A grey female from grey sire and black dam who has great density, crimp and coverage. Bella Sara's first cria, a bay black female out of Silver Charm, placed consistently high in the 2005 shows. Her second cria, a true black male out of Grand River's Dark Shaddow, continued his sibling's winning ways in the show ring and was sold to Tennessee. Bella gave us a black female cria for Christmas Eve '06. Ark's Eve, the Christmas Eve cria was sold to Dusk Till Dawn alpacas and received her first color champion in her first show in September, 2007.
Bella Sara was bred for spring 2008 to Emerald Farm's Orlando Cloud, a 1/2 Accoyo grey male, son of Mcgwire and grandson of Victor, who exhibits amazing crimp and density. His head is outstanding and he has great coverage with the crimp consistent into the fiber on his feet! The resultant cria from this mating are outstanding.
This Orlando/Bella Sara 2008 male cria - Ark's Tsunami - is everything we had hoped for...and more.
Here is the one and only Irish Meadows Peruvian Knight Rider, a 15 time halter champion. He's the guy with the black fleece that looks like white. And he has the awesome head and boxy square conformation. In some lights he looks true black.
Knight Rider settled a female at 18 months old, the first time we tried him. Look for his first cria in November, 2010.
Knight Rider consistently gets females bred in one breeding. Contact us today to book a breeding to this fabulous male.
Congratulations to Triple Tree Alpacas and Tiskilwa Farms Alpacas for partnering with us on this 15 time champion male. Thanks to both farms!
Update: Knight Rider has his first cria on the ground, and it's an adorable black male!
Bella is a beautiful, medium fading fawn female with wonderful genetics. Her sire is a
Awards Received 2014: 2ND PLACE – MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show (Spin-Off) 2014: 2ND PLACE – Southern Animal Fiber Fair (Spin-Off) 2014: 3RD PLACE – MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show (Spin-Off) 2012: 3RD PLACE – MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show (Halter)