Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31195461 Color:
Amber B Sienna
Medium Fawn, 832227, Peruvian & Chilean
Sienna has beautiful, large black eyes and fuzzy ears. She exhibits excellent conformation with strong bone and stature which she passes on to her cria. Her fleece is bright and extremely dense. Sienna is a great, attentive mother with plenty of milk,no birthing issues, and who produces robust crias; the latest, Triton, weighed in at a whopping 22 lbs! Sienna has won several ribbons on the show circuit.
HDF Prince Phillip
White, 842723, Full Peruvian
Prince Phillip's regal presence and impeccable conformation are due to his impressive and exclusive lineage. His sire, Predictor, (100% Allianza, out of Hemingway), is no longer available for outside breedings. His maternal grandsire is PPPeruvian El Moustachio who is 100% Accoyo. This exclusive lineage gives him the best of both worlds.
Not only has he racked up an impressive pile of ribbons and 1 color champion, but Prince Phillip's fleece is incredible...4 fleece champions! "Wow"! is the typical comment from visitors to the farm.
Prince Phillip is passing along his superior qualities to his progeny.
6 BLUES and 2 CHAMPIONSHIPS! Happy Birthday Triton! VAOBA FLEECE SHOW - 2012 - 2ND PLACE "IMPRESSIVE FINENESS & HANDLE IN THIS UNIFORM FLEECE"
Triton's fleece is very fine and extremely dense.His fleece style exhibits that high frequency, high amplitude crimp, and it's Oh, So Soft! And, did I say FINE! His impressive fiber statistics for 2009, was a micron count of 16.3, SD 2.7, CV 16.7%, %>30 0.3! Look at his 2011 stats! You'll be amazed at his brightness and sheen so bring on that tanning lotion and sunglasses! UPDATE: This brightness & sheen is now exhibited in his offspring!
Triton carries the Allianza and Accoyo genetics and the impressive lineage of his Sire, HDF Prince Phillip, with Predictor, Hemingway, and El Moustachio genetics. On his Dam's side, his grandfather is Peruvian Bonanza and great grandfather is Peruvian Chocolateer. Triton has the presence and stature we want in a herdsire, as well as perfect conformation. According to the Judge at the 2008 VAOBA Expo, "You'd definately want this male in your breeding program", and at the Carolina Classic where Triton won a first place and Color Championship, the Judge stated he was the "clear winner with consistency end to end in crimp and micron."
Awards Received VAOBA Expo 2012 - Fleece - 2nd Place - 19 out of 20 - Fineness & Handle VAOBA Expo 2011 - Fleece - 1st Place WV Fiber Festival 2011 - Fleece - 1st Place Palmetto Classic 2010 - Halter & Spin-Off - 2nd Place Carolina Alpaca Celebration 2010 - Spin Off - 2nd Place VAOBA Expo 2009, Fleece - 1st Place Kentucky Classic Alpaca Show 2009, Halter - 1st Place Palmetto Classic 2009, Halter - 2nd & RESERVE CHAMPION VA Classic 2009, Halter - 1st Place OABA Alpacafest 2009, Halter - 4th out of 13 Maryland Show & Sale 2009, Halter - 4th out of 14 Carolina Classic 2008, Halter - 1st Place & COLOR CHAMPION OABA Alpacafest 2008 (level 5), Halter - 4th out of 14