Castle Rock Lady Rainicorn 5*M


rainicorn1Castle Rock Lady Rainicorn 5*M
DOB:  04/25/13
21″ at 4 years old

Sire: CRF Castle Rock Harvest Moon +B *S
(Rosasharn’s TL Sitka Spruce +*S x SGCH-MCH Castle Rock Once Ina Blue Moon 2*D)

Dam: SGCH Algedi Farm H Purple Rain 4*M 4*D VEEV 90
(Rosasharn’s UMT Hamachi *B x GCH Rosasharn’s TL Zenith 3*D EEVE 90)

ADGA Pedigree

I am so very excited to introduce Castle Rock Lady Rainicorn! Not only does she have the MOST AWESOME NAME EVER but she is, hands down, the sweetest goat I’ve ever met.

Rainy is out of SGCH Algedi Farm H Purple Rain 4*M 4*D VEEV 90 by  CRF Castle Rock Harvest Moon +B *S. I have been wanting to incorporate Rain’s genetics into my herd for a couple of years but when she was retired in 2013 I thought I had lost the opportunity. Of course at the worst possible time for us to take on another doe, Sarah at Castle Rock Farm asked me if I would be interested in Rainicorn. I knew I shouldn’t. I already had more does than I wanted. But then I met her and fell in love with her. I knew immediately that I had to make room for her.

Milked out but standing natural

Milked out but standing natural

Rainy is a long and level doe with a very wide flat rump, nice angularity and naturally stands uphill .  She has great udder potential from both her dam and her sire. I’d like to see tighter shoulders and more body capacity.

Her dam, Rain, earned a Top 10 award in both the one day test (2010) and the 305 day test (2011) in milk, protein and butterfat. Rain had a high and wide udder with a broad area of attachment, strong MSL and easy to milk teats.

Her sire, Harvey, has several daughters that are now finished champions. His dam, Castle Rock Once Ina Blue Moon earned a Top Ten award in the one-day milk test.

Rainy had a tough first freshening with a large buckling that decided he wanted to take the shape of a pretzel before coming out. Things got a bit too invasive and due to swelling we weren’t able to get the kid out vaginally so she had to have an emergency c-section. Fortunately she healed up fantastically and you wouldn’t even know she had an issue. Her second freshening – again a single buckling – was much more normal.


3rd Freshening 12 hr fill at 2 weeks

She freshened with a very capacious udder with a nice foreudder, open orifices and well defined medial. She produced a tremendous amount of milk for being a first freshener and easily earned her milk star that year.













Linear Appraisal

YearAgeHeight (inches)General AppearanceDairy StrengthBody CapacityMammaryFinal Score

DHIR Records

AgeLactationDIMMilk (lbs)Fat (lbs)Fat %Protein (lbs)Protein %

*Milk test was stopped short due to our milk room burning down.

Kidding Record

AgeKidding DateSireDoesBucks
2.03May 8, 2015Castle Rock Triumph01
2.88March 13, 2016Castle Rock Black Oak *S01
2.88March 13, 2017Castle Rock Mad About the Moon120170402_070958120170318_174143


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