CLAA: CAN49835 | AOA: N/A
Dark Fawn Male | June 9, 2021
Fibre & Build
AFD: 20.1 | SD: 5.0 | CV: 24.8 | %>30: 1.9 | Curve: 44.5 deg/mm
Shoulder Height & Weight
Height: 35"* | Avg. Weight: 130*lbs
* Still growing
Show Record Summary
1x 2nd |1x 4th
Breeding Status: Unproven
On Farm: N/A | Off Farm: N/A
AFD: 20.1 | SD: 5.0 | CV: 24.8 | %>30: 1.9 | Curve: 44.5 deg/mm (SGS)
• 2ND PLACE, JUNIOR FAWN MALE, A.L.P.A.C.A. SPRING HALTER SHOW, 2022 • 4TH PLACE, YEARLING FAWN MALE, MAJESTIC ALPACA SHOW, 2022
Nemios is an eye catching male. Heavily muscled, and displaying a correct, square frame with good substance of bone, well sprung ribs, and balanced movement, he is a delight to look at and nearly identical to his sire, Heracles. He carries an abundance of ultra-soft, fine, uniform fleece across his body, with exceptional coverage. He has an ultra sweet, conscientious nature and is pleasant to work with and be around.
Sired by Northern Mystery's Heracles, whose line includes names such as Peruvian Captain Nemo, and Acero Marka's Rockamundo, Nemios has a deep genetic pool to draw from for traits in lingering fineness, abundant coverage, and reduced medullation. Hemingway-Accoyo Nautilus, Accoyo America Diomedes, and Tell Misty High Ledge can be found in his maternal lines, contributing to his solid conformation, uniformity and length. Both of his parents are known for their robust health, displaying exceptional parasite resistance with no difficulty in the conditioning department. Both his dam and paternal grand-dam are heavy milkers with excellent mothering abilities.
Colour runs deep in both sides of Nemios' pedigree, with him presenting as a solid, minimally fading dark fawn with some small, brown spots and no white, he should be capable of producing not only colour but patterns as well, with him carrying the genes for unusual dark spotting through the Caligula and Captain Nemo lines, in addition to the possibility of producing speckled pinto (pintaloosa patterning) through his grand-dam, if paired just right. Although his own spots are dark brown, they are placed in the same areas as his sire's own black spots. With no white spots of his own, the possibilities of what he could produce are exciting.