SNDRs Condor an 8.8 month old white male huacaya swept the competition for white males in Arizona.

43 white males competed in the class, 15 juveniles, 18 yearlings, and 10 two-year-old & older.  The sires of the represented males were diversified and well known, for example, Poseidon, El Nino, Presidio, and Nautilius.  In the end, a Camillio’s Accoyo Endurance son, SNDRs Condor, won out.  This juvenile is covered with crimpy, bundled fine fiber from head to toe.  His fiber character is identical from the top knot to the tail.  He is a gentle perfectly proportioned boy with strong character.

Condor won his Juvenile class without much problem.  The judge’s comments were very positive praising Condor for consistently great fiber from head to toe.  The championship judging was exciting with a side by side comparison of Condor and the 2 year-old and older class winner, but in the end a juvenile won out with the color championship.

Thank you to the Alpaca Breeders of Arizona for having the “2009 Southwest Regional Alpaca Show” and the opportunity to participate.