Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 1389852 Color:
White, 834426, Peruvian
Outstanding Presidio daughter! Red Rosa's best female.
NWA, LTD Accoyo's Goldsmith
Medium Fawn, 815224, Full Peruvian
Color Champion!!! Accoyo's Goldsmithis a rare medium fawn full Accoyo male out of Accoyo Felix and Accoyo Aletha. The Goldsmith's uniform fleece is very crimpy and dense with excellent hand and great coverage from his nose to his toes (his legs actually have well-defined ringlets). He has a beautiful, typey head with the "perfect" top knot. His conformation and bite are flawless. He has a mild and gentle temperament and is very easy to handle. The Goldsmith has the dark gray pigment of his sire, Felix, who is light fawn
SiSi will be a wonderful addition to any herd's fleece department. She has some of the best fleece we have ever seen or felt. We have to hold back from catching her several times a day just to get our hands on that fleece! (True alpaca fanatics will understand!) Her first two cria's have had AFD's of 14.9 and 15.9 so we couldn't be more pleased with this girl. SiSi's pedigree boasts Accoyo Felix, Caligula, Presidio, and Accoyo's Goldsmith. Her fleece is the culmination of those notable genetics coming together in one awesome package.
SiSi was first bred to the incomparable CCNF Archangel and she gave us Napster, one of our best cria ever. Her next cria was an incredible white daughter, as fine as her brother. Her daughter, Fairhope's Jubilee, is an AOBA Blue Ribbon winner. All SiSi's cria have bright, shiny, "ragmop" fleece with an incredibly soft handle and outstanding uniformity.
If you are looking to produce top of the line show quality cria with elite fleece, SiSi is the girl for you. She sells with a breeding to our AOBA Champion and Spirit of Fiber Awards winning Misty Maiden son, SCA Peruvian Magnum. These two did so well with Jubilee, we recommend a repeat.
Disclaimer: SiSi is blind in one eye, a condition that she has had since she scratched her eye badly as a cria. She gets around as well as the rest of the alpacas, it's never seemed to bother her a bit.