Why does AOA Senior Judge Amanda Vandenbosch keep bringing Bisturi daughters to notable alpaca auctions? Because she brings her best and in the case of her entry to the 2014 Priority Auction, she takes the honor of high selling female ($42K). Amanda's entry in today's Breeder's Edge Auction is another Bisturi daughter. Here's you opportunity to buy a gray proven female, again a Bisturi daughter. These girls are very rare as Bisturi was exported to Austria in 2013. GiGi is currently open and is offered with a breeding to Peruvian Shades of Silver, Ark's Tsunami or Our Peruvian Black Jag. All are multiple color champion winners. GiGi would be a great addition to any gray breeding program. Contact us today and let's talk more about GiGi.
GiGi is the product of a magnificent grey herdsire, Bisturi, who has received multiple purple banners both in the Midwest and on the West Coast. His background includes such notables as Peruvian Drambui, NWA,LTD Ike, Peruvian White Out, Peruvian Knock Out, and FRA Smokey the Bandit. GiGi's maternal lineage includes some well know Canadian herdsires. Her grandsire, High Plains Lockhart, was a two time Get of Sire winner who produced numerous champions during the first years of his limited breeding career. Lockhart's sire is HFL Super Sam, a Canadian Grand Champion and Get of Sire winner. GiGi has the genetics in her lineage that should make her a strong contributor to a grey or black breeding program.
GiGi was selected as the Grey Color Champion by Judge Peter Kennedy at the 2011 MN Alpaca Expo where we first saw her. In his comments, Judge Kennedy noted the fineness of her fleece and the uniformity between the light and dark fibers throughout her blanket. Additionally, he indicated that he liked her correct conformation on a compact frame.
Awards Received 2011 MN Alpaca Expo - Judge: Peter Kennedy 1st Yearling Grey Female Color Champion Grey Female