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Cornwall Camelids Association Show May 2017

Judge: Val Fullerlove

  • Amy 1st Junior Black Female
  • Licorice 2nd Junior Black Female
  • Rowan 2nd Intermediate Black Female
  • Micramoon 1st Adult Black Male and Reserve Black Colour Champion
  • Jenson 1st Intermediate White Male and Reserve White Colour Champion

Despite a nasty rainy day, a good time was had by all in a very friendly atmosphere. The Judges' oral reasoning was very helpful an as far as we know , nobody went down with raging flu just after!!! A great start to the showing season.

Under a canvas canopy in obviously rainy conditions, a judge examines a white alpaca. A female handler in a white coat holds it firmly around the neck, and watches the judge anxiously.A woman dressed in orange waterproofs stands next to a pen of black alpacas. On the pen's railings hand three blue rosettes and two red ones.

Devon County Show May 2017

Judge: Nick Harrington-Smith

  • Amy 5th Junior Black Female , 5th Agility
  • Licorice 4th Junior Black Female
  • Rowan 4th Intermediate Black Female , 6th Agility
  • Micramoon 1st Adult Black Male
  • Jenson 1st Intermediate White Male and White Colour Champion

A brilliant three day show, we camped and had a terrific weekend. In such good company we were delighted to get the WhiteColour Champion with Jenson. We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of his first cria which will be expected next year in June hopefully.

Inside a large maraquee, a smiling woman in a white coat holds the headcollar of a white alpaca. Behind her is a pen of black alpacas.Inside a large marquee. A complex of pens constructed of metal hurdles houses a group of black alpacas and white alpacas, and in the foreground are tables containing alpaca products such as throws and skeins of yarn in natural colours. A large 'Cadenza Alpacas' banner hangs on the hurdles.An impressive array of rosettes is displayed on two white pillows, with a pen of alpacas visible in the background.