AOBA Champ!

2009 & 2010 1st place

Fineness & Density

Son-Bronzed Idol @ MAPACA

Son: Bronzed Idol @ MOPACA

2010 AOBA Champ!
Bronze Mahogany

Suri, Male, Unproven | Dark Fawn

ARI# 31430234, D.O.B. 7/14/2008, 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Bolivian

Stud Fee:


'10 AOBA Champ!

Sire: EL PACACOLA ARI# 844727 Medium Brown  
Dam: ATV Elektra ARI# 20022747 Dark Fawn  


Bronze Mahogany is proudly co-owned with Mt Tabor Alpacas and Salt River Alpacas. He will be in Tennessee for the Spring of 2016. Bronze won Reserve Champion at the 2009 AOBA Nationals-- Bronze respectfully won this honor in a very competitive championship class of 40 qualifying combined fawn males-including light fawn-an impressive feat worth mentioning. Then, in 2010 he took Brown Color Champion!

His extremely long staple length and independence of lock would give the best of whites a run for their money. Opening up Bronze's fleece is a suri breeders dream-you'll find stunning greasy luster, density, and fineness that will no doubt blow your mind. Genetics like his are no accident. When you start with the the top half of his ARI you'll see his sire El Pacacola (who is producing some dynamite crias), then to Peruvian Protocol and directly to 4Peruvian Meteor-all brown influential males. On the bottom side notice Besa, she's a PPeruvian Amador (Austrailian full Accoyo herdsire) daughter! That's right-Bronze Mahogany is closely related to Pucara Kahuna: The Futurity 2009 Suri Light/White Herdsire of the Year and 2008 Reserve Light/White Herdsire of the Year! Full Brother to Copper Mahogany.

Bronze Mahogany is sure to make an impact in a variety of breeding programs. We look forward to breeding him to our Hotazel (MacGyver) and Jet Stream girls for a great outcross.

Contact us today for information on some great introductory rates and multiple purchase discounts.

75 follicles/mm sq
S/P Ratio-11 to 1
Level 3 of 4 Glands
50% secondary medullation
100 Secondary Fibers Averaged 18.1 microns
50 Secondary Fibers Averaged 27.9 microns

A thought about density- Over the past several years, we have learned that perception of density is deceiving. We have found that the alpacas we (and the judges) believe are dense are actually not. Instead, most of them have a higher micron spread between the secondary and primary fibers. This variation seems to give a false perception of density. According to the biopsies we have seen, the more dense alpacas on our farm are turning out to be those who have a very smooth and slippery feel but don't necessarily "feel" dense. We have had a large number of alpacas on our farm biopsied after they reached maturity and have found that the very dense alpacas are never those that we (or the judges) thought were dense. Something to keep in mind when you're researching herdsires and reading descriptions.

We give a 15% discount for a single breeding if the female is a show Champion.
Bronze is proudly co-owned with Mount Tabor Alpacas and Salt River Alpacas


Brown Color Champion - 2010 - AOBA Nationals
1st Place - 2010 - AOBA
1st Place - 2010 - The Futurity
Reserve Color Champion - 2009 - AOBA Nationals
Reserve Fawn Color Champion - 2009 - AWE
1st Place - 2009 - AOBA
1st Place - 2009 - The Futurity
1st Place - 2009 - AWE
1st Place - 2009 - Alpacapalooza