GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Reference goats
MCH Woodhaven Farms Eunice
03/29/96

Sire:  MCH Jobi Goldsmith
(Piddlin Acres Poland & Goodwood Minuet
Dam:  Woodhaven Farms Shadow
(Woodhaven Farms Hammer & Woodhaven Farms Tootsie)

Eunice was such a sweet doe.  Loving, and full of life.  She left us in May 2006 due to cancer but left behind great looking babies that have made her proud in the show ring. 
Champions she produced
PGCH Green Gate Proud Texan
04/23/01

Sire:  PGCH/MCH Goodwood X Ray E'E'
(Goodwood Rio Tigre & MCH Goodwood Tahoka)
Dam:  Briar Hill Morning Glory
(Freefall Mighty Oak & North Rockbottom Sesame Seed)

Proud was born in our farm and lived here until he joined his new home at Briar Hill Farm.  From the day he was born we knew he was a buck that would leave a big mark in our herd.  At 5 months of age, he won the NDGA National Grand Champion Junior buck.  He was asked to come back to the show ring to compete against the National Grand Champion Senior buck.  What a wonderful surprise when he beat the Senior buck to become the 2001 National Grand Champion Buck.  He is a well mannered buck that loves to be around people and loves even more to be in the show ring.  We keep great does out of him and wonderful memories.
Champions he produced
MCH/PGCH Woodhaven Farms Pepe le Pew
02/27/00

Sire:  Flat Rocks Swashbuckle Buckaroo
(Flat Rocks Gem & Flat rocks Treasure)
Woodhaven Farms Gold Digger
(Woodhaven Farms Hakuna Matata & woodhaven Farms natalia)

Our fabulous baby is gone forever.  Pepe was our first buck ever.  He came to live with us at the age of 2 months and lived at Pride of Texas till his final days.  What an amazing buck, sweet, friendly, funny and excellent in the breeding pen as well as the show ring.  Our baby was our pride and joy.  There was no human he would run from, he loved to be petted and to pee all over you as well, I guess he thought you were his and was marking you.  He was a curious buck and he always knew the pockets were a good place to find good treats.  He won his first Grand Champion at the age of 7 months, two years later he became the 2002 AGS National Grand Champion Buck, Champion Challenge Winner, Best of breed and then Best in show.  We keep pictures of him and this memorable day.  Pepe died in Nov/07 and although he is gone, this is a buck that will never be forgotten. 
Champions he produced
PGCH Steele Ballew Sweetheart
02/14/03
20 1/2 @ 2yrs

Sire:  MCH Steele Ballew Cowboy
(MCH Goodwood Weisbaden 'E & MCH Half Pint Flora 'E)
MCH Twin Creeks MB Stellaluna
(Twin Creeks Megabuck & HBF Stella D'Oro)

This beautiful doe was stolen from our property, if you know who has her, please let us know
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2nd Freshening
4X GC in Milk
2X RC in Milk
3X B. U.
See Champion kids she produced
Woodhaven Farms Reina de Tejas
(12/30/99) 
18 3/4" @ 5yrs 2 mths

Sire:  Woodhaven Farms Fat Chance
(Willow Creek Rhythm N Blues & Megan's Own Babe)
Dam:  Woodhaven Farms Leona Lee
(MCH/PGCH Willow Creek Paydirt & Hebron Farms Cherub)

Reina was one of my favorite does and one of my very old ones.  She died on 1/23/09 and it seems see died in her sleep.  She was 9 days from deliverying her last set of babies.  Reina was our very first doe we bought and lived our farm all her life.  We will always remember our sweet Woodhaven Farms Reina de Tejas.
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6th freshening
1x GC Jr
1x GC Dry
Briar Hill Morning Glory
(08/31/98) 
19 1/4" @ 6yrs 7 mths

Sire: Freefall Mighty Oak
(Freefall Hickory Dickery & ALMN Hominy G. Acorn)
Dam: North Rock Bottom Sesame Seed
(N. Rockbottom Filthy Rich & Far-N-Best Pastry)

Morning Glory is such a wonderful and correct doe.  Angularity every way you see it, mammary system, she has it, strong feet, she has it.  Well, she has it all.  Morning was crowned 3 times reserve champion, 1 time grand champion and 2 times best udder.  Both of her sons (Armageddon and Proud Texan) have won National Grand Champion titles.  Her daughter (Play Girl) freshened with an awsome udder , Pebbles has a Reserve Champion title and her latest son won a Reserve Champion Junior Buck.  Morning Glory produces small kids no matter what size buck she falls in love with.  Her sons are under 22" and her daughters under 19".  A true Nigerian Dwarf Goat.
We decided to retire Morning Glory for good and let her spend the rest of her life just relaxing.  She deserve it.  We regreat not keeping more of her kids including a buck but that's life.

Our baby died 4/28/09
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7th freshening
1x GC Dry
1x RC Dry
2x RC in Milk
2x Best Uder
See Champion kids she produced