Powerful beauties possessing consistency of type, Jasmine's influence can be recognized throughout her line. General appearance, powerful dairy strength, and correct mammary structures are the hallmarks of Jasmine's line.
GCH Caprinos RI Night Jasmine 1*M AR EEEE 91 FS
Pholia Farm KM Riot +*B SG Kaapio Acres RM Moonstruck +B x SG QSF Here's A Riddle 2*M Goodnight Tahoma Violet +VE+ 84 AGS Tahoma Golden Sunset x AGS EI-EI-O Animal Farm Bluesette
Daughters in our herd: Lucy, Hermione, Serenity, Portlandia Sons in our herd: Doppler Effect, Voyager.
DOB: 3/16/09 Official Ht: 20.5" at age 4 LA Scores: 2013: VVEE 89 2014: EEEE 91 ~ final score
Show Record: Grand Champion and Best of Breed, 8/8/2013 Grand Champion and Best of Breed, 7/24/11 Grand Champion 7/28/12 1st place, 2 year old Milkers 6/18/2011
Milking Records/DHIR Test: yes
Jasmine is my primary foundation doe and herd queen. She and Jasper the Wether were my first goats. Jasmine is reserved and even tempered, though she certainly has her own opinion about things! Jasmine is angular and dairy while retaining good body depth and fantastic width thoughout, and I love this doe's rump, and what an easy kidder she is. Jasmine has a truly lovely udder. She is high, wide, nicely attached, with beautiful shape and balance, outstanding medial, good capacity, easy to milk teats. She is a very steady, level producer, as I'd hoped. The best part, though, is she produces the best tasting milk I've ever had! A big thank you to Quail Run Hollow for helping me get started with such a fantastic doe.
Jasmine's sire, Riot, has earned his +B for milk-producing offspring, and both paternal grandsire and granddam have been awarded Superior Genetics designations. Riot is a full sibling to SGCH Pholia Farm KM Harriet, a top ten breed leader. Riot's littermate sister, SG Pholia Farm KM Fraulin, has earned her Superior Genetics as well and just finished her permanent championship.
Jasmine's first time in the show ring she was first in a competitive class of two year old milkers. Her second time out, again against some very nice does, she earned her first leg, winning Grand Champion and Best of Breed! Jasmine just gets better with age, easily finishing her permanent championship at age 4, and achieving a final linear appraisal score of EEEE 91 at age 5. Jasmine is now an aged doe, looking lovelier than ever, showcasing the kind of soundness and longevity we strive for.
Jasmine crossed the Rainbow Bridge in January 2018. It has taken me a year and half to be even be able to note her loss, it is still felt so keenly. I miss that cranky old lady every day.