A proven One of the Top five Unique Dams in the country and our best foundation female. Seena's daughters both sold at the Peruvian Classic Sale in 2003: one for $27000 (medium brown 1/2 accoyo full Peruvian sire Accoyo Rama) and the other for $40000(medium fawn 1/2 accoyo full Peruvian sire Accoyo Andian Pride). Her 2003 offspring Seena's Goldilocks (density of 110) was consigned to the AOBA auction in June, 2004 and sold for $68,000.00 and took Fawn/light Reserve Color Championship. Seena's Goldilocks has won two prior Color Championships in 2004 including 3-1st and 4-2nd places in Halter. Consider the fact that Seena has only had girls and they have all been some of the most elite alpacas in the country. She is in a class of her own. A Color Champion producing female no matter who she is bred to. Her female 2004 cria Zodiac's Peruvian Casanova's Princess took second at both the Futurity and MaPaca shows in 2005 at 6 months old. She was auctioned off at the Nationals.
Want to add Accoyo genes to your herd? Impeccable fiber fineness, crimp and density besides incredible coverage, and strong bony conformation makes him the perfect Herdsire. His Micron Count in 2002 at 3 1/2 years old read as follows: AFD=18.6, SD=4.4, CV=23.7, CV%>30=2.0. This 100% Accoyo male who was born in HISTAC quarantine during 98 importation has started throwing some breathtakingly beautiful crias starting with Natalie and continuing with Solariego, Seena's Goldilocks, Feliz Navidad cabilito, and Jupiter. Seena's Goldilocks 2004 Championships: Kentucky Classic 1st and Color Champion, PAOBA 1st and Color Champion, Kentucky Nationals 2nd and Reserve Color Champion. Her fiber is incredible as follows: Micron=17.6, SD=3.9, CV=22.2, CF=99.5, SF=17.3. Goldilocks was sold for $68,000.00 in the AOBA National Auction in June of 2004. Her Full sister(Natilie from same sire and dam) set the record at The Peruvian Classic Sale at Stachowski Farms in Mantua, Ohio on November 1st, 2003
Seena's Pride & Glory is a very dense and crimpy medium brown female being 100% Peruvian and 50% Accoyo. Her fiber is incredible as this combination of Seena & Andian Pride has always been. Her Full sister(Natalie from same sire and dam) set the record at The Peruvian Classic Sale at Stachowski Farms in Mantua, Ohio on November 1st, 2003 selling for $40,000.00. Her sire Andian Pride has thrown all first and second place winners. Andian Pride was a Blue Ribbon winner at the 2000 AOBA All American Futurity show and a Red Ribbon winner at the AOBA sponsored Michigan Alpaca Breeders show 2001. Andian Pride has Impeccable fiber fineness, crimp and density besides incredible coverage, and strong bony conformation made him the perfect sire. This 100% Accoyo male who was born in HISTAC quarantine during 98 importation has continued to produce some breathtakingly beautiful crias. All of his dam's(Peruvian Seena) daughters have sold in auctions. Her half sister Rich Girl(from Seena and Accoyo Rama) sold in the same auction for $27,000.00. Seena's Goldilock's who sold at the National Auction for $68,000 in 2004 had an excellent Show Record: Kentucky Classic 1st and Color Champion out of 26 entries, PAOBA 1st & Color Champion, AOBA Nationals Reserve Color Championship and 2nd in full fleece.
Seena's Pride & Glory was born 3/24/2010.
We have had skin biospy's done by Dr. Norm Evans on dam Seena's cria with the following results: All of their follicle density's were over 77.5 follicles/mm! Their S/P ratio's were an astounding 9.00/1 or better. All of their secondary medullated fibers were 5-% or higher and all have awesome gland density. "These alpacas have many powerful genetic traits", per Dr. Norm Evans.
She was bred to Snowmass Enlightenment and had a MRG female cria on 4/8/13 we named Perfecta Reina. She was bred back to Frango on 5/11/13.
The cria is not included in this sale.
Awards Received Glory is the darkest female ever thrown by Andian Pride & Seena. She is the same color as her dam.
2011 FABA 1st & Brown Color Champion 2011 Michigan Spring Show 2-1st and 1-2nd in Halter, Obstacle, and Showmanship.(Did not have enough brown females for a Championship to take place.)