Thursday, 5 July 2012

The other half....

Having posted photo's yesterday of one half of this years cria to date, I thought it only fair I went out today with the camera to get the other half.  So are you sitting comfortably.

First up tonight we have Thor, he is from Lualeni and Gianmarco's Masterpiece and is a real stunner.  He was also the first of this years littlies to eat hard feed; mind you with his parents I'm not surprised!
Next we have Pepe, he is also from Gianmarco and Little Miss Irraquoy.  Again this boy has a fabulous fine, dense and well styled crimp, the only downside is he has a fawn saddle, but it will make great yarn and I'm sure a prize winning fancy!
Next up is Palace, one of three births the jubilee weekend.  She is from Willow, the current face of Barnacre and Golden Guinea.
Next is Molly's little man, he is another impressive boy, this time from Legend of Spartacus.

And I thought you might like to see Veruschka's cria without her coat on tonight.

Next up is Luca, he is from one of the livery girls Isadora and Navigator - a very nice boy who is already very keen on the ladies (well his mate Lily).

And here is Lily herself...

And the final cria so far is Snow's Little Lady who is doing well and got to play out in the sun today.  She has gained 200gms again today and as you can see is now up on her pasterns and very alert.

And the final photo has to be next years line up in the making.......

Kate and Loki if you were wondering!

5 comments:

Patricia Elliot said...

Fantastic photos. I just love hearing about the alpacas and all the tricks they get up to, just to keep the Rippons on their toes. x

Miriam said...

Loving the photos of the babies at Barnacre Debbie, thanks for sharing.

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Impressive line up ....those babies are looking lovely ...growing up fast and great to see Snows little girl doing good ......Jayne

oak haven alpacas said...

Lovely cria!!


Cara

Zenitude (formerly Wooly Knits n Bits) said...

So many white crias! All I can think of is how lovely their fleece is.