3rd FEMALE CRIA in a row, out of different sires! Newest 2009 female cria, Marika, out of Accoyo America Thunderbird, has incredible bright fleece, lots of bundling, and perfect conformation.
Ciara will catch your eye out in a field of alpacas. She has great presence and well-balanced build and a beautiful head. Her dam, Nicola is out of Mukluk who produced Patagonia's Magenta, a female that did well in the showstring in 2005 and went on to sell for $55,000 as a maiden at auction. Nicola's sire is Yukon, a grey Sinopsis son. Ciara's sire is Seymour, a black Cabellero Andante son who was on the Patagonia showstring in 2003 and won several blue ribbons including AOBA nationals and AWE. Ciara's paternal granddam has produced several blue ribbon winning offspring. Ciara's fleece has a bold, well-defined crimp. She delivered her August 2007 cria, a beautiful dark brown female out of Quijote, a medium silver grey Patagonia herdsire. Her cria, Patagonia's Pakalana, has ve
Patagonia's Neruda son with SILVER GREY GENETICS available for the FIRST TIME in the Pacitic Northwest! Javier is a stately medium silver grey son of the famous Patagonia's Neruda, who just sold for over $200,000. True to his sire's sire Shackleton's genetics, Javier is retaining his fiber fineness as he has matured into a herdsire. Javier is compact sized male like his sire, Neruda. He has a beautiful full topknot, correct bite and conformation, calm disposition, and carries himself with dignity. We hope that you will find a place for Javier in your breeding schedule. We look forward to his cria this summer!
DRIVE-BY & MOBILE BREEDINGS AVAILABLE!
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A Patagonia's Neruda grand daughter, this lovely dark fancy patterned female traveled 'cross country to join my herd. The colors in her background are primarily grey and true black, but her spots are silver grey & fawn.
"Dots" has a nice solid frame and is an easy going girl to work with. Her show ribbons speak for themselves, especially since the classes were against the white multis! As an adult, her fiber is not the finest in the world, but she has a good consistency and fabulous density.
A maiden when she came to me in 2011, I chose Magic as her first service sire to encourage fineness in her cria's fiber. She gave birth in June to a lovely dark fawn female, who has been named Pecan Sandie. Not a spot on her! Isn't genetics fascinating? Dots is a nurturing mother, the baby grew well, and mom maintained condition nicely. Sandie is now weaned and sold to New Dawn Alpacas in Virginia.
I've got plans for this girl; a bit of an experiment. Her next breeding will be with an incredible Appaloosa herdsire from Enchanted Hill Alpacas, their "Speck-tacular" boy, Confetti.