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
Miss Kelsey P. Atlas comes from the excellent breeding program of Whistler's Glenn Alpacas. Kelsey is a nice size girl with solid bone, great head, and perfect conformation. Kelsey's fleece has a nice level of fineness and excellent density.
Kelsey's sire is the multiple champion Charles P. Atlas and her dam is WAR Peruvina Elisa (an Inca's Ransom daughter).
As a producer, Kelsey has an abundance of milk and births her cria easily. As an added bonus, her first two cria were both female.
Kelsey is being left open until the Spring of 2014 when we will breed her for what is sure to be an excellent cria.
Miss Kelsey P. Atlas sells with free breedings for life to any Luna Sky Alpacas herdsire.
Awards Received Second Place, Indiana Alpaca Invitational 2010. First Place, 2010 Spring Alpaca Show, Huron, Ohio. First Place, (Walking Fleece) 2010 Spring Alpaca Show, Huron, Ohio. Fourth Place, 2010 Heartland Classic.