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Emelise Alpacas
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Susan & Wayne Robinson
73 MacKenzie Road
Hampton, NJ 08827
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Proven

Birthdate:  10/2/2005
Heritage:   3/8 Chilean, 5/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1270563
Color:  Pattern (White, Medium Brown, Dark Brown)

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DreamSpinner's Sweet Jasmine   




"Jazz" is a beautiful 3/4 Accoyo light fawn gal with a dark fawn face. She boasts a blue-ribbon winning, crimpy fleece with exceptional density. She has perfect conformation and bite and is a truly wonderful mother. She has had easy births with plenty of milk and has given us three stunning female cria and a future herdsire. They have all placed highly when shown. She passes her extremely gentle temperament and beautiful fiber to her cria not to mention her trusting, intelligent personality.

  Peaceful Valley Tristan  
    Medium Fawn, Full Peruvian  

This stunning half-Accoyo medium fawn son of Peruvian Microsoft (sired by Peruvian Accoyo Camilio) has begun his own stud career and is off and running. His conformation is flawless and his exceptional fiber is pictured on the side. You can see the density and character in his fleece. Tristan is complimented every year by the sheerers and in 2006 he sheered 11.6 lbs! His 2007 blanket weighed xxx. He is an extremely gentle, even-tempered boy with tremendous color genetics. Fawns, browns, maroon, gray and black are all represented in his impressive pedigree. He is an ideal choice if you desire depth of color without sacrificing fleece quality.



Emelise's Champas Sold!

Listed by Susan & Wayne Robinson of Hampton, NJ

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We knew Champ would be a herdsire from day one. We have never seen another cria with so much presence, bone structure and confidence. With his strong pedigree he has quite a bit of which to be proud. He is 5/8 Peruvian and 3/8 Accoyo.

From his fleece-covered face to the tips of his toes, this boy has coverage with well-defined high-amplitude, high-frequency crimp and fineness the judges have consistently admired. He has been awarded a ribbon in every show he has attended as a juvi and yearling. He was then retired from the show string for a few years until we took him back on the road when he was nearly 4 years old. We were so impressed with the way his fleece was maintaining it's fineness and the uniformity of its crimp style. Boy are we glad we did. He was awarded the Reserve Color Championship by Amanda Vandenbosch at the Level 5 North American Alpaca Show, arguably one of the most competitive shows in the country. In her oral reasonings she stated that "for his age he has retained remarkable fineness and uniformity coupled with significant density". Well, a few years later, nothing has changed and his crimp, density and fineness are still awe inspiring.

We have used Champ as our farm ambassador at many public events. We will miss his easy-going personality and exceptional temperament, but our loss is your gain. Whether you breed for solid colored or multi colored alpacas, Champ will work for you. Of his over one dozen siblings, only one other is multi.

All reasonable offers will be considered!

  Awards Received
2009 MAPACA Jubilee - 1st Place
2009 North American Alpaca Show - 1st and Reserve Color Champion
2007 PAOBA Breeder's Showcase - 2nd Place
2007 MAPACA Jubilee - 3rd Place
2007 North American Alpaca Show - 3rd Place

Price: Sold




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This listing was last updated on 3/3/2017 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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