SGCH Old-English Dianna 6*M
Pictured as a 4 year old
ADGA Genetics Database
DOB: March 31, 2012
Sire: +*B Des-Ruhigestelle Winning Ways
SS: +*B Des-Ruhigestelle Elros
SD: SGCH Des-Ruhigestelle Winseeker 4*M
2005 ADGA National JrCH
2008 ADGA National GCH and Best Udder
2012 ADGA National 1st place Aged Doe
Dam: SGCH Old-English Arianna 5*M 5-02 EX92 EEEE
DD: SGCH Old-English Xstacy 4*M FS EX92 EEEE
3-01 305 4240 141 3.3%BF 130 3.1%Pr
2010 - Top Ten #5 milk, #10 butterfat, #2 protein
DS: SGCH ++*B Old-English Jack's Son
DD: SGCH Old-English Felicity 3*M
2-01 262 2170 69 3.18%BF 64 2.95%Pr
3-01 305 3530 139 3.9%BF 102 2.9%Pr
4-01 256 2389 80 3.34%BF 70 2.91%Pr
5-00 305 3181 110 3.5%BF 86 2.7%Pr
6-01 283 2940 118 4.00%BF 80 2.72%Pr
1444 days 14,380 # milk 523 # BF 407 # Pr
2-03 89 VVEE (highest numercial score for a first freshener)
3-02 91 VEEE
5-04 FS EX92 VEEE
2014 - 4x JrCH, 1x BJDIS, 2x Res JrCH
2015 - 10x 1st, 4x GCH, 3x BIS, 5x Res.CH
(unfortunately was sick at National Show and was scratched)
2016 - 3x GCH, 2x BIS
2017 - 1x GCH, 1x BIS
2018 - 1x GCH, 1x BIS
2019 - shown 1x, 1x 1st
Pictured as a 2 yr old 1st freshener
Dianna is a fancy and powerful young doe from a very strong doe line who is getting lots of attention and has a promising future. She and GCH Caprice make a very competitive Produce of Dam. She is the total package with strengths in all areas of the scorecard.
In General Appearance, she excels in stature being taller at the withers than the hips and she possesses a long bone pattern throughout. We admire her front end assembly particularly how her point of shoulder blends against the chest wall. Her rear legs are correct both when viewed from the side and rear. Like others of this doe line, her rump is nearly level from hips to pins.
Dianna has very good Dairy Strength with strong yet refined bone, sharp withers, and ribs that are flat and widely spaced. Her Body Capacity is excellent already as a 2-year-old with deep fore and rear ribbing and she is full at the point of elbow.
We like all aspects of her Mammary, particularly her exceptional length and fullness of fore udder. Dianna also excels with a high, wide rear udder, a strong medial, and teats that are well placed with good size, shape and delineation.
Daughters will likely be retained and we hope to have a Jr herd sire from her in the future. To make it even easier to love her, Dianna is a sweet-natured doe who enjoys visiting with Carol.