Oh My what a pleasant surprise, we were sorting through our fleeces and across our skirting table was Wellington's coal black fleece, and it was wonderful to see lots of tactile crimp in there, which explains why Duke is a major player on our herdsire row, and why Cinderella and Wynonna both sold at under a year old. Her background includes: 4Peruvian Royal Condor 6020-TB as her Sire and The Queen's Mother's Princess-TB as her Dam also is NZ Caithness Dunedin 156-TB and NZ Caithness Charlotte 173-TB.
Wellington is a solid true black proven female and an excellent mom. She has fiber coverage on every inch of her body with large black coal eyes. Density that she passes on to her crias.
Her 2008 male Michelangelo's Duke of Wakeman is a reserve champion, his fleece took top honors at 2010 AOBA Nationals not only winning the dark brown class but also bringing home the ribbon for highest score over all the brown fleeces. 2011 AOBA Nationals Duke took first place again in a class of 11 missing highest score by 1/2 point. 2011 Duke's Fleece wins "Judge's Choice" at the Empire Fleece Show over 114 entries. His fleece ribbons are to numerous to list!
Her 2009 female MRAR Picasso's Miss Lady Cinderella was sold to Ohio Valley Alpacas after placing 6th in a very tough Juvi class at Buckeye.
Her 2010 female MRAR Zepplin's Wazzup Wynonna was sold at 5 1/2 months of age to Tender Mercy Ranch, Congratulations to Linda and Bill. They had a long wait for Wynonna to be weaned.
Her 2011 male MRAR Anka's Sir Windsor, has been sold and now lives in New York with Susan.
Give us a call and let's talk about Wellington! Proven foundation dam that her crias sell!