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Type:  Male Heavy Wool

Birthdate:  9/6/2014
Purpose/Training:   Breeding, Companion/Pet, Halter, Performance

Registration: ILR Registration Pending
Color:  Medium Brown



E.V.E Silver's Destiny   


Dilute Grey Brown, 276392, Breeding


Very nice upright female with beautiful fiber and conformation. Bred to a half Argentine for May 2012: Granite RTC by Argentine Fresco
Update: Destiny delivered a healthy 20.4 pound male cria May 21 that is a beautiful grey color with tons of fiber, straight legs, and a great head to top it off!
2013: Destiny had a beautiful girl with tons of fine fiber! Check her out HD Midas' Selene.
2014: Destiny delivered a beautiful boy, reddish brown with black/grey neck and legs. Good bone, silky fiber, flat top line with a nice head.

  JLL Midas  
    Pattern, 272367, Breeding,Halter  

Midas has great conformation and good bone. Midas has very fine guard hair that is hardly noticeable and his micron came back as a 22.5 at 32 months old. He is smaller, last we measured he was under 39 inches. He has a nice disposition and is very easy to handle and catch.

2012 CRIAS:
For 2012 we got 3 wonderful crias! 2 girls and 1 boy and 100% COLOR! All together Midas has given us 5 crias, 3 boys and 2 girls. All 5 of his crias have been paint/pinto and 3 were out of solid colored dams. Midas' crias have been silky, suri, or single coated even out of double coated dams.

As Midas' crias grow, we have been thrilled that all of them have kept straight legs front and back and a great level top line with beautiful necks that make them stand out and say look at me! If you want a cria with great conformation from birth, beautiful fiber and showy presence, consider a breeding to Midas!

2013 crias: Midas did it again! 4 crias on the ground this year, 1 boy and 3 gi



HD Midas' Dexter Sold!

Listed by Jennifer & Cheryl Sturdy of Terrebonne, OR

Print Listing | Certificate | Histogram

We found him in the morning already up, dry and nursing. From the time we found him, he has been quite interested in people. He goes out of his way to leave his mom and come over to look at us and see what we are doing. He could care less about where his mom is until he is hungry. We will continue working with him, get him gelded and get him out doing PR events/parades and therapy work. Looks like he may stay on the smaller side too which makes it less intimidating for kids or people that are unsure of llamas.

Price: Sold



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This listing was last updated on 6/27/2015 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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