Bathed in Black is the daughter of 3rd generation black ACT II Knight Rider and her dam is a 2nd generation black. Included in her pedigree are two true black Peruvian imports, 4Peruvian Matador and PPPeruvian Inca. Bathed in Black's fiber is dense, with fineness and crimp. Her conformation is excellent and she has a gentle personality.
Dom Lucilio is known as "The Herdsire of Champions". His 248 offspring have dominated the show ring. They have racked up 73 known Championships and 192 Blue Ribbons, with Championships in Every Color, and we expect there are many more. This Accoyo Alianza male is a legend in his own time.
Dom Lucilio is the son of two of the most highly regarded gene pools in South America. His famous sire, Accoyo Royal Fawn, has a history of passing on his fine-fibered genetics to his offspring. Dom's full Peruvian Dam, Finesse, has an outstanding production record as well.
Elijah is a solid male with perfect conformation. His soft, dense fleece is crimped from skin to tip, The 2012 shearing micron count was 20.6 with only 1.2% greater than 30. He comes from a line of multi-champion creating herdsires. His sire, the renowned Dom Lucilio, the now-deceased son of PPPeruvian Royal Fawn, was the only light fawn Accoyo herdsire exported from Don Julio Barreda's herd in Peru. Elijah's dam, ELK Bathed in Black, has a strong true black lineage including her sire Act II Knight Rider. Elijah has the genetics to bring impeccable quality to your herd. Don't miss the opportunity to own a direct descendant of the now-deceased "Herdsire of Champions" Dom Lucilio at an affordable price.
If purchasing is not an option, for a breeding fee of only $750 you can introduce these genetics to your herd.
Awards Received 2nd Place in 2014 AOA National Spin-off Competition. The judge's comments were very complimentary with a score of 88 out of 100. Any negative comment came from the lack of fleece preparation before entry, not fleece quality. The bottom line comment was "A lovely sample with great potential for many fiber arts purposes." Processing recommendations were for Commercial, Cottage or Hand.