At first glance, PBR Divine Bello Fountaine's fleece appears comparable to his full brother, PBR Divine World's Bellagio (our AOA National Champion!) Unsurprisingly, Bello will champion with a pedigree that carries heavy hitters in the show ring. Cactus Jack, a champion in his own right, Snowmass Divine Love, sold for $58k at auction and then exported to Canada, Snowmass Conopa, and the great Snowmass Maree Love graces his pedigree. His demeanor is calm, and he is delightful.
Multiple champion MFI Pins and Needles, Bello's dam, is the medium fawn daughter of MFI Peruvian Cactus Jack, who sold in the 2007 Breeder's Choice Auction for $150,000. Like her sire, she has an outstanding, advanced fawn fleece with high amplitude, high-frequency crimp and an excellent phenotype. She graciously passed it on to her first cria, PBR Divine World's Bellagio (Check out his page), who won twice in the 2020 AOA National Show Champion and again in the 2021 Paoba Fleece show! Bello is likely to follow the same path as his full brother!
Like his sire, Snowmass Divine Love, R Creek's Divine World (Bello's sire) is a proven, champion-producing macho who stamps outstanding crimp characteristics, unique bone structure, phenotype and fleece length to his offspring. He displays ELITE fleece characteristics with exquisite bundling, a superior head, and fleece with advanced crimp and magnificent density. R Creek's Divine World is a phenotypically flawless herd sire with perfect conformation and coverage from head to toe on a large, robust, solid frame. He is the unique blending of the Hemingway and Bueno lines.