If you aren't around sheep much, you may think they all look a lot alike other than size, colors of wool, or breeds. You might not know that some sheep are homely, most are cute or average, but only a few are knock-outs.
I doubt beauty in a sheep makes much difference in which ones get bred first because rams are more about basics like-- who's in heat and can I get there before another ram. But humans can observe, and this little lady is a beauty queen. She doesn't have a bad angle.
We don't name livestock; but if I did, I'd call her Marilyn. She is one of a set of triplets born last year right before Imbolc-- Triplets in time for Imbolc. Her mother had twins this year (thank goodness as she's getting up there in years) just ahead of her daughters. Her mother, who is not a beauty, is a super mom, and it's obvious this little gal carries the mom gene. Her beauty is all her own.