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Jackie Armiger
61 White Pine Road
Chesterfield, NJ 08515
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  11/10/2004
Heritage:   1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1447354
Color:  Medium Brown

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Aysen's Arana   


Medium Brown, 817081, Full Chilean


Sold July 2005

Arana offers brown and black color genes as well as health, beauty, conformation and a perfect bite. An excellent mother and a dependable breeder, she has produced four vigorous crias, including two bay black females. With soft fiber, good crimp, density and loft, she is appealing to the eye with a willowy elegance. She is bred to Jaxon's Armani with November 4, 2005 due date.

Cria History:
"Windy's Dora," medium brown, DOB 11/10/2004, dense and crimpy with a Micron of 16.3 at six months old. (sire "Jaxon's Armani" light fawn - roan)

“Windy’s Ida,” bay black, DOB 11/8/2003, dense, crimpy, and fine, a dream come true; with a Micron of 21.2 at 1 1/2 years old. (sire “Jaxon’s Armani” light fawn - roan)

“Mumsie,” (Sold) bay black, DOB 5/13/2002, beautiful, elegant and soft. (sire “Royal Peruvian Challenger” DRG) Mumsie had her first cria in May 2005, a true black female.

“Jewell,” beige, DOB 3/31/2001, robust alpha ma

  Jaxon's Armani  
    Light Fawn, 825602, 7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Other/Unknown  

Armani has a fleece of buttery softness and crimpy bundles from head to toe. As the son of the well known CPeruvian Jaxon, he carries a bay black color gene, while he displays a varigated fawn color fading from dark to light.



  Micron Count
2005: Whittick Fiber Testing
(6 months old)
16.3 Avg. Fiber Diameter in Microns
3.3 Standard Deviation
20.5 Coefficient of Variation
100.0 Comfort Factor
43.5 [33] Curve


Windy's Dora Sold!

Listed by Jackie Armiger & Ric Gaskill of Chesterfield, NJ

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Sold July 2005.

Juvenile Female - Dense, Crimpy and Fine!

Dora's fleece at 6 months of age has a micron count of 16.3 and feels like butter. She displays the rich solid chocolate brown color of her mother, while she should carry a bay black color gene from her sire. She is also vigorous with good conformation. With an alluring independent personality since birth, she is sure to charm you.

Dora promises to develop into a good looking adult with competitive fleece. She comes from strong healthy breeders and has wonderful coverage from head to toe with a soft and full topknot. We are planning to show her at SEPA in September.

Reproduction guarantee with purchase.
Includes free board for 6 months.
Includes a breeding to Picchu's Merlin, our future black herdsire, who will begin breeding in the Fall of 2005.
10% Discount offered with the purchase of multiple animals from our farm.

  Awards Received
Dora’s sister, “Windy’s Ida,” DOB 11/8/2003, from the same parents had similar wonderful fleece qualities at the age of Dora. Ida placed 2nd at MAPACA Jubilee 2005 - yearling full fleece halter, won Best Dark Huacaya Female at the ABC show 2005, and placed 2nd at SEPA 2004 - juvenile full fleece halter. And, Ida's yearling fleece took first place in bay black at PAOBA Breeders Showcase 2005.

Price: Sold




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Windy's Dora

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Dora stretching

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This listing was last updated on 9/10/2007 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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