Cleo is being offered with a breeding to the PHF herd sire of the Buyer's choice.
Cleo, a proven, 1/2 Accoyo female and one of our herds charmers, started collecting ribbons in very competitive white halter classes in the Spring of 2001. Her dam & sire are Blue Ribbon winners in both Produce & Get Classes. Needless to say, Cleo has superior conformation and a very dense fleece with full coverage which she is passing on to her offspring.
Cleos first cria, PH Legacy's Kingsley sired by Accoyo Peruvian Legacy, is a gorgeous, large boned white proven female. Kingsley successes in very competitive white classes include three Blue Ribbons and a Reserve Championship. Thank you, Abenaki Acres, for your purchase of Kingsley.
Cleome's second cria, PH Casanova's Christianna - a Caligula granddaughter, is another beautiful white female. C
The Aga Khan - SOLD!
White, 837640, Full Peruvian
Aga Khan daughter Champions at two 2008 shows in white full fleece halter classes (North American - Level V and PAOBA Breeder's Showcase - Level IV) & earns Blue Ribbon at the even larger 2008 Level V MAPACA show...
INTRODUCING PH KhanSTELLAtion!
The Aga Khan Second Highest Selling Male ever at the ALL AMERICAN FUTURITY!
The Aga Khan SELLS FOR $217,000
OUR SINCERE THANKS & CONGRATULATIONS TO Brenda and Frank Crum of Crum's Criations/Crum Property III, LLC.
11 CHAMPIONSHIP BANNERS
23 BLUE RIBBONS
FIVE GET-OF-SIRE BLUE RIBBONS!!!
The Aga Khan is an incredible package of magnificent fleece, super conformation and incomparable genetics. These attributes have deservedly earned him Eleven Championships and Twenty-three 1st Place Ribbons to date, including five championships in 2004, four championships in 2005 and, at almost 4 years of age, two in 2006.
THREE QUARTERS ACCOYO son of THE (incomparable) AGA KHAN !
Bennington's sire, The Aga Khan, needs no introduction. His full brother, PH King Khan is following in his sire's footsteps and we expect the same will be so for Ben.
This young man is very solid. He more than doubled his weight in his first month and had an IgG of 3400! Ben starting eating grain when he was 18 days old and this is not due to a lack of milk on his dam's part. Cleome is probably the best milk producer on the farm with an udder large enough to feed several cria ... no kidding!
Ben's cria fleece is very dense, bright, buttery soft and loaded with crimp. He has the much desired "soft rolling skin" often seen on very dense animals. Ben's conformation is perfect even as a youngster.
If we could, we would repeat Cleome's breeding to Khan, however, he sold at the 2008 Futurity Auction for $217,000. Thank you Brenda and Frank Crum of Crum's Criations!
Should Bennington be sold, we will retain 3 breedings to him in the future
To see this alpacas pedigree, log on to the Alpaca Registry at http://www.alpacaregistry.com/ and do a search using the ARI number or alpacas full name.