Kissing Cousins Alpaca Farm

Established 1997.

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KCAF RRoyal Tap Shoes

Outstanding fleece and phenotype.

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |Bay Black

DOB: 9/26/2013

Sire: Snowmass RRoyal Fox
  | Medium Silver Grey |
Dam: KCAF Constantino's Buttercup

2nd flc behind her JC brother

KCAF Constantino's Buttercup

Huacaya Bred (Female) Medium Fawn

AOA# 31612227 DOB: 10/17/200913 yrs
2018 EPDs: Top 5-25% for four traits! 2015 cria: TB Male, similar to Tap Shoes, but with less white markings. 2014 cria: Tap Shoes, her first cria (by Fox), gorgeous black blanket.fine and bright with high definition crimp. AFCNA graded Buttercup's 2011 tui fleece as royal baby. Her dam and maternal granddam produce outstanding crias with Constantino and our Tino daughters are producing dynamite crias with Snowmass RRoyal Fox! Champion sired and will be champion bred to our 2010 AOB ...
  | AOA# 31612227 | Medium Fawn
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Tap Shoes keeps getting better. His 2015-2016 fleece is "wow"...super dense, tiny curls on the cut ends of minute bundles on the blanket and up the neck, aligned high definition crimp, long and bright. He has excellent phenotype and conformation as well. He is another example of the fantastic nick we get when we cross our Fox and Tino lines. (Admittedly, not all our past attempts at planned crosses have nicked well, so we're really pleased when we see the very best traits from both sides of the pedigree expressed so consistently with each cria! )

Tap Shoes spent Summers of 2014 and 2015 at the Everett Parks petting zoo with his related buddy Crusader. He's an excellent junior ambassador for alpacas with his correct phenotype and complete fleece coverage. His fleece is stunning with density, high definition crimp, high brightness, silky handle and length.

If we (or anyone) could get something other than pintos when we breed our P. Misty Maiden ("Dam of the Century") bloodlines to dark or gray color genetics...oh well. They produce truly outstanding fawns from fawns, but when bred to gray and darker colors, they typically throw white on the head, neck and legs...with dark colored blankets of exceptional quality. The quality in dark fleece is there, even though they are technically "pintos". Bred back to fawns and solids, mostly solids are produced.
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Updated 1/29/2021