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Herdsire Gallery:
Past and Present






BAL Whist Point Cadet


We are very pleased with the cria this young herdsire has produced.

His sire is the famous Whist--and his dam is out of the fabulos "E" line.  She was high selling female at Celebrity 2005.

Beautiful fiber, great personality.  If you are looking for a heavy wool male to breed your girls to, this may be the one!


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Pillar at Celebrity

Pillar

 has produced some showstoppers. His trademark is beautiful faces, head wool, ear wool, leg wool, overall great looking crias. When we want a surprise color we breed to Pillar, he has produced a vivid reverse appaloosa, several jet black, one red, red with a white head, three with his color, always a surprise! We expect great things from this young llama. He has won Grand Champion Heavy Wool Male in several major shows. We also showed him at the Celebrity World Futurity and he placed in the top 15 finalist. His sire is the well known Huff’s Tai Pan a high selling male at the Celebrity Sale.




    
 

Valentino:

 Valentino is the tall stretchy black and white tuxedo in our pasture that everyone stops to admire. He won Reserve Grand Champion, heavy wool male at Los Angeles County Fair, has been on television and in many parades. Many of his offspring have his dramatic tuxedo markings. He is of proven North American lineage with his grandsire being the well known Fred the "illegal" from Mexico to add a little spice.


His daughter Miss Perfect won the title of Supreme Grand Champion at April Magic 2005

Breed one of your females to him and you might get a Miss Perfect too!



    
 

Lom's Batman

 was been an outstanding producer for our ranch! In addition to being one of the most lovable animals I have had the joy to be around, he produces babies with his temperament and presence. He has won the coveted "Get of Sire" award at the Los Angeles County Fair twice..

His offspring have done well in the show ring. Of the offspring that have been shown, he has to his credit at least 10 Grand Champions.
Other statistics:
61% Female to Male ratio
75% Long/Heavy Wool, including leg and head wool
65% Ultra fine, silky fiber

Colors produced are:
33% Paints Black/White Brown/White
32% Black
16% Black and Brown
13% Silver
6% Brown

Traits seen in his offspring are, correct conformation, great ears, fine fiber, excellent fiber coverage, and his great temperament. What more could you ask?

Unfortunately we lost our wonderful foundation herdsire, he passed away at the age of 20. But we look at his offspring with the same great personality, conformation and fiber, so he will always be remembered.


    
 

Long's High Five

High Five was our foundation appaloosa stud, he had wonderful color, a dark silver gray with rust and chocolate spots. He has very large bone structure, he has produced 70% females. He typically produces excellent fiber quality. His offspring are definitely show stoppers.


High Five won the coveted Get of sire award at ALSA show Riverside County Fair, competing against tought competition such as Chilean Black Jade and Peruvian Pardo.

Unfortunately we lost him to an old leg injury, we were glad to have such a beautiful animal in our herd for almost 15 years.





 

Chilean Grafitti-SOLD

Grafitti was a Chilean Napoleon son.  His Dam was Chilean Dona Noel. He produced very colorful offspring with great personalities and silky fiber.



Aureanohill     
 

Peruvian Aureano-SOLD

Look at that color!, Proven Track Record-award winning offspring, Micron Count 21 SD 6.6.  Presence and personality plus! 

He is in Kentucky.  I am sure bringing smiles to his new owner.








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