His first cria on our farm arrived last summer, a beautiful silver gray male, with crimp from head to toe! We think he has "stud quality" stamped all over him. He sold at 6 months and is being imported into England.
For years we have admired (and bred to) NicNac, a full Peruvian gray male in Ohio. When we heard of this rose gray boy out of NicNac's dam, 4Peruvian Pecosa, and the renowned Peruvian Zephyrus [Royal Fawn son], we saw a chance to not only have NicNac's half-brother but to add outstanding gray genetics to our herd as we prepare for our retirement sale.
What can you say about his sire Zephyrus??? A 10-time Champion; Herdsire of the Year and a fabulous fleece!! The combination with Pecosa's strong gray genetics is a remarkable rare result.
Polaris has outstanding staple length,giving him that coveted "teddy bear" look, with a very soft handle and the crimp you would expect out of a Zephyrus son.
His stud fee is only $1750 and there is a $250 dis
Please take a moment to look at this girl's pedigree. Anastasia is a stunning light fawn with an 18 micron produced by a Medium Rose Grey and a Medium Silver Grey. Dam and sire are Champions and the grand-sires on both sides of her pedigree are legendary champions with multi-champion offspring to their credit. Her Sire, TCB Polaris is the Rose Grey son of 10 time Champion, 382 Peruvian Zephyrus, sired by Royal Fawn. One look at the beautiful head on Anastasia and you can identify the unmistakable trait passed on by her great grand-sire. Her dam, MKC's Absolutely Fine is a Halter and Fleece Champion daughter of Premier's Absolute who broke records for grey herd-sires by selling for $250,000 at auction. Show records aside, where Abby shines is as a foundation dam of remarkable potential. We have two of her offspring and are anxiously awaiting a third. All have the superior traits of perfect conformation and carriage complemented by dense, crimpy low micron fleece(and one of them is a future herdsire with silky soft medium silver grey fleece displaying 4.5 inch staple at 8 months of age!). Ana had not been shown when she came to live at Two Crows. We have shown her twice in very large fawn classes with major farms in participation; she finished a very respectable 5th and 6th. We will show her fleece this year and prepare her for breeding this fall. Unless we change our minds, she will be breed to our award winning Modern Rose Grey, Destiny's Peruvian Ghost Rider. This should be a cria that will stop traffic!
Awards Received 2011 Royal Alpaca Challenge 5th 2012 Carolina Alpaca Celebration 6th