This white, 186990, 1/2 Boulivan, 1/2 Peruvian dam is our best mom. She delivers on time every time with little effort. Daughter to the famous Accoyo PPeruvian Torbio.
My Peruvian Boulder
Dark Brown, 823927, Full Peruvian
Proud and tall with an excellent temperment. Boulder's fleece is a lusterous, solid dark brown. Excellent coverage to his toes. He's been shorn twice and his fleece continues to show pencil locks from head to toe. Black and grey on his face. His grand dam, 5Peruvian Silver Mercedes, is a light silver grey. Boulder's first cria are on the ground and they are very, very nice! He's throwing solid color cria with excellent luster. Boulder has two true black daughters from a white dam! Ebony Joy, born August 2005 & Midnight Eclipse, 4th place GWAS (class of 14). Windrider's Joe, blue ribbon 2005 GWAS, is dark brown. Windrider's Annie Get Your Gun is a solid dark fawn. Boulder has a unique and little used bloodline. His breedings are affordable and we are limiting them to 8 outside breedings for 2009/2010.
Cinnamon lives up to her name, and although she has a sweet nature, she wants to do things her way and is a leader on the ranch.
Cinnamon would make a great addition to any heard, as she is granddaughter of the well known Accoyo Pperuvian Torbio. She has beautiful fiber with independent lock structure. She is easy to pick out of the herd with her white spot on her nose and chin.
Cinnamon's color was quite the talk at the 2006 Great Western Alpaca Show in Denver. The Judges couldn't decide whether to place her as a dark brown or a bay black. What lies below the surface is quite dark!
Cinnamon is ready to breed again. Her first born, Cinco de Mayo was spirited.
Photos by Peter Schwepker and Sherry Buzby
Awards Received 4th Place at 2006 Great Western Alpaca Show, Denver, CO 3rd Place at the 2007 Southwest Regional Alpaca Show, Phoenix, AZ 5th Place at the 2007 Level V Great Western Alpaca Show, Denver, CO