Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31794879 Color:
Accoyo Highland Iona
White, 30537392, Full Peruvian
Irish Meadows is thrilled to have purchased Accoyo Iona!
We welcome this wonderful full Accoyo female to our farm. She is a multiple color champion, and has a 16.9 micron. Did we mention she has gorgeous fleece character?
Iona comes with a breeding to champion CPeruvian Accoyo Express, our fawn full Accoyo. Their cria together should be spectacular! After that she will be bred to Principe Dorato for another coveted fawn full accoyo offspring.
Marathon is now breeding! He has 12 confirmed pregnant by October, 2008!
EIGHT TIME CHAMPION, as of April, 2008! All in Halter, Full Fleece! FULL ACCOYO MEDIUM FAWN!
Marathon is one of a kind - this full Accoyo medium fawn male has "a next generation elite fleece," perfect head, bite and conformation. His fleece has a very high-amplitude crimp, is extremely bright, and well-bundled, with a long-staple length. Genetically, he is a fusion of Accoyo sires Caligula, Camilio and Auzengate (Australia). He has placed as Reserve or Color Champion in the first 8 out of 10 shows in his career, with 4 of the banners earned as a juvenile, all with blue ribbon wins.
He placed as Reserve Color Champion at the OABA Alpacafest, Nov. 2007 with a shear date of July, 2007, competing in full fleece.
We think this is a record for number of championships for a full Accoyo fawn male!
This fantastic male has fleece of the future and will bring your breeding program t
Irish Meadows Accoyo Friction is one of our first males from Accoyo America Marathon, and he hit the ground running! His dam is a 2 time champion with elite fleece and a 16 micron. Marathon, his sire, is an 8 time champion. We expect great things from this guy.
Friction is developing into a really nice junior herdsire. He's starting his show career with a great beginning. Second place at the Oklahoma blastoff, in a large class of 16. His fleece is looking very crimpy, bright, and has long staple. With a medium fawn sire, Friction should be able to pass all colors.
Awards Received Red, class of 16, Oklahoma Blastoff, January, 2011