Kyra is a half-Peruvian, curious, friendly crimp machine, with beautiful bright fiber, strong, straight conformation and a lovely head. Her dam, Evelyn, is the true maroon daughter of two maroon parents, with beautiful crimp, great staple length and excellent mothering abilities. Gentle, easy-going and affectionate, Evelyn produces ample milk of high quality - Kyra's IgG was 2900! Kyra's sire is the medium fawn Durango, a magnificent son of the renowned Kenamori Gold. He exhibits perfect, strong conformation, an exquisite and very masculine head, extremely dense and crimpy fiber down to his toes, and the most extraordinary presence. Durango placed first in halter at the 1999 AOBA Nationals, first in the Bred and owned Class at the 1999 Big E, and first in halter at MaPaca 2000. He consistently produces over 11lbs of quality fiber annually and one of his daughters was chosen as Best Bred and Owned at MaPaca 2003. In 2005 Kyra was bred with our grey Champion male, Ben MacDhui.

Awards: Judge Jill McCleod from Canada awarded Kyra a blue ribbon in the shorn class at the Big E in September 2004. Kyra placed third in a bay black halter class of 11 at the Empire Alpaca Extravaganza in October 2004.

ARI# 850918 Color: Bay Black DOB: November 30, 2003 Due: Nov. 2, 2006

Dam, Evelyn
Kyra is the black daughter of a multiple blue ribbon winning medium fawn sire and a solid maroon dam with two maroon parents, one of whom was imported from Australia. In the Fall of 2006, she produced a dense, crimpy, rose grey daughter from her breeding with our silver grey herdsire, Ben MacDhui. 

Dhui is a medium silver grey herdsire with exceptional density and lock structure to his award winning fleece, excellent conformation, an exquisite typey head, and a truly delightful temperament. He also has a strong grey/black pedigree reaching back four generations, so this should be an interesting breeding as Kyra has grey ears and Dhui has a history of producing grey and black.


Sire, Durango

Ben MacDhui
MacDhui's awards: Reserve Champion and a blue ribbon at the Virginia Classic 2002, judged by Anthony Stachowski; second place in adult male halter at the 2002 MaPaca Jubilee, judged by Mike Safley (over 1100 entries) and second place fleece awarded by Nard Mullen at the same show; first at the 2001 MaPaca Jubilee in full fleece yearling halter, judged by Julio Sumar and Susan Tellez (over 900 alpacas); second at the 2001 Triple Crown in Dayton Ohio, (over 250 alpacas); third at the 2000 Keystone Klassic in the Juvenile Grey class.


Daughter, Sierra Rose