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Dream Catcher Alpacas (MI)
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Larry & Norma Wheeler
5497 Hummer Lake Road
Oxford, MI 48371
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  9/6/2010
Heritage:   1/8 Chilean, 7/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31578400
Color:  White

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DREAM CATCHERS Treasure of the Nor   


Beige, 1102604, 3/4 Peruvian


Treasure has incredible fleece. It is extremely dense, offers very high frequency crimp, is covered in bundles and has a great hand. She is full sister to Dreamer of the North.

In the show ring, Dreamer has won:
Color Champion - Northern IL Alpaca Extravaganza 2004 (over Gray and Multi)
1st place Halter - NIAE 2004 (over Fawn Multi)
1st KY Classic (over a Fawn Accoyo Multi)
1st AAA Futurity
Reserve Color Champ MAPACA
1st MIAF (no Championship offered)
Treasure has a few fawn spots on her head and has dark pigment. She carries color with her and should be able to throw a varied selection. She is a great match for any color as she brings the entire package to the table and will be an asset to any breeding program. She is a proven female and is an excellent mother who holds a hidden treasure.

  PCA Accoyo Shangri-La  
    White, 813140, Full Peruvian  

Shangri La’s family tree is very strong and he is producing Gray and Black show winning offspring!

Shangri La is a cross between the Caligula and Shere Khan lines of Accoyo. These two lines represent the top of the Plantel herd at Estancia Accoyo and

Shangri La’s father is the late West Coast Legend Accoyo Caligula, All American Alpaca Futurity Herd sire of the Year & National AOBA Get a Sire Winner and his mother is Accoyo Sunipani 2 time National AOBA Fleece Show Winner & National Judges Choice Award,.

This same breeding produced Shangri La’s full older brother Accoyo El Nino. El Nino was Pacific Crest/Accoyo America’s chosen predecessor to Caligula. Access to this line has been extremely limited as El Nino's breeding have been closed for nearly five years now. At the 2006 National AOBA Show, a donated El Nino breeding was Auctioned off for an unheard of price of $16,000.

Unfortunately, El Nino passed away in December of 2008.




Dream Catcher's Summers End  (Half Accoyo)

Listed at $4000 by Larry & Norma Wheeler of Oxford, MI

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Grab your Foster Grants to check out this girl. She is covered with lustrous, Bright White fleece from head to toe, with well organized, match stick crimp, sitting on a square, balanced frame.

She was born on Labor Day, hence her name Summers End, but her bright fleece brings the promise of spring and renewal of the seasons. Her dam is light beige and her sire is Shangri-La, who has a tremendous grey lineage

She is a delight to see and touch. Just a beautiful girl with a lot of promise and possibility.

Price: $4000 




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This listing was last updated on 1/9/2016 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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