SRS® Recommended Female
|DOB:||26 February 2003|
|Current Age:||10 years, 3 months|
|Skin test results|
|Fibre length result|
Camelot Tor has high density and good fibre length. The fibres are smooth surfaced and deeply crimped. His skin test results show a low 6.4mn difference between the primary and secondary fibres. The 2006 cut produced a 5.4kg fleece of highly lustrous and very well-aligned, fine and uniform bundles as can be seen below. He has near perfect conformation and wonderful fleece coverage from his bonnet to the tips of his toes. His pedigree includes Jolimont Sculptor, Jolimont Attitude and Ppperuvian Auzengate. Tor was entered in five shows in 2006 was Supreme Champion in all five shows including the Bendigo Sheep Wool Show and Royal Melbourne Show. By January, 2010 his progeny had won 12 Supreme Championships in Australian the UK and New Zealand. Camelot Tor is available for servicing in an SRS(R) breeding program at a discount to subscribers.
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24/04/13 - Castle Hill Alpaca Show
Castle Hill Show, near Sydney, Australia, on the 9 March was another great show for SRS(R) studs. Walkley Fields (Richard Brennan) and Gunnamatta Alpacas (Sue Maynard and John Hay) had a very succesful day collecting 7 out of 10 Champions, with Walkley Fields taking out Supreme Huacaya Alpaca and Sire's progeny.
Judge Joanne Ham commented on the "super softness" of the animals.
24/04/13 - Hawkesbury Alpaca Show
Hawkesbury Show on the 20th of April was the latest in the show successes for SRS(R) herds. Walkley Fields Alpacas (Richard Brennan), Patagonia Alpacas (Ian Braithwaite and Cathi McMullen), Millpaca Alpacas (Ian and Annette Frith),Signature Alpacas(Debbie and Laurie O'Neill), Gunnamatta (Sue Maynard and John Hay) and Ngullaminya (Tom and Joan Kent) all enjoyed some fantastic successes both in the halter and fleece competitions.
Highlights of the day had to be SRS(R) breeders winning 7 out of the 10 class Championships, both sire's and dam's progeny, and to top the day off, Champion Huacaya fleece.