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Aurora of Aurora
Aurora's 2011 cria, Cinnamon Girl

Aurora with cria 2007

Aurora in 2009

Aurora

Silver Grey Classic

Aurora of Aurora

ARI# 826346   D.O.B. 10/10/2000

Suri, Female, Proven | White, Medium Silver Grey

1/2 Bolivian, 1/2 Chilean
Sire: Llama Lan's Calypso | ARI# 159738  | White 
Dam: LL Gypsy Rose Lee | ARI# 166496  | MB LSG WH 
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Aurora is a classic silver grey on white in a striking pattern. She won first place at the 2001 AOBA National halter show and first at the Western Alpaca Extravanza in 2002 as a yearling. Aurora has passed on her winning ways to her offspring, including Chez's Cinnamon Girl, a beautiful medium rose grey girl who placed first in halter and fleece at Alpacamania 2012. Aurora has perfect conformation and an elegant stature. At eleven years, her fiber stats in 2011 were an AFD of 29.2. Incredible fineness for her age! In addition to her outstanding conformation and fleece characteristics, Aurora has a soft, gentle personality which will win over your heart.

With her gentle temperament, Aurora is a perfect "mom". She produces exceptionally cute cria and they have all inherited her great personality. She has produced silver when bred to black and rose grey when bred to dark brown. If you are interested in breeding for colorful, patterned cria, Aurora is a sure bet.

Awards

First place, AOBA 2001 National show, halter multicolor suri female
First place, Western Alpaca Extravanza 2002, yearling female mixed
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Offspring

Rose Grey Elegance
ARI# 32283297   D.O.B. 6/22/2011 (10 yrs)
Suri, Female| Dark Rose Grey, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/4 Bolivian, 1/4 Chilean, Unproven
Sire: GVA Chesnimitz
Dam: Aurora of Aurora
If you've been looking to improve your grey herd with well known Championship bloodlines, Chez's Cinnamon Girl is for you. With a silver grey dam and...

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Updated 2/19/2015