Almost no one breeds GOLDEN DUTCH any more. A pair does not breed true. They are a cross of Light Brown and Silver Dutch, that is bred to a formula. Females look identical to Silvers and you cannot know if you have a Golden female without breeding her according to the formula. And those Silver hens carry a red factor that ruins the Silver males they can produce with a bit of rust or smut on the back, wings and is not possible to totally breed out. The Cream Light Browns, that breed true and are a more golden color have replaced them with breeders of Dutch. When you find one Golden male==you will just have ONE, and the male only, until you have LBs, Silvers, to recreate each generation of the variety. Even in Holland, where the Goldens used.to be bred, now raise Cream Light Brown (Geelpartrijs) instead. Not to hard to find wonderful CLBs in the SE. Phoenix Bantams added CLB from he Dutch and still call their CLBs "Golden". but that is how they can breed true Golden in most lines of Phoenix.
Too late to help? Sorry I was not checking several months ago!