AuSable Valley's Freestyle Breeding Fee $1500
Type: Male Huacaya Status: Proven Birthdate: 6/15/2007 Heritage: 7/8 Peruvian 1/8 Chilean Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 30643048 Color: Bay Black Sire: Peruvian Lancaster Dam: BPA's Trinity 1/2 Interest For Sale $9000 Freestyle is the product of 6X Champion and Get of Sire winner, and 2010 Herdsire of the Year Peruvian Lancaster and banner winning BPA's Trinity. Freestyle inherited all that is good and desirable from his parents. His fleece has great character every where you look - blanket, neck, hip - all are spectacular. His fleece is fine & dense. Freestyle has good heavy bone and a nice square, well conformed frame.
Log Cabin's Dakota Breeding Fee $1000
Type: Male Huacaya Status: Proven Birthdate: 3/12/2009 Heritage: Peruvian Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31380577 Color: Medium Fawn Sire: TCB Thunder Bolt Dam: TCB Zanella Dakota place second at the 2012 Northeast Expo, losing only to the eventual Color Champion. Judge Jill MacLeod stated that Dakota has a nice strong frame, a nice head style, and carrying a fine fleece. Log Cabin's Dakota's Awards: 2012 Northeast Expo - 2nd 2011 New Jersey Show - 1st 2011 Mid America Fleece - 2nd 2011 Empire Extravaganza - 2nd 2010 Empire Extravaganza - 5th 2010 New Jersey Show - 4th 2010 Empire Extravaganza - 3rd
Thunder Bay's Storm Breeding Fee $1000
Type: Male Huacaya Status: Proven Birthdate: 10/6/2009 Heritage: Peruvian Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31060042 Color: Light Silver Grey Sire: TCB Thunder Bolt Dam: Macusani's Silver Mist 1/2 Interest For Sale $7500 Storm's Light Silver Grey color is just beautiful. The Silver color is the most desired by alpaca breeders. Storm comes from full Peruvian descent and Accoyo Shangri La.
Our Accoyo Orinoco of Ideuma Creek Introductory Breeding Fee $500
Type: Male Huacaya Status: Unproven Birthdate: 9/6/2010 Heritage: Full Peruvian Full Accoyo Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31927802 Color: White Sire: SA Avenger's Accoyo Invasion Dam: America Amazona Orinoco is co-owned with our good friends Denise and John Jacobus of Ideuma Creek Alpacas. You really have to see Orinoco to truly appreciate his stellar stature and beautiful body line. We were excited to take away a 3rd place ribbon at the 2012 Northeast Expo. Orinoco's class of 14 was loaded with big names and big farms. He sheared an amazing 12.2 pounds fleece at the show. Add Orinoco to the list of elite fleece cria Invasion has produced. Bright crimpy bundling fleece all over his neck, his tail, his legs and his blanket is so crimpy and brilliant we're sure this is his first of many awards. Along with Orinoco's perfect stature and incredible fleece, he has a great personality and mild temperament. He is very easy to handle and show.
Freestyle just gets better looking and his fleece gains more character and density everyday. Freestyle's micron count at 3 years of age is an amazing 20 microns. Freestyle added to his Blue Ribbon performances, by taking a 1st place at the 2010 Empire Extravaganza by beating alpacas from Magical and Abenacki Acres farms. Ausbale Valley's Freestyle Awards 1st pace, Empire Extravganza 2010 2nd place, VAOBA Fleece Show 2010 Color Champion, NJ Show 2010 1st place, NJ Show 2010 1st place, NAAS 2008 3rd place, Empire 2008 4th place, Futurity, 2008 4th place, MAPACA, 2008 Freestyle's first 3 cria will hit the ground in the summer of 2011.
Dakota has some unbelievable genetics including: grand sires Accoyo Shangri-La and Peruvian Zephyrus; great grand sires Accoyo Caligula, NicNac, Peruvian Dakotia. Dakota sports amazing crimp from head to tail. His cork screw fleece has been bundling since birth and as he matures he has become incredibly dense. All that and excellent conformation, too. Dakota has a great personality and mild temperament. He has a typey head with a short muzzle and beautiful topknot. Dakota's 2013 cria, a girl, Darby had a great show season palcing 3rd at Nationals and 4th at North American. Dakoka has produced black, medium & dark fawn, and white cria. He seems to favor the dams color. Due to his lineage relationship to many of our girls, we have decided to sell 1/2 Interest of Dakota for $7500.
He has buttery soft fleece which is amazingly crimpy - even his tail and top knot are crimpy! Storm has excellent coverage with an almost solid silver grey blanket. Storm's Award 2011 New Jersey Show - 2nd 2011 Empire Extravaganza - 3rd Storm was not shown until he came to our farm. Storm's first cria, summer 2013, was a beautiful medium gray girl.
The first time we looked at Orinoco and opened his fleece our eyes nearly popped out of our heads. His abundance of fleece was amazing; he is crimpy, dense, and lustrous. We were sold! Orinoco stands tall and strong, just like is sire, Accoyo Invasion. Orinoco was named after a river, like his dam, Amazona of Ideuma Creek Alpacas. Amazona, his dam is just stunning. She is a product of Greg Mecklem's breeding program. She is a Caligula daughter and her AFD of 20 is backed by an amazing CV of only 16.9! She's very consistent and she's kept crimp, density and fineness throughout the years. Orinoco is the first Ideuma Creek cria out of Amazona, and they couldn't be any happier. Accoyo Invasion, Orinoco's sire, has a huge list of accolades. He's an 8X Champion with 16 Blue Ribbons and the Coveted Fleece Awards of Best Brightness and Judge's Choice. His cria have racked up 11 championships and Fleece Awards of Best Crimp (2) and Best Brightness (3).