At 2009 NAAS
Stifle/Rear Fleece!

Award-Winning Cannonero Son!

Hidden Hill Momentum

ARI# 31077477   D.O.B. 9/6/2007  (11 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Dark Fawn

7/8 Peruvian
Sire:     
Dam: HHF Lustros's Luminosa | ARI# 1005264  | MF |

Price:

$10,000 Half-interest only

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Rumor has it that we run a white huacaya herd here. Well, that simply is not possible, since we have the likes of Cannonero producing guys like Momentum each year for us. Well, at the North American Alpaca Show, and Momentum had a momentous show! He was a very close second place to one of Magical Farms' best Jeremiah sons in the dark fawn yearling male class, then went in and won the Bred and Owned Dark Male class handily, from a field of 28! Judge Jude Anderson, in his fawn class, said the first and second place animals were just so close that she tried every tie-breaker in the book before she placed them. By the way, that win in Bred and Owned including placing ahead of the brown, fawn and black color champions at that show. Momentum's fleece has to be seen to be believed -- it is simply extraordinary. Brightness is beyond what that term even implies. He has SHEEN. He is maintaining his grade one fleece, too. Density, excellent staple formation and independence -- and a high frequency crimp style. This is such a well organized fleece that to part it is breath-taking. Please note the fleece shot, taken by our good friend Jim Humphreys (who is, hands down, THE fleece shot expert) is from the REAR HIP/STIFLE! If it is that good there, imagine what it is like mid-side. Momentum attended the ABWNY Show, and his fleece was in the fleece show there. He took his fawn color class in the fleece show, and then Reserve Champion! We are pleased to announce that Momentum is now co-owned with our friends at Andes Dandies, LLC.

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Updated 6/22/2019