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Hidden Hill Farm

A Fleece Apart from the Rest.

Carol Karsten
27 Mattheson RoadAntrim, NH 03440
603-933-1979
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Final Answer's 2011 PAOBA Blue

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Fawn Dually Son!

Final Answer by Dually

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn

AOA# 31919197   D.O.B. 5/26/2011 (9 yrs), 7/8 Peruvian

Sire:
Hidden Hill Peruvian Dually 

1/4 Accoyo, 5x Champ, 2009 Futurity and MAPACA Color Champ!

Hidden Hill Peruvian Dually

Huacaya, Male, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31077217 | DOB: 7/6/2007
Hidden Hill Peruvian Dually is our home-bred and born 2009 White Huacaya Male Color Champion at AAA Futurity. He followed that up with the 2009 White Male Huacaya Color Champion at MAPACA. What more could one want? Well, how about winning Judges' Choice at MAPACA? He's done that, too. In fact, the three times his fleece showed, he took championships and the Judge's Choice. However, with the Futurity championship, Dually has met the best of the west, east and all the rest and he has come...
| AOA# 31077217  | White 

Dam:
Simba's Lou-Lou of UPS 

Simba, Simba, Simba

Simba's Lou-Lou of UPS

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Dark Fawn
ARI# 31464239 | DOB: 7/22/2008
Daughter out of the great Simba of A.L. Paca's. 9X Champion banners himself plus a very impressive 12 blue ribbons for Get of Sire.
| AOA# 31464239  | Dark Fawn 

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Bidding Info

Description

Here is proof that I love my Dually sire line enough to buy in one of the best colored Dually sons out and about. Final Answer by Dually was bred here at my farm in 2010 and showed very well as a juvie fawn male in 2011, and I had my hands on him at the MAPACA show that year. He took a second place at MAPACA, which is great for a juvie full cut class there and then went on to take his class at PAOBA that same year. Thank you, Nicole Bourne, for this wonderful opportunity. Final Answer is a proven male, with a wonderful fawn female.

Now, to call him fawn is to sell him short, really. He has enough rose gray areas in his fleece to qualify now as a rose gray, to my eyes at least. We do a small internally dam line driven gray program now, and we will probably line breed back with some of our grays we produce here to Final Answer. In the meantime, he has bred our lone rose gray female, Georgia Peach, and she is spitting off for now. So, we probably will see by next fall if he can cover gray. That said, we will know the same thing about his sire, Dually, by that time as well, as Dually has been bred to both classic and modern grays this fall!

So, welcome to our herdsire row, Final Answer.

Financing Terms

We like to tailor financing to meet the needs of our clients, so we do not have set terms. Everyone has a different set of parameters, just as they do different goals, so a 'one size fits all' approach just makes no sense when talking financing terms.

Updated 12/6/2017