Does Born in 2016

CH Foxwood Majik Sashay    March 2016        Brown

S: +*B Foxwood McCaylan's Majik Man

     SS: +*B GCH Foxwood McCaylan

     SD: SGCH Foxwood Fay Lee Meadow 1*M  LA 7-06 91 (EEEV)

D: GCH Foxwood Marvel's Sasha 2*M LA 5-02 91 (EEEE) (pictured at 5 years)

     DS: +*B Foxwood Meadow's Marvel

     DD: Foxwood Chek Saki  1*M LA 9-11 91 (EEEE)


Show: Milking yearling- 1 x GCH/BOB; 1 x RGCH; 2 year old- 2 x GCH; 1 x RGCH, 2 x BOB


Sashay is similar in style to her dam. Her capacious udder has a large area of attachment, strong medial, good sized teats, and nice rear udder height and arch . She is a small doe with lots of body depth and width and correct feet and legs.

CH Foxwood Jock's Sweetie Pie      February 2016      

Brown roan; frosted ears 


S: +B Cobble's Valley Majik Jock

     SS: +*B Foxwood McCaylan's Majik Man AI

     SD: CH Spring's-Meadow C.E. Java

D: GCH Hagler GDU Stoli 1*M LA 6-02 90 (EEEV)

     DS: Infinity SMM Double Up

     DD: CH S/H Glacier


Show: Dry doe- 1 x GCH; 1 x RGCH; 2 year old- 2 x GCH, 2 x BOB, 2 x RGCH


Sweetie is one of our favorites! As a two year old, she began the show season by going GCH/BOB. The next week she was ill, lost weight, and almost stopped milking. By fall, she was back to her "normal" self, gained back her weight, returned milk production, and finished her championship at her first  fall show. She has strengths in all areas of the scorecard.

CH Lil MIll Crk Tyee Lomasi          4/12/2016       


S: *B Wingwood Farm Lucky Tyee

     SS: SG ++*B Woest-Hoeve Royal Fortune (Pika x Bluebeard)

     SD: SGCH Wingwood Farm Playtime Teasel LA 90 EEEE

            SDS: J&R Spirit's Dakota Playboy 

D: SG Lil Mill Crk E Lisbeth 4-03 88 (+EEV)

     DS: Lil Mill Crk Phox Evevett

     DD: SGCH Woodview SC Logan 7-06 90 (VEEV)


Show: 1 x GCH and BJDIS as junior doe

           2 x GCH as 3 year old milking doe


Lomasi is similar in style to her older full sister, Lore. Both have long, lean necks, and their udders share good teat size/shape/placement and strong medials.