Some of our llamas.
| Stage Stop Glenda. ILR#278923. Born August 16, 2009. Dam Vasa View’s Velocity LL-R240918-USA. Sire Stage Stop Witch Doctor LL-R264764-USA. Glenda has been bred and had a female cria in 2013. Cria was lost due to combination of extreme heat and interference by a dog. Glenda had a male cria Sept, 2015. Both crias were black with a white spot on their head like Glenda.Glenda comes from excellent blood lines and has a super fine fleece. She is about the closest to a single coat llama that I have seen. A lovely Silkie fiber. Beautiful Black. Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.
In For A Dollar
|Stage Stop In for a Dollar. ILR#282041. Born June 4, 2010. Dam Pennie for Your Thoughts LL-R171941-USA. Sire WCF Duracell LL-R262184-USA.Dolly has a dual coat fleece that is very nice. Any guard hair is so fine, I do not have to de hair her coat. Her fiber has bounce and crimp. It is one of my favorite fleeces.Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.
|Stage Stop Fantasia’s Enchantment. ILR#283773. Dam WWW Fantasco’s Fantasia LL-R190241-USA. Sire Silver Enchantor LL-R252197-DNA-USA. Born July 14, 2011.Enchantment is a beautiful white that is a silkie coat. She is a curious llama with a gentle manner.Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.
|StageStop Helena ILR#284105 born June 20, 2001. Female. Dilute brown, grey and white. Dam MV Naomi LL-R226452-USA. Sire WCF Duracell LL-R262184-USAThis beauty has a springy lofty fiber. Easy to spin and very personable. She does enjoy a pet and sniff and will come closer than any of my other llamas.