Some judges comments, "great conformation", "large bones", "beautiful silver fleece", "crimp right up the neck", "this boy is put together", "extremly uniformed fleece for a silver", "great hand to this fleece" Our comments, we are fortunate to own such a beautiful male. Smoke's cria are following in his foot step in the show ring, many Color Champ and Res Champ. Check out his sons now available for stud and for sale.
Elph is out of Cienega Creeks fabulous male, High Desert Smoke. We expected him to throw color due to his black, gray and white background. He is one of those alpacas that immediately catch the eye of all farm visitors. Elph has the most unusual coloring with his light brown head, neck, and legs, his grey muzzle and ears and his light fawn blanket with darker fawn accents. He has fabulous bone structure and his strong legs are covered in so much fiber that you can barely see his toes. Very typey head with such an incredible top-knot. Even with all the color in his background and those color hints through-out his fleece, he took a 4th place in Yearling Light Fawn Class at 2008 SW Regional Alpaca show in his first show and followed it up with two 3rd place ribbons at the 2008 LA Deep South Alpaca Show and the 2009 TxOLAN Spectacular. "Striking" is the description used by countless people, including the judges, at these shows. His first cria, Elph's Saint Nicholas, a near carbon-copy, took first place at the 2013 TXOLAN Spectacular. His most recent cria is a bay black male, TR Elph's Elijah, who has so much fiber that people constantly refer to him as a black bear. Great beginning for this herdsire.
Awards Received 2008 4th Place - Yearling Light Fawn-Southwest Regional Alpaca Show 2008 3rd Place - Yearling Light Males - LA Deep South Alpaca Show 2009 3rd Place - 2 Yr old Light Fawn Males - TxOLAN Spectacular 2009 5th Place - 2 Yr old Light Males - LA Deep South Alpaca Show