What can I say about this kid? She is one of my
favorites..not only for her sweet, lovable disposition and her beautiful
type but because she is the last of the "Pav" line as we lost her mother
soon after kidding. Pav and Piper were part of my heart and I miss
them both so much so this is a super precious little girl. Tiny
when she was born, she has flourished and is now the biggest of our
April kids. She excels in general appearance being tall at the withers
and standing on a beautiful set of feet and legs. She also has depth of
fore and rear rib, width of chest and width through the escutcheon.
Lily's dam, Piper, was a stunning doe with a
beautiful mammary...she had a high wide rear udder and a long smoothly
attached fore udder. She also exceled in body capacity and width. Her
granddam, Pav, was a herd favorite. Not the "pretty" show doe that her
twin sister, 2013 National Champion Evianna, was she still excelled in
almost every area of the scorecard. And she was my baby, most of all.
This little girl combines the beauty and strength of both of her
granddams, Pav and Grey.
We had considered showing Lily at Nationals but the
distance to the show as well as the heat made us change our mind and
leave her home this year. Standing 14th in a huge class of nearly 50 dry
yearlings at the 2017 National Show, Lily made her debut in the show
ring. She was 7th place dry yearling in another large class of nearly 20
dry yearlings at the Iowa State Fair despite an injury she sustained on
the trip to the show.
be bred to Traveler for March kids. 1st doe will be
retained. 2nd doe/bucks $600.