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Apocalypse's Hemiaccoyo™ Coppertop

Reference Sire -- Timberland Alpacas

Alpaca , Huacaya , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |Medium Fawn

AOA# 30849181 | DOB: 6/15/2008 (15 yrs)

Sire: Victor's Hemiaccoyo™ Apocalypse (Deceased)

Reference Sire -- Timberland Alpacas

Victor's Hemiaccoyo™ Apocalypse (Deceased)

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Beige

AOA# 839518 Deceased
Dr. Jeri Booher writes: Victor’s Hemiaccoyo Apocalypse is a true treasure, which was evident from the day that he hit the ground in 2002. He comes from a line of first place winners at the AOBA National Show. Both of his older siblings have taken home the blue ribbon from AOBA as did Apocalypse at the 2003 National Show. In 2004, his younger brother began his show career by taking first place at the 2004 AWE Regional Show with Julio Sumar giving him a score of 50 out of 50 points for his ...
  | AOA# 839518 | Beige
Dam: Miracle's Hemiaccoyo Ruby
  | 30849181 | Light Brown
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Dr Jeri Booher writes:
Some production females are worth more than their weight in gold, and Ruby, Coppertop’s dam, is one of them. She has been such a consistent producer of excellence, with all of her offspring being winners, that we never care whether her crias are male or female. The breeding combination of Ruby and Apocalypse has been the favorite “go to” for us. Only hours after Coppertop was born and once he had the chance to dry out, we predicted that he would one day win the coveted “Judges’ Choice’ halter award. We held him off to only do one show as a juvenile, and at ten months, he went to the CABA Classic, and won the “Triple Crown” of awards- first place in the dark fawn juvenile, then Fawn Male Championship, then finally, Judges’ Choice.. TIMBERLAND had a banner year in that lineup, with TIMBERLAND male champions standing in Light, Fawn and Grey. As a yearling, Coppertop continued to excel, winning several more first places and championships in both halter and fleece. In 2011, his fleece took the Fawn Championship at CABA and had the highest fleece score of ALL fleece entries at the show. Now retired from the show ring, Coppertop is breeding and his first few crias were born in late summer/fall 2011. Two younger brothers, yearling light brown Copperhead and juvenile light brown Copperfield, will be shown in 2012. In his debut last year, Copperhead took first place in the juvenile brown male class, then took the Reserve Brown Male Champion, coming under a three year old male who eventually won Judges’ choice. Juvenile Copperfield appears to hold just as much, if not more, promise than his older two siblings.

Updated 10/21/2022