Sunday 31 July 2011

Kelso revisited

We are still glowing from our success at Kelso and have really appreciated all your congratulations, thank you. 

One of the most important classes of the show is Sires Progeny, this shows the sires ability to pass on his positive phenotype (physical characteristics), and genotype (his genetics) to his off spring.  We had entered both Legend of Spartacus and Golden Guinea.

We had a superb result here too, coming away with first place for  Legend, who the judge said there wasn't a cigarette paper between his three progeny, Casiphia, Niveous and Wynfor.  Golden Guinea came second with Meketaten, Lady Godiva and Lavender-Bee's Tatiana.  Completing the line-up in third were some wonderful greys who the judge, Rob Bettinson was very impressed with from Sudell Alpaca's Blue Circus.
Thank you to whoever took this photo for me (sorry I was so excited I didn't see who took it!).

As a bit of a celebration we have decided to do a special offer on our stud services for a limited time only.  We are very proud of what our boys have produced and are happy to share their success, subject to strict bio-security conditions.  We have progeny from all four boys on farm to view so you can see the results for yourselves.

1 comment:

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Fantastic line up...looks like a wonderful day, and fine weather too !.....what more could you wish for !......apart from a house on the hill....oh, and a barn or two !!......:0)..Jayne