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Eringa Park Golden Age

Service Fee (Drive By):  £800.00 (excl VAT)   
Sire: Windsong Valley Fire Dragon
Dam: Eringa Park Sihouette
Type: Huacaya (Proven Stud)
Colour: Solid Medium Fawn
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Date of Birth: 1st September 2012
Current Age: 11 Years and 7 Months

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          Jolimont Conquistidor
      Jolimont Warrior    
          Jolimont Marilu
  Windsong Valley Fire Dragon
(Solid Light Fawn - Huacaya)
       
          Purumbete Highlander
      Windsong Valley Star Bright    
          Jolimot Mariella
Eringa Park Golden Age
(Solid Medium Fawn - Huacaya)
           
          Peruvian Male
      NWA Ruffo    
             
  Eringa Park Sihouette
(Solid White - Huacaya)
       
             
      Eringa Park Aravia    
             

Eringa Park Golden Age has as his sire the mighty Windsong Valley Firedragon.

Firedragon brings with him the genetics of Jolimont Warrior (by Jolimont Conquistador) and Purrumbete Highlander. He has sired progeny right across the colour spectrum through grey and black to white.

Firedragon’s son, EP Cambridge Invictus, was Australia’s National Supreme Champion in 2012. then when we add in NWA Ltd Ruffo as Golden Age’s dam’s sire things get really interesting in terms of enduring fineness.

So there we have it – from the photographs we can see great staple length and density, we have fineness that will last, a low SD from the histogram, the ability to throw colour with these traits and totally unrelated to any of our bloodlines apart from Jolimont Conquistador as his great grand sire – what could be better!
Eringa Park Golden Age has as his sire the mighty Windsong Valley Firedragon.

Firedragon brings with him the genetics of Jolimont Warrior (by Jolimont Conquistador) and Purrumbete Highlander. He has sired progeny right across the colour spectrum through grey and black to white.

One of the great traits of Firedragon is his enduring fineness add to this NWA Ltd Ruffo as Golden Age’s dam’s sire and things get really interesting in terms of enduring fineness.

Golden Age adds an exciting addition to the Redens genetics bringing fineness and increased density to some of our black females. We are delighted with Golden Age's first true black cria Redens Chieftain shown here at three weeks old in August 2018 his mother is Redens Wialki.

From the photographs we can see Golden Age's great staple length and density, we have fineness that will last, a low SD from the histogram, the ability to throw colour with these traits.

1st fleece: 16.3µ; 3.9SD; 33.4%<15µ ; 100%CF


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