Azteca Rose is a beautifully well grown, we appreciate her long staple, fineness, soft hand, bright fiber, consistent crimp, and uniformity of character and micron. Azteca Rose is a dark grey, as a juvenile she showed as a fantastic indefinite dark, as she has matured, her color classifys as dark grey. She is certainly a stunning female!
At Aztecas’ Debut show, Alpacapalooza, Judge Helen Testa had these Oral Reasons for placing her first: fineness, LONG staple, a uniform fleece and uniform architecture, her frame was a perfect fit in the ‘box’.
First place at CABA Classic, judge Nick Harrington-Jones oral reasons were: Uniformity, fineness, soft hand and well grown female.
Her dam is Patagonia’s Axinia, a beautifully balanced female, typey head. Her offspring Patagonia’s Black Gold (FULL SIBLING TO AZTECA ROSE) earned the black Futurity Champion!
We feel confident Azteca Rose will be a foundation female, with many breeding options to gray, black or any colored program. Selling with a breeding to any Herdsire at Sentinel Ranch.
19.7m, sd:4.8, cv: 24.4, <30:2.6 Azteca was bred with our grey Herdsire Marengo, the Cria has arrived! A lovely female, she looks black, but let's wait and see... really appreciate the character I am seeing exhibiting in this lovely female. Awards First Place First Place Halter Alpacapalooza 2015 Judge: Helen Testa Fineness, uniformity, uniformity of architecture, staple length, perfect box frame. First Place First Place Halter CABA Classic 2015 Judge: Nick Harrington-Jones Uniformity, fineness, soft hand, well grown female First Place First Place Halter CABA Classic 2016 Helen Testa Fineness, character, staple length, soft hand, well conformed, deserving of first place