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Kickapoo-Valley Careles Zydeco

Zydeco as a yearling

 

KICKAPOO-VALLEY CARELES ZYDECO
A1748897
DOB: 4/4/15

AGDA Genetics Listing

LA 1-3 FS 87 (V V +) E in front legs, back, and rump


S: Kickapoo-Valley Rear Careless

FS 90 (V E E)  E in head, shoulder assembly, and back

  • SS: Kara-Kahl Be Real Rare
  • SD: Kickapoo-Valley Abner Scandal FS 92

D: Kickapoo-Valley Saga Zealot 6-3 FS 92 (E E E E) (E in head, shoulder assembly and rump)

3-5 FS 91 (E E E E) E in head, shoulder assembly, front legs, rear legs, back and rump

1st place 5-6 year old and 1st place udder, 2014 National Show, 2nd place and 2nd udder, 2016 National show, and in 2018, 1st place 7 and older class at age 9!! In addition, she won 1st place Produce of Dam, and 2nd place Dam and Daughter at the 2018 National.

  • DS: Pleasant-Grove Super Saga  5-4 FS 90 (V E E)
    • 52 dau av. 85.2,  15 GCH daughters!
    • 29 daughters av. 87.8
  • DD: Kickapoo-Valley Abner Scandal  FS 92 ( E E E E) E in head, back, and rump

 

Zydeco was a late season and unplanned purchase. Thinking that we might want to order a 2016 kid out of his dam, Zealot, we went to the Kickapoo-Valley web site and found that Zealot’s 2015 son was still available! We loved this line breeding on CH Scandal, dam of our recently sold sire, Scalleywag, and quickly decided to bring Zydeco to Roeburn. Zydeco’s 3/4 sister, CH Kickapoo-Valley Elegy, placed 1st and 1st place udder at the 2016 National show, then went on to appraise FS 91 (E E E E) at the young age of 2-4!

Zydeco is a long-bodied buck with a beautiful top line. He is very tight and well blended in the shoulders, and wide in the chest floor. He stands with great width in the escutcheon. , His only daughter to freshen here so far, Lucy Gayheart, freshened with a beautiful “socked on” udder.   We were very excited when his 2017 daughter by Amalie (Amity) went Junior Champion in a large Junior show at the annual spring NHDGA show, then her twin, Annika, went Junior Champion and Best Junior Doe in Show at the large Southern Vermont spring show! We are using him fairly heavily this season and look forward to seeing more of his daughters in milk.

 

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