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Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  10/7/2005
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  30017004
Color:  White



Lady Peruvian Tasha   


Medium Fawn, 851843, Full Peruvian


Outstanding beauty with crimp, softness and density. The complete package. People who see her always ask if she is accoyo. FLASH: Tasha just delivered a beautiful white female out of the national award winning full accoyo Pagosa! This little girl has a terrific fleece, dense, crimpy and extremely fine. it is fully apparent at birth that she will have a totally woolie face just like her mom!!! Contact Destiny for further information.

  WWF Accoyo Pagosa  
    White, 813558, Full Peruvian  

DENSITY, DENSITY, DENSITY!!! CRIMP, CRIMP, CRIMP!!! Pagosa has it all. Now breeding!!! Full Accoyo!

Pagosa is what everyone looks for.A full Accoyo with great fleece, good conformation and great bone.If you are looking to breed to a male who can improve your herd,Pagosa is that male.

Pagosa has currently thrown 100% females all with super fine, crimpy fleece. Check out Aly at Alpacas of Cedar Ridge, who has a micron count of 15.7, or our Charmin here at home with her Mom Emmy, and Emmy's 2005 cria Bianac or Kiana at Destiny Alpacas born this Oct 2005. We are thrilled with what he has produced so far and can't wait for our his next crias. Two of his girls placed with their fleeces at the 2005 AOBA Nationals in large classes. If you are looking for density, with a soft hand--Pagosa is your man!



  Micron Count
2006: 19.1 micron


Destiny's Peruvian Kiana Sold!
Print Listing | Certificate | Histogram

This calm beauty possesses a dense fleece AND it is gorgeously crimped! Kiana is blessed with the type of fleece that your hand automatically gravitates into and doesn't want to come out of - OH SO SOFT (19.1 micron for you micron lovers out there)! Delicious fleece! It appears that she is going to take after her multiple award-winning parents!! Crimp, staple length and fineness... can the ribbons be far behind? This young lady comes from a long line of champions and she is foundation quality.

Kiana will begin her show career in February 2007 and her breeding career will begin soon after spring show season ends.

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  Awards Received
soon to be shown

Price: Sold


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August 10, 2006

soft and pretty