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Split Rock Farms Alpacas

Breeding For Coloured Excellence

Glen & Lynda Finbow
1652 Ridge Rd, NRidgeway, CAN-ON L0S 1N0
905 382-7777 farm
905 658-3219 sales & marketing
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Split Rock's Margarita

Fiber/Scientific Data

0Micron 17.3, SD 4.7, CV 27.0, %>30u 1.3, Spin Fineness 17.8, Comfort Factor 98.7% (no itch)

Split Rock's Margarita

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | True Black

CLAA# 37295   D.O.B. 6/19/2008 (10 yrs)

Dickson's Rosco 
 | CLAA# 16180  

Ring Ranch Lovely Rita 

Ring Ranch Lovely Rita

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Medium Silver Grey
CLAA# 3189 | DOB: 8/3/2005
Lovely Rita (another Beetles’ name for Split Rock) has been a delight her whole life. At the beginning, she looked like she’d be rose grey, though we would now classify her as silver grey.

She is easy to handle but also stands her ground within the herd – not to be pushed around. She has beautiful conformation, good bite and lovely head.

Her daddy is the well-renown Silverado – now departed, he was a major Canadian champion himself and has passed that trait on to many of his crias. One ...
 | CLAA# 3189 | Medium Silver Grey 

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This sweet-faced little senorita is black in colour and carries a lustrous 17.8 micron fleece on her maiden body.

While tending to her own business, she has a very calm yet intelligent personality. Medium framed, she comes by her naturally trim physique on her dam’s side.

She is one of the few black offspring of her sire, Rosco, who has presented us with numerous grey babies, many of whom have won major awards in the showring.

Margarita placed 3rd in A.C.’s 2009 Futurity. Margarita has been a healthy, lively female right from birth.
She is a pleasure to have in the pasture.

Margarita is not bred, but will be looking for her Mr. Right in a few months. If you don’t have a mate in mind for her, we can select a complimentary someone from Split Rock’s quality herdsire list who should suit her just fine.


3rd Halter, Alpaca Canada's 2009 Futurity

Updated 1/16/2012