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Kay & Anne Ryschon

Omaha, NE
402-672-7842
   
Type:  Female Suri
Status:  Bred / Unproven

Birthdate:  
Heritage:   5/8 Bolivian, 1/8 Chilean, 1/4 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registration Pending
Color:  Medium Fawn
 
     
     
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Due Date:  
 
     
 

 
 

 

 
 

Savannah Shay   

 
   

Beige, 851581, 1/4 Bolivian, 1/2 Chilean, 1/4 Peruvian

 
   

Wow! Savannah and Sandusky continue to produce show winners. Every cria from their pairing has been outstanding! Joining her sisters and brothers is Addison's Honour. She is a dark fawn vicuna and will one day be another producer of gray just as her big sisters have been.

Savannah has now given us three females and two males. The females are all dark fawn vicuna colored heavily fleeced girls with glow-in-the-dark luster. Savannah's oldest daughter has given us two medium gray daughters out of Bachelor. Savannah's second daughter will deliver soon out of Bachelor. Savannah has a medium brown son (who looks just like Sandusky) and a light fawn son (who looks better than most full Accoyos).

All of Savannah's crias have shown tight greasy locks with high luster from birth and have complete coverage from their cheeks to their toes. You can see that her crias will be spectacular from the minute they are born.

Savannah's paternal grandfather is the late g

 
       
  Sandusky  
    Medium Brown, 839857, Full Bolivian  
   

Sandusky proved himself in the show ring, competing against Moon River's Peruvian Durango and Sierra Bonitas Sargent Pepper, and is now proving himself in his offspring! Sandusky is tall with very strong bone, and is covered in ropey locks from his cheeks to his toes. Sandusky (like his dam) has a very upright presence and essentially shows himself off. Sandusky won Grand Champion in his first show in 2004 (out of 15). At the 2004 AAA Futurity in Indianapolis, the judge said, "This is what you would like your herdsire to look like ..." (This is when he was standing in the show ring with Moon River's Durango). At the 2004 AOBA show, Sandusky placed 5th in a very tough medium/light brown yearling class, and again the judge commented on his phenotype and example of what a herdsire should look like (again Moon River's Durango and Sierra Bonitas Sargent Pepper were in the ring).

Sandusky's crias have extreme luster and a vicuna coloration with dark skin, grey muzzles, and he

 
       
 
 

 

 
Addison Sold!
 

Listed by Kay & Anne Ryschon of Omaha, NE

   
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Beautiful dark fawn vicuna daughter of Sandusky and Savannah. Savannah's maternal grandfather was Peruvian Miquel, one of the last full Accoyo Suri white males to be imported. Addison's genetics are evidenced in her extreme density and beautiful twisted locks.

Addie is an average size female with above average luster and density. Addie's sisters have consistently produced show quality gray offspring (like Piper, Elle and others), so we are expecting the same from Addie.

Addison is appropriate for your breeding program specifically if you are breeding for top quality grays.



Price: Sold

       

 

 
 

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May 2012


As cria

 
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This listing was last updated on 4/12/2013 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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