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6X Champion: PIVAL Son's Revelation

Amazing Density - sheared 12 lbs at 8 yr

PIVAL Son's Revelation

ARI# 31803434   D.O.B. 10/18/2010  (8 yrs)

Suri, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn

Full Peruvian
Sire: PIVAL BLAZEN SON | ARI# 829461  | White |
Dam: YOUNG ACCOYO MARTHA | ARI# 848375  | White, Medium Fawn |

Stud Fee:

$1,250 Amazing density!
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Full Peruvian, 3/4 Accoyo,and one of the best suri's in the country! 6X champion PIVAL Son's Revelation (Revy) is co-owned with Arcona Alpacas. Revy is the 2012 AOBA National Champion, who's Sire is the one and only PIVALS' BLAZEN SON, one of the most decorated Suris in the country with 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS and his Dam, ACCOYO MARTHA, who was totally undefeated in the show ring. Both parents are National and Futurity Champions. Revelation has all the bases covered. He has impeccable genetics, a perfect health record from both sides, solid fawn color, great coverage, perfect conformation and his 2018 annual fleece weighed 12.0 lbs. This boy has density and fineness!

His grand dam, Accoyo Clara, came over in the last import with a 14.5 micron fiber and has produced nothing but beautiful, show-winning offpspring. She carried her fine lustrous fleece up to her passing in 2015 (MFD: 22.4 SD: 4.5 COV: 20.3% FG30: 5.2%).

Revelation is available for outside breedings on a limited basis. He is proudly co-owned with Arcona Alpacas in Mechanicsburg, PA and breedings can be accomplished at either farm. Contact Patti at 443-740-4240 for more information and to schedule a breeding. Breedings come with 45 days free board and a complimentary confirmation ultrasound by Wild Rose Suri Ranch.

Cash is preferred, however, we will finance with 30% down and monthly payments over 1 year at 0% interest. Financed sales require the purchase of mortality insurance for the balance owed with Wild Rose Suri Ranch named as the Loss Payee. We will work with buyers to develop an individualized financing plan to meet your needs!

Updated 12/5/2018