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Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  5/5/2011
Heritage:   3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Other/Unknown

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31980715
Color:  Dark Fawn
 
     
 

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New Fenwick's Full Moon Rising   

 
   

Medium Brown, 30862180, 3/8 Chilean, 5/8 Peruvian

 
   

Born just as the full moon was rising in October 2008 (hence her name), this little girl came out with loads of fiber on her. She's sweet, easy going, doesn't mind being handled and she comes from the well known Sauk Creek Sebastian...a 13 blue ribbon winner and 6 x champion!

Moon (we call her), exhibits wonderful conformation, long staple, fullness and oh so fine! Her dense bone structure is a carbon copy of her sire's.

Moon has much potential. She's placing in the shows with positive comments about her fleece and bone structure! They love her typey look too! Her ½ siblings (out of Sebastian) are taking blues and reds! Very competitive class!

You know, there are just some breedings that you can't help but be more excited over and this is one...we have bred Moon to our male Cedar! Woo-hoo...what a pairing we think! With Cedar's "cute factor", fineness, perfect bite, bone density that almost all his cria exhibit...and with Moon's lineage

 
       
  Woodland Meadows Cedar  
    Dark Fawn, 841858, 1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian  
   

Cedar is at 14 girls/10 boys so far and more due! They have dad's typey head, and exhibiting wonderful fleece characteristics! His kids have done well in the show ring too!

Judges comment on his typey macho head and how his bold crimpy fleece has a nice strong structure to it, as well as an exceptionally soft handle! Judge Timmerman stated that he "excels in his class". She also stated that "he has strength in his body, correctness in his fiber and uniform throughout". She said Cedar is a "very stylish male".

- Stud fee $750, Email us if you need a payment plan. Small farm discount available.

- DRIVE-BY = $750 (you bring females to our farm for the breeding only).

- MOBILE BREEDING = $750 + $25 travel time + .50 cents per mileage fee. Mileage is paid at time of service. Distance is limited.).

- AGISTING DURING BREEDING PERIOD = $750 fee + $250 (up to 45 days) fo

 
       
 
 

 

 
New Fenwick's Cedar's Miakoda Sold!
 

Listed by Rob & Kim Baake of Holden, MO

   
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Miakoda - beautiful as her name (which means "Power of the Moon" and named after her mom). Mia, we call her, is a beauty! She has beautiful soft, crimpy fiber with a moderate density coming in. Her fineness and staple come from her blue ribbon winning sire, Woodland Meadows Cedar. She's got the typey look and very nice straight legs/conformation! Her grandsire is 6 x color champion Sauk Creek Sebastian!

Her winnings include:
4th place!!! Halter - out of 6 - 2012 MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show - Kansas City - Judge Vanden Bosche's comments were straight topline, typey look, fineness and uniformity of that fineness.

4th place!!! Halter - out of 6 - 2012 A-OK Blast Off - Oklahoma - Judge Kevin O'Leary - comments included: typey look, fineness and uniformity of that fineness.

Call for a visit...the coffee's on!


  Awards Received
4th place!!! Halter - out of 6 - 2012 MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show - Kansas City - Judge Vanden Bosche's comments were straight topline, typey look, fineness and uniformity of that fineness


Price: Sold

       

 
 

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A real beauty


straight legs!



My grandsire

 
This listing was last updated on 5/16/2012 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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