Phantom Canyon Alpacas
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Type: Male Huacaya
ARI #: 30481190
Color: Dark Brown
Micron: 1 year histogram: 19.9 AFD, 3.5 SD, 17.6% CV, 1.2% over
Dam: Midnigth Seraphim (TB)
Buy yarn from Shah Jahan's fleece
Son of a multiple Champion rose-gray!
Shah Jahan means "King of the World."
He is a perfectly conformed little guy with gorgeous fleece. Son
of the rose-gray Champion Avatar and out of a very nice true black
Chilean foundation dam. Out of 25 alpacas on his registration,
only ONE is white, and most are black or gray.
Shah Jahan's dam is the nicest breeding female on
our farm. She is perfect in every way and her offspring are truly
delightful. Find out more about his dam, True Black Midnight
With absolutely gorgeous fleece, a gentle disposition, a STRONG
color background and a multiple champion rose-gray sire, this
boy is a sure bet.
Shah Jahan's Fleece. Ask for a sample!
Champion rose-gray Avatar
Sire to Shah Jahan
Avatar is not available
for outside breedings.
Avatar has wonderful crimpy, dense, and fine fleece, but what
truly separates him from the other outstanding herd sires is his
phenomenal handle - due only in part to the exceptional uniformity
of his fleece. Cameron Holt, AOBA Senior Judge Trainer and world
wide fiber expert, (http://www.cameronholt.com) gave the following
scores to Avatar's fleece: Fineness: 15 out of 15 ; Handle: 5
out of 5 ; Uniformity of micron: 7 out of 8 ; Crimp: 8.5 out of
10 ; Density: 3 out of 5 ; Brightness: 8 out of 10 ; Lack of medullation:
8 out of 10. (Scores are given without regard to color).
Avatar's crias include Futurity and AOBA National Show Champions,
several National Fleece Champions, and numerous Multi-Champion
and Blue Ribbon show winners. More Champions continue to arrive;
West Texas Gold's "How Sweet He Is" won Color Champion
at his very first show, Txolan 2008, beating the 52 other brown
males shown. Delphi's Ava and Appeline also both brought home
Championships from the 2008 SWRAS. Delphi's Devamani, and Avatar's
Ironman (owned by Amy Crane) each received Reserve Championships
at the 2005 Alpaca Futurity in Indianapolis as rose gray juveniles.
Devamani then won the Color Championship from the level 5 Great
Western Alpaca Show and The 2005 AOBA Nationals in Utah. She also
won Color Champion at the 2006 Nationals fleece show. Avatar's
gray son Avalance (owned by Amanda Villareal) was awarded a First
at the Monterey Pronk. Avatar's Fawn son Kanaka, owned by Fossil
Ridge Alpacas, has won many Championships. Kokopelli's Song Alpacas'
Topeka, a medium brown, is a champion as well.