|2011||AFD 18.7; SD 3.9; CV 20.7; %>30=1.1
|2010||AFD 17.0; SD 4.1; CV 24.1; %>30=1.1
Chieftain banner winning offspring
Highland Baron of Borgue
Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Brown
ARI# 31996594, D.O.B. 4/24/2010 (7 yrs), 5/8 Peruvian, 3/8 Chilean
Lancaster's Highland Chieftain
| ARI# 30590540 | Light Fawn
Coffee Pot Femme Fatale
| ARI# 1105940 | MSG
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Now the Color Champion from the 2012 PAOBA Breeders Showcase, Baron just keeps getting better with age! The judge was thoroughly impressed with the combination of his fineness, density and consistency of crimp. Out of a gray dam, Baron is a rich mahogany brown with the kind of fiber you expect to see on a fawn (thank you, Chieftain!). Baron has been evaluated by five different judges and placed consistently in the top three in four different states. He was also part of our Breeders Best entry in Georgia that won the blue ribbon. With a combination of fineness, density, and beautifully consistent crimp, Baron is a guy who can earn a spot in someone's herdsire row. He has lots of color in his background, covering both black and gray. His sire Chieftain has maintained his fineness for four years with virtually the same histogram he had when he won his first banner. Baron is started out with a great 17 AFD, especially considering his dam is gray. Now, as a 24 month old, he's paying attention to the girls and still winning blue ribbons. His 2012 Spring show season saw him win three blues and a banner against tough competition in the South, PA and Ohio. Solid, solid fiber characteristics and conformation...at a grat price. Don't be fooled by the price. Baron is ready to start his breeding career and needs to find a home where his Dad isn't standing in the pasture beside him.
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First: 2012 PAOBA Breeders Showcase
COLOR CHAMPION: PAOBA Breeders Showcase
First: 2012 CABO Alpaca Celebration
: First: 2012 Best of the U.S.
First: 2010 MABA Alpaca Celebration
First: 2011 Best of the U.S.
Second: 2011 Northeast Alpaca Expo
Second: 2010 GA Alpaca Challenge
Third: 2011 Southern Select
: Third: 2011 MAPACA Jubilee
Third: 2012 MAPACA Jubilee (same class as Color Champ)
25% down with one year no interest financing