Clear Sky Alpacas LLC

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Fantastic Rear!
Look at that density!

Six Days Old....

El Accoyo Rubio grandson & Mucusani line

Clear Sky's Carbon Copy

ARI# 35103110   D.O.B. 7/3/2016 (4 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Fawn

Full Peruvian
Sire: MRAR Rubio's Mr. Cavalier Carlton | ARI# 31821636  | fawn 
Dam: Sparkles at Clear Sky - Blue Ribbon Winner! | ARI# 31474443  | White 

WOW! This boy has the makings of a great herdsire! He came into the world unassisted and was up and running soon after. He hasn't stopped. Beautiful conformation, gorgeous rear, and already knows his business with the ladies.

Carbon's fiber has that rich buttery feel. He inherited his density from both his parents. Wonderful crimp and a very nice fineness.

Look at these genetics - quite rare! Carbon's dam, Sparkles at Clear Sky, is the daughter of Macusani's Chin Chin, so although white, she has black as her second color. Her fiber has been and remains one of the finest blankets on our farm, absolutely heavenly! Carbon is her first cria and she delivered unassisted. She is a fantastic dam. Her mother is LAR Estancia - another heavenly fleeced alpaca on our farm.

Carbon's sire is our own MRAR Rubio's Mr. Cavalier Carlton, a handsome medium fawn herdsire who has already blessed us with two previous cria - both true black. Carlton is the son of the famous El Accoyo Rubio! Carlton's dam is Ross's Cloe, a Black Jack Jax daughter. Carlton is one of our larger males and we love his fiber.

It was a very difficult decision to list Carbon Copy here on our farm list for sale, but since we have his parents, AND we have too many boys, we'd like to see him go to a farm where his genetics and fiber characteristics would be of benefit. Sharing it forward....

This boy is show worthy and will be on our show string if still here in the spring.

He was recently registered and has BVD tested negative. Will post his certificate as soon as it arrives.

Free boarding until he is weaned.

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Updated 5/6/2020