Raquela is the last Black Jag daughter to be born here at our farm as Jag has been sold and is now residing in New Hampshire. Being a Jag daughter makes her a paternal half sister to Avalon’s Jacob Black, one of if not the most decorated true black herdsires in the country. At last count Jacob has won 19 Champion banners. Raquela is the out of Rachel Alexander, a blue ribbon winner herself. Raquela gave us an exceptional light silver gray male, Token Creek’s Silver Medallion, sired by Ark’s Tsunami. Medallion was sold at about 10 months of age as future breeding male and will be moving to Texas in a couple of months. Raquela birthed this guy (her first cria) without assistance and was a great first time dam. Ask us about a couple of outside males we’re considering for her. As with the purchase of all open females, a complimentary breeding is included.
Avalon’s Peruvian Morningstar
Here we go again, another Champion offspring of Avalon’s Peruvian Tri-Star! This girl is is a delight, not only to the general disposition of our female herd but delightful in her offspring. We wish we had more crias from her but she came to our farm with a undiagnosed uterine infection which kept her out of production for a couple of years. That was cleared up and her recent cria, Token Creek’s Prince Nova will be part of our 2018 show string. We don’t breed our females just to breed them, or by using just our on farm studs, we search out the best match for them. Our search for a stella white to breed her to continues and we think we have found the correct male for her and will breed her spring 2018. Stay tuned, or better yet buy her now and be part of the male selection process. He next breeding is included in her sales price.
Token Creek’s Derby Girl
Where to begin? Token Creek’s Derby, (born on the day of the Kentucky Derby) is one of the most outstanding females born here at Token Creek Alpacas. With the help of Derby’s dam being half Accoyo, her sire, Peruvian Aries stamped his incredible fleece architecture on this girl. All of her birthings have been unassisted and her mothering is exceptional. She’s always been an easy keeper here holding here weight very well throughout lactation. Her crias have always gained well. If you’re looking to add outstanding colored genetics to your breeding program, seriously consider Derby.
Miss Peruvian Taffeta
Taffeta came to us as a “middle age” production female and had some extremely nice crias for her former owner. Both of her male offspring, Triumph and Talisman are here on the farm and part of our herdsire row. If you have access to the AOA Registry website, check out her EPDs. She’s in the top 5% in two categories, top 10% in one and top 25% in three others! While Taffeta is getting up in age a new owner should be able to get at least a few great crias from her. She maintains weight well and is an easy keeper for us. She is bred to Tri-Star (though not yet confirmed pregnant) for a late summer 2019 cria. This mating is a repart of the one that produced Triumph. Taffeta’s price reflects the fact that she’s fifteen years old. If she were under ten, her price would easily be three times what it is.