Due Date: November 20, 2013 Ultrasound: March 13, 2013
4Peruvian Julia 6510
White, 168622, Peruvian
SA Accoyo Royal Avenger
Light Fawn, 812061, Full Peruvian
Royal Avenger has proven to be the next generation of Accoyo excellence to sire a clan of superior offspring. His sire, Royal Fawn, is a producer of champions and one of the highest selling herdsires in history. His dam, Mariah, is also a producer of many ribbon winners.
Avengers show record is noteworthy with nine blue ribbons, a reserve color champion and two color championships. His offspring have demonstrated that they have what it takes to be champions in the showring, compiling win after win against tough competition.
At the age of 10, Avenger maintains a fleece that is extremely dense with bundles and crimp. His coverage is phenomenal from his full bonnet down his strong-boned legs. As if that were not enough accolades, he is a confident breeder with a gentle temperament.
Whether you're looking for fine fiber qualities or color, you can achieve both. He has produced offspring from white, to fawn, to brown, to true black, and even grey. The possibilities ar
Avenganza is the first reason we purchased Royal Avenger when we had the chance to do it. Her half sister, Aviana, is the second reason. Both females are stylish and elegant and a wonderful representation of what Royal Avenger produces. We purchased Avenganza, who was the high seller at over six figures, at the Peruvian Classic in 2005.
This young female, by our Accoyo Royal Avenger, a Royal Fawn son, is feminine, elegant, well balanced, bold and eyecatching.
Open her peachy fawn fleece and you will see it part into fine, well-defined staples. It is consistent from skin to tip and from shoulder to hip.
Avenganza will be rebred to our medium fawn full Accoyo herdsire, Accoyo America Enterprise, for a fall 2012 offspring. I'll bet that this match will once again criate an superb fawn colored offspring.
Awards Received Maryland Alpaca Show and Sale--March 2006 Judge: Jill MacLeod Class: Yearling Light Fawn Halter FIRST PLACE RESERVE COLOR CHAMPION
Virginia Classic--March 2006 Judge: Shannon McConnell Class: Yearling Light Female Halter FIRST PLACE COLOR CHAMPION
SeAA Southern Select--March 2006 Judge: Amanda VandenBosch Class: Yearling Beige/LF Halter FIRST PLACE
SeAA Palmetto Classic--November 2005 Judge: Tim Lavan Class: Yearling Light Fawn Halter FIRST PLACE COLOR CHAMPION