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Enchanted Hill Alpacas
When selecting breeding stock, we kept two points in mind:
(1) Our alpacas must be calm and friendly.
(2) The fiber must be interesting, suitable for spinning, & a delight to work with.
Ed & Joanie Kinser
10023 Fortune Ridge Road
Bent Mountain, VA 24059
540-330-7023
   
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  9/13/2013
Heritage:   1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registration Pending
Color:  Dark Brown
 
     
 

 
 

 

 
 

Senna's Zoey   

 
   

Pattern, 20022211, Full Peruvian

 
   

There are less than 20 lines of appaloosa huacayas in the United States. Five of these lines resulted from heterozygous suris that produced appaloosa huacayas. Zoey is indeed a rare find, because she is one of the few "original" appaloosa huacayas, born to an imported huacaya dam, with her sire being the result of a pregnancy in an imported huacaya female. On top of that, Zoey is full Peruvian.

As with most harlequins, Zoey was born as a fawn with dark spots. Within the first year of her life, the fawn was replaced with dark rose-to-silver grey. If one looks closely, the original spots are still discernible, especially on her wildly-spotted face. If you like having one of kind, Zoey or an offspring could bring that to your herd.

Presently Zoey is bred to a fawn, A.L.Paca's Blitzer, and has a good chance of producing an appaloosa cria. In order to keep our herd from growing too large, Zoey will be for sale once we have an offspring from her in our herd.

 
       
  A.L. Paca's Blitzer  
    Light Rose Grey, 31569156, Peruvian & Chilean  
   

Blitzer combines fineness, crimp, density, and that awesome rose-grey color.

Specifically, we purchased him to augment our black and grey breeding program. His strong crimp and recessive black genetics will surely serve us well as he begins his breeding career.

His sire, Simba of A.L. Paca's, is a 9 time champion and a 12 time Get-Of-Sire

 
       
 
 

 

 
Enchanted Hill Friday Sold!
 

Listed by Ed & Joanie Kinser of Bent Mountain, VA

   
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Friday was born on a beautiful fall afternoon (you can guess the day of the week), with his colors matching some of the earliest turning leaves. Within a couple of hours, he had dried and nursed, and was learning to kick up his heels. Zoey is such a good milker, turning practically everything she eats into nourishment for her crias. So, Friday has grown like a weed and has recently been weaned, giving his mom a chance to regain a few pounds.

Since Friday is brown, due to the epistasis of this color gene over the appaloosa gene, he cannot show spots, even if he has the appy gene. If someone is interested in adding the appy gene to their herd, this could be a really economical way to do that. If unsure of the genetics, give us a call and we'll explain. Genetics of color is one our favorite topics.

Friday will begin "Leading School" within the next few days, and will be ready to go to a new home by April or May.




Price: Sold

       

 

 
 

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With Zoey

 
This listing was last updated on 3/7/2014 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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