Great Day
Fleece, Never Shorn

Dorianna, her Dam

Atreyu, her Sire

Great Day, Great Head!

True to Type Brown Beauty!

Hidden Hill Great Day

ARI# 32756623   D.O.B. 9/26/2011  (8 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Light Brown

7/8 Peruvian
Sire: FCF Atreyu | ARI# 30663435  | Beige 
Dam: Casanova's Dorianna_deleted_4/4/2019 4:46:14 PM | ARI# 1180688  | Medium Fawn 
Service Sire:     

Here is Hidden Hill Great Day. We have very high hopes for this young female. We showed her when she was a mere six months and two days of age at NAAS 2012, and she placed fifth. We heard far more comments about her being true to type and her future prospects than we expected to hear based on the placement. Great Day was not shorn down as a cria, and was the only alpaca in her class that was not.

We love both her sire and dam. I bought her dam, Casanova's Dorianna, at the 2009 Prestige Auction and she presented me with a pure white full sister to Great Day two months after I brought her home. That full sister, Star of India, won the blue ribbon among juvi whites at the 2010 AFCNA Fleece Show. Based on my sorting skills, I am convinced that Star of India's 2012 fleece is still a Grade One. After I saw the fineness of Star of India, I contacted the owner of her sire, and bought half-interest in him. Atreyu is a fabulously fleeced son of the great Rensselaer, and is still holding a very amazingly fine fleece at age six, based on histograms. On the dam line, Great Day's grandsire is Victor's Hemiaccoyo Casanova, one of the preeminent fawn males in the nation, also known for siring amazing grays, including Aussie .38 Special and Aussie Guns N Roses. We just got our first round of fleece histograms, and Great Day has an AFD of 16.1!

We just sold Great Day's maternal half sister, who is a true, true black, to a farm in the midwest.

A savvy buyer would snap this young female up, get the chance to show her this fall and next spring, and bring her back to my farm to be bred to the buyer's choice among our unrestricted, wholly-owned males. Personally, I would take her to a male by the name of Hidden Hill Peruvian Dually. He just happens to be a five-time champion white male that also is the 2009 AAA Futurity White Male Color Champion as well as the 2009 MAPACA Jubilee White Male Color Champion. Oh, and he has four Judge's Choice Awards (MAPACA being one) as well. Dually has a 100 percent color when bred to color record, and he confers all the amazing fleece qualities that earned him the accolades in the show ring and in fleece shows to his offspring. Then, perhaps she ought to be bred to a really awesome solid GRAY....!! Or just maybe her breeding to one of our males might be used by the buyer with another female, and she could go directly to an awesome solid gray...food for thought! ;-)

Awards

2012 NAAS
$500 down, equal monthly installments for ten months at zero percent interest of $200.

Updated 6/24/2012