6Peruvian Chachapoya Impr98
ARI# 808105 D.O.B. 1/1/1997
Suri, Male, Proven | White
This is it folks – he is the LAST full accoyo suri male out of the 6P import still alive.. and with his limited use – that makes him RARE and his offspring likely to be as RARE!
We are beyond thrilled to add Chachapoya to our herdsire lineup. He is going to bring a DEPTH of character to our fleeces AND give us some breathing room on our pedigrees! Of particular interest to Derwydd is his ability to throw color all the way to DARK.. With 2 fawn Full Accoyo Herdsires in our lineup that can also throw black - well the potential here is incredibly exciting! We will have females bred to him and females with Chach crias at side, and some stunning crias for sale next year... hmmm you might like to inquire about who in our foundation lineup we are breeding him to also! We co-own this stunning male with Pucara International and Alpacas of El Dorado. He IS the newest member of C.A.S.H. - California Accoyo Suri Herdsires!
At his age he displays amazing luster, cover and handle, good bone, a stunning head, and perfectly correct confirmation....oh, and a willingness to work like a true macho...he has what we call constitutional vigor!
And what a depth of color he carries! Over 60 crias (which means his genetics are still a rarity), and throwing White, Beige, Fawn and Brown!
The cria we have from “Chach” are displaying all the suris traits, that we admire, in abundance. The luster is outstanding, the coverage is to the ground, the heads are regal with that Suri beard we all love, the density is way above average, but what really makes them stand out is the pencilling. The independence is incredible.
There you have it...a full Accoyo boy producing heaps of color often darkening the cria from the dam's color and with Suri style that discerning breeders applaud.
From our partners at Pucara:
"And how things evolve! We first discovered Chachapoya back in 2006 at the International Alpaca Odyssey, in Laughlin, Nevada. Jill Bergman who breeds some of the best suris in the country won the white female championship with this gorgeous female that was the daughter of Chachapoya. We hunted him down and visited him in Ohio. He took our breath away. We also thought he looked the spitting image of the famous Peruvian Inca of Latah Creek fame.
No chance of a purchase as Mike Barnhart had stitched that up. But now, 5 years later, Chachapoya makes his debut at Pucara International. We're licking our chops thinking what he can do with the Kahuna daughters. He'll get our best females."
YUP I think Chach is going to lite a rocket in the Derwydd's Suri breeding program - DANG we are excited about this!
Give us a call or email and ask about females bred to Chach, potential crias forthcoming from the Derwydd foundation girls - or just to say hi and CONGRATS!