This young man will be ready for breeding late 2016 and is packed with genetics that will enhance any breeding program. He is a grandson of both Accoyo El Nino and Hemingway-Accoyo Nautilus. He is the son of Accoyo America Alpha. All three sires are champions with ribbons and awards (many National) too numerous to mention. The bloodline is known for maintaining a lingering fiber fineness, beautiful fiber structure and density, and great confirmation. Alpha’s Keen possesses a beautifully shaped head with compact body that he carries with grace and confidence. Alpha’s Keen carries all of his father’s wonderful characteristics and may soon beat out his dad in the show ring.
Peruvian Orlando is a true black proven stud, with adorable white collar that ignites into a blaze at the back of his neck. He has been throwing mostly solid black and bay black offspring; only one who shares his blaze. His fleece is well organized and evenly crimped. His color is one of the deepest black we’ve seen, with an unmatched luster and shine true of many true blacks. His fiber measures in at 21 micron. His fleece is special, and judges agreed with us: He won a blue ribbon at the Royal Alpaca Challenge Spin-off in Conyers, GA for 2012.
His sire is Aladdin of KPR and his grandfather is Royal Inca Legend.His dam, 6Peruvian Octavia is a light fawn import from Peru in 1998 who scored an 8.5 out of 10 on the scale used to evaluate the imports.
We have used him as a sire for our own herd, and his offspring can be seen on site. Call us for appointment!
With competition finishes like this, Ricochet is the medium silver proven herd sire you have been looking for. Confirmationally correct and very well mannered, we’re sure you will be pleased with his offspring. His bloodlines are impeccable as well. His mother is Snowmass Incan Rose and his father is Grand River Amstel. His grandfather is Dark Shadow – the 2009 Extreme Dark color champion. Here are Ricochet’s finishes.
2nd Place 2012 BOUS (2nd out of 15)
2nd Place 2011 Michigan International
2nd Place 2011 Northeast Alpaca Expo
3rd Place 2012 MAPACA (3rd out of 15)