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AutumnSun's Superluminal

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Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |White

AOA# 35427155 | DOB: 7/7/2017

Sire: [SALE! CHAMPION] AutumnSun's Supermassive

GWAS LF/BG Reserve Champion!

[SALE! CHAMPION] AutumnSun's Supermassive

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Light Fawn

AOA# 32596106 DOB: 7/5/201211 yrs
This male is rooted to the ground. In his maturity, you cannot see his toes in his tree trunk legs with massive coverage on heavy bones. This frame is extremely solid, well conformed, and easy moving. His crimp is still popping and consistent across his blanket. His micron is moving out as he works in our breeding program but his handle and staple are still great! All this fleece and body 'goodness' is topped with a sweet, calm, just-the-facts-m'am personality that makes him an awesome herds ...
  | AOA# 32596106 | Light Fawn
Dam: AutumnSun's Medal of Valor

Elite in her white pedigree

AutumnSun's Medal of Valor

Huacaya Open (Female) Beige

AOA# 31828758 DOB: 5/30/201112 yrs
Val impressed the judges and competition in her first show, placing 2nd out of 7 but being named the finest in the class by the judge! She is an excellent mom, attentive, birthing and breeding easily, and nursing well. Her first pairing was to Rembrandt at the Flying Dutchman Alpacas in Oregon and she produced a bright white and shiny white boy that we cleverly named 'Man in Armour'! This boy had the looks of a Greek god (or a knight in a painting ;) ), and is very fine, dense, and very ...
  | AOA# 31828758 | Beige
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Son of our AutumnSun's Supermassive, he is AutumnSun's Superluminal -- and he is moving faster than the speed of light.

We love this boy and Amanda VandenBosch absolutely did at this first show, the 2018 TxOLAN Walking Fleece -- while still sporting his cria tui tips. She still said he was very uniform from skin to tip and far shoulder to his backside to all the way down his belly. She even gave the comment that you could pratically flip him over and said we had to be pleased with him!

His incredibly long staple, in part from not being cria shorn is hampering his show career as some judges do not like that look and he is susceptible to the "flop" in his fiber at hot and humid shows.... the boy just gets hot and sweaty!
Purchase Terms

If bought as a fiber boy, AOA certificate transfer and transportation costs are the buyers and extended breeding warranties are not provided. At CVI exam, if the buyers desire, the vet can confirm he has descended testicles, but this is not warranted at fiber boy prices. If bought as an herdsire, his cost will be an additional 1000 for breeding rights and limited warranties (confirmation of 2 descended testicles and no observed reproductive health issues at CVI exam). Up to 1 month free agisting to arrange transportation. Exam and transportation related costs are the buyers.

Updated 9/25/2023