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My Peruvian Kitty Hawk Sold!
   
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Kitty Hawk is a Full Peruvian beauty that can boast that not only is she the granddaugther of one of Snowmass Alpacas famous greys, Incan Magic, known for his ultra, ultra fine fleece, but her own sire Silver Hawk is also a grey and BOTH of his parents are grey!

I'm counting on this girl to express some of that grey in her offspring with the added bonus of having the fineness we all strive for. Her mom, Kelsie, just delivered a True Black female sired by my National winner, Midnight Pacer so I'm hoping when this gal is matched up to Oreo Kid, we express some great color!

She's got beautifully straight legs, excellent bite, and very proud upright stature. Her crimp is very fine and her baby fleece just glistened. She sheared 4.2 lbs. of prime in May.


  Awards Received
MABS 2005, 3rd place. Judge: Tim Lavan


Price: Sold

 

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6/28/05


9/02/05


9/02/05


Dad, Silver Hawk


GSire, Incan Magic

 
   
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  5/20/2004
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1192094
Color:  Light Fawn
 
     
 

Micron Count
2005: FD 22.4, SD 5.2, CV 23.4, CF 92.6 Whittick
 
     
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

HPA Peruvian Kelsie   

 
   

Light Fawn, 830718, Full Peruvian

 
   

In an effort to enhance my black & gray breeding program, in 2003 I acquired this Colorado born high quality fawn female out of gray and black parents. Keslie is loaded with the potential to produce excellent gray or black crias. A very eye-catching stylish girl, her 17.8 micron fiber is supersoft, lustrous and luxuriously crimpy. Her sire and dam are both producers of champions.

 
       
  Peruvian Silver Hawk  
    Medium Silver Grey, 820999, Full Peruvian  
   

A rarity among full Peruvian grays as the offspring of two gray imports, Silver Hawk presents the opportunity of achieving deeper consistency in passing his color and color genetics than many of his similarly-colored Peruvian peers. Silver Hawk is a very correct macho with great coverage and a dense, uniform blanket characterized by a fine, high frequency crimp throughout. Silver Hawk expects his first crias in the Summer of 2004!