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GWAS 2003

First Generation Baron Son

Baron's Concerto In White AAP&P

ARI# 837712   D.O.B. 4/11/2002  (17 yrs)

Suri, Male, Proven | White

3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Bolivian
Sire: Pperuvian Baron G4580 | ARI# 123075  | white |
Dam: Camilla | ARI# 816496  | white |

Stud Fee:

$1,500
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Concerto In White (Connie) is our Baron son, and one of the few remaining first-generation Baron offspring that is still breeding. He continues to produce fabulous crias, with 3 on the ground in 2011. He is a great choice for any white dam, and consistantly throws color when bred to color. He has sired 9 crias for us, 5 female and 4 male.

Connie's show record is very impressive. He was color champion at TxOLAN in 2003 and reserve champion at GWAS in 2003. We continued to exhibit his fleece through 2009, and he continued to win blue ribbons the entire time. His entire show history can be found online at www.alpacashows.com.

If you need to improve on any of your white females, Concerto In White is a great choice. These genetics are becoming increasingly scarce, so get some while you can.

Awards

Color Champion, TxOLAN 2003
1st Place, TxOLAN 2003
Reserve Champion, GWAS 2003
1st Place, GWAS 2003 (class of 15)
1st Place, Bred & Owned Yearling, GWAS 2003
5th Place, AOBA Nationals (class of 15)
1st Place, Bred & Owned Yearling, TxOLAN 2004
1st Place, Best Luster, Fleece GWAS 2004
1st Place Fleece, MOPACA 2005
1st Place Fleece, GWAS 2005
1st Place Fleece, TxOLAN 2006
1st Place Fleece, MOPACA 2006
1st Place Fleece, TxOLAN 2007
1st Place Fleece, Mid-America Alpaca Show 2007
1st Place Fleece, A-OK Alpaca Blastoff 2008
1st Place Fleece, TxOLAN 2008
1st Place Fleece, Arkansas Alpaca Adventure 2008
1st Place Fleece, GWAS 2009
2nd Place Fleece, AOBA Nationals 2009
All alpacas are sold "as is" and come with various reproductive guarantees. Financing is available depending on the purchase price. We are very negotiable.

Updated 9/14/2012