Allure NAAS 2011
Daughter Veracity

Allure's 2013 fleece

She's Bred to Mister Jefferson!

Fleece Champion Producing Fleece CCs!

Warford Creek's Allure by NexxusBred

ARI# 31822183   D.O.B. 6/24/2009  (10 yrs)  (Due Date: 9/1/2014)

Huacaya, Female (Bred), Proven | Light Fawn

7/8 Peruvian
Sire: Hemingway-Accoyo Nautilus' Nexxus  | ARI# 1315912  | Dark Fawn 
Dam: VAF Annabelle | ARI# 1199598  | Dark Fawn 
Service Sire: "Mary's" Mister Jefferson 
| ARI# 31040341  | DF |

Allure is the complete package. Sure, she only took a third place at 2011 NAAS, but the judge was opposed to her dark spot (got news for you, judge -- she has another one you did not find!). But scoop those spots out and Allure was the Reserve Champion Light at the Western NYS Fleece Show in 2011. Allure is possessed of a very elite, high frequency fleece with excellent staple length. She has a gorgeous head and is built as beautifully as anyone could imagine.

In 2011, we bred her to MSA Peruvian Very Victor and her 2012 cria, Veracity, was so stunning, I actually felt compelled to take a 'first day fleece shot.' Veracity possesses one of those much-coveted silky-style fleeces, and Veracity sold as a weanling. At her first show, she was sixth in her halter class at 2013 Green Mountain Alpaca Show, but her first fleece was entered in the Green Mountain Fleece Show. She came away with the Light Color Champion honors at that fleece show, and we were very happy for her new owners.

This fall, we hauled Allure down to be bred to a fawn male at Mary's Alpaca. His name is Mister Jefferson, and his awards, both fleece and halter, are so numerous, I would risk carpal tunnel just to list them all here. Suffice it to say his fleece won the coveted "Spirit of the Industry Award" at the 2010 AFCNA Fleece Show. Hint: Mister Jefferson is also siring silky fleeced offspring, so we are very anxious to see what this pairing can produce!

Awards

Western NYS Fleece Show 2011
Western NYS Fleece Show 2011
NAAS 2011
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Updated 2/15/2014