Salmon River Alpacas

Breeding Simple Elegance

Chris and Jody
184 Co. Rt. 41 A
Pulaski, NY 13142
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Reserve Champion NEAOBA!

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Here it is!

Sonic Boom of Salmon River Alpacas*

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Rose Grey

D.O.B. 8/18/2014 (3 yrs)

Sire:
A Paca Fun's Super Sonic 

Judges' Choice Gray Male!!

A Paca Fun's Super Sonic

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Medium Silver Grey
ARI# 32284911 | DOB: 5/31/2011
A Paca Fun's Super Sonic is the culmination of 3 generations of breeding for elite gray. Beyond his eye appeal, and solid conformation, Sonic's fleece is exceptional. His fleece is dense, fine and displays a "3 dimensional crimp style" not often seen in grays. It also exhibits extreme uniformity of color, with most of the individual fibers being actually gray (as opposed to a mixture of black and white). All of this in combination makes Sonic one of the best total package gray males we have ...
| ARI# 32284911  | Medium Silver Grey 

Dam:
Croyle Farm's Sadie* 

Producing quality!

Croyle Farm's Sadie*

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Dark Brown
ARI# 32148817 | DOB: 8/29/2010
Sometimes you just have to go with your gut. Sadie is one of those quiet gals that did not come w/ an extensive show career record. We knew that she could produce something incredible....and we were right! Reserve Color Champion at 6 months of age!

She is the complete package! Square confirmation and bright, organized fleece structure.
Sadie is one of those girls that you know is the next step in your foundation of breeding females.
*Other daughters from the same mom have already proven th...
| ARI# 32148817  | Dark Brown 

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Description

SONIC BOOM is an up-and-coming PHENOMENAL young Rose Grey Male from elite bloodlines.

In his first show as a juvenile at the Northeastern 2015, he won the RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP in a very competitive Group - beating a 5X Champion in the CHAMPIONSHIP round.

Judge Amanda Vandenbosch complimented his conformational capacity and strength, and his fine fleece, structure and consistency with a uniform soft hand, and density.

At NEAOBA 2015, he again reserved - this time over both 7X and 5X Champions...talk about competitive classes...


SONIC BOOM's success is no surprise as he has strong top and Bottom Lines:

His SIRE is 14X CHAMPION and Judges Choice - A Paca Fun's Super Sonic. Super Sonic is the culmination of 3 generations of breeding for elite gray. Beyond his eye appeal, and solid conformation, Sonic's fleece is exceptional. His fleece is dense, fine and displays a "3 dimensional crimp style" not often seen in grays. It also exhibits extreme uniformity of color.

His DAM comes from the best of the Salmon River Breeding program.

SONIC BOOM is co-owned by Sugartown Farms

Look for him in the fall Show Ring.



From Salmon River Alpacas:
Sonic Boom aka 'Boomer' is the result of a strategic move to put our breeding program in a new direction. We waited, with great anticipation for the arrival of this cria, knowing that the pairing of Sadie and A Paca Fun's Super Sonic would result is something incredible. When he arrived....'BOOM' here it is...mission accomplished!
Boomer is actually out of one of our original lines. His granddam, Keora, was the 1st cria born to us. She has proven to produce what it takes to get winners. Her daughter, Alure, produced a black female champion. When the opportunity for us to purchase back one of Keora's female offspring we did without a second thought. So glad we did!

Boom has excellent conformation, a gorgeous bright fleece, and lots of bundles in his fleece structure. We are looking forward to the development of this boy....as well as showing him off just a little :)



Awards

North East Alpaca Expo, Amanda VanDenBosch, halter,juvi-1st show!!
North East Alpaca Expo

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Updated 1/6/2017