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Ideuma Creek's Accoyo Truman

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn

AOA# 31663779   D.O.B. 6/14/2009 (11 yrs), Full Peruvian

PHA Accoyo Stratosphere 

Full Accoyo, Cria-35 Championships & 68 Blue Ribbons!

PHA Accoyo Stratosphere

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Medium Fawn, Full Peruvian
ARI# 1145229 | DOB: 8/28/2004
We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Pleasant Hill Alpacas & Canterbury Farms Alpacas on this incredible herd sire.

Strat is one of the premiere fawn Accoyo herd sires in the country. In just 3 years of cria in the show ring, his offspring have over 35 championships & over 68 blue ribbons. When Genine, our partner from Canterbury Farms Alpacas, went to the 2010 Kentucky Classic, she couldn’t have been more proud; a Strat cria won the white color championship. A Strat cria won...
| AOA# 1145229  | Medium Fawn 

Dam: | AOA# 30555303  | Dark Fawn 

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Truman has 2 Confirmed Pregnancies!

We are so proud of Truman's show record - 3 fleece shows-3 championships! This plus he has taken home the very coveted award of Judge's Choice - out of every single fleece at the show, the judges agreed Truman's was the nicest!

Truman comes from only Accoyo ancestry, and very impressive ancestry it is! His dam is Accoyo Venice, a maternal granddaughter of Victor and a paternal granddaughter of Royal Fawn. Venice comes by her Royal Fawn genetics through her sire, 4X champion, 11X blue ribbon winner and 3X get-of-sire winner, Accoyo Maverick. Truman's sire is Accoyo Stratosphere, a 5X blue ribbon winning Legacy son who has more than 40 champion cria on the ground. In short Truman blends Victor, Royal Fawn and Legacy genetics. No wonder he is so beautiful!

Truman is a very consistent medium fawn. Both his dam and sire are fawn. His sire has produced black cria, and there's a darn good chance his dam covers black as well. Truman should be able to produce dark, perhaps even black cria. His phenotype as well as his geneotype suggest this. Truman's gums and toenails are dark and he has dark points, all thought to be signs of the capability of passing darker color.

Truman also has a phenomenal look. He is covered from head to toe with beautifully soft golden ringlets. They are all around his face, down his legs, through his neck, in his tail, everywhere! His fleece is super-soft, dense, bright and has the bundling architecture judges and breeders so often look for. He has the very stout, strong, typey conformation associated with his Accoyo lineage. At Truman's very first show, he placed 2nd out of 12 behind the reserve color champ.

Truman's Full Accoyo heritage, his Fawn color, & his Phenomenal fleece & conformation (& now his show record!) make us proud to list him as a herdsire of our farm.

We are proud to co-own Truman with our good friends, John And Denise Jacobus of Ideuma Creek Alpacas


JUDGE'S CHOICE - Michigan Alpaca Festival 2010
COLOR CHAMPION -in fawn fleece - Great Midwest Alpaca Festival 2011
COLOR CHAMPION - in light fleece - Alpaca Festival Oregon 2010
COLOR CHAMPION - in light fleece - Michigan Alpaca Festival 2010
RESERVE COLOR CHAMPION - medium fawn fleece - AFCNA 2010 - Level 4 show!
Wade Gease's comments - "Very clean fleece with exciting style and dimension, scoring high in all categories"
Andrea MacDonald's comments - "Nice fineness"
Amanda VandenBosch's comments - "Good handle and fineness"
Diana Timmerman's comments - "Excellent crimp style with density. Good brightness!"
1st - Great Midwest Alpaca Festival 2011 - fawn fleece
1st - Minnesota Alpaca Expo 2011 - fawn fleece
1st - Alpaca Festival of Oregon 2010 - light fleece
1st - AFCNA Fleece Show 2010 - medium fawn fleece
1st - Michigan Alpaca Festival 2010 -fawn fleece
1st - Gold Coutnry Gathering 2010 - fawn fleece
2nd -NJ Alpaca Show 2011 - Halter -Tim Lavan said Truman was the finest in the class and appreciated his brightness
2nd - NJ Alpaca Show 2010 - Halter - (out of 12 - 1st place was reserve color champ)
2nd - AOK Blastoff - Fleece (behind reserve color champion - an Invasion cria!)
4th - PAOBA 2010 - Halter - Medium Fawn Juvenile Male

Updated 2/23/2013