Tejas Alpacas

Twirling Saber of Tejas

Flashy Multi male with nice locks

Alpaca , Suri , Male |Unproven |White

AOA# 35534730 | DOB: 4/17/2019

Sire: Saber's Campion of SBFS

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Saber's Campion of SBFS

Suri Herdsire (Male) White, Medium Brown

AOA# 31799102 DOB: 6/18/200914 yrs
Campion is the son of Saber ~ the 2010 Reserve Herdsire of the Year -- formerly of Stone Brook Suri Farm (retired), now at Red Gate Alpaca Farm. Saber is the sire of many ribbon winners, including a 2015 AOA Nationals champion, and his appy dam was a solid producer for Stone Brook. Campion is a well grown male, with a solid and balanced frame. He moves out smoothly and has a very proud, alert stance. With his good coverage, markings, and excellent regrowth, Campion is strikingly handsome mal ...
  | AOA# 31799102 | White, Medium Brown
Dam: Silken Twirl

Super friendly and lots of luster

Silken Twirl

Suri Open (Female) Light Fawn

AOA# 32733525 DOB: 5/18/20158 yrs
Super sweet girl. Has to have her nose kisses before she will go eat. She carries herself proudly and is very inquisitive. She is the first to go on alert if there is something 'off' in her pasture. Very lustrous, with vicuna patterning. Sire is bayblack son of Snowmass Silken Gold, so she also carries color. Mom is daughter of Ebony Icon, an outstanding black sire. She also carries Powerline. Twirl got high marks for her Spin-off entry at the TXOLAN Fiber show in Feb 2019, and was awar ...
  | AOA# 32733525 | Light Fawn

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Saber looks a lot like his sire, with just a little less brown. Very striking markings. Very nice, lustrous locks. Very inquisitive.

Sire is the son of Meadowgate Peruvian Saber. Dam is a vicuna patterned light fawn grand-daughter of Snowmass Silken Gold and Ebony Icon, a true black, so he can throw color from black to white, with patterns thrown in too!

Weaning Oct 6, so he will be ready the first week of November.

Congratulations Cheri Mockler. I know Saber will give you some awesome suri fiber to work with.

Updated 12/8/2019