This is a gorgeous, full Peruvian, 75% Accoyo, color champion winning, full Apache daughter out of Pacific Crest Luminescence, one of Pacific Crest's finest production females. Lolita's dam was named for her high luster fleece, but Lolita may have exceeded it. When you part her independent locks, she literally shines. Unbelievable fiber, density, lock structure and conformation. With her density and lock definition on a very typey frame, we expected Lolita to produce champion quality offspring and she has done just that.
Amanda VandenBosch, AOBA's top judge, stated that "Lolita is true to type phenotype for the suri alpaca; she is feminine yet has good type and style. Lolita has a silky handling fleece with luster and good nourishment. Her fleece is organized in its lock structure and has solidity through the lock."
She birthed her first cria, Goldilocks, in July, 2009, sired by Sandollar's incomparable Cochise, one of the United States' dominant suri herdsires (now deceased), with an undefeated show career including the 2004 AOBA National Color Championship. And for 2012, she was bred to LCA Caden, our light fawn suri herdsire (proudly co-owned with Uber Ranch Alpacas and Alpaca Rose Ranch). We got a fabulous female that is nearly identical in color to her dam named Carmel that has already taken three blue ribbons and a color championship. Lolita delivered a fall, 2015 male cria sired by the incredible Seed Stock Suri's herdsire Stardust who has also ribboned in three shows. Come take a look for yourselves!
She just birthed her latest cria sired by Kahuna's WAPU on July 1, 2017; you should see him! Spitting image of his father! After a year off, we bred her for a 2019 cria to our newest herdsire, Big Timber's Quebracho, an AOA Banner winner as well as a Futurity winner. This cria should be something!