Circle C Main Event
DOB September 7, 2000
32.5" Black w/star
Sire: MGF Future Link - 32" Black
Dam: Queenie of Soderglen - 32" Black
What can we say about Main Event - other than WOW!! One of the most amazing black jacks out there, and he is now making his home here at Donkey Ridge Farm. Main Event is a multiple NMDA Champion and Best of Breed. Plus, he is producing NMDA champions. Main Event is going to be an amazing cross with our dark spotted jennets. Main Event is DNA typed with the NMDA.
Circle C Main Event's Show Record:
3rd Place - Get of Sire at the NMDA National Show, Hutchinson, Kansas 2014.
1st Place - Three and Four Year Old Jacks under Judge Larry Parnell and 2nd Place under Judge Sami Scheuring at the NMDA Loan Star State of Stars Miniature Donkey Show in Conroe, Texas, August 2005.
Model Donkey Mid Summer Classic Mule & Donkey Show, Lampasas, Texas, July 2004.
1st Place NMDA Jacks to Halter 2 Years Old, Shelbyville, Tennessee 2003.
NMDA Grand Champion Jack, Shelbyville, Tennessee 2003.
NMDA Best of Breed Shelbyville, Tennessee 2003.
Grand Champion Miniature Jack, Houston Livestock Show 2003.
2nd Place in Jacks, Illinois International Show 2002.
1st Place in Jacks, Corsicana Show, May 2002.
Grand Champion Model Donkey, Corsicana Show, May 2002.
2nd Place in 2 year old Jacks NMDA National Show, Shelbyville, Tennessee 2002.
NMDA Grand Champion Jack, Corsicana, Texas, August 2002.
SDMS Grand Champion Model Miniature Donkey, Lampasas, Texas, October 2002.
Grand Champion Model Donkey, Texas State Fair 2001.
1st Place Jacks, Texas State Fair 2001.
LN Stuart Little B
DOB: April 16, 2004
29.5" Black w/cross
Sire: Maxx's Little Buckaroo - 31" black
Dam: LN Black Lace - 30.5" black
Stuart is the perfect addition to our breeding program here at Donkey Ridge Farm. We feel that Main Event laid the foundation, and not Stuart is going to just improve on that foundation. Stuart will be an amazing cross to Main Event daughters, which our primary reason for adding him. However, he is also going to be an amazing cross to several other dark spotted jennets we have in our herd. We are anxious to see what 2019 holds in store, as that will be when the first Stuart foals are on the ground.