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Whistler's Glen Alpacas
Kathy & Bob Arnold
8114 Valley View Rd.
Hudson, OH 44236
330-342-4482
   
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  5/15/2005
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1203080
Color:  True Black
 
     
 

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CPeruvian Fern   

 
   

Medium Fawn, 806417, Full Peruvian

 
   

Fern defines the phrase "foundation female". She is a strongly built production girl who has effortlessly given us 2 beautifully robust and conformationally sound cria. She was selected for import and passed all of the stringent tests that were required. Her crias have high IGG ranging from 2500-3500, gain weight quickly, and are wonderfully healthy and alert. Her milk is plentiful.

We will be keeping Fern as a part of our foundation group and have reluctantly sold her 2003 daughter Talulah. Both possess strong genetic vigor and we want to be sure to continue the line in our herd. Her true black male from 2004 was a star of our show string and has been purchased by a West Coast farm as a junior herdsire. His fiber character is incredibly crimpy, fine, and lustrous - and oh what a head and presence. From the moment he could stand, his perfect conformation was evident. Her 2005 cria, Lucky Chance, is a full brother and looks like he will be an equally outstanding dark

 
       
  My Peruvian Chance  
    True Black, 816391, Full Peruvian  
   

Chance is a full Peruvian BLACK herdsire with outstanding coverage and fleece character from base to tip. His fleece is extremely dense and finely crimped. He is strongly built and has an excellent disposition. His bloodline is rare to the U.S. since his sire, CPeruvian Timo resides in Canada. His dam, Peruvian Columbine, was imported through Canada from Peru, and has had two black offspring when bred to black.

Chance cria can now be seen under the progeny links shown below. Note the consistency of the square conformation and erect presence that he has stamped on his off-spring. They have also inherited outstanding fiber character. 2004's 3 cria have proven themselves in the showring with first, second, and third place positions. His 2004 and 2005 cria have followed in their predecessors footsteps. He has a high percentage of black off-spring even from white dams. Follow the link to our website from our farm page, and then click on the Chance button, fiber shots and

 
       
 
 

 

 
Whistler's Peruvian Lucky Chance Sold!
 

Listed by Kathy & Bob Arnold of Hudson, OH

   
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We did have some gorgeous boys in 2005 and Lucky ranks up there with the best of them. He is a full brother to Whistler's Chance Encounter who sold to Champion Alpacas of California as a junior herdsire at 10 months of age.

His sire, My Peruvian Chance, consistently gives us beautifully conformed and fleeced youngsters. They in turn, consistently give us ribbon after ribbon in every showring they enter. The Chance line is still very limited in the US gene pool. His sire (CPeruvian Timo) only has 7 registered offspring in the US. In addition to conformation and fleece Chance also has a very high rate of black production and Lucky should do the same for your farm.

We will include a breeding to any of our unrestricted herdsires in his price. Take a look at the list and you will appreciate what a great value this offer is.

Lucky has density, coverage, fineness, crimp, bone, and that teddy bear head!

25% down and 4 year financing available.


  Awards Received
1st place - Maryland Alpaca Show 2006

1st place - Nationals 2006


Price: Sold

       

 

 
 

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This listing was last updated on 5/25/2006 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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