SOLD AT THE 2008 ALL AMERICAN FUTURITY AUCTION TO BRENDA & FRANK CRUMM
The Aga Khan is an incredible package of
magnificent fleece, super conformation and incomparable
genetics. These attributes have deservedly earned him
Eleven Championship Banners and Seventeen 1st Place
Ribbons, including five championship banners in 2004,
four championship banners in 2005 and, at over 3 1/2 years of age, two championship banners so far in 2006. Without a doubt, this 3/4 Accoyo herd sire has proven himself to be one of the best white males in the country.
2nd Place & Reserve Color Championship - 2006 PAOBA Alpaca Show
1st Place & Color Champion - 2006 Maryland Alpaca Show
1st Place - 2006 Maryland Alpaca Show (Fleece)
1st Place & Color Champion - 2005 Blue Ridge Classic
1st Place & Color Champion - 2005 IAOBA Show
1st Place Composite - 2005 Southeastern PA Alpaca Show
1st Place - 2005 PAOBA
1st Place & Color Champion - 2005 Buckeye Alpaca Show
1st Place & Color Champion - 2005 Virginia Classic
1st Place & Color Champion - 2004 Empire Extravaganza
1st Place & Reserve Color Champion - 2004 Coastal Classic
1st Place & Color Champion - 2004 Big E
1st Place & Color Champion - 2004 Southeastern PA Alpaca Show
1st Place - 2004 Southern Select Alpaca Show
2nd Place - 2004 All American Futurity
1st Place - 2003 North American Alpaca Show
1st Place & Color Champion - 2003 MaPaca
2nd Place - 2003 All American Futurity
His fleece is bright white, has high frequency bold crimp and his density is hard to put into words. "Thick as a brick" comes to mind. Khan has a solid build and a gorgeous head with a crimpy topknot.
We are particularly excited to see Khan's first crias and they
indicate that Khan, more than likely, has a brown color recessive. He has sired crias from
dark brown with black points all the way to pure bright
white! Khan's exceptional white fleece characteristics
will certainly stamp something very special on the
any colored offspring.
The Khan's lineage
includes Vengador and Allin Capaca, the two sons of
Shere Khan from the Accoyo Ranch, perhaps the most
recognized and famous herdsire in Peru. Aga Khan and
Shere Khan share many of the same attributes, including
the extraordinary density of their fleeces, their
overall fiber coverage and the compactness of their
frames. This is a male that has to be seen, and
touched, to be fully appreciated!
CURRENT OWNERS - BRENDA & FRANK CRUMM. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU!
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One of Khan's Ten Championship Banners
Fleece blanket pull
Thick as a brick!
Example of Khan's influence on one of his cria's fleece
Magic, showing off his lustrous color, took a 2nd place out of 14 at NAAS
Khan's Pride, already a Blue Ribbon winner
Khantiki, at 12 days of age, exemplifies bright, bright white
Khan's dark brown cria with black points!
Another of Khan's crias with outstanding fiber definition