SGCH CRF Castle Rock Penny Wise, GCH CRF Castle Rock Roxanne, and GCH Castle Rock Irish Cream as first fresheners

Castle Rock Mahindra Reva Halo
DOB 4/23/14

Sire: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +*B *S
(Castle Rock Tanzanite +*B*S x SGCH-ARMCH CRF Castle Rock Alum Root 1*M 3*D VEEE 91)
Dam: GCH CRF Castle Rock Tesla 2*M 5*D VVEE 89
(Woodhaven Farms Latigo x SG-ARMCH Lost Valley TB Infinity 4*D)

Nice, smoothly blended doe with good brisket extension, depth of body, and a wide rump with well placed thurls. She has a well attached mammary system, with excellent texture and plumb, easy to milk teats. Just like her older sister Volt, Mahindra is very likely to be right behind or next to me any time I am in the same pasture she is, and is our self-assigned barnyard-project manager.

Castle RockTahitian Sunset
DOB 02/10/15

Sire: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +*B *S
(Castle Rock Tanzanite +*B*S x SGCH-ARMCH CRF Castle Rock Alum Root 1*M 3*D VEEE 91)
Dam: GCH CRF Castle Rock Tuscan Sun 1*M
(Woodhaven Farms Latigo x TX Twincreeks WDF Sunsprite)

I don't always plan on having first freshening yearlings these days- partly because of numbers, but when a young buck figures out that he can run up a five foot no climb panel and get in with your dry yearlings, things happen. And you may think you hit everyone with leut, but obviously, you didn't. Oh well, she's a Tuscan Sun daughter, how bad could it be? Not bad, actually. Excuse the super fuzzy pictures- show season ended up being seven shows in seven weeks, and then one show almost three months later. Anywho- I really love this doe's dairy character, general appearance, udder capacity and texture. She has a very sweet disposition, and is so veeeery chill. Nothing surprises her. Well, except for that time that something (probably a racoon) bloodied her up overnight. She was a little shocky for a few days after that, but we were very relieved to see her get back to her old self relatively quickly, and that her production came back by a week or so later.

Castle Rock Tidal Wave
DOB 2/19/15
1xGCH Jr.
Fourth place senior kid at the ADGA National Show

Sire: Castle Rock Chicago Peace
(Copper Penny ROF Calico Jack x GCH-ARMCH CRF Castle Rock Tuscan Sun 1*M *D VEEE 90)
Dam: Castle Rock Tsunamie
(CRF Castle Rock Guy Noir +B x GCH Castle Rock Snownamie 2*M)

I love the general appearance on this girl- she is long and level, with nice width and depth for her age, good angularity, strength of pasturns, and placement of front legs. As we have come to expect from our Chico daughters, she has really nice general appearance with a very small, but correctly shaped and attached udder. Experience has taught us to wait for at least a second or third freshening for that capacity to really kick in, and we happily will. If any of our girls fit the description of being "under foot", it would be this doe, who has been the cause of me almost falling over backwards more times than I am comfortable admitting- she is really, really curious, and utterly fearless.

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