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Lancaster x Super Sam! In BROWN!

Charming Mimi

ARI# 35424161   D.O.B. 9/21/2018 (5 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Medium Brown

7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Chilean
Sire: High Plains Quicksand | ARI# 200000691  | Light Fawn 
Dam: Aussie Angelica's Charmer | ARI# 35118800  | Medium Brown 
Service Sire: Creedence 
| ARI# 35145141  | Medium Silver Grey 


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**2023 - Mimi does it again! A stunning fawn male in the image of his champion sire! How excited we are for this one, especially since his sire is out in Oregon right now! This youngster is the total package! SCORE!

**Update May 2022 - it's a perfect image of momma! A maroon boy and future stud! Can't wait to see how he starts to mature, but right now he is busy running around the pastures.Welcome to the world handsome!!

Let her charm your socks off!

Mimi has grown into a well developed and well proportioned female. She is correct and strong in bone and frame and since conformation is spot on we turn next to look at fleece traits. Mimi has an incredible handle - indicating that she has amazing consistency in her beautiful maroon fleece. She has a very fine fleece so we think choosing to add density to her next generation by breeding her to either fawn champion - Branson or Oro will be a good decision. Or increase odds of grey and breed her to the stunning Color Champion, Creedence? Then again, with her black points, leaning towards Oreo Ben seems like a no-brainer. Of course, I wouldn't shy away from a stunning white with her background either - Defcon or Romeo would also add amazing density, character and curb appeal to next generation as well. Any decision will be difficult but the result will be outstanding.

Mimi is an elegant cross of Victor's HemiAccoyo Casanova x Lancaster crossed with some Canadian genetics (Super Sam) to provide some added "new" genetics to the mix for diversity.

We quietly acquired Mimi's dam (Aussie Angelica's Charmer) because of her background and added diversity to the background and crossed our fingers hoping she would keep her color (medium brown) in her offspring - and she did!

This mini charmer is co-owned with Oak Crest Alpacas in Downs, IL.

Financing Available.

Updated 2/15/2024