is the most beautiful and unusual dark silver grey son of two Champions. His dam, Holly is an incredibly dense,
crimpy, dark brown
daughter of the black Champion, CPeruvian Black Hawk, and her dam is a
Champion fawn daughter of the true black CPeruvian Jaxon. McGregor's
sire, our Champion grey Ben MacDhui, is a consistent producer of
quality, colored progeny - his offspring that have been shown have won
first, second or third place ribbons at Level III AOBA-certified shows or
above. He sired three beautiful cria this Spring - a dark silver grey girl
and two silver grey boys, out of brown, fawn and indefinite dark dams.
McGregor's parents are the two most densely-fibered colored alpacas in our
foundation herd, and he was so dense at birth that we had to shear him the
next morning! We are proud to offer him for sale with retained breedings,
and firmly believe he is going to make someone an outstanding junior
Awards: Too young to show until Spring 2008.
|ARI# 1251692||Color: Dark Silver Grey||DOB: May 30, 2007||Unproven|
Champion Dam, Holly
McGregor's dam, Holly, is a Champion out of two Peruvian Champions, She is an incredibly dense, crimpy. dark brown daughter of the black Champion, CPeruvian Black Hawk, and her dam is a Champion fawn daughter of the true black CPeruvian Jaxon.
Holly's awards: Holly placed first in a shorn class of 4 at the 2004 ABR Fall Festival in Colorado. She placed first and was awarded the Color Championship in a large brown yearling class at the 2004 Mid-America Alpaca Show in Topeka, KS. At the 2005 Virginia Classic, she placed second in a class of 12 brown yearling females, judged by Ruth Inglefield. Mike Safley awarded Holly a third place in an extremely competitive full fleece halter class of 12 medium brown yearling females at MaPaca 2005, the largest alpaca show in the country. He also commented that she was "the densest alpaca in the class".
Champion Sire, Ben MacDhui
Half-brother, Skye of Cairngorm, blue ribbon winner in yearling halter at the 2006 Level V Buckeye Show
McGregor is sired by Ben MacDhui, our silver
grey Champion, who has exceptional density and lock structure to his award winning
fleece, excellent conformation, an exquisite typey head, and a grey/black pedigree reaching
back four generations.
MacDhui's awards: Dhui has won numerous ribbons, including Reserve Champion and a blue ribbon at the 2002 Virginia Classic, a first at the 2001 MaPaca Jubilee in full fleece yearling halter, plus a second place in adult male halter and a second place fleece ribbon at the 2002 MaPaca Jubilee.
McGregor, May 31, 2007