STUD SERVICES Fine studs to choose from.

Five exceptional stud males

Over the winter in 2020/21 we have been actively sourcing the right new male to take our own herd to the next level. When we had found the one we also found another – extremely closely related – but brown not black.

We already had three proven stud males with show records and progeny to help you achieve the best results in complementing your own herd. We now have Championship winning genetics in Black, Brown and Fawn for you to choose from.

To book a service to one or more of our five high quality herd sires, please email us at info@neroblackalpaca.co.uk or do not hesitate to call Paul on 07984 458869

Inca Marcelo

With a truly world class pedigree, we are delighted to have been able to add Marcelo to the Nero Black Alpaca stud. His dam Inca Incognito has had legendary show success culminating in two Supreme Huacaya Championships. Sired by Surtierra Shadow who is established as one of the world’s elite black herdsires at Inca Alpaca.

Marcelo is a completely balanced black alpaca, exhibiting impressive quality in all the traits required for a progressive and impactful breeding programme. With a superfine fleece which cut a weight of 3.1Kg in 2020 ( 2nd fleece ) he has very good density as you would expect in a male of this calibre.

Coronavirus restrictions curtailed a promising show record in 2020.


Redens Churchill

Churchill is a very exciting new addition to our group of Herdsires in 2021. He is full brother to the well known multi champion Redens Agamemnon. Sired by Surtierra Shadow, with his dam Redens Vogue, bringing enviable genetics from Lavendar Park Tully and Inca Enchantment.

Churchill is a very impressive dark brown male with everything you would expect from this quality of pedigree. His ultra fine fleece is exceptionally dense with outstanding handle and uniformity of colour and micron. Matching these traits with a delightful temperament and strong balanced frame, we consider him to be a very special and influential Herdsire.

A shortened show career, caused by Coronavirus restrictions in 2020, cannot detract from being Tim Hey’s Judges Choice at the East of England Show 2019.


Nero Black Shadow

Shadow is an impressive blue black male with multiple championships to his name including the inaugural Alpaca Showtime Black Male Champion which he won just a couple of weeks after taking Reserve Black Male at the 2014 Nationals.

Whilst his dam Nero Black Galaxy was Futurity Brown Champion in 2011 there is also a depth of black genetics behind Shadow. His sire, ATA Cambridge Centurion needs no further introduction.

Shadow has a solid frame and lovely head, his bright black fleece has great density and a beautiful soft handle. It is uniform in style colour and micron.

With many progeny now on the ground, his qualities are clearly consistently passed down to his offspring. Despite his age Shadow has retained an enviable fineness for any working male of his age.


Houghton Savoy

Savoy is the black son of Wyterrica Palladium and Houghton Sacred Spirit. He is a well balanced male with a very dense, characterful fleece. With a strong frame and handsome head, Savoy is a very attractive black Huacaya male.

Savoy was a very popular choice on mobile matings in 2020 with 13 covers. He also covered 9 females in our herd so cria should be able to be seen in April/May 2021. In 2019 his Sire Palladium covered 5 Nero Black females and the impressive progeny are here to view.


Nero Black Mountbatten

Just as we were bringing Mountbatten into the stud team for 2018 he only went and won Supreme Champion Huacaya at the Northumberland Show! Judge Nick Harrington Smith consistently praised his conformation and dense, commercial fleece. Now a multi Championship winning light fawn male, with super fine fleece, he is sure to catch anyone’s eye.

Son of Nero Black Galaxy and Waradene St Patrick he oozes quality and style, whilst offering excellent bloodlines and depth of colour too.

Mountbatten’s fleece is well organised, dense and fine with an exceptional handle and very good staple length.

Having worked a couple of years now, Mountbatten has a number of quality cria on the ground. He has proved that, given a coloured female he will produce colour. He also passes on all the qualities he possesses as a Supreme Champion Fawn Huacaya.