CPeruvian Accoyo Express 0222 is a phenomenal full Accoyo medium fawn herdsire with elite limited bloodlines. Express offspring are consistently winning in the show ring. He has produced Color Champion offspring in every color class,and gender.
His sire, Accoyo Albus, has had only five registered offspring in the U.S. and Express is the only male he produced here in the States before being exported to England, where he continues to win Get-Of-Sire. Express is really a one of a kind in many ways, you can breed him to any color, he will always bring to the table finess,color,good bone,great conformation,and consistent crimp throughout.
We are proud to offer our newest herdsire, Braylon. He now has a beautiful female cria on the ground. She has very nice conformation and a bright fleece to go along with great presence.
Braylon closed out his show career by winning blue at the Michigan Breeders show and also pulled in an impressive haul at MIAF. First, he took a blue ribbon and Reserve Color in halter and was then asked to represent his sire Accoyo Express in Get of Sire. The judges first statement was, "Take a good look at these 3 peas in a pod" and promptly placed them in first.
This full Peruvian Accoyo Express son has a great look about him to go along with his bright and fine fleece. Just one look at his face and you can't help but fall for this guy.
His sire, Accoyo Express (co-owned by AlpacaStock and Irish Meadows) has produced numerous show winners in virtually every color of the alpaca rainbow.
Braylon's dam, Arcadia, is one of our best foundation females and is a multiple blue ribbon winner. During her illustrious show career, she walked away with blue at two Level V shows, MAPACA and The Buckeye. Then she broke through and took the Reserve Color Championship at the Michigan International Alpacafest.
Braylon has been dealt a fine hand in the lineage department. Express's sire, Albus was exported to England so his bloodline in the US is very limited. On the dam's side he has Royal Fawn genetics to go along with a true black granddam from the Macusani Region of Peru. Our guess is that he should be able to produce offspring darker than himself and probably black.
Keep tuned cuz this little guy has a bright future. Braylon is co owned with Indian Prairie Alpacas in Indiana.
Awards Received Reserve Color Champion 2007 MIAF 1st Place 2007 MIAF Represented Get of Sire-1st Place 2007 MIAF 2nd Place 2007 Western Ohio Triple Crown 1st Place 2008 Michigan Breeders Show