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Faith and Fleece Alpacas

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Don & Tracy Pellegrino
7660 Bradley RdSomis, CA 93066
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Reserve Champion - Due soon !

AWH Storm Front's LaceyBred

Suri, Female, Unproven | Dark Brown

AOA# 32797619   D.O.B. 9/18/2013 (5 yrs) (Due Date: 9/3/2019)

AWH Storm Front 
| AOA# 31065207  | Light Fawn  |

La Petite Sirah 
| AOA# 31785396  | Dark Brown  |
Service Sire:
GLR Armani 

Stunning Rose Grey Suri

GLR Armani

Suri, Male, Proven, Light Fawn, Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey, Full Peruvian
ARI# 32138368 | DOB: 11/6/2010
GLR Armani came from the Great Lakes Ranch breeding program. So it was no shock that he took 3 reserve championships of which were Futurity and the National Alpaca Show. While, Armani originally was registered as fawn color, soon afterward his unique coloring appeared that still makes hearts pitter patter. He has a regal presence, high luster, nice bone, an amazing freckled face with a gentle confidence. There aren't too many full Peruvian grays in the world, and Armani is ROSE gray--a shade of...
| AOA# 32138368  | Light Fawn, Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey 

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Bidding Info


AWH Lacey has always been darling with a soft black muzzle and super SHINY dark brown fleece. Her luster comes from her wonderful sire AWH Storm Front (now owned by Randy and Janis Bass) and the dark, rich color from her beautiful MacGyver/Mahogany Prince mommy, La Petite Sirah.

We just love the color and the feel of this girls fleece. Our daughter had pointed out Lacey out of all the ones she remembered on the ranch. So we were quite happy when given the opportunity to snatch her up. As she developed she began looking more show-worthy. When Lacey showed the first time, I was taken a bit by surprise when she took a 1st and then a Reserve Championship! I think surprise was from the fact that not only was she in the ring with winners from previous shows, but the fact that the judge didn't seem to give her a 2nd look over. We surmise that is because she was an obvious winner to the judge, who's comments were great conformation and fluidity of movement along with luster & fineness. She then took 2nd at the Great Western Alpaca show with comments from the judge of great fineness, luster and density just lacking a little in substance of bone. Next season she showed at the California Classic in which she finished off her show career with another first place and nice remarks from the judge! Fleece at 22.1 microns in this rich of a dark brown, with astounding luster! Besides being an award-winning female, she is a sweetheart. She truly loves being a mother and doting on her baby. Since she delivered a girl that has grey potential, we decided to offer Lacey for sale.

She is due soon with a baby by our spectacular producer, GLR Armani. Since we processed her fleece to yarn which turned out so beautiful in a somewhat rose grey hue - we are curious what they may produce for color. While, we are not sure if they will produce one of Armani's signature fancy freckled rose grey's, no matter the color we expect it will be beautiful and sweet like the parents. You could own her and a newborn without waiting a year!

Let us know if you are interested in seeing the lovely Lacey. We may offer a discount if you plan to continue to board her at Alpacas of Windy Hill.


Alpacafest West
1st place, Alpcafest West 2015
Great Western Alpaca show halter previously shorn
California Classic 2016 halter previously shorn

Financing Terms

25% Down with 48 months to pay, 4% interest


Tiramisu is a real treat
ARI# 32377651   D.O.B. 8/4/2018  (1 yr)
Suri, Female| Medium Brown, Unproven
Sire: SoCal Greystone's Marquis
Dam: AWH Storm Front's Lacey
This little cutie opted for an incognito appearance into this world. She was born nearly right in front of a crowd without us noticing her mom was in ...

Faith and Fleece Alpacas - Somis, CA

Updated 8/1/2019