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  Type:  Huacaya
Status:  Proven

Birthdate:  4/22/2009
Heritage:   1/8 Bolivian, 3/8 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31168755
Color:   Light Fawn
 
     
 

 

 
 

AML Grande Latte   

 
   

Light Fawn, 1186277, 1/2 Chilean

 
   

Grande Latte is a beautiful light fawn girl with fleece "to die for" and excellent conformation. Her first cria, by AML Legacy's Accoyo Leonardo, was born Sept. 13, 2007 and has exceptionally crimpy and dense fleece.

 
       
  AML El Duro's Crusader  
    Light Brown, 30034462, 1/2 Peruvian  
   

An outstanding herdsire, Crusader's first cria's are on the ground, and they are spectacular! Crusader has excellent conformation and exquisite fleece. Crusader's sire, "Pedro", was named number one top stud in an AlpacaNation forum. His half-brother, AML El Duro's Principio has had an un-defeated show career; nine shows, nine blues, nine Championships! And his grandfather is 4PPeruvian Legacy. What more can be said! Drive-by and mobile breedings available. Discounts are available for multiple breedings.

 
       
 
 

 

 
Pine Hill Crusader's Golden Knight
   
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Golden Knight, ("Junior"), is Crusader's first cria and he is gorgeous! With perfect conformation his fleece is tight, crimpy, fine, and SO soft. Consistency, density and coverage are outstanding too.

  Awards Received
2012 New Enfland Hands on Fleece Off - First
2011 MAPACA Spin-Off- First
2011 NAAS Second- Breeder's Best Three
2011 NAAS Second- Produce of Dam
2011 NAAS Sixth- Bred and Owned
2011 NAAS Fifth- Halter
2011 Empire Fleece Spin-off- High Score
2011 Empire Fleece Spin-off- first
2010 Empire Extravaganza First- Halter
2010 Empire Extravaganza Third- Bred and Owned
2010 Green Mountain First-Bred and Owned
2010 Green Mountain Fourth- Halter
2010 Big E First place- Halter
2010 Big E Color Champion
2010 Big E First place- Bred and Owned
2010 NAAS Second place- Halter


Stud Fee: $800 

 

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Big E clean sweep


Green Mountain '10



'A wool machine!'