Esperanza is a beautiful full Peruvian female and comes to us from the famed Mariah herd through Mi Madre Alpacas. Her sire, MA Peruvian Tomba, is arguably the best son of the legendary "El Negro" -- the first true black male from Allianza with the highest possible rating in the '95 import. Her dam, 6Peruvian Apaza, is a direct import from the Pinaya region and has been a solid producer. Esperanza is a terrific representation of both parents - with perfect conformation, heavy bone, a beautiful head and an exquisitely fine fleece for a black animal.
This female also has a highly desirable temperament and is a dream to handle. She has had 3 healthy crias - all textbook births with absolutely no assistance needed. Her mothering instincts were remarkable from the very first cria and her milk production is exemplary as evidenced by her crias' consistent weight gain.
Esperanza's current cria is by far her best - check out CHESAPEAKE'S BLACK-EYED SUSAN, a definite show girl sired by CHESAPEAKE'S ROYAL NAUTICO, our own dark brown, full Peruvian, part Accoyo herd sire. This combination produced such a phenomenal result that we repeated the breeding for a Spring 2012 cria.
This is a terrific opportunity to acquire a great female backed by the highly coveted Allianza and Accoyo genetics with a breeding that has already achieved superior results. We would never part with a female of her quality and potential were it not for the fact that we are selling off our huacayas to concentrate exclusively on suris.
Inquiries welcome. This female is currently being boarded and brokered by Sue Hull at Millstone Manor in Clear Spring, Maryland. Contact Sue at 301-582-9494 to discuss adding Esperanza to your herd.
Service Sire: 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!