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Junior kid

Junior kid

Legacy Hill Nike

Goat, Nubian, First Freshener (female) | Brown, black trim & white poll

ADGA# N2033098 | DOB: 6/1/2019 (Under 1 yr)

Legacy Hill Orion

Legacy Hill Orion

NubianBuck (male)White
ADGA# N1725168DOB: 2/18/20155 yrs
Sire: *B Saada King’s X SS: +*B Kastdemur’s King of the Hill SD: GCH Saada Lemon Xanado 7*M Dam: Legacy Hill Dynamite DS: *B LakeShore TO RocksOn DD: Blissberry CC Dawn Our second home-grown herd sire descends from Legacy Hill Dynamite (VEVE 90) and our original and proven Saada King’s X. Dynamite sports one of the most lovely and well-balanced mammary systems we have seen at Legacy Hill Caprines. We felt that the combination of these two would make a suitable replacement for our beloved King’s X. Orion's littermate sister Chamois went 2x GCH/BOB and BUOB on the strength of her mammary system. Orion appraised VEV 88 this year as a 2-year old
 ADGA# N1725168 White
Legacy Hill Pandora

Legacy Hill Pandora

NubianSr. Doe (female)Black; White Poll; Frosted Ears
ADGA# N1935734DOB: 2/23/20182 yrs
We had high expectations for this girl, being a Phoenix daughter and Elite granddaughter. She handily earned her dry leg at her first show as a senior kid. Pandora demonstrates a great front-end assembly and is smoothly blended throughout. She freshened with a gorgeous, capacious udder and we really love the side profile of her mammary system. She rose to the top of our yearling milkers, going 3x 1st in the ring, and went Grand Champion at the show in Logan, Utah! So far she has exceeded our expectations! We are looking forward to seeing Pandora with a second freshening and are excited to see her with more growth and more capacity in her mammary! Reserve Kids Now
 ADGA# N1935734 Black; White Poll; Frosted Ears
Service Sire:
DKGH Rock It Endeavor

DKGH Rock It Endeavor

NubianBuck (male)Brown; Black Trim
ADGA# N1783006DOB: 3/1/20163 yrs
For several years we have become acquainted with and admired Dan & Karla Greene's Greenehaven Nubians--generally from a few places down the line:). At the Boise Show in 2016, we could hardly believe our good fortune when we asked the Greene's about any available bucklings they might have left. They pointed at Rock It Endeavor, whose dam had just gone BDIS and whose sire would later go BBIS. We thought about it for a few seconds...and then loaded him up! Rock It Endeavor connects to our herd's genes on both sides of his pedigree. We intend to find out what he'll bring to Legacy Hill Caprines as quickly as nature will allow. Sincere thanks to the Greene family! Endeavor's dam, SGCH DKGH Emmy Eva EX92 EEEE, is a gorgeous, capacious doe. She carries a very productive mammary system and we loved watching her in the ring. She placed 8th place in the 4 year old class at the 2015 ADGA national show! His full sister, SGCH DKGH Rockin' Eve, has followed her dam's footsteps scoring an impressive EX92 EEEE and even excelling her dam in the show ring. She went 2nd place 2 year old at the ADGA National Show in 2017 and in 2019, she went 2nd place/1st udder in the 4 year old class! She is the type of animal that we're breeding for and we hope Endeavor can get us there! Endeavor himself is such a majestic buck. He is so long and level with a wonderful front-end assembly and we appreciate his wonderful breed character. As a yearling and two year old racked up a lot of Reserve Grand Champions but as a three year old, was able to go 1X Grand Champion and 1X Reserve Champion at the show in Logan, Utah 2019! Endeavor appraised VVV 87 as a yearling
 ADGA# N1783006 Brown; Black Trim

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We were so excited for Nike after we saw Pandora's mammary system. She is the sweetest kid but her personality is not the only reason we love her. Her general appearance is impressive being very level over the topline and smoothly blended throughout. We cannot wait to see her grow and develop throughout the year!

Reserve Kids Now


2019 Member of 2nd place Get-of-Sire Utah State Fair
2019 1X 2nd place (to a herdmate)

Updated 1/30/2020