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Storm Warnings Fay

Crystal Spartan and Quixotic genetics!!

Alpaca , Huacaya , Yearling Female |Unproven |Beige

AOA# 36042463 | DOB: 7/10/2020 (2 yrs)

Sire: Majestic's Storm Warning

1st place Futurity winner

Majestic's Storm Warning

Huacaya Male Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 35150121 DOB: 7/21/20166 yrs
If you start with a pearl, a black pearl, a 16-Time black color champion, and you add Six Time Herdsire of the Year Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah, you get a 4-Time Color Champion Black Blyss. You add to that, a 13 Time Color Champion grey, Quixotic, and you have a phenotypically beautiful grey male that should capture you when you see him. One look and you will agree that this boy is something special. He will only get better with age and we look forward to seeing how he matures and develops. If yo ...
  | AOA# 35150121 | Medium Silver Grey
Dam: Majestic Meadows Amazon Queen

Crystal Spartan Genetics!!

Majestic Meadows Amazon Queen

Huacaya Bred (Female) Medium Brown

AOA# 32825091 DOB: 5/15/20148 yrs
This phenotypically great female is the complete package with champion genetics. Her fleece has incredible staple length, uniform crimp from skin to tip and she is a great mom with lots of milk and is attentive to her offspring. Amazon queen gave us a beautiful Jumanji boy in July 2018; Ridders' Pride. This Jumanji boy, took Reserve Champion in Harrisburg, PA in April 2019. Amazon was bred to MFI Peruvian Armoire for a July/August 2019 cria. w We are excited to see what this pairing of Amazon ...
  | AOA# 32825091 | Medium Brown
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Fay is the product of Amazon Queen, brown daughter of Crystal Spartan; and Storm Warning, our silver grey male out of Quixotic. She is curious and is usually one of the first to greet visitors.
I love her confirmation and curly fleece all the way up into her face. She is a grey in Beige clothing and has the grey background to produce grey!

Updated 5/29/2022