NAAS 2009
Florida 2008

Green Mtn 2008

Champion Captain Morgan son!

WP Captain's Independence

ARI# 30622364   D.O.B. 7/4/2007  (10 yrs)

Suri, Male, Unproven | Dark Brown

1/4 Peruvian, 3/4 Bolivian
Sire: Captain Morgan | ARI# 818920  | Dark Brown |
Dam: Brianna | ARI# 818246  | Light Fawn |

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I took one look at Independence at the 2008 AAA Futurity and fell in love. I knew I was going to own him someday. In the show-ring, he has never placed below second place anywhere. He took Reserve Color Champion at the Florida show in early 2008 as a juvi. At Futurity, he took second place to a half-brother and at AOBA he took the blue in his class. We showed him at the 2008 Green Mountain Show and, again, among all solid colored yearling males, he took the blue ribbon. At NAAS this past weekend, he won his class again, edging out a wonderful son of his own grandsire, the great MacGuyver. Indy is the picture of his amazing sire, Captain Morgan. He is extreme on all levels: from his complete fiber head, to the super-dense coverage to his toes, luster, lock and fineness, elegant proportion and bone. We cannot wait to see what he can do for our breeding program and we think he is going to be ready to work this spring. We are clear on one thing and that is that the Captain Morgan/MacGuyver line keeps on doing some of the best work in the entire pantheon of suris! We are so grateful to Randy and Barbara Coleman of Wings and a Prayer Alpacas for producing this wonderful boy as well as for letting us have this extraordinary opportunity!

Awards

Sunshine State Alpaca Expo 2008, First Place Sunshine State Alpaca Expo 2008, Reserve Color Champion AAA Futurity 2008, Second Place AOBA Show 2008, First Place Green Mtn. Show 2008, First Place, Solid Colored Yearling Suri Males NAAS 2009, First Place, Solid Dark Yearling Suri Males
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Updated 1/1/2012