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First Cria Chancie Ann

Whistler's Coaletta Lynn

ARI# 31455381   D.O.B. 10/8/2008  (11 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | True Black

Sire: My Peruvian Chance | ARI# 816391  | Bay Black 
Dam: Dewdrop Ita | ARI# 835945  | Dark Brown 
Service Sire: Grand River Columbo 
| ARI# 31028783  | Medium Silver Grey |

Coaletta looks beatiful standing or grazing in our pasture with her gorgeous head and excellent conformation. Her bone structure is excellent, with a very square frame atop good sized legs. She has very bright true black fleece with lots of shine to it. Coaletta's sire is Chance, a superb herdsire from Whistler's Glen known for throwing outstanding cria. This is a line that is rare in the US and is highly valued by breeders of black alpacas. Coaletta's incredible sire Chance is now deceased making her even more valuable. Coaletta's blood line is rich in color and she should be a wonderful producer of colored cria. Other notable alpacas in her lineage are PPPeruvian Inca, PPeruvian Emilio, NWA, Ltd Senator Taft, CPeruvian Timo, and CPeruvian Columbine.


Coaletta Lynn's first cria out of the Reverend Mr. Black produced a true coal black Coal Miner's Daughter on July 13, 2013. IPRA Chancie Ann has now joined our foundation herd and recently birthed her own cria, IPRA Jude Thaddeus.

Awards

First Place, Royal Alpaca Challenge 2009
Reserve Color Chamption, Royal Alpaca Challenge 2009
First Place, Springfield Riverside Alpacafest 2010
Fourth Place, Minnesota Alpaca Expo 2010 (large level IV Class)
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Offspring

No Chance about it! Superior Genetics
ARI# 32731132   D.O.B. 7/13/2013 (6 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| True Black, Proven
Sire: Mile High The Reverend Mr. Black
Dam: Whistler's Coaletta Lynn
Service Sire: Snowmass Highland Amber
IPRA Chancie Ann is the 2012 true black cria out of our own Whistler's Coaletta Lynn and Mile High The Reverend Mr. Black. She has a good solid squa...

Prairie Rose Alpacas, LLC - Pleasant Plains, IL

Updated 11/3/2017