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Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  4/22/2009
Heritage:   1/8 Bolivian, 7/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  0031613903
Color:  Light Fawn
 
     
 

 

 
 

HAA Heaven's Peruvian Simplicity   

 
   

Medium Fawn, 1151893, Full Peruvian

 
   

We call her "Cha Cha" because she's always dancing around. She is a very well built and graceful girl, with a pleasing personality and great fleece. Both her parents were black, so we can safely say she covers black.

She is now a proven great mom, having given us a blue ribbon winning dark brown female, Christmas Island Special. It was an easy birth and despite the cold weather she gave her baby plenty of milk to grow on.

UPDATE: CHA CHA DELIVERED A BEAUTIFUL 18 POUND LIGHT FAWN BOY ON APRIL 22. HE HAS HIS FATHER'S TRADEMARK BONE AND DENSITY WITH LOTS OF HIS MOTHER'S COLOR AND STYLE. HE'S ALREADY THE TERROR OF THE PASTURES, AND THE QUALITY OF HIS FLEECE CAN BE SEEN FROM A DISTANCE.

Cha Cha and her cria are being offered with a rebreed when she is ready, and if you act soon you can decide on the herdsire.

 
       
  Elever's Balle  
    White, 827395, 1/8 Bolivian, 7/8 Peruvian  
   

This guy has a lineage that can't be beat. His father was Get of Sire at AOBA in 1998, and his maternal grandfather was one of the most sought after Peruvian imports who sold for $105,000 back in 1994 and now lives in Australia. That bloodline is extremely limited here in the states.

"Buddy" is so dense and his coverage is so complete that he looks like a polar bear. He has a uniform crimp and very nice handle to his fleece. His great conformation and personality make him a herdsire with everything. When it comes to herdsires, we believe that "the proof is in the progeny". His first 17 crias are on the ground, 9 females and 8 males, and they are gorgeous colors, including black, with lots of crimpy fleece, perfect conformation and beautiful typey heads. He has more on the way and we can't wait. We have learned that Buddy is what is known as a "diluter"; although he's white he usually throws color when bred to color.

November update: Please check out his latest of

 
       
 

 

 
  Micron Count
2010: 18.4--3.8--20.6--99.2%--at one year
 
     
 

 

 
HC Yellowstone Sold!
 

Listed by Pete & Sonda Caffrey of Gardner, KS

   
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Yellowstone, known here as Stoney, is a great example of good breeding. He has his father's big bone and density, and his mother's color and style. He has that trademark "Buddy" head. He's looking like a good future herdsire.

Spring, 2010 Update: Stoney placed 6th at his first show, in that very competitive MOPACA show this spring, and Judge Amanda VondenBausch had great things to say about both his conformation and his fleece. He is maturing nicely, and already has an eye for the ladies. His fleece stats are quite nice. His fleece is unform and bright. This could be your future light fawn herdsire for the price of a one breeding!


  Awards Received
2nd Place MOPACA Spin-Off 2011

6th Place of 10, Fawn Yearling class, Mid-America Alpaca Show 2010, Judge Jill MacLeod

2nd Place 2010 AlpacaMania Spin-Off

6th place Fawn males--MOPACA--March 2010--Amanda VondenBausch


Price: Sold

       

   

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prime fleece



typey looks

 
This listing was last updated on 3/5/2012 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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