Gabriella is one of our top producers, giving us outstanding show quality crias year after year. Her sire, Mufasa, is out of Felix and one of our finest producing females, Natusha. Mufasa was Reserve Color Champion in 2000, and has maintained an incredibly fine fleece throughout his life. Gabby's dam is a true black, and therefore has the potential to throw some color for you. She is an excellent mom with lots of milk...her crias mature very quickly. Her fleece has a nice soft handle and has great coverage as well.
Medium Silver Grey, 820837, 1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian
Radar comes to us out of one of the first highly reputable gray breeding programs in the United States from Alan and Leah Dewald with Alpacas of Canyon Ridge. We have used Radar extensively in our breeding program and he has not disappointed us. . He added color ot our herd,rose grays, grays, blacks, browns, and fineness, density, and crimp frequency to our fleeces. His ancestry goes back to Caligula on his sires side, and Pewter on his dam's side. Radar is an excellent example of pulling together the fineness and density of his Peruvian heritage, and the richness of color, grays and true blacks, from his dam's Chilean heritage. His personality is very quiet and unassuming, and he is extremely easy to handle.
Gabriel is an exceptional example of the perfect combination of genetics from both his dam and sire's background. His dam goes back to Peruvian Felix as a great grandsire, and MRA Mufasa (full Peruvian, half Accoyo) as grandsire, who won white color champion in a highly competitive class at Estes Park Wool Market/ABR show in 2000. His sire, Radar, combines extensive gray genetics with the prestigous Accoyo Caligula line. Radar also took many blue ribbons, including the AOBA Show in 2001. Gabriel started his show career by taking a blue at GWAS 2007 as a juvi showing under Amanda Vandenbosch. He placed second to the National Gray Futurity Champion at the highly competitive 2008 ABR Fall Fest Show. Gabriel exhibits supreme richness of color, perfect conformation, consistency of crimp, and gorgeous sheen. He has a quiet personality, and demonstrates pride and great presence. His first crias include a gray male out of a gray dam, a gray female out of a beige dam, a white male out of a white dam, and a fawn female out of a fawn dam. His crias are the whole package showing exceptional fleece character, good disposition, presence, and style.
Awards Received 2008 ABR Fall Festival - Second Place next to National Futurity Gray Champion Male, Aussie 38 Special 2007 GWAS - First Place