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from May 2005.
D.O.B.: August 26, 2000
Patronne, himself a
reserve grand champion, has produced many ribbon winning offspring,
ranging in colour from white to black, including a champion and two
reserve grand champions; now his grandchildren are winning in the
show ring too. However, of more importance than show winnings are
his excellent attributes (backed by an excellent pedigree) that he
passes on to his cria: the most important is his very fine fleece
that has stayed fine with age (AFD of 17.5 at age 1 and AFD of 22.2
at age 10, with SD of 4.4 and CV of 19.8%) combined with excellent
density: he still had a sheer weight of over 8 lbs. (in the bag) at
age 10. He has good conformation, solid bone and a handsome head; he
passes on his calm and pleasant personality to his cria as well.
Jolimont Peruvian Alpamayo
If you are looking for those famous
Alpamayo genes in eastern Canada, here they are. Armani, a Grand
Champion at the 2003 Alpaca Ontario (AO) show, has followed in his
well-known sireís footsteps: his fleece has a pronounced high
frequency crimp, is very dense and bright, and has stayed fine with
age. (Fibre stats 2012: AFD 24.6, SD 5.5, CV 22.1%). He excels at
passing on his highly desirable fleece characteristics. He has
produced numerous ribbon winning offspring, including one of the colour champions at the 2010 Alpaca Ontario show.
Sire: Kelowna's Sundance Kid
Dam: Gemini Bar
D.O.B. : July 2, 2004
If you are looking for a proven
stud with an excellent pedigree, and exceptional fleece
characteristics in a dark colour, Cinder Bar is the one. His sire is
the well-known Kelownaís Sundance Kid, producer of many show winning
offspring; the Kid is an Alpamayo son, and Cinder has that trademark
density, brightness, and high frequency crimp, as well as fineness.
Cinderís dam is a Peruvian Pistachio daughter. Cinderís AFD at age 1
was 21.2 and at age 8 it was still a very respectable (for such a
dark colour) 26.3 (with SD of 4.4 and CV of 16.8%). (Fibre stats 2010: AFD 26.2, SD 4.4, CV 16.8%).
From his show career out west spanning three years Cinder has
several first and second place ribbons as well as a Reserve
Championship. He has show winning offspring including a first
place in black juvenile males.
Sire: Aztec Outback
Dam: S.Dream's Fabrege
D.O.B.: June 22, 2005
This full Peruvian stud has a
great pedigree, including Hemingway and Victorís Vaccoyo. His
mother is a full sister to the well-known S. Dreamís Zaccoyo. Both
of Nascarís parents have stayed fine with age. Nascar is a
big-boned well-conformed alpaca with a handsome head. His fleece
is very dense with a good staple length, giving him the highest
shear weight on the farm in 2010; his fleece also has a well defined
high frequency crimp and very little guard hair. At age 2 his AFD
was 22.1 and at age 4 it was 25.7 with an SD of 4.9 and CV of 19.2.
He has a variety of ribbons to his credit.
His cria have turned out exceptionally well - he has done an
excellent job of passing on his large frame, density, high shear
weights, and minimal guard hair.
Sancho's sire, Pauco, is
famous in Alberta for producing show-winning alpacas. Sancho
has great conformation and presence, good bone, and a very handsome
head. He has a dense, lustrous fleece, with deep bold crimp,
bundling, and an amazing staple length. He passes on his
superior fibre qualities and his calm personality to his cria. He
has produced show winning offspring, including a Reserve
Champion and a Reserve Grand Champion.
First place winner in 2002. Really
large boned; very dense crimpy fleece; wonderfully gentle
personality. He consistently has one of the highest shear weights
on the farms. His sire, Coyo Destini, an Accoyo alpaca, was a
Grand Champion and has sired many show winning offspring. Nick's
fibre stats from 2003: AFD 24.1; SD 4.8; CV 19.7% Fibre stats from
2006: AFD 26.7, SD 5.3, CV 19.9%. He has produced some very nice
Dam: Jolimont Peruvian Talara.
D.O.B. : July 8, 2008
If you are looking for fineness this
full Peruvian light fawn half-brother to Patronne is the stud for
you. His amazing fibre stats from 2010 are: AFD 15.3, SD 3.2, CV
20.7. In 2012 (age 4) they were AFD 18.5, SD 4.3, CV 23.2%, 1.1%
>30. His dam maintained an extremely fine fleece with age (AFD of
21.9 at age 15) and his sire was well-known for producing numerous
ribbon winning offspring. As well as fineness, Trico has a very
dense fleece with a high frequency crimp. Fourth place in a class of
10 at the 2010 Alpaca Ontario show, and first place at the Eastern
Canadian Alpaca Futurity in 2010. First place winner in both the
2011 and 2012 AO spin-off.