This full peruvian beauty has everything you need in a foundation female. She is dense, crimpy, soft and a great mother. She has a short typey head, dark eyes and a dark muzzle. Big boned with great conformation and balance. Carole's phenotype shines as does her impressive background. Her sire, Peruvian Goldrush, is part of the Stachowski breeding program and her dam, Channing is a full Peruvian by Chaval.
Carole has had two female cria, one beige sired by Chaval; and the other a true black sired by Socosani. Carole was rebred to Socosani in hopes of a repeat performance on that true black female. You will be able to see this female in the show rings by fall! She is awesome -- heavy boned with hairy legs!! Coverage, crimp, density and that cute little Socosani face that is stamped on all his cria! Short nose -- very typee!! This little cutie has been consigned to the Peruvian Classic Sale in October of 2006.
2006 Get of Sire at the Norther Illinois Show! Socosani is at least 12 years old ... he has been breeding in this country along time ... we will be closing him to outside breedings soon (with all the strange diseases around it may be sooner than you think!). Included in your breeding fee: ultrasound confirmation of pregnancy, 60 days free board for dam and cria, 30 day live cria guarantee. female guarantee for $500 rebreed.
Looking for Grey? Socosani has an 88% record (from ARI registered cria) of producing black or grey offspring! He was imported in 1997 and his ARI date of birth reads June 1, 1994. He has solid coverage from his nose to his toes, perfect conformation and bite, with soft, dense, uniform fleece that, even at 10 years old, can be successfully shown with ribbon-winning results! Socosani is an efficient breeder and one of the best breeders I have seen - he is competent and confident, usually a half hour breeder. His breedings come with a (30 day) liv
Socosani's Bella Negra Full Peruvia (full peruvian TB)
Bella Negra .... just as the name implies. Beauty in black. Bella belongs to a client (family client who bought her at the Peruvian Classic sale!) Bella is from a wonderful BEIGE dam with Stachowski alpacas Chaval and Channing in her background. Her fiber is soft, dense and CRIMPY!!! WOW Crimpy .. that's how I describe it. It is a medium frequency, high amplitude waves from the skin to the tip. She has amazing glossy brightness, like looking at a shiney piece of black coal. Her fiber is also VERY healthy, unbelieveably consistent and well conditioned. She also has those fluffy little ears that make the alpaca look so animated. Her coverage is completely to the ground and around her toes. Her head has a short muzzle and fiber galore! Neither parent lacks fleece coverage, and neither lacks softness or crimp either. She has great substance of bone -- large strong legs and feet. Take no chances with this gal, she is quality from top to bottom!
Progeny of her sire (5Peruvian Socosani)have received the following awards in the past 10 years of production: 9 Color and Reserve Championships, 30 1st places, 26 second places and 25 3rd places and the show records keep growing! Her dam, Peruvian Carol, is a beautiful beige who was never shown. Bred to Cashmere for 2013! We loved the results she gave us with Acxion Jaxon ... that gave us Fleetwood Black (sold half interest to Our Little World Alpacas), and then she gave us a spectacular brown male out of White Thunder, we call him Teddy Bear since we can never see his eyes... his fiber is to die for and his phenotype is AMAZING!!!!!!! For 2013 she is bred to Cashmere. I am thinking I should have bred her to Jumanji for a full peruvian cria with the same high quality genetics :) Opps, sold Jumani a few weeks ago, so when Troubadour comes here she will see him for sure!
Her cria at side is a MSG male, GORGEOUS!!!@ Out of SIlverton, a full peruvian Socosani son!
Awards Received 1st Northern Illinois 2006 "Bred and Owned Female" 2nd Northern Illinois 2006 Halter true black yearlings 1st Northern Illinois Get of Sire (part of my group of 3) 1st Northern Illinois Breeders Best Group of 3