CDF Countess of Candeaux truly lives up to her name! She has a regal presence and luxurious, densely packed fleece with a very tight crimp. Her sire, Millenium's Candeaux, is the son of one of the most recognized herdsires in the nation, Snowmass Millenium, and her dam is the daughter of another championship herdsire, PPeruvian Victor. Countess draws deeply from the Hemingway, Legacy, and Victor lines, and her royal lineages can be seen in her conformation and in the unbelievable density, staple length, and consistency of her soft white fiber.
Countess recenlty gave birth to a beatiful baby girl anmed SSRA Charro's Creme de Cocoa. Cocoa's sire, Charro of Chestnut Mountain, is a true black astonishing Huacaya of Carodel Farms, and he has passed along a smooth dose of color as well as a very fine and soft handle to his gorgeous daughter. Cocoa is showing signs of silkiness and luster that may well prove to be her trademark along with her scrumptious chocolate tone. Counte
Charro of Chestnut Mountain
True Black, 824714, Peruvian
Full Peruvian son of renown herdsire, Lanark's Teddy, Charro is a True Black with a soft-handling and consistently crimped fleece.
Daughter of our own CDF Countess of Candeaux and True Black herdsire Charro of Chestnut Mountain, Cocoa brings the smooth lustrous and dark fiber characteristics of her sire and grandsire (Lanark's Teddy, PPPeruvian Sunrise line) to bear on her dam's fine, tightly-crimped, and densely packed fiber to create a very attractive and luxurious, chocolate brown vision of perfection.
Conformationally, Cocoa is the vision of perfection. She has an upright presence, and she moves swiftly and gracefully in the pasture. Her cautious but curious affect make her one of the most likeable ladies in our herd.
Cocoa is developing into a beautiful and healthy young lady, and she has just completed her first show! We are so proud of our new ribbon-winner as Cocoa finished 3rd in her class at her debut in Kentucky. We see big things in her future!!
Awards Received 2011--Kentucky Classic--3rd Place, Halter Class