow Run JC Reynard
Sire: *B Clovertop's Cinsation
SD: Clovertop's Clay Cinnamon
DS: *B Hoach's Lyric Lucky-AI
Dam: GCH Brandt's Kazaa
DD: Brandt's Karbon
*B Pearl Valley Laredo Milagro 1/15/2007 Chamoise
Milagro's dam: GCH Pearl Valley Hi-Fi's Mandolay EX 93 EEEE
Sires Dam: GCH Pearl Valley Em's Lilac EX 93 EEEE
SS: GCH ++*B Sodium Oaks Yreka
Sire: +*B Pearl Valley Yreka Laredo -AI LA 2yr EX 90 VEE
(littermate to '04 spotlight sale buck, GCH Legacy)
SD: GCH Pearl Valley Em's Lilac
EX 93 EEEE (E head,shoulders,front legs, back, and rump!)
2-11 305 3650 2.8F 2.9P, 25 X milking BDIS
1st place aged doe, 1st udder, '05 ADGA Nat'l Show
*B Pearl Valley Laredo Milagro black legged silver chamoise
4 yr EX 90 EEE (E Shoulder Assembly, Back, rump, VG front & rear legs)
DS: +*B Kerstrat Magnificent Obsession (dam EX91)
Dam: GCH Pearl Valley Hi Fi's Mandolay
EX 93 EEEE (E shoulder Assembly, Front & rear legs, back, & rump
appraised EX 92 EEEE @ 4yrs, and 5 yrs as well.
Dam of multiple GCH, EX, including GCH Aroura EX93 EEEE2X,E front end)
1-10 305 3230 2.8F 2.8P
DD: GCH Superstition-Mtn. Hi Fidelity
EX 91 EEEE, 7x BDIS, many EX GCH dau.
When at the Albq., NM show this year, we were beaten by one of Milagro's beautiful 2yr. old daughters, who ended up going BDIS in both rings. When I found out Milagro was going to be available, I jumped right on it, and brought him home.
He's Beautiful! Uphill, Extremely level, with a wide rump that carries down to a wide escutcheon, and a wide rear leg set. Very angular but there is no hockiness in this boy. He stands on excellent feet and legs, and appraised EXCELLENT(!!!!) in front end this year. In body he really takes after his dam Mandolay pictured above, which is what I was hoping for, but seems to be throwing Lilac type mammary systems. What more could I want??
So far he has improved feet and legs and bodies with much length. Mammary systems were improved all around, with very extended smooth fores, and great, improved teat placement, not to mention great Lilac/Carrera type rear udders.
When considering breeding my herd this year, I had several sires available, and considered multiple A.I.'s, but just couldn't pass up breeding the entire herd to Milagro. Shoulder assemblies don't look like this very much anymore, nor to rear ends, or rumps for that matter. He himself is linebred on extreme correctness and consistency. I could write for days and show pictures of the kind of does surrounding this buck that I think are uniquely correct. His sire is proven, his genetic full brother sired the '10 Nat'l RGCH, Cantata, and his dam is proven.
So, being four already, the whole herd went to Milagro, a strong linebreeding. I think he will cross great with the Kinfolk kids, and I anxiously await these kids in the spring!
Milagro's Maternal 1/2 sister GCH Aroura EX 93 EEEE(2X)
Milagro's Maternal 1/2 brother, *B Pearl Valley Golden Methuselah 1yr VG 88
Pearl Valley Laredo Nakuru LA1yr 89 VEEE
Milagro's Paternal 1/2 sister
Hoach's RHRS Kazaa Kinfolk
Kinfolk's dam: GCH Brant's Kazaa
Kinfolk's Sire's Dam: GCH Redwood Hills F Sebastinne EX93 EEEE
Also Quint's paternal 1/2 sister, see below
SS: *B Willow Run Wonder Revolution
(last son of Rishona, EX92 EEEE, 4 X Nat'l GCH)
SD: GCH Redwood Hills F Sebastienne EX93 EEEE,
'07 nat'l 2nd, 2nd U 3yr. old
3-11 305 3910 3.3 128 2.7 106 TOP TEN
SD: Hoach's Lyric Lucky
Dam: GCH Brant's Kazaa
DD: Brant's Karbon
Kinfolk is the largest yearling buck I have ever seen. Very high withered and stylish, he also excells in length of body, and he has the excellent bone coupled with dairiness. His feet and legs point straight, and are extremely angular, the best feet and legs I have ever seen on an alpine buck.
His sire, Speed, is becoming one of the more sought after bucks of the time. His dam Sebastienne appraised 93 EEEE, milked top ten, and placed over national champions before her unfourtunate death. Speed's Sire, Revolution, is the last son of the great Rishona, (4x's Nat'l GCH) and is the sire of *B Shining Moon X-rated, a buck that is taking the nation by storm, already siring multiple National class toppers. The X-rated cross is very similar to mixing Quint and Kinfolk, something I am excited to do.
His Dam Kazaa needs little introduction. Though never shown at nationals, she has won all over California, placing over national GCH's. She has an extremely correct, stylish udder and strong feet and legs still at eight. Her Pasterns are the shortest I have ever seen. I could go on and on about this doe.
I am indebted to Jonathan Bland for letting me use such a fine sire. The link above is to Jonathan's Pearl Valley Website, and includes pictures of Kinfolk's relatives. He is the sire of our entire 2011 crop of doe kids.
*B Shining Moon Quintessential
GCH Shining Moon Sine Qua Non EX 93 EEEE
2009Nat'l Res.GCH & Res Best Udder
SS: ++*B Milar Farm Royal Image
Sire: ++*B Tempo Aquila Freelance EX91 EEE
SD: GCH Des-Ruhigestelle Free Thinker
DS: ++*B Qu'Appelle V Ember
Dam: GCH Shining Moon Sine Qua Non
'09 Res nat'l GCH, EX93 EEEE
4-11 290 3530 3.0 107 3.3 118 (Top Ten 2009: #4 Protein)
DD: GCH Shining Moon JR Kuma Sutra
Quint is another buck that I am about equally as excited to use as Kinfolk, or Speed. He is a very dairy, angular, sharp, long bodied buck. His first daughters are very angular, showing extremes in length, and a very "V'd" shape looking over the top.
His Sire Freelance needs no introduction, as he is probably the most sought after alpine buck in the last 15 years. He has sired many top ten, Nat'l topping, and Ex appraising animals, including two EX93's that I know of.
His dam, Sine, is a massive doe, who was Res. Nat'l GCH, milked Top Ten, and Appraised EX93 EEEE. She is also the dam of *B Shining Moon X-rated, a hot buck who has everybody in a frenzy!
Quint is the sire of our Ferrari.
*B Pearl Valley Lass Aswan
*B Pearl Valley Lass Aswan VG 88 VVV @ 1 yr.
GCH Pearl Valley Jayhawk Aroura, EX 93 EEEE 2 X,Aswan's Dam
SS: Hoach's Alexander
Sire: *B Pearl Valley HA Lassiter VG88
SD: GCH Forever Squeeze Liaison Lekili EX 92 EEEE
*B Pearl Valley Lass Aswan Broken Chamoise VG 88 VVV @ 1 yr.
DS: *B Desert Magnolia Jayhawk (DamEX90&TopTen)
Dam: GCH Pearl Valley Jayhawk Aroura EX93 EEEE 2 X
DD: GCH Pearl Valley Hi-Fi's Mandolay EX93 EEEE
Aswan's pedigree is full of the "best of the best" of the Pearl Valley Mandolay dam line. He has his sire's wide rump, and his dam's elegant body. He stands on good feet and legs, and has excellent angulation which he has thrown in his offspring. His first daughters fresh have beautiful udders with small, shapely teats. Aswan is the sire of Corvette, dam of Stingray.
*B Pearl Valley HA Lassiter
*B Pearl Valley HA Lassiter VG 88VEV @ 2
SS: ++*B Sand Dance HLS Rico Suave
Sire: Hoach's SRS Alexander
SD: CH Barenwolts Acapella
*B Pearl Valley HA Lassiter Dark Chamoise
DS: *B Pearl Valley Lifetime Liaison
Dam: GCH Forever Squeeze Liaison Lekili EX92 EEEE
DD: CH Pearl Valley Goldenrod Larkin EX90 VEVE
Lassiter wass a very special buck to me as him and Lexus were the only two animals I have has access to out of the beautiful GCH Lekili who was sold to the Larsons of Harmody alpines. GCH Lekili, her dam CH Larkin, her dam GCH Mandolay, and her dam GCH Hi-fi are a dam line that is extremely consistent for correct front ends, and extremely wide rumps and perfect rear leg sets. Lekili has been 2 X top ten at nationals. She has a perfect balance between bone and dairyiness, and has very correct feet and legs. Her udder is beautiful, and is what I am breeding for when it comes to wide rear ends and correct front ends. She has other bucks doing good things as well. She is pictured below.
His Sire, Alexander is a relatively unused buck. He has a beautifully uddered daughter in the Pearl Valley herd. His dam is one of my all time favorite does, milking 17 pounds a day and being extremely dairy with a beautiful udder.
Lassiter himself was a beautiful buck before he unfourtunately died of bloat this summer (2010). He had a very correct front end, was extreme in length, and width of rump with excellent feet and legs, which he has thrown to his progeny. One beautiful daughter, Nigeria is a favorite of mine. He will be used A.I. in our herd next year. I think the line breeding on Lekili has great potential.
Lassiter's Dam, GCH Lekili EX 92 EEEE
Pictured as a 4 yr. old by the Larson family.
GCH Pearl Valley Goldenrod Larkin, Lassiter's granddam
pictured at 3 yrs, VA EX90 VEVE
GCH Pearl Valley Mandolay, EX 93 EEEE, Lassiters GGdam
pictured at 6 yrs.
Pearl Valley Lass Nigeria, Lassiter Daughter
CH Barnewolt's Acapella, Lassiter's Sires dam
Paternal 1/2 sister, Pearl Valley HA Swanee