Mini Lamancha Junior Does: Senior Yearlings

Lavinia Allen

Rank: 1st
Entry H Generation: 1

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Entry H - Side

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Entry H - Rear

Rear View

Entry H - Top

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Entry H - Front

Front View

Entry H places over Entry B in General Appearance. Entry H is wider between the hocks and in the escutcheon area, from the side she has more extension to the brisket and is longer in her chine and loin, from the top she has a flatter more refined shoulder giving a clear dairy wedge in Dairy Character.

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 over Entry C in General Appearance. Entry B is wider in the chest floor, standing straighter between the hocks and from the side is longer in bone with a more desirable slope to her rump and is deeper in the barrel in Body Capacity.

Rank: 3rd
Entry C Generation: 4

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Entry C - Side

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Entry C - Rear

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Entry C - Top

Top View

Entry C - Front

Front View

Entry C over Entry E in General Appearance. Entry C is wider in the chest floor, from the rear is wider in the rump and from the side has smoother blending through her topline especially from the loin into the rump.

Rank: 4th
Entry E Generation: 3

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Entry E - Side

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Entry E - Rear

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Entry E - Top

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Entry E - Front

Front View

Entry E over Entry A in General Appearance. Entry E has more width between the fore legs, more width in the escutcheon area and from the side she has smoother blending of the neck into the withers with a stronger more level topline.

Rank: 5th
Entry A Generation: 2

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Entry A - Side

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Entry A - Rear

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Entry A - Top

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Entry A - Front

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Entry A over Entry B in General Appearance. Entry A is more level in her topline, smoother blending of her longer lean neck into the withers and has a more desirable slope to her rump.

Rank: 6th
Entry D Generation: 3

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Entry D - Side

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Entry D - Rear

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Entry D - Top

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Entry D - Front

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Entry D over Entry G in General Appearance. Entry D has more width between the hocks and in the escutcheon area, more forward pointing toes from the front and longer and more level through her topline.

Rank: 7th
Entry G Generation: 1

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Entry G - Side

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Entry G - Rear

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Entry G - Top

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Entry G - Front

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Entry G over Entry J in General Appearance. Entry G is wider in the chest floor, from the side is more properly angulated at the hock and is deeper in the heart girth and barrel in Body Capacity.

Rank: 8th
Entry J Generation: 2

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Entry J - Side

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Entry J - Rear

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Entry J - Top

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Entry J - Front

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Entry J over Entry F in General Appearance. Entry J is straighter in the fore legs and between the hocks, she has a longer leaner neck and has smoother blending through her topline especially from the loin into the rump.

Rank: 9th
Entry F Generation: 4

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Entry F - Side

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Entry F - Rear

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Entry F - Top

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Entry F - Front

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Entry F over Entry I in General Appearance. Entry F is wider in the chest floor, wider between the hocks and from the side she has more extension to her brisket and is longer in bone.

Rank: 10th
Entry I Generation: 1

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Entry I - Side

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Entry I - Rear

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Entry I - Top

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Entry I - Front

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Entry I although standing last in this class is to be commended for her General Appearance having smooth blending of the shoulder into the chest wall, good width in the rump and deep in the barrel in Body Capacity.

Ed Kinser

Rank: 1st
Entry H Generation: 1

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Entry H - Side

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Entry H - Rear

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Entry H - Top

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Entry H - Front

Front View

Entry H stands at the head of the line in this class of Senior Yearlings. She places ahead of Entry A for being more stylish and balanced with an excellent topline showing good height in the withers and levelness all the way to the rump. She has more natural width between the hocks and greater spring of rib. I would like to see stronger pasterns.

Rank: 2nd
Entry A Generation: 2

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Entry A - Side

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Entry A - Rear

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Entry A - Top

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Entry A - Front

Front View

Entry A stands ahead of Entry B for her greater strength in general appearance. A is more correct in her front end assembly with the front legs falling more directly beneath her withers (which are sharper than those of B). When viewed from the rear, A has straighter rear legs especially in the area of the hocks. A will grant to B stronger pasterns and greater depth in the chest floor.

Rank: 3rd
Entry B Generation: 5

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Entry B - Side

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Entry B - Rear

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Entry B - Top

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Entry B - Front

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Entries B and D are close in placement. B stands ahead of D for her strength in dairy character. She shows more angularity and greater width in the chest floor. In body capacity, B shows increasing depth from heart girth to flank.

Rank: 4th
Entry D Generation: 3

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Entry D - Side

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Entry D - Rear

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Entry D - Top

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Entry D - Front

Front View

Entries D and E, in their turn, are a close placement. D stands ahead of E for her more correct topline. She shows good height in the withers, and is more level in the rump. (Note: both D and E would appear more balanced in the side view if both rear legs were set with the hocks under the pins.)

Rank: 5th
Entry E Generation: 3

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Entry E - Side

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Entry E - Rear

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Entry E - Top

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Entry E - Front

Front View

Entry E stands ahead of Entry C for her advantage in body capacity. D shows a greater depth in the barrel with the depth increasing from heart girth to flank. D is also straighter in the rear legs when viewed from behind and is also straighter in the front legs with toes pointing more directly forward.

Rank: 6th
Entry C Generation: 4

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Entry C - Side

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Entry C - Rear

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Entry C - Top

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Entry C - Front

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Entry C stands ahead of Entry J for her strength in general appearance. In the topline, C is higher in the withers and more level in the chine. C shows smoother blending. C is showing more strength in dairy character by having greater width in the chest floor that continues through to the greater width in the escutcheon and between the rear legs.

Rank: 7th
Entry J Generation: 2

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Entry J - Side

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Entry J - Rear

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Entry J - Top

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Entry J - Front

Front View

Entry J is standing ahead of Entry G for her slight advantage in the topline that is more level in the chine as well as in the rump. J also shows more strength in foot and leg structure. Her forelegs are straighter and when viewed from behind her rear legs are straighter and show more width between the hocks.

Rank: 8th
Entry G Generation: 1

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Entry G - Side

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Entry G - Rear

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Entry G - Top

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Entry G - Front

Front View

Entry G stands in front of Entry I for the more correct balance she shows in the side view. G has a more correct front end assembly with her straighter fore legs being located directly below the withers. G will grant to I greater depth of barrel.

Rank: 9th
Entry I Generation: 1

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Entry I - Side

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Entry I - Rear

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Entry I - Top

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Entry I - Front

Front View

Entry I stands ahead of Entry F. In the side view she is showing more balance and has a slight advantage in a more normal topline. (This doe would appear more correct with front legs set under the withers and both hocks set under the pin bones.)

Rank: 10th
Entry F Generation: 4

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Entry F - Side

Side View

Entry F - Rear

Rear View

Entry F - Top

Top View

Entry F - Front

Front View

F is to be commended for her spring of rib and the width seen in the front and rear views. (However, the position of the animal in the side view does not allow for evaluation of this doe.)