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Bonfire of the Vanities
GVL Bonfire of the Vanities
DOB 3-15-2004
Prime Plus One X GVL Satine

When "Bonfire" was a baby her fiber felt like Chinchilla fur and I realized our constant quest for superior fiber had kicked in. This favorite Prime Pluse One daughter has a stunning Suri boy, "Arctic cat", by "FFF Full Throttle" who was keured a star premium score by the Suri Llama Association

"Bonfire" is now bred to Goose Valley's champion Suri hersdire "Painted Smile" for a spring delivery.


DOB 4-28-96
La Raya Peru X Carra Mia

We think Carra is one of the all-time most stunning llamas we have ever seen. She has long, black banana ears (seen with ice on them to the left), topping a statuesque frame. This daughter of the legendary La Raya Peru looks like a masterpiece painting in the pasture. She is ½ Chilean and ½ Peruvian with an awesome pedigree. Her mom, Cara Mia, is a Constance daughter, one of our favorite dam lines.

When Carra was bred to super-suri Newevo she produced an enchanting daughter, FFF Carys, who is her mirror image. Carys is stretchy and covered in shiny, super-suri fiber everywhere.

Newevo just keeps on throwing one fabulous suri after the other! Black Fox is his suri creation from the beautiful Carra. This boy is stunning with great stretch, glossy suri wool and awesome presence.


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Llamas Since 1982
Bob and Toni Skousen
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Home * 4222 E. Brown Rd. #32, Mesa, AZ 85205
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