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Rare Gem Alpacas

Breeding Harlequin, Appaloosa and Unique Colors!

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1st shearing fiber sample. Blonde tips, gorgeous rose grey below.


2015 Just Shorn

Harlequin Appaloosa (New Listing)

Misty Creek's Tiger LilyBred

ARI# 32426021   D.O.B. 10/1/2012 (9 yrs)  (Due Date: 8/12/2022)

Huacaya, Bred (Female), Proven | Medium Rose Grey

7/8 Peruvian
Sire: Pacifica's D'Peruvian Dune Master | ARI# 1379327  | Light Fawn |
Dam: Italia's Tuscan Rose | ARI# 31322546  | Med Rose Grey |
Service Sire: Rare Gem X Man (Appaloosa) 
| ARI# 35589129  | White, Medium Fawn 

Price:

$4,500 Pregnancy Unconfirmed
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Tiger Lily is the spitting image of her dam as a cria. Before shearing, she looked fawn. But under that blonde was gorgeous rose-grey! The unique stripes and spots all along her face, neck and legs really stand out against the grey. As Lily has matured, she has darkened into a lovely rose grey.

She comes from a long line of award-winning alpacas. She's won her first blue ribbons at TN Waltz Spin-off. Received FULL Points on Ease of Draft and First Impression. Judges comments include "The color is beautiful with the feathered affect of the solid color staples tipped in beige. Very soft hand and very bright. The smooth draft was like spinning melted butter. A joy to spin."

Lily is a solid 211 lbs female. Her harlequin genetic is from Peruvian Platinum one of our favorite lines for appaloosa genetics.

Lily has birthed one offspring in 2018-- a large female appaloosa. For Lily's current breeding, Rare Gem X-Man has been selected as her service sire. X-Man is a robust young appaloosa male that will add the NGG Lional genetic to the mix with the possibility of a homozygous appaloosa / harlequin offspring.

* * * THIS FEMALE BROKERED BY RARE GEM ALPACAS * * *

Awards

2013 First place, Tennessee Waltz Spin Off
2013 HIGH SCORE GREY, Tennessee Waltz Spin Off
2014 Second Place, AOA Nationals Spin Off
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Updated 9/16/2021