Prince Regent's Treasure of Airlie

Dark Fawn, Male

DOB: 6/19/2006
Sire: Enchantment's Prince Regent
    S: PPPeruvian Yupanqui 6018
    D: Enchanment's Peruvian Jennifer
        S:Peruvian Fabio
Dam: Ameripaca's Theresa
    S: Acero Marka's Bobby
    D: Uber's Trixi
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Airlie provides some very good genetics for our breeding program.  His sire, Prince Regent, is a well respected male in our southwestern region, and offers many good traits.  Airlie's grandsire, Yupanqui, was a major player on both coasts before moving into the central part of the country where he helped improve our region's genetic pool.  He is now deceased, leaving Prince Regent to take his place.  We are fortunate to have Prince Regent's Treasure of Airlie in our program to pass along those exceptional genes.

Airlie's breeding career started in the Fall breeding season of 2009, and he threw four offspring, TLA's Double Trouble, TLA's Turbo, and TLA's Mia Coda (left to right in the photo below).  They resemble each other so much they are hard to tell apart.  We call them, "The Three Musketeers."  In 2012 we added another cria, TLA Lone Ranger, and in 2015 TLA Selene was born.  Each cria shows different aspects of Airlie's genetic package, and we are proud of each one.  Look for TLA Selene at the upcoming shows.

For two years before his breeding career started, the show ring belonged to Airlie, and he enjoyed many successes.  A Color Championship in the ring during his first year, and after more ribbons in all the shows where he appeared, his fleece was awarded Second Place at the 2008 National Conference.  Later, in the 2011 MOPACA show, Airlie was awarded the Second place ribbon, showing against animals more than two years his junior.  The judge, Tim Lavan said, "This is what we want to see in our mature males."  At seven years of age (2013) Airlie's fleece remaind under 20 microns AFD, and did not change more than 0.6 of a micron since his first adult shearing.  For fineness and consistency of crimp in his fleece, a typey head and upright "macho" body style, Airlie is a good choice to improve those characteristics in the production of many females.  His Dark Fawn fleece is extremely soft to the hand, even to this day, and he is very easy on the eye.  Airlie has a pleasant disposition, too.  Call us to schedule a breeding for your females.

Breeding Fee: $1,200

Sale Price: $13,000

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