Arcady Zegna

Name: Arcady Zegna
IAR No: 52592
Birth Date: 3/12/2003
Colour: Solid Dark Fawn
Dam: Arcady Dior
Sire: Jolimont Conquistador

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Service fees for existing clients: $900.00 + gst

 

Son of 2 Champions, (Jolimont Conquistador and Arcady Dior) Zegna is very masculine, with boldly-crimped, lustrous, dense fleece and excellent coverage. He is a keen worker and has excellent fertility. His first crias are now on the ground and all, without exception, are showing fantastic curl and luster.

Zegna is a consistent Class & Best Fawn Winner, 2004 - 2006. This includes Class wins at Royal Melbourne Show & the AAA Nationals 2004 & Supreme Fleece plus Reserve Champion Male & Best Fawn at the Royal Adelaide Show 2005.

Most recently judges Best Fawn at Mt. Pleasant Show 2006 (Judge Alan Jinks)



Zegna's Fleece




Fleece from one of
Zegna's progeny

 

Zegna's dam, Arcady Dior, is a double broad-ribbon winner herself, and another of her progeny, Arcady Mambo, is also a broad-ribbon winner on lead plus Supreme Champion Fleece at Royal Adelaide Show (2003). Dior is a daughter of Jolimont Diodoro, and granddaughter of the reliable Peruvian Primero.

He has a very impressive show record to date:

2004:

 • Ballarat Sheep & Alpaca Show - 2nd in Class
 • Royal Adelaide Show - 2nd in Class
 • Royal Melbourne Show - 1st in Class
 • AAA National Show - 1st in Class

2005:

 • Mt Pleasant Show - 2nd in Class, Reserve Champion Intermediate Male
 • Mt Barker Show - 1st in Class, Reserve Champion Intermediate Male, Best Fawn Huacaya in Show
 • Royal Adelaide Show - 1st in Class, Reserve Champion Adult Male, Best Fawn Huacaya in Show
 • Royal Adelaide Show (Fleece) - 1st in Class, Supreme Huacaya Fleece,  • Supreme Huacaya Fleece, Best Fawn Huacaya Fleece in Show, Champion Huacaya Fleece in Show
 • Royal Melbourne Show - 4th in Class
 • Strathalbyn Show (Fleece) - 2nd in Class, Reserve Champion Fleece Overall

2006:

 • Mt Pleasant Show - 1st in Class, Best Fawn in Show

In Australia shows all fawns (including the very light fawns) are judged against each other making Zegna's wins, as a dark fawn, even more impressive.