-All other Miniatures Junior does-

Listed by age group: Junior kid, Intermediate kid, Senior kid & Dry Yearlings

AOM Junior kids, kids born 4/1/2021 to day of show

Judge: Lavina Allen

1st Place

Entry E

Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (1)

2nd Place

Entry A

Yarmulke (2).JPEG

3rd Place

Entry B

A Day Late Astrid (1).jpeg

4th Place

Entry C

A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (3).jpeg

5th Place

Entry D

Parti3.jpg

I placed this class of AOM Junior Does as:

E-A-B-C-D

Some notes for the participants in this class:

Please do not take pics in straw, the judge cannot see the straightness of legs and toes,

Please take the side body picture straight on,  the judge cannot see the entire topline from a front angle view

And when standing the goats the rear legs should be set so that the top of the hocks is almost directly under the pin bone or just slightly back and then the pasterns perpendicular to the hock.  This helps the judge determine angulation of the rear legs from the side and rear as well as length of barrel/bone.

Entry E places over Entry A in General Appearance.  Entry E has a very long level topline with a slight slope to her rump, she has good angulation of the rear legs when viewed from the side and she has a nice flat shoulder that blends smoothly into her chest wall.

Entry A over Entry B in General Appearance.  Entry A has good angulation of the rear legs when viewed from the side, good width between her hocks with a nice high rounded escutcheon area,  she also has smoother blending of her shoulder into her chest wall when viewed from above.

Entry B over Entry C in General Appearance.  These two entries were close in comparison but I can see more of Entry B’s topline which appears to be longer with a more desirable slope to her rump, and when viewed from the top Entry B appears to have more length and width to her rump.

Entry C over Entry D in General Appearance.  Entry C is standing on straighter front and rear legs with more width between the fore legs and hocks,  her topline is more level and her shoulder appears to be flatter and more refined.

Entry D although standing last in this class is to be commended for her General Appearance showing good length in the loin and good width in her hips.

Judge: James Oller

1st Place

Entry E

Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (1)

2nd Place

Entry B

A Day Late Astrid (1).jpeg

3rd Place

Entry C

A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (3).jpeg

4th Place

Entry A

Yarmulke (2).JPEG

5th Place

Entry D

Parti3.jpg

The 1st place kid is very bold and showy in her type.  She is very smoothly blended.  Sharp and angular.  Adequate body capacity for her age and length of body.  Correct on her feet and legs.  A doe kid to be proud of!

The 2nd place kid follows more closely in type to the kid in 1st.  She has incredible feet and leg structure for her age in the photos.  She has a beautiful topline and has good length of body.

The 3rd place kid has the advantage in straightness of topline over the kid behind her.  She too has strength of correctness in feet and leg structure.  

The 4th place kid has the advantage in being more structurally sound on her feet and legs. She will yield levelness of topline when viewed from the side to the doe behind her.

The 5th place kid is to be commended on her overall body capacity at this point in maturation.

Entry A

Generation: 3

4/11/2021

Mini Alpine

Yarmulke (2).JPEG
Yarmulke (1).JPEG
Yarmulke (1).JPG
Yarmulke (3).JPEG

Entry B

Generation: 3

4/17/2021

Mini Alpine

A Day Late Astrid (1).jpeg
A Day Late Astrid (6).jpeg
A Day Late Astrid (5).jpeg
A Day Late Astrid (7).jpeg

Entry C

Generation: 3

4/17/2021

Mini Alpine

A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (3).jpeg
A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (2).jpeg
A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (4).jpeg
A Day Late Bryony Jr kid Alpine (1).jpeg

Entry D

Generation: 2

4/8/2021

Mini Alpine

Parti3.jpg
Parti6.jpg
Parti2.jpg
Parti.jpg

Entry E

Generation: 1

4/9/2021

Mini Alpine

Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (1)
Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (2)
Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (3)
Kick'N It in the Raine Jr kid doelin (4)

AOM Intermediate kids, kids born 3/1/2021 to 3/31/2021

Judge: Lavina Allen

1st Place 

Entry A

Beamon Farms Winona (3).jpeg

2nd Place 

Entry B

Beamon Farms Naomi  (4).jpeg

3rd Place 

Entry C

Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH

I placed this class of AOM Intermediate doelings as:

A-B-C

Entry A places over Entry B in General Appearance for having higher withers, a flatter shoulder that blends more smoothly into her chest wall and in Body Capacity for being deeper in the heart girth.

Entry B over Entry C in General Appearance for her length of bone and stronger and more level through her topline. 

Entry C although last in this class, in General Appearance shows good width between her hocks with a high rounded escutcheon area and high withers.

Judge: James Oller

1st Place 

Entry C

Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH

2nd Place 

Entry A

Beamon Farms Winona (3).jpeg

3rd Place 

Entry B

Beamon Farms Naomi  (4).jpeg

The 1st place kid is the youngest, but has the advantage for me today in terms of her general appearance being more balanced throughout and bold in type.  She is sharp and angular for her age.

The doe standing in 2nd has a slight advantage in body capacity to our third place kid.  She is also a little bolder in presentation of front end assembly in terms of general appearance.

The doe standing in 3rd is to be commended on her strength and levelness of topline.

Entry A

Generation: 3

3/2/2021

Mini Alpine

Beamon Farms Winona (3).jpeg
Beamon Farms Winona (2).jpeg
Beamon Farms Winona (1).jpeg
Beamon Farms Winona (4).jpeg

Entry B

Generation: 3

3/2/2021

Mini Alpine

Beamon Farms Naomi  (4).jpeg
Beamon Farms Naomi  (2).jpeg
Beamon Farms Naomi  (1).jpeg
Beamon Farms Naomi  (3).jpeg

Entry C

Generation: 2

3/19/2021

Mini Oberhasli

Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH
Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH
Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH
Black Star Calla Lilly INT DOE KID OBERH

AOM Senior kids, kids born 1/1/2021 to 2/28/2021

Judge: Lavina Allen

1st Place

Entry C

Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (4).j

2nd Place

Entry B

Woody Creek Briggitta Sr kid mini alpine

3rd Place

Entry D

Liesl9.jpg

4th Place

Entry A

Maria1.jpg

5th Place

Entry E

Marta4.jpg

I placed this class of AOM Senior doelings as:

C-B-D-A-E

This was a very nice class of doelings and I was impressed with all having relatively nice flat shoulders.

Entry C places over Entry B in General Appearance as she shows more width and straightness in between her fore legs and hocks, when viewed from the top she has more width and length from hips to pin bone and she is fuller at the point of elbow.

Entry B over Entry D in General Appearance.  These two entries are very similar but Entry B appears a little longer in the top line and stronger in the chine, and her neck is a little longer and leaner.

Entry D over Entry A in General Appearance. 

 

Entry D is longer in the loin with a flatter bone in the rear leg and a slightly flatter appearance to her shoulder.

Entry A over Entry E in General Appearance.  Entry A has a higher wither with smoother blending in her topline from the neck and from loin into the rump.

Entry E although last in this class has good width between her hocks and smooth blending of her shoulders into the chest wall.  

Judge: James Oller

1st Place

Entry D

Liesl9.jpg

2nd Place

Entry A

Maria1.jpg

3rd Place

Entry C

Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (4).j

4th Place

Entry B

Woody Creek Briggitta Sr kid mini alpine

5th Place

Entry E

Marta4.jpg

The 1st place kid is the most bold in her presentation.  She shows advantage in sharpness to the wither and smoothness of blending from her neck into the withers.  She will yield width of chine to the doe standing in 2nd.

The 2nd place kid has the slight advantage of width of rump over the 3rd place doe.  The placing is closer in terms of body capacity as well as smoothness of blending.

The 3rd place kid has the advantage of topline to the 4th place kid.  She is smoother blended in her general appearance as well. She also carries the slight advantage of depth of body in her capacity.

The 4th place kid is sharper about her withers than the doe behind her. She is also more angular throughout.

The 5th place kid is to be commended on her nice feet and leg set.

Entry A

Generation: 2

1/29/2021

Mini Alpine

Maria1.jpg
Maria4.jpg
Maria3.jpg
Maria2.jpg

Entry B

Generation: 2

1/29/2021

Mini Alpine

Woody Creek Briggitta Sr kid mini alpine
Woody Creek Briggitta Sr kid mini alpine
brigitta12.jpg
Woody Creek Briggitta Sr kid mini alpine

Entry C

Generation: 2

1/29/2021

Mini Alpine

Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (4).j
Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (3).j
Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (1).j
Woodycreek Gertl Sr kid doe alpine (2).j

Entry D

Generation: 2

2/3/2021

Mini Alpine

Liesl9.jpg
liesl3.jpg
Liesl1.jpg
Liesl5.jpg

Entry E

Generation: 2

2/3/2021

Mini Alpine

Marta4.jpg
marta3.jpg
Marta2.jpg
Marta.jpg

AOM Dry Yearlings

    Does Under 2 Years through June 1, 2019
Judge: Lavina Allen

1st Place

Entry D

Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (1).JPG

2nd Place

Entry A

Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE

3rd Place

Entry C

Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (2).

4th Place

Entry B

Liten Van Etta DRY YEARLING ALPINE (4).j

I placed this AOM Dry Yearling class as:

D-A-C-B

Entry D places over Entry A for her advantage in General Appearance by being longer in bone, more width throughout, smoother blending of her shoulder into her chest wall when viewed from above and in Body Capacity her depth of heart and barrel.

 

Entry A over Entry C in General Appearance for being longer in the chine and loin and from hips to pin bone when viewed from above and having a more desirable slope to her rump.

Entry C over Entry B in General Appearance for having more width in the chest floor and stronger in the chine with smoother blending into the loin.    

Entry B although last in the class is to be commended for her General Appearance having high withers, good angulation of rear legs when viewed from the side and in her width between the hocks. 

Judge: James Oller

1st Place

Entry D

Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (1).JPG

2nd Place

Entry A

Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE

3rd Place

Entry C

Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (2).

4th Place

Entry B

Liten Van Etta DRY YEARLING ALPINE (4).j

The 1st place doe is the most balanced throughout.  She shows us good depth of heart and flank, yet she is longer in body than the does behind her.  She is very angular and open ribbed in terms of her dairy character.   A doe that is overall the ideal package you like to see in a yearling.

The doe standing in 2nd has the advantage in overall angularity over the does behind her. She will yield slightly in terms of her capacity.

The doe standing in 3rd is sharper about the withers with a more level topline.  She will yield slight length of body to the doe behind her.

The doe in 4th is to be commended in her depth of heart and rear flank.  

Entry A

Generation: 1

4/16/2020

Mini Alpine

Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE
Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE
Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE
Beamon Farms Aranea DRy YEARLING ALPINE

Entry B

Generation: 2

4/1/2020

Mini Alpine

Liten Van Etta DRY YEARLING ALPINE (4).j
Etta.jpeg
Liten Van Etta DRY YEARLING ALPINE (1).j
Liten Van Etta DRY YEARLING ALPINE (3).j

Entry C

Generation: 2

5/24/2020

Mini Alpine

Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (2).
Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (3).
Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (1).
Liten Van BeBee DRY YEARLING ALPINE (4).

Entry D

Generation: 2

3/3/2020

Mini Alpine

Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (1).JPG
Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (4).JPG
Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (2).JPG
Kick' N It McMay DRY YEARLING (3).JPG