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Rare Gem Alpacas

Breeding Harlequin, Appaloosa and Unique Colors!

Darcy Phillips
Riverside County
Hemet, CA 92543
707-295-8677
951-357-4160
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3 Blues for Lucky - Txolan 2018

Lucky has settled his first girls!!

Enchanted Hill Appy-Go-LuckyPartial InterestLease

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Light Fawn

ARI# 35262374, D.O.B. 10/21/2015 (2 yrs)

Sire:
Vintage Peruvian Confetti (Harlequin Appaloosa) 

Spots Galore!

Vintage Peruvian Confetti (Harlequin Appaloosa)

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Light Fawn, Light Brown, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31713122 | DOB: 7/29/2010
We have been looking for a new addition to our appaloosa line-up, and when we found Confetti, it was time to make a move. He'll be arriving in Virginia soon and we are hoping he will be ready to settle some girls in the spring.

Take a look at his cria photo, and tell us you wouldn't want a pasture full of cuties like that. Along with Bo and Speks, we think we have a super line-up of appy herdsires, and we picture one day having nothing but appaloosa adults making up the whole breeding herd. ...
| ARI# 31713122  | Light Fawn, Light Brown 

Dam:
Enchanted Hill Yasbo 

Striking appaloosa

Enchanted Hill Yasbo

Huacaya, Female, Unproven, Beige, Medium Fawn, 7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Bolivian
ARI# 31197632 | DOB: 6/29/2010
This could well be the nicest cria we've ever had born at Enchanted Hill. Yasbo has superb conformation, along with fine, crimpy, well-bundled fiber. She is covered head to toe and has those little short, spikey "carrot" ears. On top of this, what a personality! Stand in the barn a minute or two and you'll find someone nibbling at your coat sleeve or shirt tail and when you turn to look, there's the cutest little alpaca you've ever seen. She may dart away and kick up her heels, but she'll be ba...
| ARI# 31197632  | Beige, Medium Fawn 

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Appy-Go-Lucky, or "Lucky, is a wildly spotted appaloosa whose parents are both appaloosas. Until just a few years ago, appaloosas were so rare that an appaloosa-to-appaloosa breeding was unheard of. Part of this was due to the misunderstanding of the appaloosa gene which had been called a recessive, a partial dominant, an incomplete dominant, or even an "unknown".

Lucky was small at birth and has been a slow but steady grower. He has been trying to breed receptive females and given time, I hope to include him in the Rare Gem appy breeding program. With his appaloosa pedigree, he is the perfect "next generation" for colors and patterns here at Rare Gems Alpacas.

UPDATE: I am thrilled to say that Lucky has matured nicely this year and just settled his first two females! Lucky's pedigree is packed with legendary appaloosa and harlequin genetics that I am thrilled to be adding to the Rare Gem Appaloosa Breeding program. Go Lucky!

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Updated 2/17/2018