— The MABA Team

A Paca Fun Farm

Breeding Generations of Excellence

Neil and Jo Padgett
16707 Thurston RdDickerson, MD 20842
410-808-0384
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Fiber/Scientific Data

2015 AFD 15.21, SD 3.16, CF 100%

SOLD!

38 Special Copper Penny

Huacaya, Female, Light Brown

AOA# 32704006   D.O.B. 7/9/2014 (6 yrs)

Sire:
Aussie .38 Special 

15x Champ

Aussie .38 Special

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Light Rose Grey
ARI# 1389081 | DOB: 7/30/2006
This male is simply amazing. He has 15 championship banners, 2 judges choice awards, has won the AOBA nationals in halter, composite, and fleece, has been Futurity champion & Futurity Dark Herdsire of the Year, and won the AOA Spirit of the industry award (with his 8th fleece)!

And... his cria have followed in his footsteps!

Proudly co-owned with Copper Star Alpaca Farm & Elf Paca Meadows.

Breedings are now closed.

| AOA# 1389081  | Light Rose Grey 

Dam:
HA BETTY DAVIS EYES 
| AOA# 31973724  | Medium Silver Grey  |
Service Sire:
 
   

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Description

Copper Penny comes from high-end color lines on both sides of her pedigree. Her golden fawn fleece is extremely bright, fine and uniform, exhibiting very well defined crimp. Her boxy frame, typey head and exceptional coverage, make her a total package that’s ready for the show ring!

As both parents are classic gray, Copper Penny could be bred for either solid or classic gray offspring. She is an exceptional female and would be a valuable addition to any program breeding for fine, uniform color.

Copper Penny comes with a breeding to any of A Paca Fun Farm’s herdsires. Depending on which way the buy wants to go we would suggest either CCNF Elixir, A Paca Fun’s Intrigue or A Paca Fun’s Supersonic.

We will be making her available at the 2015 Parade of Champion's Auction May 29th-30th!

Congratulations to Jerry and Lynne Braatz of Jersey Breeders in NJ on adding this girl to their program!!

Updated 6/1/2015