Easter Bunny is a unique alpaca in that she represents a most unusual cross of two of the rare lines of huacaya appaloosas. Her dam, Chiquita, is a Chilean import that appears to be one of only two harlequin huacayas ever imported into the United States. Easter Bunny's sire is Aussie Rockford whose dam, Hannaruh, is known to be the carrier of another appaloosa gene, with Rockford having produced several appy crias from females not known to have the unusual appaloosa gene. This means that Easter Bunny could just be the first huacaya that is homozygous for the appaloosa gene.
Easter Bunny has produced one appaloosa cria and has be bred to our appy male, Queen Bee Bodacious, for a Fall 2013 cria.
Easter Bunny is currently not for sale. After she has produced a couple of appaloosas for our herd, Easter Bunny may be offered for sale. Let us know if interested.
Medium Rose Grey, 31590105, 1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian
Kodachrome is the best rose grey male ever produced at Vintage Alpacas. He is showing off his strong pedigree which includes 5Peruvian Socosani, PPPeruvian Victor and Mcgwire. Kodachrome is covered in SUPER dense, ULTRA-FINE, crimpy, bright, and beautiful rose grey fiber with very few spots! Kodachrome was the youngest in his class at the 2009 Futurity show where he was just a few days over 6 months old, he placed 4th behind Snowmass, Crescent Moon and Cas Cad Nac! Can't do much better than that! On to Michigan in September - blue ribbon (almost reserve pchampion!) then Ohio Alpacafest as a yearling at 13 months old ... 3rd place and VERY RESPECTALBE in a class of 11!! He is such a teddy bear - fluffy, soft and thick! He has the tree trunk legs, the massive coverage of his dam and sire, the accoyo crimp style of many speedbumps with switchbacks, and the frame of a suma wrestler! Not to mention his fineness factor, which came from his sire who is known for fine fleeced greys and excel
Vintage Rockabilly Baby - APPALOOSA (NO WHITE FIBERS)
Hi, my name is Rockabilly Baby, and I am an appaloosa alpaca. I am grey when you part my fleece, but I appear to be "champagne colored" or a weird beige from the outside. Once you part my fleece, take note of the 6"+staple at just 6 months of age. Then check out my zipper crimp style with bundles falling to the sides as you check out my fineness. Buttery soft, that's me! Super Density! yes, you can't feel my skin without some effort at getting down deep into the fleece. Oh yes, did I mention that there is NOT ONE WHITE FIBER anywhere on me!, plus I have a "beautiful body" too! I have really thick legs and coverage to the toes, plus I have a wide chest and wide booty - great for future cria production! Thanks to my full accoyo grandfather (Accoyo Mcgwire), I got the best of everything - including size and personality! My farm mom is selling me to make room for many more crias to come this year. She says anyone that buys me will be very happy and that I should make some awesome offspring. Check out Sangria, my pattern/appy? cria from a few years ago. She is SUPER SUPER CRIMPY and oh so beautiful! 10 times better than I ever expected! Her name is Sangria! 2015, have given birth to a gorgeous fawn male cria. He has super tight crimp, but he was a premee! He is feeling good right now.. and I think we are on the right track with him . 2016 - waiting on a cria to arrive at this very moment. I have been bred to several nice greys.... looks like Silverton or El Capitan... will be the sire.
Awards Received Not a white fiber anywhere on this awesome appy female. Dark silver grey at the topline, fading to light fawn/beige/rosegrey down the sides. NO WHITE. Feet are dark, toenails also dark. Spots underneath belly, back of legs and around the head area. Massive coverage.