Gypsy is a true maroon, one quarter Accoyo, suri female with wonderful luster and tight, consistent locks covering her tall, stretchy frame. She is very elegant and upright with fantastic presence and conformation. Her beautiful, black facial markings give her the much sought-after exotic look. She inherits her wonderful coverage and density from her dam, Fabulous Miss Rosa, an Accoyo PPPeruvian Sedoso daughter. Her rich dark coloring comes from her grand sire, Blackmail. Her sire, Woods Edge Ransom, is known to produce dark and true black, show quality offspring even from white dams!
Bay Black, 820245, Full Peruvian
Possesses great color potential. Blanket and neck fiber is bay black and maroon. He has silver grey spots on each upper back leg and true black and white on the lower legs. His face color shows a lot of grey genetics.
1/4 Accoyo, Anastasia comes from many multi-ribbon and multi-champion lineages such as the great well-known bloodlines of Blackmail, Sedoso, Silver Lining & the late great Full Accoyo, PPeruvian Ramilo! EXTRAORDINARY Bloodlines!!
Even her 1/4 Accoyo Dark Brown Dam, Smith-Haven's Gypsy Rosa Lee, is a Color Champion and multi-ribbon winner in her own rights: 1st Place and Color Champion - 2004 North American Alpaca Show (Dr. Julio Sumar), 2nd Place - 2004 MAPACA Jubilee (Jude Anderson), 3rd Place - 2004 PAOBA Breeders Showcase (Levona Fercho).
She already has perfect solid color and conformation, bright luster and independent twisted locks - from head-to-toe, as her coverage and uniformity are excellent for a colored animal. BONUS: She has impressive fiber statistics to boast: AFD - 20.1, SD - 5.6, CV - 27.7, %>30 - 15.7, and CF - 95.2!
She has dark pigmentation with many grey highlights, which is no surprise considering the wonderful Light Silver Grey genetics on both sides of her parents...Silver Lining(LSG) AND ABCF Phantom(LSG).
Her personality is mild-mannered and the sweetest disposition we have ever experienced from an Alpaca.
She is a BLUE RIBBON WINNER in the show ring!
When bred to Conquistidor's Crown, she produced a Bay Black Male with exceptional locks and luster...he drips with luster, always looks wet! Watch for Adonis in the showring next Spring.
Awards Received 1st Place - 2006 North American Livestock Expo, AOBA Show 1st Place - 2006 North American Livestock Expo, ALSA Show 2nd Place - 2007 Kentucky Classic 4th Place - 2006 Great Midwest Alpaca Festival (youngest in class of 10, Judge Ruth Inglefield, stated that "she is the perfect Suri package for her age and is sure to be a contender as she grows older."), 4th Place - 2006 Buckeye Alpaca Show (youngest in class of 6, Judge Tim Lavan) 4th Place - 2007 Southern Select, Dark Yearling