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Autumn Sun Alpacas

Quality in Color and Service in Black & White!

Mary and Michael Livingston
9990 Log Rd.Calhan, CO 80132
719-646-5360; 719-510-2026 (Mike)
Mailing: 15671 Split Creek Drive, Monument, CO 80132
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2016 Futurity

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Fiber/Scientific Data

201621.9 micron
201720.9 micron

Structure to build foundations on!

AutumnSun's American Lancer

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Fawn, Light Brown

AOA# 35049784   D.O.B. 7/29/2015 (4 yrs), Full Peruvian


4x Champ


Huacaya, Male, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 30037283 | DOB: 10/20/2005
The results came back from the skin biopsy which are very favourable:

Below is a write up from Jim Watts, MV. Sc, Ph.D:

He is a rather special male!!!

Jim Watts analysis:

The 14 month old alpaca, FDA Rembrandt, has high levels of fiber density and fiber length. The density reading of 67.7 follicles per square millimeter will be lower when the animal reaches mature body size, but not sufficient to alter the fact that it is a high density animal. This view is supported by ...
| AOA# 30037283  | White 

AutumnSun's Patriot's Promise 
| AOA# 32586008  | Bay Black, True Black 

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Lancer has the Rembrandt bloodline that boasts of longevity, which is evident in his consistent, organized crimp structure in a dense blanket of luscious golden fleece. If you want an all around male, Lancer is a strong offering of a package of qualities.

His fiber staple length was incredibly long as a juvenile, and still remains well developed now as he matures. He has a beautiful face with a coverage that defines his archetypal alpaca headstyle but does not give him wool-blinded vision. He is solid in the body, well formed and straight, with an easy movement demonstrating his sound conformation.

He has a golden medium fawn coloration with a nod to his darker dam's DB/BB color genes in small spots of brown fiber that does not detract from his overall fawn performance -- evident in his admirable show history -- but gives evidence that he may throw darker colored offspring from the right pairings.

Lancer had the privilege of standing among fantastic alpacas from long-standing, subvented alpaca breeding programs. We were impressed with Lancer's consideration against the first place alpaca in the A0A National Alpaca Show as a juvenile, even being compared side-by-side before the placement was determined.

Now, he has grown into his full stature, and Lancer is looking GOOD in the paddocks. He catches your eye as very well conformed, boxy and typey, with strong frame and bones and lovely headstyle. He is quickly maturing into an impressive male.


1st - 2017 MOPACA Fleece Show, Fawn Juvenile, Wade Gease
1st - 2017 TXOLAN Spectacular Fleece Show, Juvenile Multi, Amanda VandenBosch.
1st - 2016 A-OK Blastoff Halter Show, Yearling Multi, Arturo Pena
2nd - 2016 Futurity, Dark juvenile bred & owned, Amanda VandenBosch and Peter Kennedy
Another great showing!
2nd - 2016 AOA National Show, Juvenile MF
A thrilling showing for Lancer, who was called out to be compared side-by-side with the first place winner from Little Creek Alpacas. This was a great compliment that the judge indicated the pair was close with a slight difference in fineness.
4th - 2016 Great Western Alpaca Show, Medium Fawn Juvenile Male
6th - 2016 MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show, Medium Fawn Juvenile Male
-- both times for uniformity, before we figured out that he had brown spots in his blanket.

Financing Terms

Updated 5/19/2018