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Windrush Alpacas

Where alpacas are our passion and fleece is our future

Snowmass Bloodlines, Great Coverage

Windrush Captain Sebastian

ARI# 31993524   D.O.B. 6/17/2010  (8 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Light Brown

3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean
Dam: Windrush Zindel's Velvet Princess | ARI# 30465978  | Medium Fawn |

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Talk about impressive coverage, we think our Captain Sebastian (known to us as PJ) is a prime example! This boy has plenty of style too. Nice straight top line, well balanced, compact and great density of bone – and we haven’t even started talking about his fleece yet. I literally have a list of local fiber artists who have asked for first dibs on PJ’s fleece once I have finished showing it.

PJ’s fleece is fine, dense and has beautifully organized crimp, throw in brightness on top of that and what more could you ask for? PJ sheared 2.9lbs of fine fleece at his first shearing in May 2011. Oh and I guess we should tell you that PJ is the son of Snowmass Andean Night, an elite male from the renowned Snowmass breeding program who has multiple banner winning offspring on the ground. Let’s not forget PJ’s dam Windrush Velvet Princess who also brings solid genetics to PJ. Velvet is the daughter of our multi champion herdsire Windrush Jennifer’s Zindel and our favorite black foundation dam Queen of Spades. Both Zindel and Queen throw black offspring so if you are looking to add some elite fleeced black alpacas to your program PJ may be the Junior Herdsire for you.

Interest Free Financing on alpacas over $5,000. Terms: 25% of listing price required at time of signing contract as downpayment, balance due over two years. Should Buyer fail to pay the full purchase price by the end of 24 months from the first installment, interest will accrue on the balance owed at a rate of 5% from the date of contract.

Updated 5/21/2018