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Lord of Sipan
I'm ready to breed!

Sipan's first cria!

Things are groovy here in California...

Pre-shearing 2015

After shearing 2015 (needs his cheek trimmed!)

LF Matrix Son, Poseidon G'Son--Winner!!

MRN Matrix Lord of Sipan

ARI# 32791259   D.O.B. 4/9/2013  (5 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Light Fawn

Full Peruvian
Sire: Snowmass Matrix | ARI# 850345  | Beige 
Dam: PNA Poseidons Accoyo Gabriella | ARI# 30829978  | White 

Currently being auctioned on Openherd.com

Ended


The stars aligned just right, and Lord of Sipan was the result. We happened to have our full-Accoyo Poseidon daughter (with fawn genetics) in Virginia, at Double O Good Alpacas (home of Matrix), to deliver her cria by Royal Fawn. So, when I saw that a rare Matrix breeding was donated to the International Alpaca Odyssey in California, I bid to win! Sipan arrived 12 months later--born at Derwydd Alpacas, he was instantly a favorite of Jan Davis (who knows a thing or two about alpacas). She loved his bright, bright fawn bundles and beautiful crimp style.

Sipan has matured to resemble his sire, Snowmass Matrix (you know--the highest selling alpaca EVER at $675K!) in fleece style, conformation and temperament. He is a very compact male, but perfectly conformed according to the judge at AlpacaFest West in 2015, who awarded him a blue ribbon. It's impressive that a compact male would place in the top 2% EPD for Fleece weight, but he did! That is evidence of his great density and long staple length.

An outstanding fiber artist with a wealth of experience with various fibers said of Sipan's fleece, "This is the most INCREDIBLE FIBER I have ever worked with!" She went on to rave about how it is finer and has a better handle than angora rabbit, etc... This is rare praise, indeed!

Sipan has 5 crias born in South Carolina--2 are GREY!!. One more cria due in Fall, 2018, but Sipan is back home at Alpacas of Marin in the North San Francisco Bay area, and ready to get back to work!

Awards

California Classic RoundUp 2014
AlpacaFest West 2015
We can consider flexible financing. In general, we accept 1/3 down with 1 year interest-free to pay the balance.

Updated 12/8/2018