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Angel Dreams Alpacas

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Tracy DiPippo
14058 Sun Forest DrivePenn Valley, CA 95946

PPeruvian Inca Son

Aero Ranch's Augusta Piccard

Suri, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn

D.O.B. 9/15/2006 (13 yrs)

PPeruvian Inca G4581 

Full Accoyo, In Memoriam of the legend!

PPeruvian Inca G4581

Suri, Male, Proven, White, Light Brown, Full Peruvian
ARI# 123076 | DOB: 1/1/1991
Inca was clearly outstanding in his ability to produce exceptional offspring. Inca's cria have won countless awards in the show-ring over the years and Inca himself won many many first place "Get of Sire" awards. As they say, "the proof is in the pudding". One look at his offspring and you will understand why this herdsire is so special. Inca is the definition of prepotency. Even when bred to mediocre females, he consistently produced nice cria. We have retained several of Inca's sons, includin...
| AOA# 123076  | White, Light Brown 

KHF Frey JA 
| AOA# 1119961  | White 

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Amazing cria!

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Available for a limited time, breedings to any Angel Dreams Alpacas females!!!

Piccard was carefully bred and selected by Aero Ranch, and this male has EVERYTHING we are looking for in our breeding program! Incredible, uniform fleece with a hand to die for, and phenotypically correct in every way!

Piccard is sired by the legendary PPerucian Inca. Exhibiting a classic luscious fleece style, he also produces color! Selectively bred, Piccard has produced many blue ribbon winning offspring! We believe this male will take our suri program to the next level and we want to share him with a select few who want the same characteristics in their program as well!

Owned by Aero Ranch


2008 Southwest Regional Alpaca Halter Show
2008 AOBA National Fleece Show
2008 Monterey Pronk Halter Show
2008 Monterey Pronk Halter Show
2009 AOBA National Halter Show
2009 Suri Network Fleece Show

Financing Terms

We are committed and flexible. Our goal is your success!

Updated 4/24/2019