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WAP Flirtacious by Carbon Fiber

Alpaca , Suri , Open (Female) |Unproven |True Black

AOA# 32081602 | DOB: 8/3/2010

Sire: ATC Carbon Fiber by Torbio

True Black Torbio son!!

ATC Carbon Fiber by Torbio

Suri Herdsire (Male) True Black

AOA# 30943339 DOB: 9/12/200616 yrs
Check out our premier true black herdsire - Carbon Fiber by Torbio! One of only 3 true black offspring of this suri icon, we are fortunate to have him in our breeding program. "Carbo" has the fiber characteristics and conformation that we are looking for in our herdsires. An early breeder (settled his first female at 23 months of age), he has been a very aggressive breeder, settling most girls with one breeding His color production is 2nd to none! He's produced 37 cria with 21 (57%) of th ...
  | AOA# 30943339 | True Black
Dam: RJR Sugar Plum
  | 32081602 | Medium Fawn |
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This little sweetheart definitely "earned" her name! Once her personality developed, Flirtacious was a shoe-in for this girl. You'll absolutely fall in love with her whether it's her friendly demeanor or her gorgeous, true black fleece!

Her sire, Carbon Fiber, has produced over 50% true black offspring. All possess exceptional luster and suri phenotype and Flirt is no exception. With a birthweight of over 22 lbs., Flirt has been a robust girl and, having lost her mom when she was just 3 months, she has continued to thrive, weighing 64 lbs. at just 5 months of age. She is a survivor and will steal your heart if you give her half a chance!

Her dam, Sugar Plum, was a very attentive mom, excellent nurturing qualities and supplied ample nutrition and a watchful eye for all her crias. The four cria she produced for us averaged birthweights of 21 lbs.! This is one female that will be sorely missed in our breeding program.

Flirt can be purchased with terms and her purchase will include her maiden breeding to any Wings & A Prayer herdsire.

Updated 6/2/2021