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1/2 Accoyo

Morning Sky's Eliana

ARI# 1345742   D.O.B. 8/1/2006  (12 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Medium Fawn

Full Peruvian
Sire: Sir Peruvian Accoyo Odyssey | ARI# 841970  | White 
Dam:     

Making us wait several extra weeks past her due date, Pricilla gave birth to Morning Sky's Eliana on the hottest day of the entire summer! For this reason, her name, meaning "daughter of the sun", was chosen.

Dark fawn and 1/2 Accoyo, out of award winning Sir Peruvian Accoyo Odyssey - who has awesome, dense fleece - Eliana had an IgG of 1950 at one week of age, and has a perfect bite, beautiful head and great staple length. She also boasts Vengador and Accoyo Godfather in her pedigree!

Morning Sky's Eliana was bred to our dark fawn, award winning herdsire, Crescent Moon's Roulette - a Rayo del Sol son, 4P Legacy and Danko grandson, and Caballero Andante great grandson, and delivered a strong, lovely light brown girl with a white face, and great presence, Morning Sky's Roulette's Mirra!

When bred to our dense, co-owned, 3/4 Accoyo multiple ribbon winning herdsire, Grand Alero, the result was an white female with great presence, Morning Sky's Grande Flora, born 6/19/10.

Eliana's purchase includes a breeding to either Grand Alero, white, or Crescent Moon's Roulette, medium fawn - both very dense, conformationally correct, ribbon winners, and each with great temperament.

"One Fine Day", shown above and featuring Eliana in our pasture in the autumn, took a second place ribbon in the 2008 Photo Contest at the AOBA National show in Sandy, Utah, and was featured in the fall 2008 issue of Alpacas magazine!

Offspring

Rayo del Sol/Odyssey granddaughter!
ARI# 30864511   D.O.B. 9/18/2008 (10 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Light Brown, Unproven
Sire: Crescent Moon's Roulette
Dam: Morning Sky's Eliana
Mirra is the third cria on the ground for our award winning herdsire, Crescent Moon's Roulette, and his first to be born on our farm! Morning Sky's R...

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Updated 2/16/2017