|2009||Micron Count: 21.3
|2008||Shearing Weight: 10 Lb with 6Lb blanket
|2007||Micron Count: 17.0 mic , 0.5% above 30
Xanadu P. Coleridge
Huacaya, Male, Proven | Beige
ARI# 30496408, D.O.B. 10/5/2005 (12 yrs), Full Peruvian
| ARI# 185825 | White
| ARI# 822630 | White
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Coleridge is an exceptional alpaca product of 2 great genetics combination:
His sire, Presidio, is the finest producing son of Accoyo Caligula. He has 7 get of sire wins and a 2nd place in get of sire at 2004 National Show.
His dam, Snowmass Sonata, is a daughter of Snowmass Andean Song who won a product of dam for Snowmass at the International Alpaca Odyssey, few years ago. Sonata 4th histogram was 18.8 mic. & 0.5%+
Reserve Color Champion at the '07 Level IV Southwestern Regional Show. Judge Kristen Burnham couldn't stop talking about his fine, dense fleece. At six months he took 2nd in his class of 12 at GWAS with judge Amanda VandenBosch comment that he was the youngest in the class but to just watch out as this guy grows. At 2 years of age, not only did he took a blue ribbon at Empire extavaganza 07, but judge Amanda Vandenbosh mention the exceptional quality of his fleece. One week later at VAOBA he took 2nd of a group of 9 with judge Wade Gease thanking us to show this astonishing fleece.At the same show, Diana Timmerman give his fleece the best of the show ribbon (on 150 fleeces)
At GMAFS (Vermont) Judge Cheryl Gehly gave him blue ribbon and Judges choice award calling his fleece amazing.
Coleridge fleece is fully bundled with high brightness and a very soft hand.It is dense and crimpy to the tips exhibiting high amplitude with very high frequency style, showing uniformity from neck to Blanket into the mid leg region. His fleece opens up clean, extremely bright and crisp.
Come to see his off-springs. He got 3 females (2 whites from white females, 1 beige from a light fawn female) and 4 males (a medium brown from a medium fawn female and a bay black from a dark fawn female, a light fawn from a light fawn female and a light fawn from a medium brown female). You will be interested to see the consistency in finesse, staples length and deep bold crimp in all his of-springs.
Color Champion / Fleece / VAOBA 2007 /of 150 fleeces - Level IV
Color Champion / Fleece / Empire Alpaca Symposium
Color Champion / Fleece / MAPACA 2008 - Level V
Color Reserve / Halter / South West Regional Show 2007 /Level IV
Color reserve / Fleece / Fiber 2 Fashion 2008
Best Fleece of the Show / VAOBA 2008
Best Hand of the Show / VAOBA 2008
Best Crimp of the Show / AOBA National 2008
Judges Choice Award / Green Mountain Alpacas Fall festival 2008
1st place / spin off / MAPACA 2010
1st place / Halter / South West regional Show 2007
1st place / Halter / Empire Extravaganza 2007
1st place / Fleece / VAOBA 2007
1st place / Fleece / Green Mountain Alpacas Fall festival 2008
1st place / Fleece / Empire Alpacas Symposium 2008
1st place / Fleece / Fiber 2 Fashion 2008
1st place / Fleece / MAPACA 2008
1st place / Fleece / AOBA National 2008
2nd place / Halter / GWAS Show 2006 / Class of 12 / Level IV
2nd place / Halter / VAOBA 2007 / Class of 9 / Level IV
very fine beige, her first cria is black
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