River Rock's Whitney
This self-assured half-Peruvian beauty is dark maroon with white facial markings and grey spots on her blanket and nose, so is a great candidate for a grey breeding program. Her sire, the full Peruvian JA Ivan, has outstanding presence, fiber quality and density, inherited from his famous sire Peruvian Aladdin. Whitney’s beautiful coloration, presence and compact body style come from her dam, a Chilean import. Whitney is a great mother, who births without assistance and produces abundant supplies of milk. A natural leader, Whitney has great crimp and density to her fiber and excellent coverage. She has good bone, a nice upright carriage and is attractive, intelligent and very friendly. In October 2003 Whitney gave birth to a beautiful silver grey daughter, Shannon, sired by our multiple award-winning grey herdsire, Ben MacDhui. We are so delighted with Shannon, Whitney was rebred with Dhui in November 2003 in the hope of a repeat performance! 
ARI# 816468 Color: Dark Brown (Maroon) DOB: September 9, 1999 Due: Fall 2004

Ben MacDhui
Whitney gave birth to Shannon, MacDhui's first cria, in October 2003. Dhui is our 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. 

Shannon is medium silver grey and appears to have inherited excellent fiber quality and conformation from both of her parents. She is fast becoming a farm favorite, with her feisty, curious and friendly attitude.


Dam, Lantara and Whitney
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, Shannon

Whitney and Shannon
A half-Peruvian granddaughter of Peruvian Aladdin, Whitney exhibits wonderful crimp and density. She inherited her magnificent and rare maroon coloration from Lantara, her Chilean dam, who is also mother to Whitney's award-winning maroon half brother Romeo, and her silver half sister Titania. Whitney has never been shown and is a member of our core breeding herd. Recently we have noticed that she is developing more and more grey coloration - on the tips of her ears, her tail, her nose and in her blanket. She is definitely one of our most intelligent, intuitive and beautiful females and is even more valuable now that she has confirmed our belief that she can produce grey.
Daughter, Shannon