Mini Lamancha Junior Bucks: Junior Kids

Lavinia Allen

Rank: 1st
Entry E Generation: 3

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Entry E - Side

Side View

Entry E - Rear

Rear View

Entry E - Top

Top View

Entry E - Front

Front View

Entry E places over Entry A in General Appearance. From the back Entry E is wider in the rump, more forward pointing toes in the fore legs, higher in the withers and more extension to the brisket.

Rank: 2nd
Entry A Generation: 1

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Entry A - Side

Side View

Entry A - Rear

Rear View

Entry A - Top

Top View

Entry A - Front

Front View

Entry A places over Entry D in General Appearance being wider throughout, longer in bone and smoother blending from the loin into the rump.

Rank: 3rd
Entry D Generation: 2

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Entry D - Side

Side View

Entry D - Rear

Rear View

Entry D - Top

Top View

Entry D - Front

Front View

Entry D places over Entry B in General Appearance. Entry D is wider and straighter between the hocks, from above he has a flatter more refined shoulder and stronger in the chine giving a more level topline.

Rank: 4th
Entry B Generation: 5

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Entry B - Side

Side View

Entry B - Rear

Rear View

Entry B - Top

Top View

Entry B - Front

Front View

Entry B places over Entry C in General Appearance. Entry B is wider throughout, longer in bone especially in the loin and deeper in the barrel in Body Capacity.

Rank: 5th
Entry C Generation: 4

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Entry C - Side

Side View

Entry C - Rear

Rear View

Entry C - Top

Top View

Entry C - Front

Front View

Entry C although standing last in this class is to be commended for his good General Appearance being open in the escutcheon area, good height at the withers and smooth blending of the neck into the withers.

Ed Kinser

Rank: 1st
Entry A Generation: 1

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Entry A - Side

Side View

Entry A - Rear

Rear View

Entry A - Top

Top View

Entry A - Front

Front View

Entry A stands at the front of the line and ahead of Entry B for his strength in general appearance. In the side view A exhibits more balance and a more level topline from his high withers to a more level rump. He shows more width between the rear legs with a more correctly shaped escutcheon. A will grant to B greater depth in the barrel and straighter front legs.

Rank: 2nd
Entry B Generation: 5

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Entry B - Side

Side View

Entry B - Rear

Rear View

Entry B - Top

Top View

Entry B - Front

Front View

Entry B stands ahead of Entry D for his greater depth in the barrel that continues to deepen from the heart girth into the flank. B also shows more width in the chest floor and straighter hind legs when viewed from behind.

Rank: 3rd
Entry D Generation: 2

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Entry D - Side

Side View

Entry D - Rear

Rear View

Entry D - Top

Top View

Entry D - Front

Front View

Entry D stands ahead of Entry E for his strength in body capacity. E is deeper in the barrel and has greater spring of rib.

Rank: 4th
Entry E Generation: 3

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Entry E - Side

Side View

Entry E - Rear

Rear View

Entry E - Top

Top View

Entry E - Front

Front View

Entry E stands ahead of Entry C for his more correct front end assembly in which his front legs fall more directly below his withers . E also has an advantage in a more correctly shaped escutcheon.

Rank: 5th
Entry C Generation: 4

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Entry C - Side

Side View

Entry C - Rear

Rear View

Entry C - Top

Top View

Entry C - Front

Front View

Entry C is to be commended for the width in the chest floor.