RDWD's Bailey's Comet (Admiral Son)
ARI# 31449366 D.O.B. 9/2/2008 (4 yrs)
Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Fawn
Comet is a spunky male, full of energy and personality! Full Peruvian and 9/16 Accoyo, Comet has grown into a very nice male. Great conformation and boasting an attractive head, Comet is following in the footsteps of his elite fleeced sire, Admiral...probably one of his best males.
Comet's fleece was one of the brightest we'd ever seen on a cria, the effect was dazzling...making him look almost golden in the sunlight. As he matured his very fine fleece developed into a beautiful consistent crimp style not only in his blanket but down his legs and all the way up his neck.
In addition to great conformation and fleece, Comet has hit the genetic jackpot. His lineage includes: Misty Maiden: Considered by many to be the "Dam of the Century." She held the previous all time high female sale price of 205K! Camelot: Multiple champion offspring! Magnum: Multiple blues and National Champion. Get of Sire winner.Top 1% of males tested Skin Follicle density. 16 micron. Accoyo Royal Fawn: Previous world record selling price! Accoyo Camilio: Top fawn pick of the accoyo fawn herdsire import! Royal Velvet: Champion and multiple championship winning offspring. 16 micron. Veloura Gold: Multiple champion offsping! Victory Velvet: Champion and producer of many award winning cria! Accoyo Victor: Top fawn Accoyo stud. Accoyo McGwire: Rose Grey. Shere Khan.
Comet was SOLD before he was weaned. He was shown only twice as a 6 month old juvi. Judge's comments: 1st show "One of the youngest in the class...and his first show. Judge loved his fleece, saying he had good fineness, density, awesome brightness, and the fleece was breaking into staples. Said he just needed to mature." and his 2nd show "Beautiful fleece, very fine, super bright, nice density." It is unfortunate that Comet was only shown twice. We feel he would have done well in the show ring if he had continued his show career.
Comet has always lived on our farm. His previous owner had intentions of retiring, buying a farm and sending for Comet once her farm was ready. However that never happened. Since we own Comet's sire, Admiral, we will not be using him as a breeding male. Comet is certainly Herdsire Material with his powerful genetics from his Champion producing sire, Admiral and his Ribbon Winner producing dam, Bailey.
Think what a male like Comet could do for your herd?
Halter 2009 Kentucky Classic Alpaca Show. One of the youngest in the class...and his first show. Judge loved his fleece, saying he had good fineness, density, awesome brightness, and the fleece was breaking into staples. Said he just needed to mature.
Halter 2009 National Champions Alpaca Show. (Judge's comments...Beautiful fleece, very fine, supper bright, nice density.)