Pperuvian Irma B4027
White, 122665, Full Peruvian
Selected as the first pick in the second importation, Irma’s luster and lock were immediately obvious. She was transported back to Spokane and arrived the day of the first Alpaca Showcase, judged by Don Julio Barreda. Her owners carried Irma, who would not lead, to the show ring and drug her around the arena. She was matted and dirty, but when Don Julio opened her fleece and looked at her luster, he grinned broadly at her new owners. Irma was awarded first place; her first and only show experience.

Irma has been on a small farm and under bred. She has only thrown seven cria since her importation. Two of those have gained notoriety including Tagi of Legacy Hills, co-owned by Latah Creek Alpacas and Chelsea Farms, who took First Place and Color Champion at AOBA Nationals in 2001,as well as first place and Color champion at Alpaca Western Extravanza. Irma was purchased in 2003 by SunRock Suris.


Pperuvian Inca G4581
White, 123076, Peruvian
There are many superlatives used to describe exceptional herdsires and all of them apply to Pperuvian Inca. A remarkable, pre-potent import, Inca has proven himself repeatedly, consistently throwing extreme fineness of fleece, glaring luster and excellent definition of lock. At the end of the 2004 show season, we counted 17 champions and reserve champions a major US shows, including AOBA Nationals, the AAA Futurity, Alpaca Western Extravaganza, the International Alpaca Odyssey, as well as multiple championships at other shows. At the time of his importation, Inca had a micron count of 17; at the age of 10, his micron count was 24. Inca has been a pillar in the breeding program at Latah Creek where his book is closed.



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Lady Ginger

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Sex: Female

DOB: 06-19-2010
ARI# Pending
Color: Medium Brown
Heritage: 3/4 Peruvian and Mix

Ginger is a carbon copy of Lady Godiva that has been on alpacanation for a while and and has had 400 hits. Bloodline are the following. Dam is Lady Bug who's sire is the awesome male named Snowmass Nautilus. Her dam is Cerise Kissed who came from the Snowmass herd when they were raising Suri's. I believe this dark brown is more of a dark mahogany color. Ginger Sire is our on LCA Quechua who's sire is Ice Dancer. The award winning bloodlines just keep getting better and better. Ginger is a show quality alpaca that is price today below market price because I have a carbon copy of her that I am going to breed next year



Lady Ginger


1st Place Alpacaplazzo 2011

1st Place PNAA Showcase 2011


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LCA Quechua

Alpaca Rose Lady Bug


1279474 30653061


Full Peruvian Peruvian and Bolivian


White Dark Brown