Carmelina is a gorgeous dark fawn, full Peruvian, suri female born out of a true black dam. She has correct conformation, incredible coverage, and nice lock structure with deep luster. Carmelina is a great production dam and six of her seven offspring have been female.
Wild Fire is a 1/2 Accoyo DDF Peruvian MacGyver son with both Bruxo and Baron genetics that has been putting incredible crias on the ground. He should be a great match for Carmelina. You can view Wild Fire's page at: http://www.usalpacami.com/alpaca.aspx?id=7
Cool Fire S132 ALOA
Dark Brown, A135021, Full Peruvian
Cool Fire is the famous son of Peruvian Fuego and half-brother to PVA Mahogany Prince. Like Mahogany Prince, the "HeadMaster," Cool Fire passes his typey suri head on to his offspring. This magnificent herdsire is deep chocolate in color, has unbelievable fiber coverage, is very dense, and, at twelve years of age, his fiber still has a very nice handle and nice luster. Cool Fire is truly a superior suri that will add the genetics, color, fineness, density, luster, and typey suri head to your herd that you will be proud of.
This true black full Peruvian lady has superb luster, locks, and fineness. She's a cornerstone for Windrider Suri Ranch's breeding program. Her cria are vibrant, correct in conformation, and do very well in the show ring.
Lacey's true black DDF Peruvian Macgyver boy, Poncho Villa, is awesome. Poncho has started his breeding career and his offspring are ribbon winners. Lacey's second cria, sired by Sierra Bonita's Sirius Black, is a jet black male, Windrider's King Solomon- He's awesome too and his first offspring have hit the ground. Lacey has produced winners in the show ring, and their progeny have been ribbon winners too. Black Lace is currently being exposed to GLR Padrone for an October 2012 cria. There are no outside breedings to Shavano and access to GLR Padrone will be very limited. Black Lace and her future cria will compliment nicely, herdsmen with Macgyver as the cornerstone for their Suri breeding programs.
Awards Received 2004 2nd place Southwest Regional Alpaca Show, Scottsdale, AZ 2nd place Great Western Alpaca Show, Denver, CO
2005 1st place Southwest Regional Alpaca Show, Scottsdale, AZ