Inca's Destinee sports the luster, lock, correct balance and conformation that Pperuvian Inca was noted for producing. She is 80% Accoyo with a gentle, inquisitive disposition and is a delight to handle. Inca daughters are invaluable producers for the North American herd and are found on the elite farms across the US and in the pedigrees of numerous champions and show winners.
Destinee's dam, LCA Chardonay, was bred by one of the most illustrious farms in the US, Latah Creek Alpacas. She is by the Uribe (Duranzo)son, Teton, who has consistently produced top quality for Latah Creek. Chardonay displays the high luster, slick handle and proportionally correct conformation that Teton is recognized for.
Pperuvian Inca, now deceased, was one of North America's elite, foundation herdsires and was an anchor for Latah Creek. He most recently won Get of Sire, 1st at the 2007 AOBA National and 2007 Futurity Reserve Herdsire of the Year. No longer available, sons like LCA Rico, LC
...Prince's last 12 months 1st cria--fawn female with black skin! 4th cria-- Med Brown male! 10th cria- True Black female! THEN...... Get of Sire WINS! at Best of US, Indiana Invtl Then came the Prince's Emily Championhip at Buckeye! what a year!
........ 12X White Champion!!! ...................20 BLUES
...............The First & ONLY 2-time AOBA Champion (White Suri Male Halter) ......................EVER!
Will consider leasing Prince for a champion caliber female
See a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwzdTNfUNA0 Prince accomplished his 1st National championship while competing in the largest suri class EVER to compete in one color class in ANY show!(98 white males competed at 07 Nationals)
In his VERY 1st show, Prince went out and won the 07 Futurity Resv white male Championship!
Yip yip yippeeeee! Reserve Champion at 2011 Buckeye!
WOW! Best suri ever born on our farm. This boy is wowing our visitors, even the HUACAYA breeders....and you suri breeders know how hard it is to get a huacaya breeder to admit THAT! :o)
PoppyCock's sire sure is Prepotent, and with the added Accoyo Inca bloodlines, we look for PC to be just as prepotent.
AROSA = Full histogram Disclosure, shop and compare! 2012-- 18.09AFD 4.39SD 22.04CV 99.32 CF 24 MONTHS OLD 2011 -- 17.75 4.3 24.21 99.65
has maintained his fineness AND independence of lock thru age 2. A VERY dense male. Pictures, just do not do PoppyCock justice, YET!
Prince PoppyCock's fleece is identical to 12X Champion Crown Prince at the same age. Incedible luster, Gobs of greasy wave/Twist locks. He is very dense, with a super head and coverage.He has a better head and coverage than Crown Prince and dont forget PoppyCock is med.FAWN! His full Brother, Kriya Jai, is a white color champion, with extreme density and gorgeous luster.
We will consider partnership
Once Again, wave and twist lock structure, fast Becoming a Crown Prince trademark. Everything Im reading and hearing from judges is pointing to the wave/twist lock structure as being correlated to higher density and one of the best lock styles for fiber processors.
Lineage: Accoyo Crown Royal grandson, Accoyo Inca grandson, Rufino grandson, Arizona Sage grandson, 12X Champion Crown PRince son. We always look for the exceptional DAMS in a pedigree which tend to be more meaningful to producing Prepotent offspring.
Interestingly, PoppyCock's pedigree includes 2 great dams, PPeruvian Augustina(dam of MacGyver) and also Arizona Sage(dam of Crown Prince and a 7X Champion herself ).
Awards Received Suri Male Grand Champion 2011 National Champions Show halter championship of all males (Mary Reed) Color Champion 2011 National Champions show walking fleece champion of all Suris (Stachowski) Res Champion 2011 Buckeye Light halter (Barboza) 1st Place 2011 National Champions walking fleece fawn suri male 1st Place 2011 National Champions fawn halter yearling 1st Place North East light juvi halter- Amanda Vandebosh thought fleece was extremely dense, consistently locked throughout, extremely well locked wave with a Twist lock, excellent luster, excllent bone and frame 1st North East Get of Sire 1st Indiana Invtl Get of sire 1st Place // Get of Sire 2011 Best of US 2nd Place // Buckeye halter 2012 4th Place // AOBA Nationals halter (unfortunately he was limping around the ring)
[3rd]3rd Place Indiana Invtl light fawn juvi halter- Barboza didnt feel this particular fleece was very well twisted close to the skin as the other two males placed above.