Avenganza is the first reason we purchased Royal Avenger when we had the chance to do it. Her half sister, Aviana, is the second reason. Both females are stylish and elegant and a wonderful representation of what Royal Avenger produces. We purchased Avenganza, who was the high seller at over six figures, at the Peruvian Classic in 2005.
This young female, by our Accoyo Royal Avenger, a Royal Fawn son, is feminine, elegant, well balanced, bold and eyecatching.
Open her peachy fawn fleece and you will see it part into fine, well-defined staples. It is consistent from skin to tip and from shoulder to hip.
We had searched far and wide to find a dark colored full Accoyo male to add to our breeding program; and it couldn't be just any dark Accoyo male. Our criteria were pretty stringent. Correct conformation was a given, along with a perfect bite; genetics had to be some of the best in the industry. His fiber had to be super fine but he had to have
There's not a thing you won't like about this up-and-coming junior herdsire. He is saturated with legendary Accoyo genetics--Caligula, El Nino, Vengador, Royal Fawn, Royal Avenger, and of course, his sire Enterprise. From there it only gets better because, not only does he have the credentials on paper, he's got all the qualities you might expect from such an impressive line-up.
His multi-champion dam, Avenganza, is one of the reasons we purchased Royal Avenger. She has done nothing but produce high-end cria for us year after year.
Both his 2011 and 2012 histogram give validation to everything we thought about his beautiful crimpy fleece. Not only does he have the fineness, but even just as importantly, he has the uniformity that we have strived so hard to achieve and are now getting on a regular basis from our herdsires. Lingering fineness should be what we are all breeding for and this young male seems to be on the path to attaining that.
His conformation is spot-on and his bite is absolutely correct. Plus, he's got a gorgeous full fibered head and needs to be trimmed around his eyes in order for him to see. Who doesn't love that look!
Awards Received VAOBA Alpaca Expo -- Dec 12 Light Fawn Two Year and Older Male Halter Judge: Helen Humphries Second Place
Virginia Classic--Mar 12 Light Yearling Male Halter Judge: Kathy Klay Third Place
VAOBA Alpaca Expo--Dec 11 Light Fawn Yearling Male Halter Judge: Sharon Loner Fourth Place
New Jersey Alpaca Classic--Nov 11 Light Fawn Yearling Male Halter Judge: Jude Anderson Fourth Place
Virginia Classic--Mar 11 Light Juvenile Male Halter Judge: Kathy Klay Second (behind our Penske who was first and color champion)
Southern Select--Mar 11 Light Fawn Juvenile Halter Judge: Amanda VandenBosch Third Place