Fiber / Scientific Data
|May 23 2009||18.0 AFD, 3.7 SD, 20.6 CV at 1 year
Blue Ribbon Winner
Penny's First Lady
ARI# 31351843 D.O.B. 6/11/2008 (5 yrs) (Due Date: 5/19/2014)
Huacaya, Female (Bred), Unproven | White, Medium Fawn
Sire: CPeruvian Accoyo Don Quijote
|| ARI# 813398 | White
Service Sire: OSA Peruvian Typhoon
|| ARI# 30602045 | Light Brown
Lady is a full Peruvian, ¾ Accoyo gem. Her Sire, CPeruvian Don Quijote, is a multiple ribbon winner. His Show Career includes a Color Championship, several Blues, and a Get of Sire. Her Dam is a Peruvian Victor daughter. What a powerhouse of genetics.
Lady has wonderful, dense, crimpy fleece, with great bundling. She has all this and fineness that would rival any. Combine this with her correct conformation and her typey look. Now you can see why, we think she is something special. We haven’t even touched on how “cute” she is. She will definitely get noticed on any size farm. (I will get fiber pics just as soon as I can get her to hold still long enough.)
Update: We just had a well know breeder of Champions out to look at her. His comments “Wow she is nice” and “She should take a blue at any show”.
December 06, 2008, we just returned from The National Champions Alpaca Show. Judges comments where "wow she is already starting to pop" and "Look at the consistency of the architecture in her fleece....Thru all her colors" He also commented on her brightness and density. All of that came from just the halter judge. The fleece judge said she wished she could give her a perfect score.
Guess my friend was right.
If you are looking for a girl that will get you noticed, lady is for you. You cannot walk her from the stall to the show ring without being stopped numerous times. Everyone has to see and feel this girl.
As with all the alpacas on our farm, Lady is halter trained, micro chipped and has tested BVD negative.
1st place National Alpaca Champions Show juvinile multi halter class
1st place National Alpaca Champions Show juvinile multi walking fleece class (This class combines males and females)
4th place Indiana Alpaca Invitational 2009