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9X Color Champion!

Revolution's Grayson

ARI# 31810753   D.O.B. 6/3/2009  (9 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn, Dark Fawn

Sire: A. L. Paca's Revolution  | ARI# 1373028  | Medium Silver Grey |
Dam: A.L. Paca's Rose for the Occasion | ARI# 31014311  | Light Rose Grey |

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$1,500
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Grayson is the son of A. L. Paca's Revolution, a 17X Champion and A. L. Paca's Rose for the Occasion, a 4X Color Champion. He has over 42 Championships in his pedigree of Snowmass Peruvian Casanova, Bueno and Jericho, just to name a few. Rose to the Occasion, his maternal grandmother sold for $96,000 at the 2007 AOBA National Conference. How can he not be prepotent with all of these championships in his background? Four Championships in his first year in the show ring as a juvenile, this dark fawn son of two greys is unbelievable. The judges have stated that his fleece is elite and lustrous. He is an "exquisite male" stated one judge and as a yearling, several stated that he was the "clear winner" when selected as color champion. NINE championships! Consistent density throughout his fabulous fleece. Grayson has produced ribbon winning crias for us in white, fawn and rose gray. We proudly co-own this male with Clearview Alpaca Farm and Bay Shore Alpacas.

Awards

Fawn Male Color Champion - 2010 New Jersey Alpaca Show (Level III, Wade Gease). Champion at his second show as only a juvenile. Judges comments: Exuded perfection, finest fleece qualities, tightly packed.
Fawn Color Champion - 2010 Maryland Alpaca Show
Fawn Male Reserve Color Champion - 2010 Carolina Alpaca Celebration (Level IV, 30 Fawn Males, Judge: Tim Lavan). Champion at his first show as only a juvenile!
Fawn Reserve Champion - 2010 Virginia Classic
Fawn Color Champion - 2011 Virginia Classic
Fawn Color Champion - 2011 MAPACA
Fawn Male Color Champion - 2011 New Jersey Alpaca Show "the clear winner" according to Tim Lavan
Fawn Reserve Color Champion - 2011 Southern Select Alpaca Show
Fawn Male Reserve Color Champion & 2nd Place - 2011 PAOBA Show
1st Place Fawn Yearlings - 2011 MAPACA
1st Place Fawn Yearlings - 2011 New Jersey Alpaca Show
In this economy, flexible financing is critical to getting started. For most sales financing includes 20% down payment and interest free equal payments for the balance over 12 months. Of course if you are purchasing multiple animals you will receive a discount based upon size of purchase and payment options can also be flexible. Talk to us about your proposal and we will do our best to meet both your and our needs.

Offspring

Wonderful PR boy, Fiber Male
ARI# 35167839   D.O.B. 11/21/2015 (3 yrs)
Huacaya, Male| Beige, Unproven
Sire: Revolution's Grayson
Dam: FPA Carmella
Connor is the first cria of Carmella who has Lancaster and Jericho lines and Grayson a fawn 9 time champion sired by silver grey Revolution. We weren...

Wildwood Alpacas - Woodford, VA

Price:
$750
Revolution's Grayson's First Cria!
ARI# 32779561   D.O.B. 5/18/2014 (4 yrs)
Huacaya, Male| Medium Fawn, Unproven
Sire: Revolution's Grayson
Dam: Midnight Sparkle
Little Magnus provided us with a couple of significant firsts: the first cria to Sparkle, a Caligula granddaughter and to Revolution's Grayson, a 9...

Wildwood Alpacas - Woodford, VA

Price:
$1,000
Buttery soft fleece
ARI# 35167853   D.O.B. 12/9/2015 (3 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Medium Brown, Unproven
Sire: Revolution's Grayson
Dam: Wildwood's Francesca
Grayson's Mahogany, aka Maggie, is a special member of our herd and is only here because we love her mom so much! Her grandmother Galadriel, aka Big ...

Wildwood Alpacas - Woodford, VA

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Sweet and Soft
ARI# 35231653   D.O.B. 12/5/2014 (4 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Medium Fawn, Unproven
Sire: Revolution's Grayson
Dam: Wildwood's Kaitlin
Amber is a beautiful fawn female from brown parents. She is so feminine and dainty that one of our farm hands has nicknamed her Marilyn Monroe. She ...

Wildwood Alpacas - Woodford, VA

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Updated 11/18/2017