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Shambalah's Babylon Sister


Alpaca , Suri , Open (Female) |Unproven |Beige

AOA# 36152209 | DOB: 8/28/2021 (2 yrs)

Sire: Pucara PureSuri Kahuna's Lexus


Pucara PureSuri Kahuna's Lexus

Suri Herdsire (Male) White

AOA# 32816587 DOB: 7/6/201310 yrs
PROUDLY CO-OWNED WITH TRIPLE H RANCH! When we had an opportunity to purchase Lexus, we jumped at it! He shows off a stunning head on a well conformed frame but its the fleece that spanks of his royal lineage. It is exactly what Pucara bred for. High luster, in fact luster to burn! It is fine and dense and displays nice independence of locking with that buttery greasy handle that Pucara loved to see in their program. In March 2014 he tested at 18.6m 3.9sd 20.9cv Sired by none other than ...
  | AOA# 32816587 | White
Dam: Shambalah's Foxx on the Run

TOP 1% EPDS FOR 2021!

Shambalah's Foxx on the Run

Suri Open (Female) Beige

AOA# 32779875 DOB: 9/12/201310 yrs
This one is so hard to let go but we are putting this fabulous female on the market. Shambalah's Foxx on the Run was born during a massive rainstorm. Foxxy was over 24 pounds when she entered the world during a break in what has been called a "biblical" storm here in Colorado. She is a long legged beauty with tons of fleece, great lock and amazing luster. A champion herself, Foxxy is the dam of champions! UPDATE: Foxxy is TOP 1% EPD for %M and TOP 5% for AFD and %F<30!
  | AOA# 32779875 | Beige
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Introducing Shambalah's Babylon Sister. Babs, as we call her at the Ranch, is a very robust young female. Babs was over 22lbs when she was born so she is a big girl now! Big is the name of the game though if you are looking for a breeding female. Babs is the product of our multi-award winning sire, Lexus - a champion in his own right. Lexus - in his first year producing for us - sired multiple champions. This is a great opportunity to add these genetics to your herd.

Updated 6/9/2023