It wont be long until Finale puts a champion offspring on the ground! Her full brother was our 7 time black champion KV Valiant.
Finale was her dams finale, orphaned at two months old. Her Dam Valdivia was a multiple blue ribbon winner (there werent any champions back in her day) and winner of the Fred Walker Memorial traveling trophy and was the only black to ever win it!
Finales sire was the, now deceased, legendary JSFI Dakota, winner of 9 Get-of-Sire awards!
Finale has had a run of unregistered males, but gave us a striking female last fall that we will be retaining for her replacement. She is a great dam with wonderful mothering abilities perfect conformation and a handy fleece.
Finale is currently bred Vincent for a 2015 cria; we are sure it wont disappoint.
Panasche is a new and very impressive addition to the Kinney Valley Alpacas herdsire lineup. In keeping with our goal of ever increasing clip yield on soundly conformed alpacas, Panasche has positioned us to take our herds fleece to the next level and maintain the beautiful body style JSFI Dakota has laid down for us.
Panasche's fleece character of tightly crimped and bundled locks along with density is amazing and borders true elite fleece. Before her retirement from judging, Maggie Krieger, one of the best international Judges in the world, gave Panasche First Place and Color Champion in a field of 33 brown males and remarked about his outstanding fleece character and incredible density!
If you are breeding colored alpacas and are concerned about the crimp and density in your offsprings fleeces, then MFI Peruvian Panasche is the male for your program. We believe that every colored breeding program needs his crimp style and density and that he will produce many champio
Update: Encore delivered an amazing dark brown female! We are so happy with it that we bred Encore back to Vincent!
We couldnt be more excited about the future of Encore!
Encore is a very stylish bred maiden with an upright presence that demands your attention. She sports a very handy fleece (you can see by the photos) and will produce an outstanding black or grey offspring someday.
Encore comes from a very accomplished lineage. Encores dam, Valdivias Finale, was sired by the legendary Dakota, a male that we had the privilege of owning and we won 9 Get-of sires with. Finale was also full sister to our 7 time black champion male Valiant. Encores maternal grand-dam won the Fred Walker Traveling Trophy, an award that was award at one time to the highest scoring fleece at the AOBA National Show, and was the only black to ever win it!
Encore is sired by our own Panasche, sire of multiple champions, and a multiple champion himself! Panasche is sired by Black Mesquite. We couldnt decide how to breed Encore this year do you breed her to black, or light. Ultimately we decided to breed her to our Vincent Sauve. She has such a nice fleece we thought we better breed her to our best male and hope for some color, which Vincent does throw. We feel that no matter what color the offspring will be, it is bound to be spectacular!