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Meteor - August 2016

DENSE! Zipper Crimp!

Clear Sky’s Meteor

ARI# 32646474   D.O.B. 9/8/2012  (8 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | White

7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Chilean
Sire: 2002 Peruvian Lord Stanley | ARI# 844392  | Light Brown |
Dam: SPA Peruvian Tapestry | ARI# 1113570  | Medium Fawn 

Clear Sky’s Meteor

Meteor is another of our males, born here on our farm, but related to too many of our females.

His father is multiple Color Champion, Lord Stanley, the dark brown son of Conan. His dam is SPA Peruvian Tapestry who boasts Rensselaer, White Lightning, and Vengador in her lineage. Dr. Norm Evans, in his skin biopsy report for Tapestry at 6 years of age, showed a fine 20.1 micron and a dense 61 follicles per sq mm. He commented that Tapestry’s 19.5 secondary to primary ratio is the largest S/P average he had ever evaluated. Other comments in his report included: superior density, excellent handle, a breeder will have to look long and hard to find a male that will improve on this female’s offspring.

Meteor has never been shown due to health issues we’ve experienced over the last few years. He is halter and lead trained, and has tested bvd negative. His fiber is gorgeous! Zipper crimped with consistency through his blanket. And DENSE! Meteor reminds me of a Berber carpet. His fleece cracks at his neck - it's simply gorgeous! (Samples are available upon request). He is strong boned and displays wonderful correct conformation.

Unfortunately, we’ve got too many animals with Lord Stanley genetics here on our farm. We would love to see Meteor go to a farm where he and his fantastic genetics could be used. He should throw color with the genes he inherited from his parents.

Co-owner Cinda Young of Driwind Farms is no longer breeding and since we have to many with these genetics, we are offering Meteor with full interest and full breeding rights. Add him to your herd now and use him for your fall breedings!



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Updated 3/1/2017