AOA Maudie Waters D1435
ARI #: 31085038
Sire: Roman Candle Of Bolivia M0210 Aoa
Dam: Aoa Prairie Sun F0620
Maudie Waters is the girl to watch – she might be in your face or standing to watch and check you out. When she gets up close and personal Maudie looks at you with sultry eyes that talk to you – giving hints of how much she loves to be cuddled. Maudie’s fawn fiber has a lucious feel when you run your fingers through her coat – you’ll love having Maudie up close and personal with her nose to your cheek.
Joy’s Dream Early Summer Faith
ARI #: 32435665
Sire: Golden Paladin
Dam: Joy’s Dream Autumn Hope
Faith is Indescribably unforgettable. You can have faith that she will be right next to you wanting to hang out in her calm and quiet way as you work your fingers through her fiber. She can’t help herself ! Her daddy (Golden Paladin) is one of the Ranch favorites and he seemed to pass that easy personality to his little girl – along with her beautiful markings that outline her face and her deep brown color she is unique in every way.
Sire: Accoyo America Polaris
Dam: Sierra Bonita’s Accoyo April
ARI #: 32309119
Sire: Accoyo America Shanghai
Dam: Spa Alpacas Allure
Verbena (aka Vera) got it all ! We love when the offspring is the best of a sire and dam and Vera is a perfect example of that match. Her full bonnet and silky soft handle as well as her dense fleece are qualities that you would expect from this genetic powerhouse . Her sire, Accoyo America Shanghai was a blue ribbon winner and is a direct descent of Hemingway-Accoyo Nautaulis. The dam, Spa Alpacas Allure maintained her AFD of 17.4 and passed that on to her offspring. Shanghai is no longer available for breeding, leaving an opportunity to add unique genetics to your herd. Seeing Vera’s fineness and low amplitude crimp style, we expect that her histogram will surpass her sire and dam – proving that two greats can make a greater!
Selling Price: $5,170
ARI #: 32009781
Sire: Golden Sato
Dam: Sensationally Hot AOA D1532
Hallie is a combination of interesting genetics in our herd – so rightfully she is the Golden Hallepenia ! She has a nice presence and stature. Her dam is Peruvian Ion, sire to Brilliance of Peru. The TB coloring touched with a bit of white make me think there might be the potential for grey offspring, so we recommend breeding to Golden Dante to produce another golden cria.