Sparrow is an award winning daughter of NGG Lional (colored Peruvian Bueno son). As if having NGG lional as her sire isn't enough, Sparrow's dam is a daughter of Jolimont 2 Peruvian Alpamayo. Alpamayo has had an incredible impact on the Canadian national herd. He was originally acquired from Sollocata, a Peruvian herd well know for their consistency in crimp, fineness and density. Sparrow has excellent conformation and carries a very dense dark beige colored fleece. As ther are no beige classes in Canada, she always competed in white classes.
Mary's Accoyo Bentley
Light Fawn, 31107969, Peruvian
Son of famed herdsire Camillio's Accoyo Endurance, out of Champion foundation female, Royal Velvet. Bentley is a multiple Blue Ribbon winner. Bently sadly passed away prematurely in 2011 making these bloodlines ever so valuable.
Top of the line foundation female. Ameerah is a medium Rose Grey Harlequin Appaloosa. When we saw her coloring and her pedigree the 2 were just too much to pass her up. She sports and incredibly super crimpy 6"+ staple to her ultra fine fleece. Her conformation is spot on and it is no surprise when you look at her background.
DAUGHTER OF 8X WINNING MALE MARY'S ACCOYO BENTLY!!
Her pedigree is just what we were looking for to add to our already heavily Accoyo lined herd. This gal brings us some new additions and great standbys like : Accoyo Auzengate Accoyo Camilio Accoyo Pucara Accoyo Royal Fawn Peruvian Bueno NGG Lionel Peruvian Alpamayo
Her Grandsire, Camillio's Accoyo Endurance won his first Get of Sire with only 5 cria on the ground. His son sold, as a juvenile for $277,000 in 2007.
The list of award winning relatives on Ameerah could fill the page, From both sides of her pedigree you see multiple national winning male and female cria.
Ameerah gave us a beautiful Harlequin leopard Grey Female in 2013, another spotty in 2015!! Bred to Harlequin again for 2016!!!
Ameera is ON MATERNITY LEAVE at this time
Awards Received AOBA No longer holds any shows within 10+ hours of our farm. Due to this, Our ability to show has been greatly reduced. We have shown many times in the past, and still send out entries when possible. Unfortunately until AOBA makes their shows evenly distributed across the US, We have very few options for showing our high quality animals. Have no fear, We know well what makes show winners, and we don't need AOBA ribbons to prove the quality in our herd!