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Oct 2019 - 25 months of age
Oct 2019

Oct 2019 - rear leg set & coverage

"Clyde" at Nationals

7 mo at Futurity - didn't get to show due to illness but we still took a picture

Granite Excalibur - 6 weeks

Fiber / Scientific Data

5/201815.7 / 3.1 / 19.9 / 0.4

Champion Rose Grey male

Granite Excalibur

ARI# 35424215   D.O.B. 9/4/2017  (3 yrs)

Huacaya, Jr. Herdsire (Male), Unproven | Medium Silver Grey, Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey

Sire: ASPN Granite Signature | ARI# 32725582  | Medium Silver Grey 
Dam: LF del a Spring Bouquet | ARI# 30471887  | Light Brown 

A picture sometimes says a thousand words.

This male has matured into a strong, upright, proud male. He is clearly molded in the image of his sire - just in a different color. Many have remarked that he is a "roan grey" but we don't recognize that color here in the US. In the US, he is a modern rose grey. He is extremely fine, yet consistent in architecture and bundling within his blanket - rare for a modern dark rose grey alpaca. HIs frame is amazingly strong boned, square and correct. His head just screams "curb appeal". Your eyes are just drawn to this male whether he is in the field or enters the barn. He has the total package - presence, style, form, and fiber.

We are offering Clyde up for sale as we have a full sibling and would like to see Clyde go to a working program that will use him to improve their next generation breeding stock. He has a high probability of throwing grey offspring with both parents being grey or grey carriers. His outstanding bone and frame is also one to consider for conformation improvements in any herd. He is ready to breed now and is definitely interested in females.
"Clyde" (this young male has been given the barn name due to his association with a friend at the barn that we just had to name the troublemaking duo "Bonnie & Clyde") received judge's praises when he was in the ring - "for a dark rose grey, he exhibits a wonderfully soft handle, is a very true-to-type huacaya, is very fine but also has density, and also has an architechture in a dense staple. He will appreciate getting the initial shearing" - and we agree with the judges comments. This will be an amazing one to keep an eye on.

This male has some big names in his pedigree - Snowmass Silver Signature as well as Orlando Cloud. Both his sire AND his dam bring amazing attributes to the table. We can't wait to see how he matures!

Many people looked at this male during Nationals - including some overseas visitors. He is one to watch!


- 2019 - VAOBA - B&O Male Dark
- 2019 - Best of B&O Males - IAOBA/Railsplitter
- 2019 - IL IAOBA - B&O
- 2019 - IL Railsplitter - B&O
- 2018 - Nationals
Financing Available.

Updated 5/16/2020