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2009 Crias

Painted Spring's Key Lago

(d.o.b.  4/27/09)


Male

Sire:  El Nino's Accoyo Iago

Dam: Lili

 

What an amazing presence on this fella.  He've been erect and straight since day one.  He's just about ready to try his skills as a herdsire. 


Update 6/14:  While we tried Lago last fall for breeding, the pregnancy slipped, so thus far, we do not have any offspring from him.  He is still so very friendly and would make a fantastic herdsire for someone.

Update 5/16:  Lago is a fantastic fleece producer.  He's keeping up with his father and this year's harvest was over 10#.  That's the way we like them!









Painted Spring's Sweet Pete

(d.o.b.  5/17/09)

Male

Sire:  El Nino's Accoyo Iago

Dam: Sweet Pea

 

This sweet little boy was named in memory of his mother, Sweet Pea.  She was by far our favorite and a farm favorite as well.  She passed away a few months after Petey was born.  He carries the great conformation and fleece of his parents.  

 

Pete now resides at Shadowberry Farm.  This is a picture of him at about 2 1/2 years old.  The resemblance to his father Iago is uncanny.  What  a handsome boy!  











Painted Spring's Gahanna

(d.o.b.  6/8/09)

Male

Sire:   El Nino's Accoyo Iago

Dam: Eternity

 

Ok, by now, these little white boys are looking pretty much the same.  But each one has his own unique fiber and conformational properties that allow us to tell them apart.  Each one is as nice as the next.

Update 6/14:  Gahanna has sired his first cria.  She is a lovely light fawn girl - well beige body and a light fawn head.  What a healthy fast growing little girl!

Painted Spring's Tisdale

(d.o.b.  6/09)

Male

Sire:  Sugar's Head Turnin' Image

Dam: Tootie

 

Talk about a dense black fleece.  This guy's got it and great conformation too!

Tisdale now resides at another farm in Spring Grove keeping a lonely llama company.  

 


 

 








 

Updated May 13, 2016