Mini Lamancha Junior Bucks: Senior Kids

Lavinia Allen

Rank: 1st
Entry A Generation: 3

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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 C in General Appearance. From the front Entry A is straighter in the fore legs with good width in the chest floor, from the back he has good height and width in the escutcheon area and stronger and more level in his topline.

Rank: 2nd
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 over Entry B in General Appearance. Entry C is standing on straighter legs from the front and back, more angulation at the hocks and stronger in the chine.

Rank: 3rd
Entry B Generation: 4

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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 although standing last in the class is to be commended in General Appearance for having good width in the rump, length of neck balanced with length of body and deep in the heart girth and barrel in Body Capacity.

Ed Kinser

Rank: 1st
Entry A Generation: 3

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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. He places ahead of Entry C for his strength in general appearance. A is more level and correct in the topline, especially in the chine. He has a more correct front end assembly with front legs falling directly beneath his withers, and he is wider in the chest floor. In the view from behind, it can be seen that A has straighter rear legs with a more correctly shaped escutcheon.

Rank: 2nd
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 stands in front of Entry B for the straighter front legs and feet as seen in the frontal view (though stronger pasterns would be a plus). Entry C, in his turn, is also straighter in the rear legs when viewed from behind and also has a higher escutcheon.

Rank: 3rd
Entry B Generation: 4

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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 is to be commended for his spring of rib and his correctly angulated rear legs when viewed from the side.