TP Jubilee's Whispering Angiel is the product of TP Matrix Jubilee and Sunset Hills Zeph's Secret Whisper. This breeding has brought together a winning combination of ELITE fleece characteristics: Density, Fineness, Brightness, Staple Length, Consistency, Lack of Medullation, and of course the Character and Handle that accompany these particular traits. This spectacular fleece is on a physically stunning female with a strong frame and typey proportions.
I chose this breeding to combine the exquisite density and fineness that TP Matrix Jubilee contributes with the impressive Staple Length and Brightness that Sunset Hills Zeph's Secret Whisper produces and passes on to her offspring.
Whispering Angiel is beautiful. She brings together the often opposing traits of fineness, high curvature, and long staple length and has the ability to produce the next cutting edge generation of cria. She possesses a valuable trait that many of us are accidentally breeding out of our herds...staple length.
She has been bred to Snowmass Elite Legend, possibly the most important huacaya male of the decade. There are few Elite Legend progeny owned outside of Snowmass Alpacas. He has repeatedly proven his ability to produce superior offspring.
He has won Light Herdsire of the Year at The Futurity in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2015. He also won Light Reserve Herdsire of the Year in 2013 and 2014. Those results are hard to beat. She produced a beautiful male cria TP Envy of Legend.
She is currently bred to Amber Autumn's Zig Zag Shine, a lovely medium fawn male with exquisite fleece.
Her 15x scan shows fiber clusters uniform in placement but often irregular in size and shape within her connective tissue. Her adjusted density based on BCS measures 73.08 follicles SQ MM of skin and her S/P ratio is 16.1 to 1. She shows level 4 of 4 gland presence and 60% of her secondary fibers show a level of medullation. 100 secondary fibers average 17.4 microns while 50 primary fibers average 27.3 microns for a spread of 9.9 microns. These stats figure an AFD of 18.01 microns.