N395 KISMET HERO’S USER FRIENDLY – ADGA #N1085702
Friendly is a very tall buck with extremely high and sharp withers, a strong topline and overall correctness indicated by scoring FS90 twice as an aged buck. He is a well bred buck, with strong genes leading back to the famous GCH ++*B Hallcienda Frosty Marvin, a remarkable 17 times.
His daughters have excelled in the show ring at a National Level. Starting in 2002, his daughters have consistently placed well at the National Show. His junior daughters have been 3x2nd and 3x3rd place Junior Get-Of-Sire at the ADGA National Show, but in 2008 they made the final jump and placed 1st in the Junior Get-Of-Sire class. One of his daughters, Risin’ Creek UF Martini, was 2nd place Intermediate Kid in 2002 and 6th place Two Year-Old with 3rd Udder at the 2004 ADGA National Show. In 2003, he sired the AGS Junior National and Reserve Junior National Champions. Other daughters, GCH Risin’ Creek There She Is 1*M 5-04 91 (EEVE), was 1st place Senior Kid in 2004 and 1st place Two Year-Old Milker at the 2006 ADGA National Show; Risin’ Creek UF Chantelle 3-05 89 (E+EV) was the 1st place Junior Kid in 2004, 12th place Two Year-Old at the 2006 ADGA National Show, and dam of the 2007 ADGA Junior National Champion; GCH Risin’ Creek User Imagination 1*M 3-05 89 (VEEE) was 3rd place Intermediate Kid in 2003, 3rd place Senior Yearling in 2004, and 4th place Three Year-Old at the 2006 ADGA National Show in addition to being the 2003 AGS National Reserve Junior Champion; and SGCH Risin’ Creek Caramel Sundae 1*M 4-04 91 (VEEE) was the 6th place Milking Yearling with 2nd Udder in 2006 and 2nd place Two Year-Old with 2nd Udder at the 2007 ADGA National Show. The 2008 ADGA National Show also brought out some “Friendly” stars with; Risin’ Creek UF Mona placing 2nd in the Senior Kid class; Risin’ Creek UF Yugo Girl was 5th place Senior Yearling; Risin’ Creek UF Mariah 2-04 90 (VVEE) was 4th place Milking Yearling; his Senior Get-Of-Sire was 2nd place while his Junior Get-Of-Sire topped their class. In addition to these daughters, there has been at least six others who have placed in the Top Ten of their classes at National Shows. It is obvious by now that User Friendly can produce offspring that can consistently strut their stuff on the biggest stage.
You can expect Friendly to clean up front ends, strengthen toplines, especially in the chine. He will also add some refinement and dairy character. In the mammary we have seen an improvement in the height and arch of the rear udder along with a stronger medial suspensory ligament. ~ Tim Vanzant
- Weight: 1 oz