FULL BOLIVIAN BRED TO FULL BOLIVIAN - CHAMPION PRODUCER!
Pretty Woman lacks nothing! She is a true american beauty. Pretty has wonderfully dense, crimpy and soft fleece with great staple length. She also has straight legs & a very typey head & topknot.
Pretty's 2007 dark fawn female from our WHITE Caligula grandson, Infiniti, sold at 17 days old, she placed 1st at 2007 Ohio Alpacafest in halter dark fawn class. Her prior female cria sold as a juvenille for over $20000 & was a blue ribbon winner at the Michigan Alpaca show! Pretty's dark fawn 2008 cria, Spring Beauty, sold at the Florida auction (highest selling single lot!) & 2009 yet another dark fawn female who looks like the best one yet! White Thunder has made his mark here for sure! CHeck out Sanibel...she's a top show model, highest selling lot SOLD at the 2010 Florida Auction.
Pretty Woman comes from many generations of medium brown/fawn exclusively ... look at her sire .. Savon of Bolivia .. from his numerous offspring at AOA, he has seldom produced a white or beige cria!! That's amazing -- with over 300 recorded cria on record. Highly coveted by AOA. If anyone can prove color, Pretty can bring it out. Every farm that breeds for color needs a female that can be relied upon to show results ... Pretty is just that gal!
2013 Pretty is bred to Troubadour. Snowmass genetics, alongside alianza.... a white male that is head over heels ahead of 99% of the males out there. Can't wait to see what we get this fall 2013!
Awards Received From White Thunders many award winning offspring (and you can verify that by doing a search of White Thunders production),One of his black offspring (Lady MacBeth) came from my grey foundation female, Dona Savia. She just took 1st/COLOR CHAMPION at the National Champions Show December 2009, and a 1st at the Ohio Alpaca fest 2009. Along with her 1st at the Michigan Show! With all the great crias being created, it's a no-brainer to put Pretty woman with Thunder as long as own both animals. (we sold White Thunder for a hefty price in 2012).