I had to trim Ida's hooves at the last minute. Have I mentioned I'm a procrastinator?
Here is Devin showing Ida in the dry yearling class.
And since it was Kylee's first time showing, I went in to help her out with June.
Ida and June both got first in their classes, and June took Reserve Champion AOP doe. AOP stands for All Other Purebreds. Since Oberhaslis aren't very common, there are usually not enough to get their own breed classes, so they're lumped together with other less common breeds (like the Lamancha doe on the right of the picture below).