We have none of his beautiful girls left of his clan - Scandalous took a 2nd and a blue and was purchased by Tim and Sue Patterson in Middlesburg, Florida. Mentioning another Gloria Rose took a blue last! No complaints on his beautiful crias! She is still on the farm but sold/come see he.r Any doubt as to what he can deliver - come see Sarah's WILSON! lengths here in Florida, but he has what you want. Sold with 2 breedings in the future for Griffonwood.
With his sire being the famous Cantano of Peru and Grandsires of 4 Peruvian Meteor and the famous 4 Peruvian Condor, and then Pardner and Absolut - he has what any farm would be looking for! He has proven that he can do what needs to be done and throws luster in every girl he breeds! He has had Autumn (female) no shows, Aurora (female - ribbon FABA 08, Scandalous (female) 2nd place FABA 08 & blue in Southern Select 08) , Bogey (male) 3rd FABA 08 SOLD, Crimson Tide (male) placed in FABA o8 SOLD , and we Yuma placed in 09 show, and Shantelle took a 2nd and 3rd with incredible length and luster and we heard placed in another show (CABO 2009). She was sold but is back (money prob) and Crimson Tide has had the shearers comment on his fleece each year. All stunning animals!! All have outstanding colors, luster, separate independent locks, and conformation! Our last two boys sold before 3 months of age! And l girl also! And Gloria Rose (Miriam Falkowskis) took a blue in 2013 Florida.
If you are interested in co-owning - please let us know! He will put your farm on the map with the crias that arrive the following year! His shearing was "off" for the shows so staple length was not the greatest and then he just started being the working boy! Shearers always are astonished at the amount of density and weight comes with his shearing! Truely, this boy shines in all directions still ! He would have had many more girls if I didn't get cancer 3 times! My all time favorite male!
Awards Received 2006 FABA 3rd place - Judge mentioned staple length. 2006 SOUTHERN SELECT 2nd place - Judge again mentioned his staple length short (due to us shearing him so late!