Full Accoyo mother of the famous Macho Picchu. She might be old, but she knows how to throw them. She was one of the original import females and also one of the highest rated. We were anxiously awaiting her cria. With her Accoyo genetics and Mr. President's flawless pedigree, we knew we would get something phenomenal. And we did...Peruvian Lacrosse was born last week while we were at our kids' lacrosse tournament. She's been rebred to our standing stud, HDF Accoyo Logan. Full Accoyo offspring for next season!!
THE INTRODUCTORY FIVE $1000 BREEDINGS HAVE ALL BEEN SOLD!! Full Accoyo with color. What more do we need to say? Avelunmino is a son of Royal Avenger who just sold for $435,000. His grandfather is Royal Fawn. You should see his fleece!! It is to die for. He has an extremely fine crimp for an Accoyo coupled with good lock structure and high density. And then you add his luster!! His conformation is near perfect. He turns heads wherever he goes. His "dandelion" head makes him adorable!! He also has about the most easy-going disposition I've ever encountered in an alpaca. We can do almost anything to him.
Esta is full accoyo and amazing! Her fine, lustrous, dense, consistent fleece really turns heads. She is just a show stopper! Her sire, Avelunmino, really produced a beauty with his first try! What an easy birth...for us. We were gone to a lacrosse game (as usual), and came home to a newborn. She was dry and up and nursing...perfect. Amazingly, she came running up to greet us. She is still the most friendly cria we've ever had. So sweet. Conformation--right on. Fleece--amazing. It is accoyo-style, boldly crimpy. Just gorgeous. Her name is due to the day of her birth...the day before Easter.
Awards Received -1st Place at the Empire Extravaganza 2009 in Syracuse, NY. -1st Place at the Empire Extravaganza 2010 in Syracuse, NY. In a class of 12 other white yearlings, Esta really stood out. Her bright, consistent fleece caught the judge's eye (Tim Lavan) -1st Place at the Empire Extravaganza 2011 in Syracuse, NY.