We named him "Crown Prince" for a reason. Out of our black AOBA Reserve Color Champion, Boadicea, he has the fiber and conformation to make heads turn. His dam Boadicea was the queen of the show circuit in 2000 with folks waiting at the ring to purchase her as she won yet another blue ribbon. We made the decision to keep her as part of our foundation stock. She has rewarded that decision time and time again with Champion cria. Dam to four cria with multiple Blue ribbons and Banners, she is just as important to Crown Prince's genetics as his famous sire, Snowmass Peruvian Casanova. Crown Prince has combined the best of his dam and sire to be an example of the fineness, density, crimp, and conformation. As a mature male he added a blue ribbon from the highly regarded Ohio Alpacafest and a Reserve Color Championship from 2009 PAOBA Breeders Showcase. We believe that he is certainly one of the finest Peruvian gray males on the East Coast.
Iris has the look, the genetics, and the fiber to catch your eye! Her first histogram at eight months of age demonstrates the potential she has to produce the next line of fine fibered grays for you. With Royal Fawn, Yupanqui, and Bueno in her background, she comes by that exquisite fiber legitimately. Now add the color from her dam (bay black) and sire (medium silver gray), and that's the combination of WHITE AND COLOR breeders want to produce grays. Iris's dam is a Reserve Color Champion, and her sire is our gray-producing multiple banner and blue ribbon winner Casanova's Peruvian Crown Prince. Check out this girl on her own, or make it a sweeter deal by putting her together with another black or gray producer in our Black/Gray Package. We've bred Iris to Highland Chieftain (8X Banner winner and 18 Blues), so you can expect a high quality cria regardless of color or sex.
Iris' price of $8500 allows for payments with $2125 down and 12 monthly payments of $531.25 a month. Or choose 20% off for a cash price of $6800.