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Jan 2017 rainy weather

Buster - shorn just under 1 year old

Co-owned with Jay Nelson

Sirocco's Coal Combustion

ARI# 35103837   D.O.B. 6/5/2016  (2 yrs)

Suri, Male, Unproven | True Black

Sire: Boreas' Sirocco | ARI# 32056563  | True Black 
Dam: Obsidian Queen | ARI# 31386012  | True Black 

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Beautiful, beauty-full, black guy!

Sirocco's Coal Combustion, aka Buster, is result of a slight line breed on Kobe of PVA great grand sire/grand sire on each side. His dam, Obsidian Queen, is a beautiful daughter of Silvestre and his sire, Boreas' Sirocco, was a 1st place winner at the Nationals in Kentucky.

As a juvenile at Nationals in 2017 Buster took a 5th place in a large class, the judge just kept coming back, looking him over and over, every last inch of him! Buster is not small, but the one he was next to in the ring was well over 100 pounds at 9 months old and the owner commented he was born at 26 pounds! The judges comments for him were more growth and he would of placed higher. Buster then went on to Dixon and took a 2nd in halter where Judge Ken Hibbits commented that it was a close placing next to first place winner, also commenting that Buster's micron was finer than the first place winner. In 2018, Buster took a 3rd place with the judge commenting his fineness and luster placed him above the others in the class. We are not discouraged knowing his genetics and the competition he was up against. We participated in the Suri Herd Improvement Program and his fleece marks were above average with a 21 micron, well organized lock with very soft and cool handle noted. Those are attributes we are very happy to hear - especially in black.

We had multiple inquiries on co-ownership of this guy at a young age and are happy to announce a partnership with Jay Nelson on this beautiful guy. Excited to see what the future brings for all of us.

Buster at 2-years old settled his first girl. She is a lovely harlequin rose grey, due June 2019. With his genetic colors being steeped very deep in true black with a dash of grey, we think this pairing may give him a chance to prove he is the hot ticket that he was born thinking he is. Hoping his fine, slick fleece comes through to their offspring.

Contact us today if you are interested in a breeding.


California Classic 2018 - halter previously shorn True Black yearling - Judge Peter Kennedy
California Classic, 2017 Judge Ken Hibbits, juvenile halter
California Classic 2017 - walking fleece Judge Mary Miller
Alpaca Owners National 2017 Judge Dave Barbosa, juvenile walking fleece
25% Down with 48 months to pay, 4% interest

Updated 5/22/2019