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Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Unproven |Dark Rose Grey

AOA# 35508151 | DOB: 8/13/2019

Sire: Romeo of Barron Hill

Romeo of Barron Hill

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Light Silver Grey

AOA#  DOB: 10/1/20157 yrs
Romeo is a lovely uniform light silver grey. We think the photo of his fleece tells the whole story. Six inch staple length which is remarkable and the uniform crimp is truly stunning. He is a proven male with a stunning black cria on the ground and is available for breeding at this time. Sired by Aussie 38 special who's breeding's are now closed, a chip off the old block Romeo is his sires son. 4 banners and 8 blue ribbons to date! Lineages include: Aussie 38 Special, Snowmass Royal Rose, ...
  | AOA#  | Light Silver Grey

Incredible Fleece


Huacaya Open (Female) True Black

AOA# 32166453 DOB: 7/7/201012 yrs
Shadow Dancer is from the MFI incredible Jericho line. Her sire is MFI Peruvian Formula 1 the multiple-champion son of MFI Peruvian Jericho. Shadow Dancer's dam is the beautiful black female LMFI Peruvian Black Essence, daughter of Black Mesquite. The genetics of MFI Black Mesquite joined with the color genetics of MFI Peruvian Jericho created a dynamite black female. Shadow Dancer's fleece is soft and dense with an excellent crimp. In 2015, Shadow presented us with a fabulous male cri ...
  | AOA# 32166453 | True Black
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Whitney is looking nicer and nicer every day.
We registered her as a bay black, but she is like a muddled skein of yarn or perhaps like a tortoise cat. Quite nice to look at.

But now, after her first shearing she is developing into a beautiful DRG.

Her fleece is extremely soft, dense and fine.
Whitney is another lovely gal, that didn't have the opportunity to show off at the 2020 Spring shows.
Whitney's dam is our multi-champion Shadow Dancer who is a producer of champions - Forest, Shadow's Rockstar and now.......Whitney!

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Updated 9/20/2021