||Sire Pride of America
||Grand Sire Dom Timbo
Full Peruvian, Blue Ribbon Herdsire
Bujorian's Peruvian Diesel
ARI# 31202947 D.O.B. 6/24/2008 (5 yrs)
Huacaya, Male, Proven | Bay Black
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Our Peruvian (Vin) Deisel is packing — an outstanding pedigree of color that is. Sired by Pride of America, a light silver grey son of Peruvian Dom Timbo. Timbo is a dark silver grey who was the first-draft pick of the 1998 Peruvian imports. Diesel's family tree includes other fine imports such as dark silver grey Peruvian Silverado, bay black Peruvian Celine, and light fawn Peruvian Dona Maisa.
Diesel's dam, our Peruvian Rose is a rock solid proven producer of greys, blacks and bay blacks. She has very nice conformation with large bone structure. Judges had commented on her exceptional handle, straight legs with good coverage, and nice size. Her dense black fleece has nice bold crimp. She has 4-5 silver grey spots in her blanket. Rose's sire Peruvian Silverado produces 62% greys and blacks. Rose is a proven black foundation dam with excellent import genetics. All of her cria have consistently shown excellent conformation. She is a reliable producer, easy birthing, lots of milk. Her cria grow and gain weight quickly.
At the 2009 National Champions' Alpaca Show, Diesel took 1st Place in the yearling halter and 3rd place in walking fleece. Also, Sixth Place Halter, 2009 Best of the Midwest.
Diesel's fleece is uniform in color, brightness and fineness with a good hand. He feels exceptionally smooth for a dark color. He also has potential to pass on some of those concealed grey genes that have produced show winners of color. His conformation is excellent with a typey head and great coverage nose to toes.
21.2µ AFD 4.1 SD 19.2 CV 97.2 CF
24.8µ AFD 4.4 SD 17.7 CV 92.7 CF
Diesel's sire: Pride of America, Light Silver Grey, ARI 832619. Pure Peruvian treasure! Impressive grey genetics from sire Dom Timbo, and advanced fleece characteristics from outstanding fawn dam 6Peruvian Maisa combined to produce a fleece of amazing fineness, density, staple length, brightness and high-frequency crimp. His first fleece took Best of Show at Fiberfest 2002; the next a Blue Ribbon at the AOBA National Conference 2003. He has also taken firsts and seconds in full-fleece halter classes and in composite. Strong and square with terrific bone, great conformation, majestic presence and excellent libido, he remains easy to handle. At nearly 4 years of age his AFD was 20.7 microns. Most of his first crias were GREY! He has produced both rosegrey and silver and even the folks that got male crias are happy and have come back for more.
First Place Halter, 2009 National Champions' Alpaca Show
Third Place Walking Fleece, 2009 National Champions' Alpaca Show
Sixth Place Halter, 2009 Best of the Midwest