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Fiber / Scientific Data

2017AOA National Fleece Show: 71.5 of 95 (=~75.3/100) for a Mature (class 'C')! Handle/Fineness 19/20, Uniformity of Micron 8/10, Uniformity of Length 4.5/5, Crimp 8.5/10, Staple type/Density 3.5/5
201720.2 micron

Champion appy bred to black!

Autumnsun's FreestylinBred

ARI# 35049814   D.O.B. 10/2/2014 (6 yrs)  (Due Date: 7/23/2021)

Huacaya, Female (Bred), Unproven | Beige, Medium Brown

Sire: Nightsky Orionn | ARI# 30702059  | White |
Dam: Uber's French Twrill (reference only) | ARI# 846972  | Beige, Medium Fawn 
Service Sire: Wolf Den's Dark Secret 
| ARI# 31620901  | True Black 

Our ribbon winning appy girl, Freestylin,' has the pizazz and flair of a X-Game skier! Her fiber is rockin' good and she knows it!

She is an upright girl with good conformation in a balanced frame with solid bones. She has a regal stance, with a beautiful headstyle accented by her coloration. Her fiber is nicely organized into shiny 'bundles' with fineness and crimp consistent across her blanket and staple. Her fiber qualities are also consistent between her light and dark areas -- with no change in crimp and micron. Her fiber feels wonderful and this this soft handling fleece is packed on her body in fantastic density.

Her coloration is surprising subtle, with lots of small dots of color throughout her blanket. Her fiber always garners admirers and compliments, not the least of which from the judges. In the halter ring, her fiber was described as 'buttery' by a judge. And, let's not forget that her 2-yr-old fleece won Reserve Champion the mixed multi class at the 2017 ABR Fall Festival and Color Champion at the 2018 TXOLAN Spectacular Feece Show. Her fiber continues to win in the shows.

Sorry -- (not sorry? LOL) -- these are all juvie pics! She is a solid, compact girl now. Michael calls her 'bulldog' for a nickname because she is as strong as an ox. Now that we have shown sheep, I think I would call her lambchop since she really knows how to brace. However, once you have her in a head 'cradle hold' or an a lead, she is calm and relaxed!

The last gem of our appy program, she is retained to see if we can breed harle grey from her.

You may have heard some people say that appaloosa bred to black will make harlequin grey -- we did, too, and want to try. So, to up the ante, Stylin' is bred to our multiple champion back male, Secret, who happens to also be the sire of another multiple champion black sire of ours -- Black Maelstrom. Both Secret and Maelstrom have produced greys, so fingers crossed.


Color Champion - 2018 TXOLAN Spectacular Fleece Show, mixed multi, Amanda VandenBosch
Reserve Champion - 2017 ABR Fall Festival Fleece show, Multi, Diana Timmerman (w/her 2-yr-old fleece)
1st - 2018 TXOLAN Spectacular Fleece Show, mixed multi 2 yr old fleece, Amanda VandenBosch
1st - 2017 AOK Blastoff Fleece show, Multi 2 yr old, David Barboza
1st -2017 ABR Fall Festival, Multi 2-yr old, Diana Timmerman
1st -2017 AOA National Fleece Show, Multi 2-yr old, Ursula Munn: "uniform, fine, soft, dense, with great organization"
1st - 2017 MAPACA Jubilee Fleece Show, Multi Yearling, Diana Timmerman
1st - 2017 MOPACA Invitational Fleece Show, multi yearling fleece, Wade Gease
1st - 2017 TXOLAN Spectacular Fleece Show, multi yearling fleece, Amanda VandenBosch
1st - 2015 Great Western Alpaca Show, Juvenile Multi female
1st - 2015 NWSS Juvenile multi, Sharon Loner
1st - 2015 American Alpaca Showcase, Yearling Multi female, Peter Kennedy
2nd - 2015 ABR Fall Festival, Yearling Multi female, Sharon Loner
Contract will provide for breeding warranties and live-cria guarantee of the cria en utero. Transportation related costs are the buyer's responsibility. Finance available: up to 24 month 0% interest payment with 50% down before transport (min 20% at contract).

Updated 3/6/2021