Rafter O at Cordova Creek - Canyon Lake, Texas

MALE

  • Nickname Rafter O Indian Blanket
  • Date of Birth Apr 02, 2022
  • Mother Rafter O Four Leaf Clover
  • Father Blackberry's BQ Frozen Tundra *B

Rafter O Indian Blanket “Pancho”

Rafter O Indian Blanket - Pancho

Breed: Mini Nubian 3rd Gen
Date of Birth: 04-02-22
PERCENTAGE: 69.14% NUBIAN / 30.86% NIGERIAN
Two-tone Chamoisee.  Blue Eyes.
G6S Normal by Parentage

Pancho is a very masculine two-tone chamoisee, moon-spotted, blue-eyed buck.

Clover is a beautiful two-tone chamoisee doeling with blue eyes.  She is very feminine and has a great topline and overall conformation.  Clover’s pedigree is outstanding on both sides.  Her dam, Clair, comes from top Nubian herds.  Indy, her sire, is a purebred Mini Nubian with lineage back to quality, foundation Mini Nubian herds.  Her udder is amazing…high attachment, good teat size, and good capacity.  Clover won Grand Champion Mini Nubian Senior Doe at the Hill Country Mini Milkers Texas Two-Step in May 2022.

Tundra is our spectacular buck from out West.  He brings in a powerhouse pedigree of champs and milk stars. He’s got great conformation, and greatly improves his kids!  Tundra won Reserve Grand Champion Mini Nubian Buckling in the Fall 2020 MDGA Virtual Show!  Tundra also has his *B – milk star.  AND…Tundra won Reserve Grand Champion Mini Nubian Senior Buck in the Summer 2021 MDGA Virtual Show!

Pancho will be used on at least one doe for Spring 2023 kids.  

Name Origin

Indian Blanket

Firewheel or Indian Blanket is a popular annual growing 1-2(-3) ft. tall. The hairy stem is usually much-branched and becomes woody at the base late in the season. Branched stems, mostly leafy near the base, have showy flower heads with rays red at base, tipped with yellow, each with 3 teeth at broad end. The well-known flower heads are 1-2 in. across with a red center and a yellow outer band. Occasionally the three-cleft rays are solid orange or yellow. The disk flowers in the center are brownish red.

Frequent along roadsides in the Southwest, these wildflowers stand like hundreds of showy Fourth of July pinwheels at the top of slender stalks. Varieties are popular in cultivation, for they tolerate heat and dryness. Among several species in the Southwest, some flowers are entirely yellow.

Rafter O Indian Blanket - pedigree

Pancho Pedigree Photos

Health & Screenings

  • G6S Normal by Parentage

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