Persnickety’s Peruvian Persuit (Macgyver Daughter)
|Type: Suri Female||Heritage: 1/4 Accoyo, Full Peruvian|
|Status: Proven||Color: Light Fawn|
|DoB: 07/03/2007||Dam: CMR Peruvian Persnickety, ARI# 820287|
|ARI#: 31101424||Sire: DDF Peruvian Macgyver, ARI# 181450|
Persnickety’s Peruvian Persuit is a champion Macgyver daughter with an impressive pedigree on her dam’s side as well as her sire. She is dense and lustrous! Her dam Persnickety is out of full Accoyo greats, Accoyo Gold, Uribe, and Aldo. With Accoyo and Bruxo added to the mix, her Accoyo heritage makes her an exceptional add to our breeding program. Persuit has proved herself in the show ring. She won first place at the 2009 Futurity and then later that year went to the level 5 GWAS show in Denver and won 1st and Color Champion. The thing that made this win so impressive is that she was previously shorn. Persuit is a wonderful mother with lots of milk.
Persuit’s dam, CMR Peruvian Persnickety, was full person and half Accoyo. She produced champion herdsire Macgyver’s Dark Locke and Persuit, her champion female. A beige to light fawn, daughter of Accoyo Gold and granddaughter of Peruvian Aldo, Persnickety placed first at the Oregon Flock and Fiver Festival in 2001. Her 2003 Peruvian Macgyver son was a multiple blue ribbon and color champion winner. Her 2004 Macgyver son was also a blue ribbon winner. Her 2005 son was Macgyver’s Dark Locke, who won several blue ribbons and reserve championships. Persnickety did herself proud with this gorgeous Macgyver daughter.
Persuit’s sire, DDF Peruvian Macgyver. Macyver was a dark brown full Peruvian. There will never be another alpaca like Macgyver. His genetics changed the quality of suri alpacas throughout the United States and his offspring became the standard of what could be hoped for in the show ring. Macgyver produced more suri champions than any other alpaca and his legend lives on in his descendants. His sons and daughters have the genetic potential to produce another legacy. At the 2003 AAA Futurity, Macgyver’s offspring placed in 20 classes making him the 2003 Herdsire of the Year. In 2004, his offspring placed in even more classes than the previous year. He again became the Herdsire Of the Year for the second time. He did it again in 2005, making history as no alpaca herdsire had ever won three times. Macgyver went on to win seven years running. No other alpaca in history has exceeded his record.