Honey is a full Peruvian, ½ Accoyo amazing foundation female out of 2 imports. What makes her so special? Where do I begin? Honey has a production history of having 80% female cria! She also has a history of being an easy breeder & very receptive. She has produced colors from WH to DF. Her 2008 cria is the breathtaking show girl TKAF Peruvian Emmy Award. Even her grand cria is a blue ribbon show girl. Honey is an alpha female, who is mild mannered, will eat out of your hand, but will also take charge if the youngsters are a bit too frisky. She has had unassisted births with robust cria having high IgGs. She is an excellent mother & forms tremendous bonds with each of her cria. At the age of 11, Honey still has perfect confirmation & a classic feminine beauty to her. She is a fading fawn, medium sized girl with major density & waxy handle and an easy keeper. She thinks shes a model and poses when the camera comes out. Last year, Honey produced TKAF Peruvian Emmy Award. S
Congratulations to his lovely daughter One Fine Day Clarisse who won fawn female color champion and then the coveted Judges Choice Award at the Indiana Invitational Show!!!!!
Charles won his FIFTH Get of Sire Blue ribbon at the 2009 Best of the Midwest Alpaca Show! Each of his wins has been in front of a different pair of judges and has used different offspring.
The Best of the Midwest Show saw 3 of his offspring win color banners. In her first show at just over 6 months of age, his Bay Black daughter Miss Clementine Atlas, won the blue ribbon in a large class, and then went on to win the Black Female Color Championship. Coffee Pot Indiana Jones and Coffee Pot Idelava both took the blue and went on to win the Reserve Champion Banner in both male and female brown.
His offspring had their first show year in 2008:
True Black Lady Tiffany Color Champion Bay Black son Mapquest Color Champion Fawn daughter Irreplaceable 3 time Color Champion Medium
Emmy is spectacular! This Full Peruvian, 3/8 Accoyo, Med Fawn girl was born having a stunning wedge head, velvety ears & solid poker straight legs. She is now 2 & con't to impress.
Emmy has Power Packed genetics. Her Dam (from 2 imports) is a Fading Fawn, Full Peruvian, ½ Accoyo foundation female w/ +80% female cria. Emmys sire is one of the most recently acclaimed herdsires of the area w countless champion cria ranging in color.. the Full Peruvian, ¼ Accoyo, Med Fawn Charles P Atlas (Quetzal, Timoteo & Matador)
Emmy is the kinda girl that makes everyone stop in their tracks to stare in admiration. She takes the term Full Coverage to a new level. She has the epitome of elite fleece: density, fineness, luster, uniformity, consistency, & a deep rich color. She has crimp from on her face, down her top knot to her nose & down her legs all the way to her toes!
Emmy is a signature Charlie Girl w/ an exquisite & unmistakable look that goes beyond the helmet head. Emmy has a proud upright stature & built on solid bone, carried w/ perfect conformation & bite. She is rock solid & blessed w a show stopping feminine flare.
Ok, so you get it she has it all, but what about personality? Emmy is a little lady who is mild mannered. She loves visitors to talk to her, pet her & kiss her soft nose. This hearty lady gets along with all the other alpacas and is not alpha.
Who should consider this girl? A farm with an up and coming herdsire that needs something of excellence to breed to, not overly bogged down with lineage. You want to get your farm on the map? You want to add a secret weapon to your artillery? This girl will do it! Think about it Emmy is what dreams are made of and with a dam like Honey (+80% female progeny) & sire like Charlie (~75% female progeny), she is destined to be the producer of superstar champion female cria
Awards Received 4th - 2009 Buckeye (3rd behind Champion, large class, with tui tips)
5th - 2009 Ohio Alpacafest (large class, most difficult competition we have seen - including Nationals!)
Service Sire: Awards Received 2013 Minnesota Alpaca Show Fleece Show - Reserve Color Champion
2011 Great Midwest Alpaca Festival - 1st Great Midwest Alpaca Festival - Color Champ I-80 Alpacafest - 1st I-80 Alpacafest - Color Champ Northern Illinois Alpaca Extravaganza - 1st place Northern Illinois Alpaca Extravaganza - Color Champ as a 2 year old Indiana Invitational - 3rd
2010 AOBA Nationals - 2nd GMAF - 1st GMAF - Reserve Color I-80 Alpacafest - 1st I-80 Alpacafest - Reserve Color Indiana Alpaca Invitational - 2nd Northern Illinois - 1st Northern Illinois - Color Champ Springfield Riverside - 1st Springfield Riverside - Reserve Color