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Faith and Fleece Alpacas

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Don & Tracy Pellegrino
7660 Bradley Rd
Somis, CA 93066
626-716-0943
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2 1/2 months old

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Clay's lil Deuce CoupePartial Interest

Suri, Male, Unproven | Dark Fawn

D.O.B. 7/30/2017 (Under 1 yr)

Sire:
Potter's Clay 

Top EPDs AFD & SF & SDAFD!

Potter's Clay

Suri, Male, Unproven, Medium Fawn
ARI# 32535211 | DOB: 9/1/2013
Potter's Clay - from the day he hit the ground, smitten... We were newbies and on the fence regarding showing this guy. He was visibly smaller in stature due to some early issues/poor vet advice that also should have made his fleece tender. Yet, he seemed to rebound and was looking nice enough that we decided to enter a show. He received rave remarks at check-in from some industry experts. Then, in the ring he took a first place with comments from the judge that they were sorry there weren't ...
| ARI# 32535211  | Medium Fawn 

Dam:
Summer Solstice Hayven 

Fawn COLOR CHAMPION

Summer Solstice Hayven

Suri, Female, Proven, Dark Fawn, 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean
ARI# 31861984 | DOB: 6/1/2009
Hayven was the Fawn COLOR CHAMPION at the California Classic 2010 out of 13.
3rd National 2011 Fleece Show.

She is a beautiful combination of fabulous genetics. She has all the wonderful qualities from the lines of PVA Mahogony Prince, Kobe of PVA, BCA Milagro, Pperuvian Uribe(Full Accoyo)and Fruzane Noir. So much dark color genetics in one girl. She carries herself with a sense of elegance and her fiber is uniform with beautiful luster and excellent fineness and handle.Her conformation is ...
| ARI# 31861984  | Dark Fawn 

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A bit premature for two words in a tag line - Show String -when you have 7 boys in a season. Also ironic when your business plan doesn't breed for fawn or brown and yet this guy was our most anticipated birth. The first expected by our very dear to us Potter's Clay and he ended up born on my mom's birthday! While my dad was hoping we would name him after him (again) we decided naming from one of his favorite music groups. Hence, our "little deuce coupe" aka Cooper.

Potter's Clay, his sire, has awesome fleece and EPD stats. We would honestly like to utilize him more often just to see if he will pass those traits but have a lot of MacGyver genetics and breed primarily for grey. We have to say Hayven, Cooper's dam, was a more-than-worthy pairing. Hayven is a beautiful robust, champion with great judges comments regarding both her fleece and conformation, comments of wow so nice, if she were only a male! We are hoping this little guy she gave us might just bring the best of what they each have to offer together. Her fleece stats at 2 years of age we micron 21 AFD & 5 SD and Potter's Clay were 18 and 4.4. His EPD's (Expected Progeny Difference) are in the top 1% for fineness and top 5% for uniformity in the country!

Looking at Cooper's development solidified our decision to do a repeat breed and we are thankful for another opportunity to lease his dam. Keep in mind we don't breed for fawns but ghads when they are this nice you make an exception to your breeding plan lol His luster and color already looks phenomenal and he is locking rather nicely with density present early!

I'm not bragging babe so don't put me down... He's my little deuce coupe - you don't know what I got...

Let us know if you are interested in him - 7 boys this season, 6 last. Looking at ones this nice, makes it real hard to sell outright without a severe case of seller's remorse.

Financing Terms

25% Down with 48 months to pay, 4% interest

Updated 1/2/2018