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Appaloosa Dillinger Daughter

Alpaca , Huacaya , Bred (Female) |Proven |White, Medium Fawn, Dark Fawn

AOA# 35055518 | DOB: 10/17/2011 (12 yrs)

Sire: Aussie Colorado Dillinger

2X Color Champion

Aussie Colorado Dillinger

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Fawn

AOA# 823163 DOB: 9/12/200023 yrs
A Peruvian Presidio son and Grandson of Accoyo Caligula, this guy has it all! An outstanding show ring record of his own ( 2X Color Champion with 10 Blue Ribbons) and now his cria all over the U.S are doing the same. Dillinger's dam is Medium Rose Grey Hannahruh, who has consistently produced award winning cria - including the well known Painted Sky Apres Vous and champion Grey, Aussie Rockford. His sire, Full Peruvian Presidio, perhaps the finest producing son of Accoyo Caligula, now has ...
  | AOA# 823163 | Medium Fawn
Dam: Lona Rose
  | 35055518 | Pinto


Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Beige, Medium Fawn

AOA# 35468998 DOB: 7/4/20176 yrs
Be one of the first to have CT JESTER'S REVELRY genetics! This handsome stud is from the El Nino's Accoyo Michelangelo family line on the paternal side. He has a beautiful phenotype full coverage head that mimics that of his sire Duke of Wakeman's Court Jester. Both dam and sire have a strong fame with upright presence that has passed on to their offspring consistently. Not only does this boy have "the look", he has very fine fleece with nice bold crimp and incredible sheen to round out the to ...
  | AOA# 35468998 | Beige, Medium Fawn
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Ginger is a daughter of Aussie Colorado Dillinger, but her dam line is extremely cool as well. Her great-grandsire is Peruvian Vengador, an Accoyo bastion of fineness whose name appears (often multiple times) in the pedigrees of many of today's most prepotent studs. Her great-granddam, Peruvian Julieta, was owned by the renowned High Plains Alpacas of Canada, and was a foundation dam in their program.

The other really cool surprise about Ginger was the discovery that she has SPOTS. They aren't screamingly obvious spots, but she definitely has them. Her base color is medium fawn, while dark fawn spots dot her blanket. The white of her face is also spotted. Is this due to the action of the harlequin appaloosa gene? I don't know for sure. Her granddam appears to have been a pinto, so it could be that these two pattern genes are playing together in an interesting fashion. One thing's for sure, it can't hurt her chances for throwing appaloosa!

Aside from all of the above, Ginger is a lovely female. She is square in her proportions, and her head is simply ideal. She has good bone and pretty good coverage. Her fleece is long-stapled, with a soft hand and good uniformity. She is a VERY easy keeper.

Ginger so far has had two beautiful male appaloosa crias and a pinto female!

Updated 1/22/2022