If you breed Snowmass bloodlines, here's an incredible MEDIUM FAWN for your future breeding program. PBR Eclipse's Promises in the Dark's fleece is fine, dense and has an excellent, advanced crimp. At a very young age, she displays fleece that very few have. The brightness is something to behold. Her sire, R Creek's Legendary Eclipse, comes from a rare pedigree with well-known names such as Snowmass Hemingway XX, Snowmass Artic Blue, Snowmass Quechua and Snowmass Matrix. Her dam, NPA Regina, brings in color with her sire being S&L Bandito. PBR Eclipse's Promises in the Dark is an asset to any farm's breeding program including our own.
Promise's sire, R Creek's Legendary Eclipse, is a true black male with the fleece characteristics of a light animal. Eclipse's biopsy at 48 months of age is 150X scan showing fiber clusters very uniform in shape and placement within the connective tissue. He grades a true density of 74.5 follicles SQ MM. His biopsy skin thickness calibrates 2.4 mm with 6 fiber clusters in the S/P view that show an S/P of 13.1 to 1. Twenty five typical clusters show an average S/P of 13.4 to 1. He shows level 4 of 4 glands. 100 typical secondary fibers averaged 18.1 microns while 50 typical primary fibre averaged 25.3 microns for a variation of 7.2 microns. These stats figure an AFD of only 18.63 microns. These are amazing fiber stats for a mature black huacaya male. His awards include Reserve Color Champion Futurity 2016 Halter, Second Place Futurity 2016 Halter, Color Champion MAPACA 2016 and First Place MAPACA 2016!
NPA Regina, Promise's dam, is no slouch herself. With a well-known grand sire, SA Peruvian Black Epic on the top of her pedigree and Reserve Champion, NWA, LTD Flash, grand sire on the bottom, she brings crimp, fineness and brightness to the table.