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Full Peruvian Solid Light Rose Gray

True Aim of Hidden Hill

ARI# 30593077   D.O.B. 11/9/2006  (11 yrs)

Suri, Male, Unproven | Light Rose Grey

Full Peruvian
Sire: Toni's Peruvian Winchester Steel | ARI# 839232  | Medium Rose Grey |
Dam: 4Peruvian Victoriana 6714 | ARI# 166768  | Light Fawn |

Price:

$1,500 Full Interest

Stud Fee:

$500 Introductory
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True Aim is a full Peruvian solid light rose gray male that I kept to use in place of his sire, Winchester Steel. His dam has been my cornerstone suri female, and she has produced champion offspring in colors from light fawn to true black (and solid gray). Her name is 4Peruvian Victoriana, and at this point, she is retired after an emergency C-section in 2009 and we refer to her as the 'dowager empress,' but I keep her daughters and even buy them in when they are available. That is just how much I believe in True's dam line! In 2008, we tested True Aim's fiber at the skin and the tip both, and it was 19 AFD in each case. I wish I had taken him to larger shows where he would have had a color championship opportunity, but I never did. His record, at both halter and fleece shows, is True Blue! When I showed his fleece, he got full point scores for density, as his annualized fleece weight was a whopping 8.5 pounds.

True Aim is a solidly built (thanks to sire and dam both) male, with excellent relock and one of the most lustrous gray fleeces. Wade Geese actually referred to him when he judged him as 'the future of gray suris.'

I never thought I would consider selling True Aim, but I am going to offer him for sale, as we are trimming our colored suri program back a bit, and he so desperately needs to be where he can be appreciated and used in a truly elite, rare-colored breeding program. There are no white spots on any of his extremities, and even though some judges have actually asked me what he is doing in a gray halter class from time to time, every single one of his locks contains at least one black fiber.

We have not bred most of our colored suris in recent years, thus we have not started this boy. Believe me, he is raring to go. This boy is an absolute steal at this price, as his sire has produced nothing but grays and graying up appies for me, even when bred to whites. If you are not too far away, and would be interested in half-interest, we could arrange a half-interest price!

Awards

Empire Fleece Event, 2009
Big E 2007, Juvenile Gray Males
Green Mountain Alpaca Fall Spectacular 2007, Juvenile Gray Males
NJ Alpaca Show 2007, Yearling Gray Males
NJ Alpaca Show, Yearling Bred and Owned Suri Males
2008 NAAS, Yearling Gray Males
2008 AFCNA Fleece Show
2008 Green Mtn. Fleece Show
2013 MAPACA Jubilee Fleece Show
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Updated 3/20/2014