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Gracie

Breeze

Bonita

SOLD
Wild Card Lot

Huacaya, Female, | Medium Fawn, Dark Fawn, Light Rose Grey, Medium Rose Grey

ARI# , D.O.B. 9/3/2011,

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Dam: ARI#  

Description


The cream of the crop from a good friend's farm, 3 Beautiful girls.
Included:
Gracie - 6 years old, 3/8 Accoyo, a stately lady - proven mom - and a very interesting color!
With her classic silver grey sire - and classic silver son -
we feel she may actually be an incompletely expressed rose grey.
Histogram on 6/20/12:
20.0 / 3.9 / 19.7 / 2.0%>30.
Gracie's sire is classic silver NeverSummer's Oz.
Oz's sire is the one and only Lanark's Silver Charm.
Oz's mom, Sedona, is very similar in color to Gracie. Sedona boasts the Accoyo genetics of Felix and Moustachio. Oz's histogram at 6 years of age: 20.2 / 4.8 / 23.8 / 5.5%>30.
Gracie's mom Annie, also brings Accoyo, from Augusto and Legacy - in addition to strong black color genetics from Annie's dam.

Breeze - 5 years old, 3/8 Peruvian, a dark fawn; Breeze also has a classic grey sire.
Very well conformed, typey, heavy bone, great coverage, just Beautiful!
Her fleece is exhibiting extremely nice character - just great production potential everywhere you look.
Her dad is a classic grey rock star: Adonnis' Altitude of NeverSummer - who originated from the Very best of Crescent Moon Alpacas best grey lines.
Breeze's mom is also superior quality -
from a true black dam - and a sire that boasts the best of Accoyo bloodlines, in Augusto and Legacy.

Bonita - 4 years old, 5/8 Peruvian, light rose gray with dramatic blue eyes.
Bonita is Very eye catching - she's the one everyone points to.
A beautiful shade of fawn gray - she is a pretty pink peach color - very unusual.
Her pedigree, which includes Hemingway, Accoyo Yupanqui, Accoyo Felix, and other Peruvian stars explains her soft dense fleece.

Take these hidden jewels home and let them shine!

As these girls are not owned by Delphi, they don't sell with breedings or guarantees at this price. But all signs indicate they are ready to be productive members of your herd.