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ESTATES DIVINITY

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Dark Brown

AOA# 35386049   D.O.B. 7/3/2016 (3 yrs), 3/8 Peruvian, 5/8 Chilean

Sire:
PATAGONIA'S BACCUS 

3x Champ, 3x Color Champion & Champion Producer!

PATAGONIA'S BACCUS

Huacaya, Male, Proven, True Black, Full Chilean
ARI# 32693997 | DOB: 7/4/2013
PATAGONIA'S BACCUS

Baccus' sire is our magnificent Multi-Champion Lennox son, Patagonia’s Ernesto. His dam, Patagonia’s Marcialla was assessed by Amanda VandenBosch as an A-. We love the crias Baccus has sired for us and are thrilled he has 100% returned to produce true black crias with density, terrific compact bodies, passing on his sire’s gorgeous head in black with long staple length, bright crimp going way into the belly for consistency in micron and length.

At almost 5 years old...
| AOA# 32693997  | True Black 

Dam:
SULLIVAN'S ROYAL DEBUTANTE 

Has Her Mother's Shining Color

SULLIVAN'S ROYAL DEBUTANTE

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Dark Brown, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean
ARI# 30800045 | DOB: 11/12/2006
SULLIVAN'S ROYAL DEBUTANTE
Debutante's sire is TCB's Sullivan, an extremely handsome, full Peruvian, half Accoyo male with lustrous fiber. Her paternal grandsire is the famous PPPeruvian Royal Fawn. Debutante's dam HCF Karlie, possesses a fleece that is an amazing glistening rusty hue.

Debutante has her mother's shining color, and a gentle disposition. She is a wonderful mother. Her offspring that have been on our show strings, have all been Blue Ribbon winners!


Progeny:
ESTATES R...
| AOA# 30800045  | Dark Brown 

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