Masculine, of moderate size, narrowing towards the nose. Full in shape, especially the
forehead and under the eyes. A good width between the horns (two or three finger’s
length). Nostrils should be black and not too wide. No wool on forehead or cheeks.
Should be a moderate length between the eye and nose with a deep strong jaw.
Wide, not too long, and sound.
Moderate thickness and length, tilted up (in the style of a horse’s ear).
Large and lively, good width between, not too close to the horn.
Good width between the two horns that do not rise straight up and come down but
they have a good, clear curve. Of moderate size and lightweight, the aim should be to
have a yellow colour as much as possible. While horned rams are approved, a good ram
should not be rejected because it is polled.
Moderate size, strong that blends well into the chest.
Round, full, strong and blends well to the rear. No weakness behind the shoulder that
carries well from the nape.
Wide, deep and long; good continuation.
Strong, short but carries well from the shoulder to the loin; flat and full.
Deep bow and enough to ensure plenty of girth around the heart.
Broad, full and strong, short of the rib to the top of the thigh.
Wide, with a good length from its hip to the tail base, and to carry well.
Full, a little below the hock, full and rounded at the base of the tail. Rough wool
(blending well into the rump).
Wide, to come down well to the hocks with rough wool.
Wide, and woolly. Scrotum not carried too low nor split.
Moderate with good flexibility in the leg, wide and flat (like a horse’s).
Black nails, hard hoof and wide sole.
Moderate length to the joint and no wool on the legs below the joint.
Yellow, cream-coloured or golden and white spots.
Thick, strong fleece with good length. White in colour but should not be penalised for
having colour on neck or tail.
Resilient and solid with a light and lively walk holding head up well.