Dark Silver Grey, 30620971, 1/4 Bolivian, 1/2 Chilean, 1/4 Peruvian
Lady Di - a name befitting a true princess! This little silver grey sweetheart is a show stopper on our farm. From the tip of her nose to the tip of her tail, she epitomizes what we are striving for in our breeding program.
Lady Di is a full sister to generations of show winners, beginning with her dam, Aloha, and her sire, Captain Morgan and including her full siblings Captain's Goldschlager (10X color champion), Captain's Golden Girl and Captain's Hpnotiq.
Di has the renowned luster that accompanies virtually all Captain Morgan offspring. Add to that her tiny, pencilled locks, greasy feel, density top to bottom, and a very typey suri head and she has all the makings for a foundation female in anybody's suri breeding program.
Maserati is the Renaissance Man for Suri Alpacas. He has is all!
Lets start with his fleece. Open him up, anywhere on his body, including his legs, and youll find lustrous, ropey, dense, fine locks. His consistency is incredible. His density is incredible. His luster is incredible. The quality and the quantity of his fleece is exceptional.
One thing that is very important to me is an alpacas temperament. Maserati not only is very obedient and very gentle, he is perhaps the most intelligent alpaca on my farm. Ive been clicker-training him and he is the most receptive and the absolute fastest learner that I have. The only limiting factor in his training is the trainer, me.
Lets go to his pedigree. His sire is the Herdsire of Champions, Accoyo Torbio. He has all the positive, Accoyo traits that the pre-potent Torbio has been known to pass on. His dam is My Peruvian Capellini, a multiple blue ribbon dam of exceptional quality. She is by t
Named after the legendary race horse of the early 20th century, we believe OUR Man-O-War is destined for greatness, too! Combining the unparalleled genetics of Torbio and Bruxo (both deceased) this young male has all the qualities we look for in a suri herdsire - Presence, luster, suri phenotype, density, lock structure, and genetics.
Man-O-War sheared nearly 9 lbs. of fiber at less than 2 years of age with a micron of 27.5. The judges have consistantly placed him in the top half of his class and have commented on his luster and density.
First cria are expected this summer. His purchase includes transport to your farm on a regularly scheduled transport trip. Please inquire.
Awards Received Reserve Champion, GWAS 2012 First place, California Classic 2011 Second place, CABA Classic 2012 Second place, Bred & Owned, GWAS 2012 Second place, GWAS 2011 Second place, CABA Classic 2012 Third place, Bred & Owned, CABA Classic 2012 First place, AOA Nationals 2014