Cinder is half sister to both Lily (paternal) and Topaz (maternal). Her True Black color is stunning and she has the sweetest face and fuzzy ears. Cinder is a great mom with plenty of milk for her thirsty cria. Although Cinder is solid black, her genetics come from a line of grey. So far, Cinder has given birth to four females and one male...all solid colored and healthy. We have three of Cinder's cria on our farm to see what this girl can produce for you. Cinder has produced the most ribbon-winning cria on our farm. She is truly a breeder's delight.
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Dark Fawn, 841149, Peruvian
Corazon is a mirror image of his famed sire Legacy Gold. He displays a superb fleece the color of rich caramel with a royal baby grade of 19.8 microns (measured at 3 years)! His physical presence is compellingly attractive with solid conformation and a head that is outstanding!
When it comes to pedigree, Corazon has a tremendous alpaca aristocracy in his lineage. Julie Skinner of Snowmass Alpacas said of Legacy Gold; Corazon's sire, "I do not think there is a stud in all the US that can hold a candle to this Stud's performance in excelling the Huacaya breed." That is an amazing statement! Besides his incomparable Sire, Corazon's Grandsires are 4Peruvian Legacy and Peruvian Hemingway.
Buster Keaton is the result of years of careful breeding by some of the most knowledgeable alpaca breeders in the country.
Even though Buster was born right on our farm, his lineage boasts some of the most well-known and profitable impact herdsires in the industry including Legacy, Legacy Gold, and Hemingway.
To compliment his stellar pedigree, Buster has been awarded in the show ring as well. Buster has ribboned in every show he has entered and even placed in a very tough class at MAPACA although he was one of the youngest in the class. Some words that judges have used to describe this boy include, athletic, solid, macho, muscular, well-conditioned, bright, impressive, and well-put together.
Buster showed at MAPACA 2007. The competition was fierce and Buster was the second youngest in the class, but he held his own and placed 6th in the large field. The judge had a hard time placing the 5th and 6th place winners. She came back to Buster three times before her final decision. Buster did it again taking a Blue ribbon at the Empire Extravaganza in 2007 and a Red (out of 13 great looking males) at the Western New York Alpaca Show 2008. We are proud of Sandy Creek's Buster Keaton and we look forward to showing him again this fall at the Empire Extravaganza in Syracuse, NY.
Buster's fiber is both bright and soft with organized, crimpy bundles. He is a solid dark fawn/light brown color from the tip of his ears to his fuzzy toes. His square, typey face and solid conformation helped Buster place well in the shows in which he was entered.
Awards Received 3rd Place Hacaya, 2 Year, FF, Light Brown - Empire Alpaca Extravaganza 2008 2nd Place Huacaya, Shorn, Year., Fawn - WNY Alpaca Show 2008 (out of 14!) 1st Place Huacaya, Yearling, Shorn, Dark Fawn - Empire Extravaganza 2007 6th Place Huacaya, Juv, Lt. Brown - MAPACA 2007 (out of 13!!) 4th Place Huacaya, Shorn, Juv, Lt. Brown - Western New York Alpaca Show 2007 2nd Place Brown Fleece - Western New York Alpaca Show 2007