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ALPACAS of NH at SLEEPING MONK FARM

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Aussie .38 Special Granddaughter!

AMERICAN DREAMBred

ARI# 35178941   D.O.B. 7/11/2015  (2 yrs)  (Due Date: 5/28/2018)

Huacaya, Female (Bred), Unproven | Medium Fawn

Sire: NeverSummer's American Iron | ARI# 31890007  | Medium Rose Grey 
Dam: Stonyridge Arista | ARI# 30998155  | Dark Silver Grey 
Service Sire: ORLANDO CLOUD'S KODACHROME 
| ARI# 31350679  | Medium Rose Grey 


American Dream is one of the newest members of ALPACAS of NH at SLEEPING MONK FARM'S gray herd!

Dream is the daughter of the Aussie Rockford daughter, Stonyridge Arista. Arista is a known harlequin carrier, as her first son, Corvus, started out light fawn and transformed to gunmetal grey by his second shearing. She is a tall, beautiful female whose impeccable conformation is reliably passed to her offspring, with Dream being no exception. Dream's sire is Neversummer's American Iron, a multiple-champion son of the untouchable Aussie .38 Special. Not just any multiple-champion .38 Special son, either, Iron is a full brother to high-selling Futurity Champion female Neversummer's Chautauqua.

American Dream is a lovely female with impeccable conformation and a beautiful, typey head. Her fleece has a lovely handle with excellent brightness, a long staple length and a very neat, high-frequency crimp style.

Given that she is the offspring of two tuxedo grey parents, we feel that Dream is well suited for a grey breeding program like ours. Given that her dam is a known harlequin carrier, if we decide to sell her, she would also do great in a harlequin appaloosa program.

Dream has been bred to our 3 X gray champion Kodachrome.

WE WORK WITH YOU TO DESIGN FINANCING TERMS THAT WILL WORK FOR YOU, INCLUDING THE DOWN PAYMENT AND THE MONTHLY PAYMENT. WE WANT YOU TO ENJOY YOUR ALPACAS, NOT FEEL BURDENED DOWN BY YOUR PURCHASE. GIVE US A CALL TO DISCUSS ANY ALPACA(S) YOU ARE INTERESTED IN.

Updated 7/21/2017