The first Bramblestone Champion Nigerian Dwarf Buck – we officially received the letter from ADGA proclaiming that Bramblestone Celtic Quinn is a permanent champion!
So, that makes him CH *B Bramblestone Celtic Quinn and he’s the first buck bred at Bramblestone Farm that has earned his champion status.
He earned the CH (means permanent champion in ADGA) in front of his name by winning Grand Champion buck in three different shows under three different judges.
Additionally, there must be at least 10 Nigerian Dwarf bucks in the show to qualify and the show must be sanctioned by ADGA in order for the win to qualify.
It may sound easy to do, but it’s not that easy for a buck to earn his permanent champion title. Celtic managed to do it and he’s only 3 years old!
I need to get a better picture of him, he’s not trimmed up for this one and the background is terrible, it doesn’t really do him justice.
He’s the first buck we’ve bred that has gotten his champion status, but most of the credit for his good looks are due to years of breeding work at Old Mountain Farm and Buttin’Heads. To see his pedigree, click HERE.
He’s the son of CH Old Mountain Farm Quentin Quinn and 3*M Buttin’Heads Calligraphy *D. Both Old Mountain Farm and Buttin’Heads have been breeding outstanding Nigerian Dwarf goats for years, and we’re fortunate to have those fantastic bloodlines in our herd!
Here’s a photo of his sire:
And here’s a photo of his dam:
The plan is to have Celtic linearly appraised later this summer, and I’m looking forward to see what the appraiser has to say about him. The judges in the show ring have really liked the way he’s put together. No matter what, he’s earned himself the spot of head buck at Bramblestone Farm!