Kissing Cousins Alpaca Farm

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SCA Apollo's Peruvian Pegasus

Champion

Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Proven |Medium Fawn

AOA# 1005421 | DOB: 6/30/2004

Sire: Royal Peruvian Apollo
  | 1005421 | Light Fawn |
Dam: Peruvian Precious Fawn
  | 1005421 | Medium Fawn |
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Peggy is a champion, a top producer and she still looks great at 14! Her pedigree that includes: Accoyo Royal Fawn, Peruvian Gold Rush, Royal Peruvian Apollo, Peruvian Precious Fawn, Aphrodite and the "dam of the century" P. Misty Maiden.

Her phenominal 2008 LB daughter, sired by Rubicon (son of Snowmass Royal Rose -sold for $72k at the 09 Futurity), won Female Color Champion as a juvenile and Judge's Choice Halter (equivalent of Grand Champion) at Alpacapalooza 09, then First and Res. Champion at the Pasco show and in 2010 sold in the AOBA auction to Magical Farms and partners!

Peggy's full sister, Angel, is a 7x champion and another sister from the same dam, sold for $85,000 at 3 weeks old. Her grand-dam, P. Misty Maiden, has over 70 championships for her own offspring at last check. Her famous sire, Royal P. Apollo, is an undefeated 9x champion and get of sire winner and has produced numerous champions. Apollo's sire is Accoyo Royal Fawn.

Peggy's fleece has remained crimpy, fine and dense at 12 years old. She has a typey head and complete coverage. Her crias have all been healthy and top quality.

Scientific Data
Date Details/Notes
2008Shearing Weight: 3.25 lb skirted blanket - 4 years.
2007Micron Count: 23.7 / 4.8 / 20.4 / 6.2 > 30m
Awards
2005 WESTERN OHIO TRIPLE CROWN - EMERALD.
2005 WESTERN OHIO TRIPLE CROWN - DIAMOND. 16 IN CLASS; JUDGE TIM LAVAN.
OHIO BUCKEYE SHOW - 2ND PLACE TO HER SISTER, MISS PRISS WHO WENT ON TO WIN CHAMPION. FIRST PLACE, GET OF SIRE FOR APOLLO.
2005 MAPACA - 3RD PLACE IN AN EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE CLASS OF 14.
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Updated 1/29/2021