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Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm & Shop

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Mike & Natalie Burger
35 Newton AvenueBranchville, NJ 07826
973.948.6800
973.885.4698
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Hidden Pastures Cherry Blossom

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Dark Brown

AOA# 35221354   D.O.B. 9/18/2014 (6 yrs) , 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean

Sire:
Our Peruvian Hachiko 

Simply Stunning Crias!

Our Peruvian Hachiko

Huacaya, Herdsire (Male), Proven, Beige, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31794251 | DOB: 6/1/2010
Sired by MFI Peruvian Jericho, who needs no introduction, with 1362 Peruvian Honeybelle as a dam. For those of you that are pedigree aficionados, yes this is the same pairing that produced Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah. His pedigree is a great combination of some of the classic original Peruvian imports, Bueno, Don Julio and Inca's Ransom.

This is a very dense, fine male on the classic huacaya frame. He has exceptional conformation, with big bone and the square proportions we like to see. H...
| AOA# 31794251  | Beige 

Dam:
Hidden Pastures Black Ebony 

Black Epic Daughter!

Hidden Pastures Black Ebony

Huacaya, Female, Proven, True Black, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/2 Chilean
ARI# 32582697 | DOB: 5/17/2012
Black Ebony was born in a field of buttercups this spring to immediately give her the nickname, Princess Buttercup!

She has excellent conformation and is a very true to type huacaya. Her true black fleece is coming in very nicely, showing good brightness and nice crimp structure.

Her sire is SA Peruvian Black Epic, a well know, true black herdsire that is famous for creating top notch offspring. Her dam is BSF Haley, a Silver Scorpian daughter. Black Ebony is her second true black offs...
| AOA# 32582697  | True Black 

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Price:

$4,500


Bidding Info

Description

A stunning female our of our Black Ebony and a male we purchased from Majestic named Our Peruvian Hachiko. She is a solid chocolate brown with wonderful coverage and a good staple length.

She is very true to type and has amazing presence in the pasture. We look forward to breeding her this year.

Updated 3/1/2018