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Son Archangelo


cria - gray face


Whistler's Cactus Cowboy

ARI# 31455541   D.O.B. 9/29/2008  (12 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Light Fawn

3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Bolivian
Sire: MFI Peruvian Cactus Jack | ARI# 30338166  | Medium Brown |
Dam: Wine Country's Semillon  | ARI# 30452367  | Beige |



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Son of MFI Peruvian Cactus Jack. This boy is a powerhouse of genetics and we saw him at about 6 months of age and were impressed with his fleece and phenotype. We are so pleased to be able to purchase him and bring the genetics of industry leaders such as Guellermo, Jeronimo, Cactus Jack, Silvio, K2 and Rockamundo to our farm. Lots of color in his lineage as well.

Cowboy is put together quite nicely on a compact square body. He has grown into a very nice sized herdsire with perfect conformation. He is quite solid and very strong. His fleece is absolutely divine with incredible handle to it. It is very soft with excellent crimp style. He has excellent density. Cowboy has shown himself well in some large shows and placed in the top of the class. Just like his famous sire, Cowboy should be able to produce a range of color including grey. Cowboy's first cria was born to Prairie Rose Alpacas and he is stunning. Archangelo is one of the cutest cria ever with a gorgeous head and lovely crimpy fleece. He is black but certainly shows some signs of turning grey.

If you need to add fineness to your girls Cowboy is your guy!

Check out Cowboy's histogram. He is still 18.8 microns at 6 years old after starting his breeding career!!

His most recent cria is a son out of our brown dam Cover Girl. He is a very interesting color. His head has a very gray shade to it. He may shear off gray??? We have not bred Cowboy to a gray dam but given the coloring of his cria to date we think he could definitely allow gray to pass through.

We have drastically reduced Cowboy's price as we just aren't using him much anymore. We have these genetics strongly infused in our herd and therefore not using Cowboy. He is a nice male and could work very nicely for another farm. He is very well suited for a new or start up farm.

Please give him consideration.


1st Full Fleece - 2009 MAPACA Judge Safley
2nd - Full Fleece - 2009 Buckeye Alpaca Show Judge Kennedy
2nd - Composite - 2009 Nationals Judge Kennedy
3rd - Full Fleece - 2009 Indiana Invitational Judge Loner
4th - Full Fleece - 2010 Minnesota
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Updated 2/12/2020