Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 1236941 Color:
Light Fawn, 828183, Full Peruvian
This award-winning full Peruvian female is a real show stopper with her classic good looks, straight, correct conformation, and typey head (one of the prettiest we've ever seen, see photo below). Phenomenal coverage from head to toe! Adamina sports a super soft, dense fleece with a fine crimp and NO guard hair. Her beautiful light fawn color is punctuated by her black toenails and skin pigment (her dental pad is also black). Adamina's first cria, Chesapeake's Peruvian Pebbles, is sired by Snowbelt Curly Clay and is a real knockout with her mom's classic looks and superfine, crimpy fleece. Adamina is a first-rate mother as well.
Adamina is currently bred to STETSON de PERU for a Spring 08 cria. STETSON is the 2004 MAPACA Light Color Champion. With several cria now on the ground, STETSON is consistently throwing color one shade darker than the dam as well as fineness and consistent crimp.
SA Peruvian Leander is our amazing full Peruvian, 1/4 Accoyo, dark brown herdsire. Being one of the darkest sons of Royal Apollo, he has a regal presence both in the show ring and in our fields at Three Sons Alpacas. His handsome head and signature top knot are just two features which make this male so attractive. His fleece is a perfect balance of bundling crimp, rich luster, density, and an amazingly fine handle. His fleece covers every inch of this boy extending uniformly from his head to the tips of his toes! Combine his incredible fleece with his perfect confirmation and you have this Grand Champion alpaca. Leander has won multiple blue and purple ribbons including an impressive Blue at AOBA nationals, Reserve Champion at PAOBA, and Grand Champion at Kentucky Classic. To complete this wonderful male is his gentle and loving personality. If youre looking for the highest quality herdsire with pure Peruvian color, Leander is your man! Come to our farm and feel his buttery f
Nautico's stylish look commands attention and his dark brown fleece does not disappoint. Very fine, his 2007 histogram came in at 16.9 microns and he has excellent density for the fineness of the fleece that he carries as well as brightness throughout and a consistent low-amplitude, high-frequency crimp style.
In 3 different shows, under 3 different judges, and under tough competition, Nautico has consistently risen to the top of his class. Judges Lavan, Anderson and MacLeod have all commended Nautico on his fineness, density, consistency, staple length, conformation and overall style.
What sets Nautico apart is his exceptionally pleasing style. He has a gorgeous head which never fails to command attention. Though it is his overall style and presence that gets him noticed, it is his fleece that solidifies his placing at the top of competetive classes. He is extremely fine for a dark-fleeced animal and he carries a high degree of density as well.
Both of Nautico's parents were show winners. He gets his fineness from his super-stylish dam, PERUVIAN ADAMINA and he is a dead-ringer for his sire, SA PERUVIAN LEANDER, a Champion son of ROYAL PERUVIAN APOLLO.
NAUTICO'S FIRST CRIAS ARE HERE AND THEY ARE FANTASTIC! CHECK OUT BLACK-EYED SUSAN'S HEAD SHOT AND FLEECE AT RIGHT.
Ultimately, with any herdsire, the proof is in the progeny. Based on the quality of Nautico's offspring to date, he has earned his place as a serious herdsire. If you are looking for an even-tempered herdsire with elite fleece qualities, rich color, exceptional conformation and head-turning style WHO PASSES THESE TRAITS TO HIS OFFSPRING - take a serious look at Nautico.
Inquiries welcome and all reasonable offers considered.
Awards Received 1st Place 2-Year and older Brown Huacaya Males 2008 MD Alpaca Celebration Judge: Jill MacLeod 2nd Place Yearling Brown Huacaya Males (Class of 10) 2007 CABO Judge: Tim Lavan 2nd Place Yearling Brown Huacaya Males (Class of 13) 2008 MAPACA Judge: Jude Anderson 6th Place Yearling Bred and Owned Huacaya Male (Class of 15) 2008 MAPACA Judge: Tim Lavan NOTE: A significant placing as Nautico was the DARKEST animal to place in this huge production class of mostly white animals. It is virtually impossible for dark animals to compete against lighter-colored animals!