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2018 Futurity Reserve Suri Breeder of the Year

Kevin and Sue King
29400 SW Heater RoadSherwood, OR 97140
503 799 6941
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Fiber/Scientific Data

04/17/2019AFD: 22.6; SD: 6.4; Fibers>30: 8%
2015AFD: 22.6; SD: 5.8; Fibers>30: 7.9%
2014AFD: 20.8; SD: 5.9; >30: 4.6%
2013AFD: 23.2; SD: 6.3; >30: 9.3%
2012AFD: 18.4; SD: 5; >30: 2.5%
2011AFD: 19; SD: 5.1; >30: 2.5%

Congratulations Eric and Mandi!

SUPERSURIS ACCOYO ARMANI'S HARMONY

Suri, Female, Proven | Medium Fawn

AOA# 31073585   D.O.B. 9/7/2009 (10 yrs), Full Peruvian

Sire:
DDF Accoyo Armani 
| AOA# 822294  | Light Fawn  |

Dam:
DDF Joy 
| AOA# 181461  | White 
Service Sire:
BIG TIMBER KAHUNA'S JOSEF 

3/4 Accoyo, 12x Champ, 12X Champion delivering Champions!

BIG TIMBER KAHUNA'S JOSEF

Suri, Male, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 32727760 | DOB: 9/19/2013
Josef is producing Champions! His offspring are stunning with super fine micron, high gloss luster and beautifully dense lock structure.

He is the ultimate prepotent stud that passes his superior traits to his offspring. Josef won his first Get of Sire class in 2018 as a five year old stud.

Josef is the son of multi-champion Pucara's Kahuna and Big Timber's award winning dam, KBTA's Kerolyn. His genetics are packed with the best suri bloodlines...Kahuna, Armani, Miquel, Uribe. Josef'...
| AOA# 32727760  | White 

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Description

Accoyo Armani's Harmony is the second generation progeny of the famous Inca, Uribe and Eleuteria bloodlines. These genetics have come together to produce the beautiful multi-champion, Harmony. Harmony's sire is the multi-champion DDF Accoyo Armani and her dam is DDF Joy, who produced many champion offspring.

Harmony's high suri classification score of 4.33 is reflective of the quality of this female. Her fiber is extremely fine and she has retained an AFD of 23 or less at 8 years of age. She scored a top score of 5 for fineness and 4.5's for luster and density.

Harmony was biopsied in 2017 as an eight year old. Her density measures well above average at 49.5 follicles SQMM. Her S/P ratio is 10.7 to 1. Her biopsy AFD at eight years is 23.86 microns.

Harmony has exceptionally high rankings in the 2018 EPD categories:

AFD--top 3%
%>30--top 1%
SF--top 4%
%M--top 4%

Harmony is an easy birther and a great mom with lots of milk and attention for her crias.

This proven female passes through her top of the line genetics to her offspring: one of her sons, Challenger, won 1st and Reserve Champion as a juvenile at NWAS 2013.

Harmony had a beautiful light fawn male in 2015 sired by the Champion herdsire, SBS Stardust. Quebracho won all his halter shows in 2016 and won Judges Choice at the 2016 AOA National Fleece Show. He is a strong boned male with stunning, dense fleece and plenty of quantitative data to support his superior herdsire status. Quebracho was biopsied as a 2 year male. His density measured 68.75 follicles SQMM and he graded level 4 of 4 gland structure. His S/P ratio is is 14.5 to 1 and his S/P spread is 10.8 microns. Only 20% of his secondary fibers are medullated and his biopsy AFD is 20.04 microns. Truly exceptional. Quebracho now stands stud at Sandollar Alpacas.

Harmony's 2017 cria was a gorgeous beige female, Laurel, sired by our 11X Champion Kahuna's Josef. She is a show stopper in her champion genetic tradition, winning Best Bred & Owned Champion female and eight first place banners.

Since we have Harmony's genetics in our herd, we are motivated to move Harmony to a good breeding program to make room for our 2019 crias.



Awards

Offspring Championships:
Judges Choice, Big Timber's Quebracho
2X Champion-Challenger
2X Champion- Big Timber's Quebracho
1X Champion-Big Timber Josef's Laurel
Awards:
Color Champion, IAO 2010
Reserve Champion, PNAA 2010
First place, PNAA 2010
First place, IAO 2010

Financing Terms

Available upon request.

Updated 8/25/2019