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SA Accoyo Solexa

Full Accoyo

Alpaca , Huacaya , Bred (Female) |Proven |White

AOA# 30951082 | DOB: 3/7/2007

Sire: SA Accoyo Roayl Avenger
  | Light Fawn
Dam: 6P Accoyo Solina
  | 30951082 | White
Service Sire: Sistina's Accoyo Destinati

Full Accoyo Fawn

Sistina's Accoyo Destinati

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Fawn

AOA# 31738293 DOB: 7/1/201014 yrs
Meet an 8 X Champion! Most recently, the Color Champion of Medium Fawn Males, AOBA National Show, 2012! And full Accoyo fawn to boot! It is no surprise that Destinati keeps racking up the championships. His dam, Sistina, is a 9 time champion. She is known for a consistent crimpy fleece. His sire is a fawn Legacy son known for throwing low microns. Stay tuned, he's on a roll! Book your breedings now, he's just getting better and better! You won't find a nicer full Accoyo fawn, or a nicer ...
  | AOA# 31738293 | Medium Fawn
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We are thrilled to have SA Accoyo Solexa making her home at Irish Meadows! Solexa has perfect conformation and exquisite fleece. Her head is just beautiful, as well as her proud stance.

Solexa has a date with none other than the best of the best, full Accoyo 4Peruvian Legacy 6016, for a spectacular 2009 cria! That's right, this girl and the highest selling male huacaya. Stay tuned to see that stunning arrival!

Male or female, it promises to be top of the show ring!

Solexa has a fawn spot, so who knows what color she and Legacy might produce. He has a history of bringing out fawn when possible.

Update: Dream Girl was born from that pairing, one of the last Legacy crias. Dream Girl received 4 champions, so Solexa did us proud!

Solexa had a date with Destinati last fall, so we look for a fall 2013 cria from that pairing. Seriously, that will be one fine cria. Solexa is hard to beat. We just love her!

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Micron Count: 19
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Please contact me for details. 563-543-1375 Thanks, Julie

Updated 1/16/2017