po 876, 8 miles north of Taos, New Mexico, El Prado, NM 87529
Ph1: 575-751-9797   .   Ph2: 575-770-9467

 Phi Beta Paca OMI (Dense Dense Dense! )
   Listed by Frana Biederman
  Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Bred / Proven

Birthdate:  10/29/2007
Heritage:  1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  30851030
ARI Color:  Medium Fawn
  Service Herdsire
Derwydd Luciano's Takana

Due Date:  Oct 19, 2011



Mountain Magic   


Dark Brown, 1429909


Fantastic Mom! Her son and OMI's half-brother, Alexander of Taos owned by PHI BETA PACA tm, won a 2nd in a class of 14 at GWAS 2007 under Jude Anderson and a 2nd at ABR Fall Fest 2007, Ruth Elvestad, Judge.

  Spanish Peaks Alpha Centauri  
    White, 832512, Full Peruvian  

A.C. is an ultrafine vicuna fleeced white male with solid genetics for fleece quality. His grandfathers, Accoyo Peruvian Victor and Peruvian Hemingway, are two of the most desired herdsires in North America,consistently producing crias with extraordinary fiber. His sire, Snowmass Peruvian Escobar,a show champion, now in Australia, sports one of Snowmass's favorite fleeces. There are few Escobar studs in North America as his breedings were limited, making A.C.'s genetics more prized. A.C.'s dam, Snowmass Victorian Glow, is a medium fawn vicuna patterned beauty out of a medium brown AOBA blue ribbon winning mother. A.C. has the full range of color behind him, including black and grey.This boy has the most beautiful, soft, silky, fleece we have ever seen with characteristics including density, extreme luster, long staple length, EXTRAORDINARY handle, fineness, and a beautiful deep amplitude interlocking crimp along the entire length of the staple. He has kept this exquisite qualit




Phi Beta Paca OMI--takes 5th at the highly competitive National Sweepstakes May 8, 2007. Omi is dense! She carries 4 gray and one black ancestor in her pedigree from her mother's side. Her 1/2 brother Alexander has 4X red ribbons at halter -GWAS and fleece -AOBA Nationasl. On her father's side she carrries Victor, Snowmass Escobar and Hemmingway. At 4 months and 10 days, OMI weighed 84.6lbs!...on the vet's scale. Omi's fleece is super dense and super shiny. OMI's density is worth her weight in gold. On Friday December 21, she weighted 53.3 lbs! That is one week short of two months. Gold recently reached $838 per ounce, which would total $715,328.
Her Mom, Mountain Magic, waits until I leave the house for no more than 45 minutes and then has her baby! Maggie has tons of milk.

I have reduced her price to sell her because it's time to pay for hay and barn additions.

At eleven days OMI weighed 30 lbs. BVD free.

Attitude! Gallops around the field with her cria friend Larky. Curious. Hours of fun to watch. Wish I could keep her, but I have to make some sales. OMI's father Alpha Centauri had and still has amazing fleece.

Her half brother Alexander of Taos won a 2nd place at GWAS 2007 in a class of 14 from the renowned Judge Jude Anderson. Alexander just won a 2nd at ABR Fall Festival awarded by Judge Ruth Elvestad. Genetics Matter!

OMI could be a foundation female for you! I will finance with 50% down. A breeding to any Phi Beta Paca male comes with this for her or one of your herd.

  Awards Received
5th place National Sweepstakes
Fleece that has the midas touch! Captures your heart!

Price: $14500 Dense! Reduced


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