Jambalaya is a tall, conformationally perfect female. She has just started her breeding career at our farm. As an offspring of Royal Fawn, she did well in the show ring.
Daughter of Accoyo Royal Fawn and Granddaughter of Accoyo El Moustachio
MFI Peruvian Wellington FO70
White, 811710, Full Peruvian
Wellington represents the epitome of the direction and the goals of our own North American alpaca industry. He was produced on this continent by a selective breeding between the record-breaking, high-selling alpaca, Accoyo Augusto, mated to a Peruvian dam who exhibits excellence in both fleece and conformation. Believed to be the best offspring of Accoyo Augusto, this documented, domestic-born herdsire truly represents another "step up the ladder."
Yago is bundled, fine and bright! He is actually a "freak of nature". He is consistently bundled, extremely fine has elite - high frequency crimp and amazing coverage.
He is the Grandson of BOTH ACCOYO AUGUSTO and ACCOYO ROYAL FAWN with Great Grand Sire being non other than ACCOYO EL MOUSATCHIO!
He just attended his first show and in a large class of Rose Gray males - he stood at the top and took the blue! He went on to the Championship round and with 12 boys in the front line and 24 in the class -- Yago walked away with the RESERVE GRAY COLOR CHAMPION ribbon!
This was under judge Tim Laven - who is a great judge and knows his grays and at the Level V MAPACA 2008 show where they had over 1700 animals in attendance.
We then took Yago to Utah to the AOBA National Show. Again, he proudly commanded first place in an awesome class of grays and then walked into the Championship Class. As we were waiting to be evaluated, my competition, a friend of ours, told me not to get my hopes up. He said, "there is real competition in this class". He was right about that and Yago not only held his own - he walked away with Reserve Color Champion!
His cria have hit the ground and the show ring. They are turning heads and taking ribbons. The three that were old enough to show in 2011 all took blue ribbons and his son, Destino, went on to take Color Champion at just 6 months old! There was not a Championship class for the other two.
You will not find quality like Yago's elsewhere and when you combine that with the top Accoyo lines - this boy is priceless!
Awards Received COLOR CHAMPION - Heartland Invitational 2008 COLOR CHAMPION - MIAF 2008 RESERVE COLOR CHAMPION - MAPACA 2008 - 24 in the class RESERVE COLOR CHAMPION - AOBA Nationals 2008! RESERVE COLOR CHAMPION - Empire Extravaganza 2008!
- Mike Safley judged and he stated that Yago will be unstoppable and was a phenomenal Male. Mike could not say enough about the fineness, brightness, uniformity and elite fleece on Yago. He also went on and on about his coverage and incredible head! 1st Place Halter - OABA Alpacafest 2008 1st Place Halter - Empire Extravaganza 2008 1st Place Halter - AOBA Nationals 2008 1st Place Halter - MAPACA 2008 Level V with over 1700 animals in attendance! 1st Place Halter - MIAF 2008 1st Place Halter - Heartland Invitational 2008