Color: Light Fawn
Date of Birth: 5/14/2007
ARI #: 30324541
Status: Bred to Mighty Fine Finnegan
Dam: AEA Delaney
ARI #: 1214413
Color: Medium Fawn
Sire: 588 Peruvian Lancaster
ARI #: 835025
Color: Light Fawn
When we saw Breanna at the 2008 North American Alpaca Show, we were so impressed with her beauty and genetic quality that we decided to bring her into our breeding program. Our thanks to Steve and Beth Myers of Pond View Alpacas, for selling us this wonderful girl. Breanna went on to place second in a very competitive class at NAAS, her first show. Breanna’s fiber is outstanding, with fineness, crimp and consistency throughout her light fawn blanket. A friendly alpaca, Breanna loves to give nose kisses, and she gets along easily with the rest of our females. She has been a wonderful addition to our herd.
Breanna has the genetics of Peruvian Lancaster, Snowmass Cangalli Gold and Vyrtual Reality in her outstanding lineage. As if that isn’t enticing enough, Breanna has been bred to none other than 12-time champion NMBeethoven, for a summer 2010 cria. We can’t imagine a more promising match! Breanna has joined our foundation herd, and is not available for sale at this time.
Summer 2010 Update:
Breanna and Beethoven have a light fawn son. Born on June 20, he was the perfect gift for Fathers' Day! We named him Buckley, and he looks outstanding! He is just what we were aiming for when we chose Beethoven for Breanna's first breeding partner. Please look for Buckley on our crias page.
Finnegan was selected for Breanna's next breeding partner. They both have great "pedigrees" and wonderful offspring on the ground, so this was an easy breeding decision for us. Breanna is due in the Summer of 2011.
August, 2011 Update: Breanna and Finnegan have produced an incredible daughter. We named her Sunrise Salutation, and she is quite a sight, with her curls and self-important attitude. Sunny is definitely special!
We just had to repeat this breeding, so Breanna and Finnegan's next cria is due in August, 2012. Great expectations, for sure.
- 2nd place, Halter, North American Alpaca Show