RUFFO and CONQUISTADOR:
Both of these legendary males have now passed on leaving their undeniable legacy throughout EP Cambridge’s herd and many herds throughout the world. EPC no longer sell Ruffo daughters so for those of you who have this gentleman’s bloodlines keep them close, they are bound to prove to be your best breeding lines.
Conquistador a Supreme Champion in his own right sired many champions, most notably Warrior who was awarded Supreme Champion year after year at the largest shows in Australia. EPC only have a limited number of his offspring still available.
Two superb males that were not only a pleasure to own and work with but exhibiting awesome attributes in fleece and conformation not to mention their ability to produce show winning progeny year after year!
EP Cambridge’s only in house male who has never been available for outside services. If you want this breeding you need to purchase his offspring or females pregnant to him.
Caesar still to this day had the most advanced fleece style we have seen, selected in Peru in 2000 he continues to produce our elite lines.
The legend continues…………..
Spartacus continually produces Supreme Quality offspring both in Australia where he is based and with his offspring who have been imported here to the UK. Cambridge Navigator continues to dominate the UK show circuit having been undefeated SUPREME CHAMPION in 2009 and now holding the title in 2010 having just won the Spring Fiesta.
This bloodline is a must have and is highly sort after.
In Australia he has sired National Champion after National Champion namely EP Cambridge Prerogative, he now stands at EP Cambridge. His potent genetics hae been a massive part of the EP Cambridge’s herd going forward not only in Australia but also throughout Europe where we have exported a number of his breeding offspring. Most notably in the UK his son EP Cambridge Navigator was undefeated Supreme Champion in 2009, 2010 and has continued the legacy by producing European Show Supreme Champions himself in 2011 and 2012.
Jaquan was a stunning grey macho who proved himself valuable from his first cria without fail.
His fleece had a beautiful handle and remarkably even grey colouring. He showed a high frequency crimp style and grew excellent length of staple.
His progeny and progeny’s progeny continue to show their worth in the showring. He consistently threw black and grey and the quality within his progeny’s fleeces were simply sensational.
He advanced our grey herd and we have a great deal of thanks and respect for Jaquan helping us achieve improvement year in and year out.
IAR: 99443 Solid White DOB: 1.1.1997
The Grandfather of EP Cambridge’s herd Stravinsky at the age of 16 still produces cria of exceptional quality with all the traits we selected him for in Peru in 2001.
After viewing hundreds and thousands of alpacas in the Altiplano Stravinsky took our eye immediately, with a show presence and substance of bone on a well proportioned compact frame.
When we opened or should I say pried open his fleece we were greeted with outstanding brightness and the sense of density we have only experienced on one other male alpacas – Conquistador!
The greasy feel to his fleece only enhanced his appeal and we knew we had to have him as he would add a certain kind of luxury and denseness to our future breeding programme.
Stravinsky is continually used over our Caesar daughters, Caesar was another of those alpacas we were not leaving Peru without a year earlier in 2000.
One of Stravinsky’s sons now stands at stud in the UK on our Wiltshire based farm ensuring Stravinsky’s stamp is world wide!