Sold July 2005
Arana offers brown and black color genes as well as health, beauty, conformation and a perfect bite. An excellent mother and a dependable breeder, she has produced four vigorous crias, including two bay black females. With soft fiber, good crimp, density and loft, she is appealing to the eye with a willowy elegance. She is bred to Jaxon's Armani with November 4, 2005 due date.
"Windy's Dora," medium brown, DOB 11/10/2004, dense and crimpy with a Micron of 16.3 at six months old. (sire "Jaxon's Armani" light fawn - roan)
“Windy’s Ida,” bay black, DOB 11/8/2003, dense, crimpy, and fine, a dream come true; with a Micron of 21.2 at 1 1/2 years old. (sire “Jaxon’s Armani” light fawn - roan)
“Mumsie,” (Sold) bay black, DOB 5/13/2002, beautiful, elegant and soft. (sire “Royal Peruvian Challenger” DRG) Mumsie had her first cria in May 2005, a true black female.
“Jewell,” beige, DOB 3/31/2001, robust alpha male with good conformation and a Micron of 23.5 at 4 years old. (sire “Bueno del Sol SVA” white) Jewell has sired two lovely females, "Windy's Adelaide" (Sold) DOB 11/25/2003 & "Windy's Amanda" DOB 11/7/2004.
Includes 6 months board and one breeding. 10% discount offered with the purchase of another alpaca.
As a breeding female, Arana was never shown.
Her cria, "Windy's Ida" placed 2nd at MAPACA Jubilee 2005 - yearling full fleece halter, took Best of Huacaya Dark Females - ABC 2005, and 2nd place full fleece halter - SEPA 2004. And, recently Ida's yearling fleece took 1st place in bay black at PAOBA Breeders Showcase 2005.
(Windy's Ida has the same sire that Arana is currently bred to, Jaxon's Armani)