Bon-Bon came to us from Sue Phillips. We went to Sue to find a female with strong conformation, good size, and of course fiber. When we arrived Sue had a small handful of females about for us to look at. We immediately noticed Bon-Bon. ‘She’s a beast” is the first thing I said about her. Her size, capacity, and bone caught my eye and then we realized her lineage. She came from some of sues best animals. Both parents being multi champion animals. Long story short, we brought Bon Bon Home that day. We weren’t leaving without her. Her crias have been nothing short of outstanding since we’ve had her. She consistently throws heavy bone, silky fiber, and solid conformation. She has become one of our best foundations dams.
LoMayMo’s First Addition
DOB: 7/17/2015 ~ ILR: 288584
Autumn Hills Rainier x Sterling Chelsea
”Addy” is just as her name implies. Our first edition. She was the very first cria ever born on our farm. The first to be born from our breeding program. She didn’t disappoint. She came out strong, big, full of herself, and ready to take the showering by storm. Addy is a Corbin copy of her sire Rainer when he was her age. Solid, white, silky soft heavy wool fleece with just a few spots on her back. We had high hopes for addy when she came into the world. Unfortunately we lost her dam when she was just 3 month olds and she refused a bottle. We incredibly nervous we were going to loose her. Thankfully another female had stepped up and she began to nurse off her. With the surrogate nursing addy and her own cria, addy didn’t get as much nutrients required to grow properly. That set her back in the barn, and in the showering. She was very small for a long time until she turned two and she tripled her size in just a few short months. She is now one of the largest females we own and she still has a couple years to grow! We look forward to what she will produce with our males.
Desert Rose RO606
DOB: 9/02/2009 ~ ILR: 279178
Tillmans Grease Ball x Woodsedge Kahlua ‘N Cream
Looking to add suri genetics to our foundation herd I went searching on the ILR database. I went through a few names and came to Tillman’s Grease Ball. One of the most exotic suri males in the country. I went through his offsprings and Did some more research on his proven daughters. I had found Rose and she was perfect. I took a shot in the dark and contacted her owner about selling her. To my surprise she was willing to let her go. Rose has the most wild coloring I have ever seen on a llama. She is covered in greasy suri locks which cover a robust frame. She was only shown once and it was under my name. The judge said that she was an outstanding female who has a lot of capacity which makes her perfect for carrying large crias. That’s exactly what I wanted to hear. She took second however due to her being very nervous and not tracking at her best. Rose is exposed and refusing to TCRNY Chrome for a summer cria. We are very excited for this cross.
SVA Gabriella Brittania
DOB: 9/12/2008 ~ ILR: 277445
BAL Silversmith x Dakota Ridge Sophisti-Kat
”Elle” wasn’t a planned purchase. She originally came here for one of our 4Hers. However the 4her decided that she liked her original youth animal and wanted her instead. We sold her her 4h llama and bought Elle from her. Elle brings old genetics to us. She is a grand daughter of the famous BAL Silver Peru and a great grand daughter of Whist. She has strong conformation on a good set of legs. Overall a sound female. She has produced a female cria this year out of Autumn hill Rainier that I think will be even better then Elle!
Chilean Trinity Girl
DOB: 10/25/2006 ~ ILR: 270877
Chilean GTO x Chilean Tribute
Trinity is what we were hoping for when we participated in the pleasure valley llama retirement sale. She is an outcross suri unrelated to any other llama in the U.S.. The possibilities are endless with this female. She has perfect conformation and a proven producer. She is breed to PVL Slam Dunk for a spring cria.
MGF Secret Love
DOB: 8/21/2004 ~ ILR: 261438
Argentine Don Zunca x MGF Captiva
This girl is HUGE! She looked big in her pictures but in person...incredible. Secret is 1/2 argentine being the daughter of Argentine import Don Zunca. Which means she has enough argentine in her to produce heavy bone and the dense body argentines are known for when mixed with the right male. Secret has great substance and solid conformation. We are excited to see what she will produce for us in the future.
MHF Mesa Verde
DOB~ 5/14/05 - ILR~260938
PPF Anasazi x Cassiopia
Being a long time fan of the Maple Hill Farms breeding program I couldn’t pass up this girl when Penni offered her for sale. I have shown many MHF animals in the past and seen first hand what they can produce. I have also shown and excelled with Anasazi offspting so naturally when the Chance came to own a sibling I jumped.Mesa Verde is a very large girl with a beautiful head and ears. Mesa has been exposed to multi- champion and champion producer Celinni’s Amahl owned by McClain Farms. We are very excited to add this exceptional female to our herd.
DOB~ 8/4/08 - ILR~ 275172
M.R.S Easy Does It x PPLP Huckaboo
Tall...beautiful...strong. The first three words that come to mind when I’m asked about this girl. She came McClain Farms in OH after Penni sent me a message about having a few girls available. She comes from one of the best dam lines in my opinion as well as an incredible and well known sire line. We can’t wait to pair her with Autumn Hills Rainier!
MGF Calypso Cay
MGF Up to Snuff x MGF Calypso
DOB: 9/01/06 ~ ILR: 270944
This beauty comes to us from Lisa Alayna of the Colorfield Llamas. We had purchased Secret an “Chaps” from her in the fall of ‘17 and when she asked if we were interested in another female. We decided to look into it. First thing she told us was she was a grand daughter of ARG. Don Zunca who we are a huge fan of. The stretch, strength, and conformation of these girls are incredible. Not to mention she comes from the prestigious McRoberts Game farm breeding. She comes to us bred to FPL MGD. We are very excited to add this girl to our foundation and think she will mix well with our males.
Caru Synergy Blend
Caru’s Arbitrator x GNLC Cadence
DOB: 10/06/16 ~ ILR: 290269
We scooped this girl up at the 2018 March Llama Madness show. We had no intentions of bringing another llama home with us but when Dayle had mentioned to us that she wa for sale, naturally we had to take a look. At first she was standing in the stall. However she was square, upright, tail held high. Even in a stall relaxing she was ready to show off. Then she was brought out of the stall and my jaw literally dropped when I realized how correct and straight she was. Each foot landing where it supposed to one after another. Fluid movement from top to bottom. I mean this girl is awesome! She has huge footsteps to follow in as she grows. Coming from one of the top GNLC breeding lines as well as carrying the Peruvian Vice line we don’t expect nothing less then fantastic from this girl!
Argentine Fresco x Sugar Plum RTC
ILR 287214 ~ DOB 6/01/2013
This girl I huge and solid. She is a tank. Her legs are as big as tree trunks! We acquired her through the cascade llama sale on a whim looking for another appy female. She fit the bill perfectly. Not to mention she is a direct daughter of Argentine Fresco who is an incredible typey male. We look forward to mixing her with our tall athletic males. She’s going to be a lot of fun.
El Sombro x FPL Chantrelle
DOB: 8/31/16- ILR: 290383
We didn't really have any plans for purchasing another female when we were watching the the Oktoberfest Auction. However for some reason white llamas catch our attention. Come to find out she isn't actually white. She is a dilute appy…even better! Her Pedigree speaks for itself. She is a grand daughter of the infamous Eskadra and, a grand daughter of Mystiquee. She brings a whole new and unrelated lineage to our farm and we are excited to see what she will produce crossed with our boys.
She is currently being bred to Platinum Marquess at Catawissa Llamas.
Arg. Gringos Leticia
Argentine Gringo x Tabitha ABSR
ILR 288098 ~ DOB 9/05/2014
I noticed this girl a few years back and she caught my eye with her stretch of neck, bone density, and fiber coverage. Which of course stems from the argentine back ground. Of course I couldn’t afford her back then. Later on I realized she was consigned to cascade sale. I wasn’t letting her pass this time to I bid until I won. She is currently open and we think bred to any male she would produce outstanding.