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Waratah Flats Hat Trick

This emerging star amongst our fawn huacaya males is in fact a grandson of the famous Forestglen Seth and is shaping to follow him as a high impact breeding stud male for future generations in our fawn breeding programme.

Born 12/3/2012
Sex Male
SireWaratah Flats Caesar LF
DamWaratah Flats Fahrenheit LF
Colour Medium Fawn
FleeceOctober 2012 – 1st fleece
15.2u, 1.7 SD, 11.5 CV and CF of 100%

October 2013 – 2nd fleece
16.1u, 2.9 SD, 17.5 CV and CF of 100%

October 2014 – 3rd fleece
17.9u, 3.0 SD, 16.7 CV and CF of 100%

October 2015 - 4th fleece
22.8u, 3.4 SD, 15.0 CV and CF of 97%
Price Stud fees – NZ$1,000 + GST as a drive by mating, or mobile mating within 30 minutes drive of Waratah Flats.

WF Hat Trick is the result of many years of selective breeding aimed at advancing the super fine fawn genetics within the Waratah Flats herd. He has inherited his superb fine fleece genetics through: his father WF Caesar – FG Rameses (Aus) and WF Juanita (Peru), his mother WF Fahrenheit – FG Seth (Aus) and WF Channel (NZ). While his pedigree boast many famous alpaca pedigree names: including Rasputin, Maestro, El Dorado, Highlander, Inti and many more.

This young male is carrying a spectacular fleece displaying those highly aligned bundling staples that crack open into well defined formations created by its density and volume. It is an exceptionally bright fleece with loads of lustre. You need to put your hands in this fleece to fully appreciate its quality.

He is displaying a very high frequency crimp which is reflected in his curvature results.

  • 1st fleece – curve of 68.0
  • 2nd fleece – curve of 69.0
  • 3rd fleece – curve of 71.5

He has a super soft handle to his fleece which is characterised by the very low micron and impressively low SD (standard deviation) that he has already carrying into his forth fleece. This beautiful handle, his lovely character and style, all coupled with his good uniformity has impressed the judges in his many show appearances.

His show results speak for themselves.

Alpaca Expo 2012 (NZ National Show) 1st med/dark fawn class (11)
Reserve Champion Junior Male
South Island Colourbration 20121st med/dark fawn class (10)
Reserve Champion Fawn Male
Canterbury A&P Show 20121st med/dark fawn class (8)
MacKenzie Highland Show 20131st med/dark fawn class (3)
Champion Intermediate Huacaya
Alpaca Expo 2014 (NZ National Show)1st med/dark fawn class
Champion Adult Male (24 to 36 months)