Silver Creek Farm
N1897 County Road M, Watertown, WI 53098

Georgia Cell
Marcos Cell


Wendy...  (1/4 Accoyo)  


bullet Type: Female Huacaya
bullet Status:  Bred / Proven
bullet Birth date:  09/26/2004
bullet Heritage:   3/4 Peruvian 1/4 Chilean 1/4 Accoyo
bullet Color:  White
bullet Registration: ARI Registered
bullet ARI #:   1425321
bullet Price: Ask for Price


bullet Wendy is 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean and 1/4 Accoyo and the granddaughter of Hemmingway! Wendy is bred to full Peruvian Accoyo Top Dog. Wendy makes motherhood looks easy. She caches on the first breeding, delivers with ease, has plenty of milk. She sell with her cria, bread to Sunfire for 2009.
bullet Sunfire that has astonishing zipper crimp structure to his bulky, substantial, dense fiber. He is a gorgeous blush of burgundy brown with a springiness to his fiber. Supreme luster with an inconceivable Huacaya handle, He is extraordinaire. Peruvian Gunfire's majesty doesn't stop there. He is the son of Accoyo Goldsmith, a legend winning multiple "Get of Sire" classes and producing Champion from Holter to Color to Fiber. Sunfire is not immune to this genetic phenomenon.

Pedigree of Silver Creek Wendy

 Coeff InbLineageColorARI No.Ident No.
GS:   PP Peruvian Cavalier0SSMF139288GE-360 L0001
Sire:  Rhapsody Rogue0SLB811979GE-360 U0002
GD:   4 Peruvian Trinidad0SDMF166719GE-360 P0003
Female: Silver Creek Wendy0-W1425321ME-360 Z0001
GS:   Inca LC0DSMF801254GE-360 R0001
Dam:  Hunnie0DMB819480GE-360 V0002
GD:   Uber's Sushi0DDMB107944GE-360 M0002







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