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Lee and Jim Wolney
3591 Westphal Rd.
Howell, MI 48843
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  10/9/2007
Heritage:   7/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  30817135
Color:  Pattern (White,Light Brown)

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Puddin' Face   


Pattern, 850239, 3/4 Peruvian


You can't help but smile when you look at Puddin' Face.

This Bueno granddaughter is proud, correct, full of crimp, fineness, and has an abundance of coverage. She has Chocolate Pudding on her mouth and chin with brown trim on each of her feet. She also has a fawn spot on her back, black eyeliner, black toenails and grey skin. All of that tells us she can produce color in her offspring.

She is out of Roscoe, a Bueno son, and a white Peruvian Import who knows how to produce fabulous cria. She placed in a large class of whites at MIAF 2004.
We just did some hands on in the barn, and I noted that Puddin's fleece is so very dense you can hardly get down into it to feel her body score.

Puddin' Face delivered a beautiful fawn female in June of 2006. She is very crimpy, and very straight. She has dark toenails, and grey mouth and dark skin at her ears. She also is dark around the eyes.
Puddin's cria, Angel is gorge

  PCA Accoyo Shangri-La  
    White, 813140, Full Peruvian  

PCA Accoyo Shangri La

Shangri La’s family tree is very strong and he is producing Gray and Black show winning offspring!

Shangri La is a cross between the Caligula and Shere Khan lines of Accoyo. These two lines represent the top of the Plantel herd at Estancia Accoyo and

Shangri La’s father is the late West Coast Legend Accoyo Caligula, (All American Alpaca Futurity Herd sire of the Year & National AOBA Get a Sire Winner) and his mother is Accoyo Sunipani (2 time National AOBA Fleece Show Winner & National Judges Choice Award). This combination produced Shangri La’s full older brother Accoyo El Nino as well. El Nino is Pacific Crest/Accoyo America’s chosen predecessor to Caligula. El Nino's breeding fees was $10,000 until recently when Greg Mecklem completely closed his farm to outside breedings. At the 2006 National AOBA Show, a donated El Nino breeding was Auctioned off for an unheard of price of $15,000.

The apple hasn't’t fallen far here folks.



AKAPAKA Shangri La's Geraldine Sold!

Listed by Lee and Jim  Wolney of Howell, MI

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Announcing our youngest, and already favorite, Geraldine! A total surprise to see all this color from what we thought would give us a white or light cria. Her brown blanket is solid, and has lots of shine, and unbelievable crimp for such a little one. She had crimp right down to her toes, and had a great amount of length for such a short growth period. We would love to keep these great genetics, but we must make room for the new batch of cria. This girl has a great list of ancestors. Caligula and Bueno are a pretty impressive start! Buy her now, and get a reduction in price.

  Awards Received
Too young to show

Price: Sold




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June 2008

This listing was last updated on 6/30/2008 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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