SRS® Recommended Male
LILLYFIELD JACK OF SPADES OF INCA
|DOB:||8 April 2006|
|Current Age:||7 years, 8 months|
|Sire:||Blue Grass Bollinger|
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|Fibre length result|
Lillyfiled Jack of Spades of Inca is a well grown male who exhibits a high capacity and substance of bone. He matured early and his progeny have a robust birth weight and also reach maturity at a young age. His skin test reveals high density and good fleece length. His fleece displays great brightness and handle while being uniform in colour. The temperament of this male makes him easy to handle and this trait is readily seen in his progeny. Currently over 85% of his progeny are black in colour when he has been bred to black dams. With a pedigree that is heavily populated with Accoyo genetics this male produces progeny with a uniform phenotype. Lillyfield Jack of Spades of Inca has won many Champion Black awards in the UK and his progeny continue to excel in all black age and sex categories throughout Europe.
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13/06/13 - New England Alpaca Show
Four subscribers were represented at the New England Alpaca show consisting of fleeces and lead animals over the long weekend of the 8th & 9th of June. They were Glen Waverly Alpacas (Betty & Adrian Whitten), Sunline Alpacas (Jeff & Jill Willis), Towarri Alpacas (Stuart & Fiona Marshall) and Glenhope Alpacas (Bronwyn & David Mitchell). Everyone took home some ribbons from the event which attracted 44 fleeces and 136 animals. In the fleece section Glenhope entered 7 fleeces and received 3 Championships, 2 Reserve Championships and the Supreme Champion. Glen Waverly received a Reserve Championship. The judge commented on the weight of the fleeces and the quality of the presentation which is encouraging. In the animal classes Sunline received 2 Championships and a Reserve Champion and Glenhope received a Championship and 2 Reserve Champions.
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.