Medium Silver Grey, 825858, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/2 Other/Unknown
Bandit is an excellent proven silver grey male whose fine, crimpy fleece forms distinct bundles. He has good coverage with crimp extending all the way to his toes! He's got a beautiful and distinctive head that he passes on to his offspring. Bandit started breeding at two years of age and his first crop of stunning crias hit the ground in 2004. Three of his offspring are greys produced by fawn females and they are winners! At the Great Western Alpaca Show in Denver, his son, Bisturi, placed first in his halter class and was Reserve Grey Color Champion in both 2005 and 2006. His daughter, PFF Bandit's Calico Rose, won 4th place in her class of 13 juvenile female silver greys. At the 2007 MidAmerica Alpaca show, Bandit had the second place Get of Sire while daughter PFF Calamity Jane and son Bisturi took top awards in the fleece show. His true black granddaughter, PFF Omarosa, began her show career in 2008 with two blue ribbons plus a color championship at the Minnesota Alpaca Expo
Debutant, like her dam Debut, is a rich chocolate brown female. With grey and black in her pedigree, black trim on her legs, face and ears and a white face that reflects her grey lineage, shes destined to produce black or grey offspring. Her sire, the son of Peruvian Olympus, is a medium silver grey. He has produced some outstanding offspring including multi-champion Bisturi and PFF Calico Rose, dam of 2X champion, PFF Omarosa.
Debutant has correct conformation and a fleece that is bright and fine with low SD and CV, soft handle and excellent staple length.
Update: Debutant delivered a 16.7 lb boy on 4/22/2011. She has been an awesome mom; plenty of milk and great mothering skills. I wish all first time moms were this perfect!