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Hidden Hill Farm

A Fleece Apart from the Rest.

Carol Karsten
27 Mattheson RoadAntrim, NH 03440

Hidden Hill Peruvian Due Process

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | White

AOA# 32743692   D.O.B. 7/22/2012 (8 yrs), Full Peruvian

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: | AOA# 828243  | White 

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Bidding Info


Due Process was my very first son of Hidden Hill Peruvian Dually -- he came out beautifully. Three days later, he made a huge leap in our large females' pen, landed badly on his left front leg on the edge of a two by four that made up a 'manure box' for that pen, and his knee was injured. My large animal veterinarian/chiropractor came out the next day, but there was nothing we could do apart from AD supplementation. The damage was done.

Now, his dam, Brietta, is a color champion in her own right but has only produced banner offspring previous to Due Process. His fleece is so spectacular that it could be shown.

Sad as it is for us, we will be selling Due Process as a fiber/companion animal. He has a gorgeous head, and is a beautifully covered male with a truly elite fleece. He requires no special treatment because of his front leg at all.

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 2/25/2014