2012 Female!

with Mimosa

this years cria, Photoshop


Seleena 2yr fleece



Marcoyo daughter
Peruvian Selena

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Dark Fawn

ARI# 30388628, D.O.B. 10/23/2005, Full Peruvian



Sire: Marcoyo ARI# Light Brown  
Dam: Sonora ARI# 806381 biege  


Selena just delivered a black and white appaloosa, with amazing fleece! WOW ...daughter not included

Her first cria, Mimosa ,has following histogram
17.41 3.69 21.19 100.0 @ 2 years old.!!!!

Bred to Accoyo Cabos last year, we were shocked at the white male, make no mistake about it, he is excepetional but he is white? His name is AROSA Nikon

Selena is an amazing fawn girl with lineage that is just as golden as her lustrous fiber color. Her sire, Marcoyo, is producing phenominal offspring including Selina's sis, Crystal, who can also be veiwed on our site. Her dam, Sonora, has produced champions herself and is a very sought after girl.

Selena is a VERY rare bloodline in the United States, But you will be hearing more and more about this bloodline in the years to come. As far as I know, Selena is one of only 2 Peruvian Marcoyo female offspring in the States. She is currently not available for sale , but you may want to look at a few other siblings on AlpacaNation. Aquila, Nanimo, Naycoyo,Robusto..........all with exceptional fleeces!

Selena is incredibly dense, with incredible sheen and great fiber high frequency crimp character. Selena turned 6 months and was eligable for a few shows late in the season. Had she been more experienced with walking on a lead, I think she would have won her classes. We also own Selena's Sister, Crystal, and it was because of Crystal's drop dead gorgeous fiber that we went out and bought Selena.

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5th Place // 2006 AOBA Nationals dk. fawn halter (6 months of age!)
4th Place Light Brown halter //2006 Buckeye (her first show, unfortunately
Selena didnt stand still long enough for judge to get a good long look at her fiber, but what he saw he "loved")
5th Place // 2006 OABA halter (judge said she had "obviously the finest fleece in the class and without giving up any density" just not as mature as the older girls in her class)