Asher is out of Susanita, one of our favorite females we imported from Chile back in 1997. Susanita has produced other wonderful crias for us like the 1999 national champion (Fleece). Susanita was bred to Dakota, our best stud, and the result was Asher. Asher is a fading fawn and has buttery soft fiber and a high frequency crimp. When you open her fiber the first thing you see beautiful are small bundles and bright fleece. She took a blue ribbon at her first show and we cant wait to see what she will do in the next.
Medium Rose Grey, 30036107, 1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian
His blanket is uniform rose grey, with incredible consistancy and sustained fineness. The histogram is remarkably consistant from chest to tail and blanket quality fiber from neck through thigh. These same characteristics are now showing up in his cria. Renaissance Ridge cria have proven themselves time and time. Our cria are now coming of age and winning in the show ring as well.
Asher II is a pretty special girl to me. Her dam, Asher (the first) was my favorite animal in the herd. She won five championships; including a Supreme Championship! Unfortunately, we lost Asher (the first) a couple of years ago.
Asher II had a champion dam, but she also had a champion Sire. You may have heard about the 11X champion Aussie Guns-N-Roses! Asher II sire and dam have a combined 16 championships; that is unheard of! And believe it or not, she seems to know it.
Asher II was never shown (what was I thinking), but I am certain she would have done quite well if she had. She sports a fine 18 micron fleece full of character, and has above average density. When you check out her photos, you will immediately notice her magnificent upright presence, and her amazing conformation.
Currently she is bred to our Vincent Sauve (top 5% epds) and is due in June, 2016. I cant wait to see what we get!