WestPark Alpacas

A very nice place with friendly and approachable alpacas

0 items
You have no items in your shopping cart.

Casanova's Peruvian Crown Prince

Alpaca , Huacaya , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |Dark Silver Grey

AOA# 30590557 | DOB: 8/21/2006 (17 yrs)

Sire: Snowmass Peruvian Casanova

Full Peruvian Elite Grey

Snowmass Peruvian Casanova

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Rose Grey

AOA# 169027 DOB: 6/21/1996
Our top herdsire, Snowmass Peruvian Casanova was the high seller at the 2002 Celebrity Futurity Auction where he sold for an amazing $147,000! He had a micron count of 18.3 at 3.5 years of age and his recent histogram was still under 25 microns at over 9 years of age! Casanova took home the prestigious Futurity Herdsire of the Year honors in 2003 for his outstanding offspring! Not only that, in 2005, the Futurity Dark Herdsire of the Year was a Casanova son, Snowmass Nova, who sold in early 2006 ...
  | AOA# 169027 | Medium Rose Grey
Dam: Peruvian Boadicea
Ask For Price

$500 for packages

Ask a question
Sired by the legendary Snowmass Casanova. Out of black AOBA Res. Color Champion, Boadicea, he has the fiber and conformation to make heads turn. His dam Boadicea was the queen of the show circuit in 2000. She is dam to Highland Oberon, a Reserve Color Champion and multiple blue ribbon winner (including AOBA), The Scotsman, a black Reserve Color Champion and multiple blue ribbon winner, and Highland Boudica, a multiple Color Champion.
Crown Prince's first fleece sample came back as AFD 17.7; SD 3.8; CV 21.5; %>30 0.9....YES, A GRAY FLEECE. Crown Prince has combined the best of his dam and sire to be an example of the fineness, density, crimp, and conformation that will make him in demand in the very near future. He started last Fall's show season off with a bang! At the Empire Extravaganza he placed second to the Reserve Color Champ with the judge stating he had the finest fleece in the class. At the No. Illinois Alpaca Show, Crown Prince was awarded the blue ribbon in his class AND the Color Championship. Judge Jill MacLeod took very little time to select him as Champion. This Spring he has earned two more 2nd place awards....including a 2nd at the prestigious Futurity show...and a 1st at the PAOBA Breeders Showcase. Crown Prince was rewarded for his fine fleece that showed good staple length, crimp and density. We believe that he is certainly one of the finest Peruvian gray males on the East Coast. Now breeding, this is the time to add excellent genetics, conformation, and fiber to your herdsire options.

Updated 8/20/2013