Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 836412 Color:
Beige, 807393, Peruvian
Sonia is a full Peruvian beauty from her head to her toes. Daughter to Peruvian Cronus, granddaughter of Peruvian Guellermo, she has a winning pedigree. Won close 2nd place at MaPaca Jubilee in competitive white class to alpaca that sold for $38K.
Challenger is extraordinary! His color is glorious, his conformation is impeccable, his bone is heavy and his fiber is dense. A full Peruvian male of this caliber with such extreme color is a rare treasure!
Challenger settles females with ease and his offspring have won in show rings all over the United States; his reputation is outstanding and well deserved. He has proven over and over that he throws fabulous color, perfect conformation and superior staple length. Challenger is a Virginia's Finest offspring producer.
Challenger is known for settling his females quickly. His cria are know for their wonderful disposition as well as their perfect conformation. He even throws his own rare hue. Challenger offspring are always quick to sell - we have yet to hold on to one! Looking for show stopping cria? Put Challenger into your breeding program! Set an apointment now for a fall or spring breeding.
Challenger is proudly co-owned with Clover Meadows Farm of VA
Serena Skye: Pure Peruvian (1/4 Accoyo) from top bloodlines, Serena is a dark fawn beauty with dark points.
Shes a consistent producer of elite alpacas, including true black BGGY Malabar Jack, a Color Grand Champion and Blue Ribbon Winner in Oregon. Her lineage includes PPPeruvian Aphrodite, 4Peruvian Cronus, PPeruvian Guellermo and 4Peruvian Chaval.
She passes on her compact, straight conformation, presence, and beautiful head, along with buttery soft fiber. About her sire, Royal Peruvian Challenger, its said: Challenger is extraordinary! His color is glorious, his conformation is impeccable, his bone is heavy and his fiber is dense. A full Peruvian male of this caliber with such extreme color is a rare treasure! He took many Blue Ribbon wins such as first place in a class of 23 at AOBA Nationals. Challenger's progeny have been winning shows all over the United States.
Serenas strong reproductive health and mothering skills make her a valuable and reliable foundation female. Her offspring range in color from black to beige and are mostly females. Her sons are herdsires; her next cria will be spectacular!