Curbstone Valley Carmenta 4*M 7*D AR 3055

Born: March 21, 2015    

Sire: GCH Castle Rock Abraham Darby +*B +*S AR HS
SS: CRF Castle Rock Guy Noir ++*B +S AR HS
SD: GCH-ARMCH CRF Castle Rock Tuscan Sun 1*M *D VEEE 90

Dam: SGCH Castle Rock Minerva 3*M 6*D AR 2775 VEEV 88
DS: Castle Rock Tanzanite +*B *S
DD: GCH Castle Rock Karhmann Ghia 2*M 5*D AR 2528 EEEE 91


DNA: PQ   |   α S1-Casein: B/B


1 x Junior Grand Champion, 1 x Best Junior Doe in Show

In Roman mythology, Carmenta is one of the Camenae, prophetic water goddesses that preside over fountains and springs. 

When Carmen’s dam, Minerva, produced quadruplet daughters last season, choosing just one to retain was almost impossible. As such, we elected to retain three of Minnie’s daughters, Pomona, Aurora, and Carmenta. Carmen not only has many of the qualities I much admire in her sire, and dam, including her length of body, broad, level rump, and very soft, pliable, dairy skin, she also has an incredibly mellow disposition. 

This young doe holds a lot of promise in regards to dairy production, too. Her dam, as a first freshener, easily earned her advanced registry milking star, with both ADGA and AGS, for milk volume, butterfat, and protein, producing more than 800 lbs of milk. Her sire also has excellent dairy genetics running through his pedigree. 

Carmen is already off to a great start in the show ring. At less than three months old she earned her junior Grand Champion restricted leg, and went on to win Best Junior Doe in Show. 

2.003/19/2017Curbstone Valley Alpheios *B *S11
3.003/28/2018Castle Rock Roxstar30
4.004/3/2019CH Alethia HB Destiny's Starman *B *S01
1.1112017 Total287680 lbs43 lbs32 lbs
YearAgeHeight (Inches)General AppearanceDairy StrengthBody Capacity MammaryFS