Princesa is another very typical Captain daughter - IF you can call Captain Morgan offspring "typical"! She is a gorgeous medium brown with dark points on her head, face and feet. She sports abundant,lustrous, locked fleece, head to toe and a very typey suri head. Excellent fiber coverage and excellent conformation make this girl a sure hit in any suri breeding program.
Considering Princesa's sire, Captain Morgan, was Reserve Herdsire of the Year in 2005 & 2006, grandsire, Macgyver, Herdsire of the Year 3 years in a row, how can you miss with this girl? Add the genetics of Bruxo, Augustina (considered to be one of the finest Peruvian colored female suris to enter the US), Fuego and Aureo all rolled into one gorgeous female and you have a very nice addition to any suri herd!
Princesa has delivered 3 cria and delivers with ease and abundant milk for her youngsters. Her first offspring, Casper, a Kahuna son, carried his own in a large white class in AOBA Nationals, scoring
This is one male we haven't used nearly enough! His two daughters have fabulous fleece characteristics, nothing short of spectacular! And, they are both white, like Casper. Given our breeding program leans towards colored offspring, we haven't used Casper to his capacity.
Casper was only shown once as a 2-year old and placed 2nd at AOBA in a large class, judged by Amanda VandenBosch. He was a standout for his luster and density on a previously shorn animal. Casper's dam, a Captain Morgan daughter, is dark brown and her color production has typically mirrored the herdsire that she's bred to. Hence......Casper! But, he definitely has colored genetics behind him.
His first cria, 2 stunning white females, were the "eye candy" in the cria pen that year. Their luster and presence have them standing out to all who visit. If quality, white, dense, lustrous fleeces are what you're breeding for, this male will definitely bring it on. While we only bred him to one female this year, she is a winner! Lady Godiva will deliver her Casper cria 7/19! Check out her listing as a bred female.