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Cascade Rose Alpacas

Striving toward the pinnacle of quality & beauty.

Shari Hollinger
1826 324th Ave. NECarnation, WA 98014
425-224-7224
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ACRF Summertime Blues

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Dark Brown, True Black

ARI# 35352723   D.O.B. 6/21/2017 (1 yr)

Sire:
Snowmass Golden Chaccu 
| ARI# 32614404  | Medium Fawn 

Dam:
Misty Ridge Shardae 

Fleece Monster!

Misty Ridge Shardae

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Beige
ARI# 32640380 | DOB: 12/16/2011
Shardae (Shady) is a fleece monster! She shears a heavier blanket than many of our larger alpacas. She is has a beautifully compact conformation and a very typey head. She produces a very long staple. Her crimp style is a little bolder than some, but she is maintaining her fineness even at age 5. We had bred her to Snowmass Golden Chaccu last year and after a very easy birth she gave us a stunning little dark brown male with black points. Her son has very nice confirmation and beautiful p...
| ARI# 32640380  | Beige 

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Description

Snowmass Golden Chaccu is known for producing excellent cria and Blue is no exception. This little guy was born on the first full day of summer. With his mom's dense and plentiful fleece, it is not a surprise that he is so gorgeous. The only surprise was his color! We were sure that he would be a fawn (out of a fawn and a beige), but his chocolate brown fleece was a surprise. We also found a grey spot on his hip and grey fibers at the tip of this tail...His fleece is very crimpy and dense and his frame is quite compact, like his mom's. Blue is a very sweet and gentle boy and is also quite friendly and easily handled.

It will be interesting to see what he can do in the showring this spring!

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We want to help make alpaca ownership available to all who wish to participate. We can help our clients with customized payment plans that make it possible to afford to begin or add to their herd.

Updated 1/8/2019