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The Emperor of Fiddlesticks
ILR # 211184
DOB: 09/25/98
Lion of Bolivia_ X_FW Burnt Honey

A full Bolivian son of the great Lion of Bolivia, Fiddlesticks is thought by some to be one of Lion’s most ”look alike” male progenies. He has the massive bone, facial features, ears, volumes of fiber, light honey color and classic bushy tail of his sire. In the 1990’s Lion was one of two herdsires to have produced the high selling male or female at open public auction, each year, for three years straight (1996-1998). Fiddlesticks is the only Lion son in the Southeast used as a herdsire! The Emperor of Fiddlesticks' name is indicative of his personality. He thinks he rules the kingdom and constantly shows off for the ladies to the amusement of we humans. He is the epitome of constant motion until approached, when he transforms into a gentle giant. Easy to halter, lead and breed he can be handled by our youngest daughter. Visitors consistently refer to him as a “huggable bear.” Having come to our place in early 2005 from the Finkels’ Tejas Northwest Llama, in Washington State, he has settled his first female in one breeding. Look at the fiber on his first cria Allspice! She is still owned by Dorothy Finkel who says she has “More fiber than any animal on our farm. It is really fine, lovely to spin and takes dye rather well.” Fiddlesticks has in his neck and face silver fiber under the honey brown and it has not coarsened with age like many males. The fiber is unlike many heavy wool llamas, soft to the touch. It is so thick it literally covers his toes in curls. Finally, he has a face that is adorable, including great ears. We can’t wait to get some of his cria on the ground.

Breeding Fee $ 750






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