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winter 2014 - Alpaca Llama Show Association
Winter 2014
Showring
Alpaca and Llama Show Association
Magazine
A publication of the Alpaca & Llama Show Association
www.ALSAShow.org
ALSA BOD
President: Kitty Tuck-Hampel, GA • 478-972-0808 • [email protected]
Vice President: Susan Leslie, TX • 830 • 401-0819 • [email protected]
Secretary: Terese Evenson, KY • 606-473-0119 • [email protected]
Treasurer: Patricia Wattigney , LA (non- board member) • 504-394-3817 • [email protected]
Debbie Andrews, IL• 217-346-2372 • [email protected]
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,TX • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Charles Poillion, FL • 321-689-3902 • [email protected]
Paul Schwartz, WY • 307-752-2386 • [email protected]
Executive Secretary:
Robin Turell, TX • 281-516-1442 • [email protected]
ALPACA COMMITTEE:
Susan Leslie, TX, Liaison,BOD • 830-401-0819 • [email protected]
Deb Yeagle, Chair • OH • 419-665-2697 • [email protected]
Robin Sturgeon, • IN • 765-572-1184 • [email protected]
David Barboza, • CA • 209-614-9100 • [email protected]
ELECTION COMMITTEE:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Lougene Baird, Chair, HI • 808-883-1887 • [email protected]
Jerry Dunn,CO • 303-277-1129 • [email protected]
Hank Kauffman,OH • 740-398-8128 • [email protected]
ETHICS COMMITTEE:
Susan Leslie, TX, Liaison,BOD • 830-401-0819 • [email protected]
Cheryl Lambert, Chair, FL • 352-726-1104 • [email protected]
FIBER COMMITTEE:
Terese Evenson, KY Liaison,BOD • 606-473-0119 • [email protected]
Cindy Ruckman, Chair,OH •740-393-2309 •[email protected]
Cynthia Ernst,MI • 517-861-9328 • [email protected]
Geri Rutledge,NE • 402-366-9304 • [email protected]
Patti Morgan,CO • 620-442-4996 • [email protected]
Finance & Budget Committee:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Patti Wattigney,LA • 504-394-3817 • [email protected]
Grand National Committee:
Kitty Tuck-Hampel, Liason, BOD • 478-972-0808 • [email protected]
Glenna Overmiller, Chair, KS,• 785-282-6489• [email protected]
Patti Wattigney,LA,• [email protected]
Robin Turell ,TX,• 713-249-3893• [email protected]
Handbook Committee:
Paul Schwartz, WY BOD • 307-752-2386 • [email protected]
Marcie Saska-Agnew,TX Chair • 817-866-3585 • [email protected]
Ruby Herron,TX • 281-351-1820 • [email protected]
Bill Feick , TX • 830.491.1410
Judge’s Committee:
Terese Evenson, KY Liaison,BOD • 606-473-0119 • [email protected]
Ken Forster, Chair ND • 701-724-3059 • [email protected]
Hank Kauffman,OH • 740-668-2229 • [email protected]
Barb Harris ,CO • 719-275-9457• [email protected]
Mary Reed,OH • 216-387-3509 • [email protected]
Tor Sorensen,AZ • 520-991-5130 • [email protected]
Membership Committee:
Debbie Andrews, Liaison, IL BOD • 217-346-2372 • [email protected]
Amanda Brantley, MO, • 314-604-6480 • [email protected]
Nomination Committee:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Anna Reese, Chair, TX •830-401-0819 • [email protected]
Performance Committee:
Debbie Andrews, Liaison, IL BOD • 217-346-2372 • [email protected]
Anna Reese, Chair, TX •830-401-0819 • [email protected]
Eileen Ditsler, CA • 951-897-2783 • [email protected]
Kathy Nichols,CA • 916-686-7086 • [email protected]
Barb Harris,MO • 719-275-9457 • [email protected]
Bill Feick,TX• 830-491-1410
Lauren Wright, FL• 941-927-2712• [email protected]
Amanda Marie Smith,IN •260-446-5608 • [email protected]
Policy & Planning Committee:
Charles Poillion, FL, Liaison.BOD • 321-689-3902 • [email protected]
Barb Harris, Chair, CO • 719-275-9457 • [email protected]
Michele Batt, NY • 585-737-8142 • [email protected]
Tracy Weaver,FL • 727-856-3582 • [email protected]
Lora Crawford,CA • 209-632-6891 • [email protected]
Protest Committee:
Susan Leslie, TX, Liaison,BOD • 830-401-0819 • [email protected]
Bobbie White ,Chair,TX, • 830-534-9972 [email protected]
Keith Wattigney,LA • 504-394-3817 • [email protected]
Cheryl Lambert, FL • 352-726-1104 • [email protected]
Barb Harris, CO • 719-275-9457 • [email protected]
Ulin Andrews, IL • 217-346-2372 • [email protected]
Publications, Promotions, & Marketing Committee:
Terese Evenson, KY Liaison,BOD • 606-473-0119 • [email protected]
Ruby Herron, Chair, TX • 281-351-1820 • [email protected]
Steve Auld, IA • 319-228-8581 • [email protected]
Aspen Auld,IA• 319-228-8581 • [email protected]
Regional Committee:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Cheryl Juntilla, Chair,CO • 970-640-8028 • [email protected]
Penny Thomas.OK • 918-521-0766 • [email protected]
Barb Harris, CO • 719-275-9457 • [email protected]
Joy Pedroni, CA • 510-385-2902 • joy[email protected]
Show Management Committee:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD • 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Glenna Overmiller, Chair, KS,• 785-282-6489• [email protected]
Larry Lewellyn, CO, • 303-870-7341 • [email protected]
Jill Knuckles,Co, • 970-487-0223 • [email protected]
Belinda Snow,GA, • 706-543-3717 • [email protected]
Website Committee:
Jim Doyle, TX, Liaison,BOD, 940-488-3163 • [email protected]
Ruby Herron, Chair,TX • 281-351-1820 • [email protected]
Mike Hoopegardner, IN • 317-498-0422 • [email protected]
Youth Committee:
Susan Leslie, TX, Liaison,BOD • 830-401-0819 •[email protected]
Michelle Kutzler, Co-Chair,OR • 541-929-7672 • [email protected]
Terry White, Co-Chair, TX, 830-534-7820 • [email protected]
Carol Rutledge,TX • 830-391-5819 • [email protected]
Michele Batt,NY • 585-737-8142 • [email protected]
Michele Gohr, IN • 317-403-6006 • [email protected]
Dakota Evenson,KY • 606-473-0119 • [email protected]
Greg Hall,NC • 336-443-9228 • [email protected]
SHOWRING EDITOR/DESIGN/LAYOUT
Ruby Herron - 17102 Mueschke Rd., Cypress, TX 77433
713-249-8523 • [email protected]
The views expressed herein are those of the authors. Before undertaking any new regime
with your llamas, you should always consult with your veterinarian. Only they can tell you what
is best for your situation. We invite submission for unpaid articles and photographs.
Email to [email protected] or mail to: Ruby Herron, c/o Showring Magazine,17102 Mueschke Rd., Cypress,Tx., 77433
Winter 2014 Contents
lETTER fROM THE EDITOR.........................................4
Letter from the president...................................5
letter from the vice president.........................6
OFFICE TALK...................................................................7
alsa BOARD MINUTES................................................45
showring rates & specs........................................46
Advertisers:
asgaard farm & kennels...............inside cover
rancho linda vista................................................14
hubbard life..............................................................15
judie & stan Moser..................................................18
zoe rutledge.............................................................19
llama & alpaca show trophies.........................19
double k diamond llamas & fiber...................20
stevens llama tique..............................................21
two bit two llamas...............................................22
keith & patti wattigney.......................................27
hunter’s hopes and dreams...............................28
mariko llamas..........................................................29
heiniger.......................................................................30
houston livestock show & rodeo..................32
san angelo stock show & rodeo.....................32
The winter Showring cover
picture is the winner of the
Grand National photo contest.
Our congratulations to Michael Hampel
of MKllamas in Bonaire, Georgia.
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Letter from the editor
This year, 2014, has been a great year for the Showring Magazine
and I would like to thank the ALSA Board of Directors for allowing me
to publish it! There are some subscriptions to our Showring magazine
from as far away as India, Japan, Canada, Germany, Peru, Italy, Australia,
Spain, Taiwan, Indonesia, and more. Through our Magazine, the world
is able to see Llamas & Alpacas in real life doing what they can do! We
all are to thank for that! I wonder how hard it would be to ship a llama/
alpaca over to their country.
I also wanted to mention that I was impressed with the 2014 ALSA
Grand National. It was wonderful seeing so many llama and alpaca
folks having a good time, and being able to see some people that I
haven’t seen in quite a long time. The halter animals were beautiful
and the competition in performance was stiff. (A special thank you to
Betty Hollman for putting together such challenging and wonderful
performance courses) The levels of talent in the youth classes were
unbelievable. Fiber & fleece classes where huge and very competitive.
All in all the show was great and the Grand National committee did an
outstanding job! I have featured the 2014 Grand National in this edition
and I hope you enjoy the pictures and articles.
I would also like to say a special thank you to Sally Rucker and Marilyn
Nenni for their wonderful picture taking at the 2014 GN. They both
sent me their pictures to use. These pictures helped me put this issue
together for you. You know, during the year I welcome any pictures or
articles from ALSA members. If you have sent me pictures or articles
throughout this year, thank you. If you have not and wondered why your
show or animal is not in a Showring Magazine, well, that is because I
need your help! Please send me pictures and articles.
If you send me pictures or articles that are pertaining to an ALSA
sanctioned show, or an activity you have been involved using your llama
or alpaca, this will usually be published without a charge. The Showring
Magazine does charge for individual ads about your animals and/or their
winnings! The Showring Magazine is also available for businesses or
ranches to purchase an ad. Please see the ALSA website, or follow this
link for more information; http://www.alsashow.net/magazine.html
If you need help creating an ad for the Showring Magazine, I will help
you create an ad for free. I will also help any superintendent of an ALSA
sanctioned show put together an advertisement for their show to be
publicized in the Showring Magazine free of charge.
Blessings,
Ruby
[email protected]
Letter From The President:
This time of year, we are all looking forward to the special Holiday Season and ALSA is no exception. We have much to
be thankful for.
ALSA’s show season was quite active with new shows being added this year. The 2014 Regionals and the 2014 Grand
Nationals were successful in giving wonderful opportunities for each member to show off their llamas and alpacas for Regional
and National titles. We couldn’t have had all of these shows without our amazing Superintendents, show volunteers and judges.
We thank you for all of your hard work and being an integral part of keeping ALSA successful.
The ALSA Board of Directors could not function without its’ committees and their Chairpersons. We’ve got new
volunteers as well as our longer termed committee members that have helped keep the organization of ALSA running. Our
committees and Chairpersons work non-stop to keep each committee functioning and the BOD wouldn’t be here without you
all. Thank you so much for your time, dedication, and non-ending work you do to help ALSA.
Our Executive Secretary, Robin is the voice and the first impression any person gets of ALSA. She works very long hours
and does her best to always make sure ALSA has a smiling face answering the phone and handling business. Thank you Robin
for everything you do.
To our ALSA members, we are only ALSA because of you. The membership is the driving force of ALSA. You attend
shows, clinics, work in front or behind the scenes, but each role is important. Thank you for being members of ALSA. We
appreciate your support and ALSA is nothing without you.
ALSA’s Judges are an important part of ALSA. They attend clinics, apprenticeship, more clinics and now even
conference calls, all to bring the best educated judges to ALSA’s shows. Their honesty and integrity in judging our animals
is what makes ALSA the forefront of the llama showing community. We thank you for your time and effort just to become a
certified judge with ALSA and your hard work and dedication to being the best of the best.
I couldn’t be here writing this without my fellow Board of Directors. Jim, Charles, Susan, Debbie, Terese, Paul and Patti
are some of the hardest working people I know. The membership, committees and Chairpersons all come to these directors
and they have a voice through these Board members. We may not always agree, but we are not only a team, we become like a
family. It may seem a bit dysfunctional at times, but like with family, we make it work well. I thank each and every one of you
for making our 2014 a success and moving ALSA forward. I also thank you for taking the time out of your busy lives to promote,
support and serve ALSA.
I’m wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a Blessed 2015.
From my family to yours,
Kitty
Kitty Tuck-Hampel
ALSA President
Photo by Michael Hampel
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Letter From Vice President
Writing about myself is not something I care to do. But writing about
my kids, Oh Yeah, that I will do…..I am a mother of 4, step mother of 3,
and grandmother of 3. I manage a 4H club here in Texas with 13 members
and a 4H llama project group with 23 members. After my youngest
daughter graduated from High School, my husband commented on what
I was going to do with all my free time. I asked, what free time? He had
assumed I would be retiring, so to speak, from my duties as Youth Leader.
Not a chance.
I know the opportunities that were opened for my children through the 4H llama project. I remember a quote
from one of my oldest daughter’s essays….. she wrote “I am just as comfortable in my jeans and boots attending
a tractor pull as I am in my formal dress and heels attending the Broadway Play, The Phantom of the Opera”…..
These well rounded youth that have the opportunity to experience so many different aspects of life, are the
ones that are going to make a difference for us. The youth truly are the future. It is my hope, as a board
member, to help open up opportunities for our youth. It is important for us to give the youth opportunities to
grow and learn.
I ask you to mentor a youth in your town, donate to the ALSA youth scholarship fund, take your llamas out
to schools and preschools, and help spread the joy and love of llamas. I want to see our llama community grow
and stay strong for many more generations to come. I want to see my grandchildren showing llamas in the next
10 years. It saddens me to see shows where there are only 1 or 2 youth in a class.
I moved to an area where there was not a 4H program for llamas. I worked with our Extension office to get
one started. We are in our 5th year now and have 23 wonderful children that work hard with their llamas. They
learn about health and safety, go on hikes in the woods, and attend shows. There are many other wonderful 4H
and Youth leaders out there across the country that provide llamas and their experience to the youth. I cannot
name you all, but You know who you are. I personally want to thank you all for all your hard work and
dedication to the youth, the llama community, and to ALSA for everything you do for and with our youth.
Without leaders like you, there would be no youth, and no future for ALSA.
In closing, I would like to say, share your llama with a child, and the llama will be loved by you both.
Susan
Susan Leslie
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Office Talk
Hello everyone.
Our 2014 Alpaca and Llama Show
Association showing year is coming to a close. There have been
many winners in the ALSA family this year. There are far too many “kudos” to give out
individually – so let me give you all A BIG CONGRATULATIONS together! Be sure to check out the ALSA
website to see the new ALSA Champions and the new
ALSA ROM winners and also many of the youth winners for 2014! You will also find the results for the 2014
ALSA shows here:
http://www.alsashow.org/webshowfindByYearasp?year=2014
If any of you feel that the results you have are different,
PLEASE contact me and also feel free to contact me
concerning your individual awards! The BOD and I are
committed to ensure that your awards are awarded! We
will be sure to research and get you the accolades you
deserve!
I also wanted to mention that if any of you have earned a
certificate this year, and have not received it, please contact the ALSA office. (I apologize for any inconvenience
this may cause you.) Also, if you have not received your
certificates for any year, please contact the ALSA office!
Let’s get them to you!
The 2015 ALSA memberships are underway. Many of
you have renewed and/or joined for the first time! Thank
you for that support! Memberships are due by January
1, 2015. I would like to urge all of you to renew or join
ALSA now. (It is too easy to forget to do this during the
busy year until it is too late).
By renewing your membership now you will certain to
be eligible to vote in the ALSA Board of Directors Election which will be in the summer of 2015. To be eligible
for participation in this vote or to nominate a candidate
for this election, you must be a current ALSA member
by the Day of Record which is currently April 1st of that
year. When you renew, I also ask that each of you to
make sure to verify your email address with the ALSA
office. ALSA has been conducting their voting process
electronically, and your email address is needed for this.
We also want to make sure that you receive the necessary information. May I also please ask each of you to
contact the ALSA office if you change your email address
during the year, thank you! This, too, will help to make
sure you receive necessary emails from the ALSA office.
We also have been getting geared up for the 2015 Show
season. You will see the ALSA calendar here:
http://www.alsashow.org/nshows2003.asp
Please look toward the bottom for the 2015 shows being
offered so far.
Now – to a bit of news:
Our 2014 Grand National Show of Champions was held
on October 24-26 in Park City Kansas.
It was a HUGE success! The ALSA office sent out a
feedback questionnaire to the attendees of the 2014
Grand Nationals and did receive quite a few back. These
questionnaires will be used in the planning of the 2015
ALSA Grand Nationals! Thank you so much to all of
you that have sent your questionnaires in! If any of you
have misplaced yours, and would like to send one in,
please let me know. I will send you out another. Your
feedback is very important. You will also be finding out
soon who will be the new Grand National Chair and
Superintendent! We would like to make the 2015 Grand
National Show of Champions one that you will all be
swooning over!
Speaking of the 2014 Grand Nationals, this entire 2014
Winter Edition of the Showring Magazine is devoted to
the 2014 Grand Nationals! I hope you are amazed and
excited for the many people and animals showcased!
Congratulations to all winners!
And in my final note for 2014, I hope that each of you
have a very blessed Holiday Season and a Happy New
Year.
I’ll talk to you next year!
Robin
Yours truly,
Robin Turell
ALSA Executive Secretary
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It was all llamas all the time Saturday at the Kansas Pavilions.
Well, some alpacas, too.
TheAlpacaLlamaShowAssociation’s17thAnnualGrandNationalShowofChampionsbroughtpeoplefrom
acrossthecountrytoWichitatoshowofftheirperfectlycoiffedSouthAmericancamelids.Llamasmaneuveredthrough
obstaclecourses,carriedpacksandpulledcarts.
TwelvellamasfromJimandMarilynNenni’sShagbarkRidgeLlamasinNoblesville,Ind.,madethetrekforthe
nationals.
AgroupofteenagedgirlshelpedshowllamasfromtheNennis’farm.Dressedin
jeanswithrhinestonebelts,thegirlslookedliketheycouldhavebeenabouttoput
onacountrymusicconcert.
“InHamiltonCounty,weallhavesparklybelts,”saidLexiFoerder,14.Thegirls
werecompetinginfiveclasses.Threewereperformanceclasses,onewas
showmanshipandonewas
youthjudging.Duringyouth
judging,thegoalwastocome
asclosetotheactualjudges’
decisionsaspossible.The
Stephanie & Becca Foerder
performanceclassesinvolved
obstacleandpackcoursesandpublicrelationsandaimtojudgethe
handlerandllamaasateam.
Lexi Foerder
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Showmanshipissimply“youpresentingyourllama,”Lexisaid.Thegirlsqualifiedforthenationalshowbydoingwellat
earliercompetitions.
KatieTuttle,13,woninshowmanshipSaturday.Thiswasherfirstyear
showingSaxony,atan-coloredllama.Showmanshipisstressful,because“you
alwayshavetobelookingatthejudgeandmakesureyoulookniceandmake
sureyourllamalooksnice,too,”Katiesaid.
Butitpaidoff.Shewonaribbonand$50.
Kattie Tuttle
Workingwithllamasisfun,thegirls
said,becausetheanimalsaresweet.
“Theinteractionwiththeanimals”iswhatgotOliviaMitchel,13,intohandling
llamas.
Olivia DeWitt
“They’resodifferentfromotheranimals,”OliviaDeWitt,14,said.
Buthandlingllamasisabigcommitment,saidBeccaFoerder,14.
Thegirlsdochoresatthefarmandhelptakecareofthellamas.
Beccasaidfriendsaskherandhersisterwhythey’realwaysbusy.Theanswer’seasy:llamas.
Olivia Mitchel
JeffRutledgeandhisdaughter,Zoe,
traveledtoWichitafromsouthofSanAntoniowithninellamas.Hesaidit’struethe
animalsareloving.
“He’llfollowmydaughteraroundlikeapuppy,”RutledgesaidofallamanamedAcer.
“They’rejustgentlegiants.”
Zoe Rutledge
[email protected]onTwitter:@SGCountyDeb
Readmorehere:http://www.kansas.com/news/local/article3373278.html#storylink=cpy
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Memories
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Rancho Linda Vista
Rancho Linda Vista
7411 Aggregate Blvd.
Erie, CO 80516
Carlos Mendoza
303. 619. 5553
www.rancholindavista.net
[email protected]
Nastaza’s Raphael:
Sambuca/Nastaza
2014 ALSA National Grand
Champion MWM
co-owned with Mary Beth McCormick
Cellini’s Alicia:
Tamayo / Cellini
2014 ALSA National Grand
Champion MWF
Summer Rain’s Corazon:
Cristobal / WLK Summer Rain
2014 ALSA National Grand
Champion HWF
All three champions purchased by Debbie Fornari, Hollister, California
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2014
President’s Award
Presented to
Kathy Devaul
Thank You For Many Years Of Service And Support
Alpaca and Llama Show Association
___________________________________
Kitty Tuck-Hampel
President
The 2014 ALSA President’s Award was
presented to Kathy Devaul by ALSA
President Kitty Tuck-Hampel
at the 2014 ALSA Grand Nationals.
Congratulations to Kathy.
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Make
Ready
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Volunteers do not
Necessarily have the time;
They just have the heart.
Dennis
&
Pat
Congratulations to all the Grand National Winners
Judie & Stan Moser
Life Member
ALSA Member Number 16
Redmond, OR.
(541)548-2793
[email protected]
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2014 ALSA Jr. Youth Performance Grand Champion
2014 ALSA Jr.Youth Versatility Award
Wheatfield’s Acer
Zoe Rutledge
*Congratulations to all on behalf of Jeff, Carol,
and Zoe Rutledge of JCZ Farm, Stockdale, Texas
*Special thanks to Rick and Sharon Van Hooser for allowing us to
purchase Wheatfield’s Acer, and to Hunter Snow and Cody Carroll
for being such positive role models for Zoe.
Prominent businessman,
philanthropist
Richard Snyder dies at 74
Snyderfellinhishome,injured
hisheadandwasflowntoMorristown(N.J.)
Hospital,wherehedied.
BorninCarlisle,andraisedona
nearbydairyfarm,SnydergraduatedBigSpring
HighSchoolin1957afterattendingaone-room
schoolhousefromkindergartenthrougheighth
grade.HegraduatedfromPennsylvaniaState
Universityin1961.
Acertifiedpublicaccountant,Snyder
servedinvariousexecutivemanagement
positionsuntil1991whenheretiredfromPhilip
MorrisInternationalwherehewasexecutive
vicepresident,Europe-MiddleEast-Africa.
Afterhisretirement,hemaintained
hisSuttonPlaceapartmentinNewYork,but
livedprimarilyinMilford,wherein1985he
purchasedFosterHillFarm.
Snyderwantedtokeeptheproperty
asaworkingfarmbutwasn’tinterestedinthe
usualfarmlivestock,notingthathehadhisfill
ofmilkingcowswhenhewasachild.
Instead,hebecameawell-known
llamabreeder,activeinthePennsylvaniaLlama
andAlpacaAssociation,servingasitspresident,
andanationallyprominentleaderinthellama
breedingindustry.Manyofhisherd,which
atonetimenumberedmorethan100,are
prizewinners;anentirewallofthellamabarn
athisfarmiscoveredwithscoresofribbonsand
awardsfromllamacompetitions.
EachJuly,Snydersponsoredan
OpenBarnDayforvisitorstowalkamongthe
llamasandthehorticultureonthe70-acre
organicfarm
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2014 ALSA Grand National Champions
2Bit2 Lone Ranger
Light Wool Male Yearling – 1st
Reserve Champion Light Wool Male
2Bit2 Who Dat?
Light Wool Female 2 Year Old – 1st
Reserve Champion Light Wool Female
Pablo’s Texas Wildfire
Light Wool Male Adult – 1st
Advanced Pack – 1st
Advanced PR – 2nd
Easy Stylin
Seven Eleven Ranch
Medium Wool Male Yearling – 2nd
Two Bit Two Llamas
Marcie Saska Agnew
Bob Burton
817-999-1875
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Summer Address
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Jens Rudibaugh
Seven Eleven Ranch
Pooville, Texas 76487
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ALSA 2014 Grand National Showmanship
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Down
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26 Showring Magazine Winter 2014
Congratulations To All The Winners
Of The 2014 ALSA Grand Nationals
Thanks to the Grand National Committee:
Susan Leslie, Terry White, Robin Turell, Glenna Overmiller
and Kitty Tuck-Hampel for an Awesome Job.
Great Job Done Buy The Judges: Mary Jo Miller, Beth Myers,
Rick Neal and Karen Kinyon.
A Special Thanks to the Ring Stewards Jeff and Sally Rucker,
the Course Designer Betty Hollman, and to the Many Volunteers.
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The 2014 Grand National
Youth Versatility Award winners.
Junior: Zoe Rutledge
Intermediate:Lexi Foerder
Senior (Tie):Janessa Hall & Stephanie Foerder
Thanks to
Mark Foerder of
Hubbard Feed
for your sponsorship.
2014 ALSA GRAND NATIONAL MALE VERSATILITY CHAMPION:
Peruvian Silver Dream
owneD by michelle Kutzler, Kutzler FarmS weSt
2014 ALSA GRAND NATIONAL MALE VERSATILITY RESERVECHAMPION:
Pablo’S texaS wilDFire
owneD by marcie SaSKa-agnew, 2bit2 ranch
28 Showring Magazine Winter 2014
2014 ALSA GRAND NATIONAL NON-BREEDER VERSATILITY CHAMPION:
caPtain vic wiShbone
owneD by Sharon vanhooSer, triPle v ranch
2014 ALSA GRAND NON-BREEDER VERSATILITY RESERVECHAMPION:
Figment’S galley
owneD by Sean Price, robin turell, ruby herron, Figment ranch
Thanks to Edye Wright for the use of her photos of the 2014 ALSA Grand Nationals
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.......and the Winning Ticket Is ?
All 1st place winners in Halter, Masters Performance,
Advanced Performance, Novice Performance, Open Alpaca,
Adult Showmanship, Driving, and Walking Fiber at the 2014
Grand National Show were eligible to win this Heiniger Shearing Kit. This new XPERT Shearing Kit was donated by Rita
and Bryan Long of Heiniger Shearing Equipment Co. of Buffalo, Wyoming. Please thank the Long’s and visit them at www.
Heinigerusa.com or [email protected] .
Marcie Saska Agnew
Texas/Colorado
The ALSA Grand National offered in a raffle this
beautiful statue “Packer”. These unique & beautiful llama
sculpture was mounted on Shan Mu Roots from China. The
sculpture was done by Louise Judge of Sculptures by Louise of
Norman, OK. [email protected] 405-329-7260
Glenna Overmiller
Oklahoma
Thought for the day…
Once there was a herd of cows
and a herd of llamas living in adjoining fields.
They were separated by only a thin strand of
wire. Every day the cows would coax a young
llama over next to the fence and then grab him
and pull him into their field where they used him
like a soccer ball and kicked him all over the
place until they got tired of him and let him go
home. The moral of this short tale is:
Are you ready?..........
“llamas, don’t let your babies
grow up to be cow toys.”
Thanks to all the donations, the
silent auction and the raffles were a great succes.
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2014 Perpetual Plaque Winners
Largest Participation of Youth From a State
“Nebraska”
Largest Participation of Ranches From a State
“Texas”
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Grand national Groupies
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2014 Grand National Results
Placing
Class 1
Show #
136
128
219
268
Class Name:
Llama name
Yearling Non Breeder
Top 5
Owner
TCLL O'Vixxon
ALCL Licorice
Furor De La Noche
CVL Traveling Soldier
Handler
Linda Duvall - Duvall Farms
Hunter's Hopes and Dreams
MK Llamas
Ploeger farm
Number in Class
Linda Duvall
Hunter Snow
Kitty Tuck-Hampel
Josh Ploeger
Judge 1 Judge 2 Judge 3 Total Rank
4
2
1
3
4
3
1
2
4
1
2
3
12
6
4
8
4
2
1
3
10
7
5
6
11
9
1
4
3
8
2
9
6
3
4
11
5
1
10
8
7
2
10
11
8
2
9
3
1
7
5
4
6
29
24
16
12
31
17
3
21
16
19
10
10
9
5
3
11
6
1
8
4
7
2
1
1
1
4
Class 2
Placing Show #
Class Name:
Llama name
Two Year Old Non-Breeder
Top 5 Owner
Class 3
Placing Show #
Class Name:
Adult Non-Breeder
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
Lunar JM01
Mariko Llamas
Sapaveco's Marathon
JCZ Farms
Galley
Figment Ranch
Billy The Kid
Lamarah
DB Jubal
Doubleback Ranch
LUA Celebrity Status
Auld's Lluminous Llamas
Spats
Log Cabin Llamas
McKinnon's Stormy
Sopris Pinyon's Llamas
Ice House Hero
Black Cat Llamas
HF Sir Spots a lot Pongo
Simplicity Llama Farm
Captain Vic Wishbone
Triple V
Handler
Number in Class
138
156
173
167
157
193
217
161
292
299
51
Number in Class
Class 4
Placing Show #
217
Class Name:
Llama name
Spats
Class 5
Placing Show #
219
Class Name:
Llama name
Log Cabin Llamas
Class 6
Placing Show #
52
Class Name:
Llama name
Big Sensation
Debbie Andrews
MK Llamas
Number in Class
Kitty Tuck-Hampel
Handler
Triple V
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Handler
1
Suri Male Juvenile
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Handler
1
Reserve Champion Non-Breeder
Top 5 Owner
Furor De La Noche
Jim Doyle
Zoe Rutledge
Sean Price
Kathy Nichols
Brenda Gilmore
Aspen Auld
Debbie Andrews
Susan Proctor
Joy Pedroni
Jenessa Hall
Sharon VanHooser
11
Grand Champion Non-Breeder
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Handler
Sharon VanHooser
1
1
Class 7
Placing Show #
134
194
235
248
249
272
Class Name:
Suri Male Yearling
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
CVL Wild Salador Elixir
RC'S Llamas
PVL Fast Track
Auld's Lluminous Llamas
Party on Picasso
Rancho Linda Vista
Tall Tail's Mozart
Tall Tail Ranch
Tall Tail's Mojito
Tall Tail Ranch
Sapaveco's Southern Comfort Crivens Llamas
Number in Class
Class 8
Placing Show #
119
220
271
280
62
Class Name:
Llama name
LLA Mirage King Key
Class 10 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
52
Big Sensation
4
6
5
2
3
1
12
17
16
6
9
3
4
6
5
2
3
1
Janet Baber
Kitty Tuck-Hampel
Venesa Carter
Charlie Stephenson
Tor Sorensen
4
2
1
5
3
4
2
1
5
3
2
3
1
5
4
10
7
3
15
10
3
2
1
5
3
Handler
Brett Snead
1
1
1
1
Handler
Triple V
Sharon VanHooser
1
Class 11 Class Name:
Reserve Champion Suri Male
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
271
Hard Rock's Ringo Star
Crivens Llamas
Number in Class
4
6
5
2
3
1
5
Grand Champion Suri Male
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
4
5
6
2
3
1
Handler
Suri Male Adult
Top 5 Owner
Bushwhacker Llamas
Number in Class
Ranee Forney
Aspen Auld
Carlos Mendoza
Rob Knuckles
Rob Knuckles
Venesa Carter
7
Class Name:
Suri Male 2 Year Old
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
GVL Texas Playboy
Baber Farms
NWLF'S Stormchaser
MK Llamas
Hard Rock's Ringo Star
Crivens Llamas
GNLC Scorcher
Flightless Farms
WINS Justamazin
Number in Class
Class 9
Placing Show #
221
Handler
Handler
Venesa Carter
1
35
Class 12 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
261
SWLC Shout
Light Wool Male Juvenile
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Class 13 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
135
Forney's Dartanion
169
2BIt2 Lone Ranger
227
Buck's Silas
210
PNE's Man O War
263
Foothill's Kaliman
Handler
Southwest Llama Company
Light Wool Male Yearling
Top 5 Owner
Handler
RC's Llamas
2Bit2 Ranch
Lincoln Creek Llamas
PNE Ranch
Foothills Llamas
Number in Class
Vanesa Carter
Larry Lewellyn
Class 17 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
169
2BIt2 Lone Ranger
Class 18 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
262
SWLC Rainier
56
CVL Castle Rock
Jessica Tagtmeyer
Ranee Forney
Marcie Saska-Agnew
Jay Gilmore
Michelle Kutzler
Janine Faussone
13
3
13
10
6
5
1
4
3
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
4
5
1
2
4
6
1
5
2
3
4
5
2
1
3
6
4
6
1
3
2
5
12
17
4
9
7
14
4
6
1
3
2
5
120
120
169
169
169
120
1
2
2
1
1
2
4
5
1
2
6
Handler
Vanesa Carter
1
2Bit2 Ranch
Handler
Marcie Saska-Agnew
1
Medium Wool Male Juvenile
Top 5 Owner
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5
1
4
3
2
Handler
Reserve Champion Light Wool Male
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
5
1
4
3
2
2
Class 16 Class Name:
Grand Champion Light Wool Male
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
120
LUA Bravado's Magnificent
Baber Farms
Number in Class
3
1
5
4
2
Handler
Class 15 Class Name:
Light Wool Male Adult
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
101
TCLL O'Vassor
Lookout Llamas
132
Chewy's Fast Fure
RC's Llamas
168
Pablo's Texas Wildfire
2Bit2 Ranch
158
DB Barnabus
DoubleBack Ranch
177
Peruvian Silver Dream
Kutzler Farms West
266
Foothill's Kodiak
Loma Llamas
Number in Class
Judy Soule
Marcie Saska-Agnew
Jonah Jensen
Pat Blank
Larry Lewellyn
5
Class 14 Class Name:
Light Wool Male 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
120
LUA Bravado's Magnificent
Baber Farms
264
Foothill's Caspian
Foothill's Llamas
Number in Class
Tor Sorensen
1
South West Llama Company
Polo Llamas
Handler
Tor Sorensen
Merle Fleener
Number in Class
Class 19 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
233
Jaseboca
Figment's Jorge
176
236
Nastaza's Rafael
50
Easy Stylin
3
Medium Wool Male Yearling
Top 5 Owner
Handler
Buck's Hollow
Figment Ranch
Rancho Linda Vista
Seven Eleven Ranch
Jim Rutledge
Sean Price
Carlos Mendoza
Jens Rudibaugh
4
Medium Wool Male 2 Year Old
Top 5 Owner
4
3
1
2
4
3
1
2
4
2
1
3
12
8
3
7
4
3
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
236
236
236
259
259
259
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
6
1
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
9
6
3
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
6
3
2
1
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
3
9
6
1
3
2
2
4
5
1
3
4
1
5
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
7
10
14
7
7
tie
2
4
5
1
3
Number in Class
Class 20 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
259
CNS Spot On
South West Llama Company
Number in Class
Class 22 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
236
Nastaza's Rafael
Class 23 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
259
CNS Spot On
Rancho Linda Vista
1
Adryce Mathisen
Patti Morgan
1
Handler
Penny McClain Carver
1
Reserve Champion Heavy Wool Male
Top 5 Owner
Asgaard
Handler
Terese Evenson
1
Class 30 Class Name:
Suri Female Juvenile
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
139
Kelcee JM01
Mariko Llamas
140
Elegant Dancer JM01
Mariko Llamas
141
Crickette JM01
Mariko Llamas
273
CVL Gabrielle Chanel
Crivens Llamas
274
CVL Izadora
Crivens Llamas
Number in Class
Handler
Terese Evenson
Merle Fleener
Sharon VanHooser
Grand Champion Heavy Wool Male
Top 5 Owner
McClain Farms
Number in Class
Jim Rutledge
Eileen Ditsler
Tor Sorensen
Handler
Asgaard
Polo Llamas
Triple V
Number in Class
Class 29 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
60
Sweet White Liar
Handler
2
Heavy Wool Male Adult
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Class 28 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
43
mahl's Victor
Tor Sorensen
Handler
Penny McClain Carver
Penny McClain Carver
Class 25 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Male Yearling
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
234
Willirincole
Buck's Hollow
199
Argentine Joker
Icehouse Llamas
257
KVF Timone's Second Edition South West Llama Company
Number in Class
3
Class 26 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Male 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
150
2Bit2 Maximus Supreme
Bahama Llamas
214
RM Gunsmoke
Rock-N-M Llamas
Number in Class
Handler
1
Class 24 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Male Juvenile
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
43
mahl's Victor
McClain Farms
45
MCC Amahl's Avenger
McCarver Farms
Class 27 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
60
Sweet White Liar
57
CVL Milo
310
TVR High Voltage
Handler
Carlos Mendoza
South West Llama Company
Number in Class
Tor Sorensen
1
Reserve Champion Medium Wool Male
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Handler
3
Grand Champion Medium Wool Male
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Tor Sorensen
1
Class 21 Class Name:
Medium Wool Male Adult
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
255
LUA Show Me Status
South West Llama Company
Number in Class
Handler
Handler
Jim Doyle
Jim Doyle
Jim Doyle
Venesa Carter
Venesa Carter
5
37
Class 31 Class Name:
Suri Female Yearling
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
186
Firefly's Lluminous Maricella Auld's Lluminous Llamas
224
Kayzuk
Wanek Farms
MV Arianna
New Leaf Llama Farm
242
250
Tall Tail's Sorpresa
Tall Tail Ranch
251
Tall Tail's Tilia
Tall Tail Ranch
42
Ollendick Farms Cailey
McClain Farms
61
AFK Confetti Avalanche
Asgaard
Number in Class
7
Class 32 Class Name:
Suri Female 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
142
Elegant Smile
Mariko Llamas
252
Tall Tail's Angelina
Tall Tail Ranch
269
Masrerminds Willow BKL
Ploeger Farm
53
TVR Dreamsicle
Triple V
Number in Class
Class 33 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
222
Bolivian Serena
WYN Miss Pipin Hot
294
3
7
5
1
6
2
4
14
20
15
4
15
6
10
4
7
5
1
5
2
3
3
1
4
2
4
1
2
3
4
2
3
1
11
4
9
6
4
1
3
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
6
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
5
4
2
7
6
3
8
1
3
4
6
7
5
2
8
3
10
11
12
19
17
12
24
1
2
3
4
7
6
4
8
Handler
Jim Doyle
Rob Knuckles
Josh Ploeger
Sharon VanHooser
Brett Snead
Mindy Reed
Handler
Tall Tail Ranch
Rob Knuckles
1
Class 35 Class Name:
Reserve Champion Suri Female
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
250
42
Ollendick Farms Cailey
McClain Farms
273
252
53
139
294
272
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5
6
7
1
4
3
2
3
Grand Champion Suri Female
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
6
7
3
2
5
1
4
Handler
Bushwhacker Llamas
Wyncrest Farm
Number in Class
Aspen Auld
Ellie Wanek
Sarah McGovern
Rob Knuckles
Rob Knuckles
Penny McClain Carver
Terese Evenson
4
Suri Female Adult
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Class 34 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
250
Tall Tail's Sorpresa
Handler
1
Handler
Penny McClain Carver
Class 36 Class Name:
Light Wool Female Juvenile
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
187
Milestones Lluminous Celestial Sky
Auld's Lluninous Llamas
275
CVL Sparkling Cider
Crivens Llamas
Number in Class
Number in Class
Janine Faussone
Josh Ploeger
Tor Sorensen
Sherri Tallmon
Ana Reese
Marcie Saska-Agnew
Brenda Gilmore
MacKenzie Willy
Mindy Reed
Jessica Tagtmeyer
Jay Gilmore
Debbie Andrews
Joy Pedroni
3
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
9
6
3
3
2
1
4
1
3
6
5
2
2
3
1
5
4
6
2
4
1
6
5
3
8
8
5
17
14
11
3
2
1
6
5
4
4
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
2
4
1
3
9
11
3
7
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
5
4
3
7
8
6
2
1
5
4
3
6
7
8
4
5
13
12
11
19
22
22
1
2
5
4
3
6
7
7
2
6
1
3
5
4
1
5
2
3
6
4
4
5
1
2
6
3
7
16
4
8
17
11
2
5
1
3
6
4
4
Log Cabin Llamas
Handler
Debbie Andrews
1
Reserve Champion Light Wool Female
Top 5 Owner
2Bit2 Ranch
Handler
Marcie Saska-Agnew
1
Class 42 Class Name:
Medium Wool Female Juvenile
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
130
Sapaveco's All Dressed Up
Hunter's Hopes and Dreams
211
PNE's Mistie
PNE Ranch
260
Stage Stops Shakira
SouthWest Llama Company
CVL Ginger Martini
Crivens Llamas
276
58
SWLC Beretta
Polo Llamas
68
Stage Stop Femme Fatale
Number in Class
2
1
Handler
Grand Champion Light Wool Female
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
5
4
6
Twin Creek Llamas
Double Back Farms
Log Cabin Llamas
Black Cat Llamas
Number in Class
2
1
Handler
187
Class 41 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
170
2Bit2 Who Dat?
1
2
3
Light Wool Female Adult
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Class 40 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
218
ALCL Cathy's Girl
170
63
105
275
293
267
2
1
Handler
Class 38 Class Name:
Light Wool Female 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
240
LEL Sophie
Hidden Oaks LLama Ranch
105
Leslie's Miss Chantilly Lace
Leslie Lane Llamas
170
2Bit2 Who Dat?
2Bit2 Ranch
159
DB Echo
DoubleBack Ranch
153
Rain Drops on Rosie
Willy Acres
295
SWL Epic
Wyncrest Farms
Class 39 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
102
RKLF Sabrina
160
DB Chinuk
218
ALCL Cathy's Girl
My Gaia
293
Aspen Auld
Venesa Carter
2
Class 37 Class Name:
Light Wool Female Yearling
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
265
Loma's Kodiak's Caper
Loma Llamas
267
CVL Malaysia
Ploeger Farm
63
HOLR Angel’s Selena
Number in Class
Handler
Handler
Hunter Snow
Pat Blank
Tor Sorensen
Venesea Carter
Merle Fleener
Venesea Carter
5
39
Class 43 Class Name:
Medium Wool Female Yearling
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
106
WINS Spring Roll
Leslie Lane Llamas
171
2Bit2 Rainy
2Bit2 Ranch
ARR Bedazzl's 3 Daze Grayce Auld's lluminous Llamas
188
189
Milestones Lluminous Kat 5 Hurricane
Auld's lluminous Llamas
212
PNE's Breezy
PNE Ranch
238
Cellini's Alicia
Rancho Linda Vista
256
Vanellope Von Shweetz
Southwest Llama Company
258
SWLC Carlene
Southwest Llama COmpany
46
MCC Sassy Girl
McClain Farms
54
Merlins Mystique
Triple V
CVL Treasure
Polo Llamas
59
Number in Class
Number in Class
12
Class 44 Class Name:
Medium Wool Female 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
162
Alegria
Sopris Pinyon's Llamas
64
Stage Stop BoBo
Number in Class
Number in Class
Ana Reese
Marci Saska Agnew
Aspen Auld
Sandy Auld
Pat Blank
Carlos Mendoza
Tor Sorensen
Tor Sorensen
Penny McClain Carver
Sharon VanHooser
Merle Fleener
8
9
7
11
10
1
3
2
4
6
5
8
9
5
10
7
1
2
4
6
3
11
24
23
19
32
27
3
7
9
16
13
25
8
7
6
11
10
1
2
3
5
4
9
2
1
1
2
2
1
5
4
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
6
1
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
5
3
4
6
2
8
7
1
2
3
5
6
4
6
8
3
9
9
13
17
12
21
23
1
2
3
5
6
4
7
8
3
1
2
2
3
1
2
3
1
7
7
4
3
2
1
4
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
4
1
3
2
12
5
7
6
4
1
3
2
2
1
3
3
1
2
3
2
1
8
4
6
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
3
2
3
1
2
7
6
5
3
2
1
Handler
Susan Proctor
Tor Sorensen
Handler
Aspen Auld
Sarah McGovern
3
Grand Champion Medium Wool Female
Top 5 Owner
Handler
Rancho Linda Vista
Carlos Mendoza
260
190
64
130
256
243
162
Class 47 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
260
Stage Stops Shakira
8
5
7
11
10
1
2
3
6
4
9
2
Class 45 Class Name:
Medium Wool Female Adult
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
190
Bravado's Simple Pyxis
Auld's Lluminous Llamas
243
Miss Kit Kat
New Leaf Llama Farm
Class 46 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
238
Cellini's Alicia
Handler
Reserve Champion Medium Wool Female
Top 5 Owner
Handler
SouthWest Llama Company
Number in Class
Class 48 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Female Juvenile
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
277
CVL Vivian
Crivens Llamas
278
CVL Pride's Whispering Angel Crivens's Llamas
296
WYN Aloha's Ice
Wyncrest Farm
Number in Class
Handler
Venesa Carter
Venesa Carter
Mindy Reed
3
Class 49 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Female Yearling
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
191
ARR All Tied up in Bo's
Auld's Lluminous Llamas
239
Summer Rains Corazon
Rancho Linda Vista
44
MCC Amahl's Gypys Heatwave McClain Farms
237
Missy's Carmelita
Rancho Linda Vista
Number in Class
Aspen Auld
Carlos Mendoza
Penny McClain Carver
Carlos Mendoza
Handler
Jim Doyle
Ana Reese
Rob Knuckles
3
Class 51 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Female Adult
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
204
Mudhollow's Rizzo
Pit Farm
216
Bella Jo
Happy Hummer Ranch
65
MGF All that Glitters
Number in Class
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Handler
4
Class 50 Class Name:
Heavy Wool Female 2 Year Old
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
143
Hit Dzign JM01
Mariko Llamas
Sapaveco's Soul SIster
Leslie Lane Llamas
104
253
Tall Tail's Trilce
Tall Tail Ranch
Number in Class
Tor Sorensen
1
2
Handler
Courtney Pecka
Linda Schnug
Tor Sorensen
Class 52 Class Name:
Grand Champion Heavy Wool Female
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
239
Summer Rains Corazon
Rancho Linda Vista
Handler
Carlos Mendoza
104
237
296
65
278
216
253
Number in Class
Number in Class
1
2
4
3
7
5
8
5
2
5
4
3
1
2
5
4
3
1
Handler
Ana Reese
Ana Reese
Kathleen Nichols
Brianna Cozzetto
Michelle Kutzler
Josh Ploeger
2
5
4
3
1
5
Handler
Mariko Llamas
Jim Doyle
1
1
1
3
1
3
2
1
2
1
3
3
1
2
8
4
6
3
1
2
1
Get of Sire
Top 5 Owner
Handler
Mariko Llamas
Tall Tail's Ranch
McClain Farms
Number in Class
4
7
10
9
19
18
23
18
Handler
Produce of Dam
Top 5 Owner
Number in Class
Class 56 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
145
WSL Trump
254
JLL Dream Easy
47
Cellinis Amahl
1
4
3
2
7
6
8
5
1
Class 54 Class Name:
Adult Showmanship
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
104
Sapaveco's Soul Sister
Leslie Lane Llamas
167
Billy the Kid
Lamarah
163
Grand Valleys Avalanche
LLamarado
Peruvian Silver Dreams
Kutzler Farms West
177
270
CVL Tristen
Ploeger Farm
Class 55 Class Name:
Placing Show #
Llama name
144
GVL Elegancia
2
1
4
3
7
6
8
5
1
Class 53 Class Name:
Reserve Champion Heavy Wool female
Placing Show #
Llama name
Top 5 Owner
104
Sapaveco's Soul SIster
Leslie Lane Llamas
Number in Class
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Jim Doyle
Rob Knuckles
Penny McClain Carver
3
41
8
ALSA Grand Nationals
Name
Show
Number
Sherri Tallmon
241
Sean Price
175
Sean Price
174
Brianna Cozzetto
164
Brianna Cozzetto
165
Eileen Ditsler
198
Eileen Ditsler
200
Joy Pedroni
292
Jenessa Hall
299
Sharon Vanhooser
Geri Rutledge
125
Ranee Forney
Ana Reese
Ana Reese
Jens Rudibaugh
Kathleen Nichols
Michelle Kutzler
Sharon Vanhooser
Renee Forney
Greg Hall
Linda Duvall
Ranee Forney
Adryce Mathisen
Sean Price
Sean Price
Sean Price
Ana Reese
Ana Reese
Ana Reese
Susan Proctor
Eileen Ditsler
Aspen Auld
Michelle Kutzler
Alyssa Jensen
Brianna Jensen
Brett Snead
janine Faussone
55
133
111
112
168
167
178
51
132
298
137
134
151
172
173
176
108
113
114
161
199
193
177
202
203
223
266
Llama
Group
Rank
Pack
Rank
Obstacl
e
Rank
PR
Performance
total
Performance
Rank
Rumpelteazer
Caledo's Chili Mac
Figments Wild B'mer
Grand Valleys Avalanche
Stage Stop SIlver Bullet
Icehouse Arch ANgel
Argentine Sugabo
Icehouse Hero
HF Sir Spots a lot Pongo
TVR Eclipse O’de Moon
Kikaida
Masters
10
6
1
7
8
3
4
11
5
2
9
10
6
3
8
11
7
2
4
5
1
9
1
10
9
5
11
2
8
3
4
6
7
6
2
10
2
0
9
8
7
7
12
0
7
8
2
8
10
3
4
5
5
1
10
Tyrus
Tapestrys Jacob de Colour
Leslie's Miraculous Forest
Pablo's Texas Wildfire
Billy the Kid
Stormy's Hurricane
Captain Vic Wishbone
Chewy's
Good Ol Smiley
Advanced
7
2
6
1
8
4
3
0
5
5
1
3
8
6
7
2
9
4
7
4
3
2
8
5
1
2
14
9
11
1
5
15
7
2
4
3
8
6
1
6
6
5
Starr's Bella
CVL Wild Salador Elixir
Little Bit of Sun Shine
Figments Dominoes Domy
Galley
Figment's Jorge
Sapaveco's Gulf Stream
Lil Scott
Sapaveco's Poker Face
McKinnon's Stormy
Argentine Joker
LUA Celebrity Status
Peruvian Silver Dreams
Nothing Gets Past Zeke
Patriot Missle
PH Lady Antebellum
Foothill's Kodiak
Novice
10
6
17
4
1
8
11
15
12
13
14
2
5
9
3
7
16
14
13
17
10
8
15
3
1
4
16
12
11
2
9
7
5
6
14
6
16
9
1
13
2
4
5
17
7
10
3
15
8
11
12
0
4
0
4
14
0
11
11
7
0
1
6
14
0
6
4
2
13
8
13
8
2
13
3
3
5
13
12
6
1
13
6
8
11
Alpaca
ALSA Grand Nationals
Name
Geri Rutledge
Geri Rutledge
Ana Reese
Michelle Kutzler
Linda Hassler
Suzy Hassler
Patti Morgan
Show
Number
126
127
103
179
231
232
215
Age group
Buck's Pistol Pete
Dafi Picasso
SRWisteria's Ranger
Meteor's Mister Goodbar
Earl Montgomery Scott
DZ's Anna Karenina
RNM Herbie
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Open
Rank
Pack
Rank
Obstacl
e
Rank
PR
Performance
total
Performance
Rank
4
5
2
1
7
6
3
5
3
1
2
6
7
4
4
6
1
2
5
7
3
2
2
11
10
0
0
5
5
4
1
2
6
6
3
43
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ALSA Minutes
September 9, 2014
http://www.alsashow.net/9-9-14%20BOD%20Minutes%20final%20minutes.pdf
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http://www.alsashow.net/ALSA_Monthly_BOD_Meeting_October_14_2014.pdf
November 11th, 2014
http://www.alsashow.net/11_11_14_BOD_Meeting_Minutes.pdf
Handbook Changes
November 25th, 2014
http://www.alsashow.net/11_25_14_Special_Meeting_Minutes.pdf
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