— The Team

Sundrop Alpacas

Dedicated to improving the breed

Stephanie Block & Lisa Phinney
656 E 1000 North RdBement, IL 61813
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Fiber/Scientific Data

04/27/201820.5 AFD, 4.1 SD, 20.2 CV, 2.7%>30u, 130mm staple
04/24/201717.2 AFD, 3.1 SD, 18.2 CV, 0.5%>30u
04/25/201616.3 AFD, 3.6 SD, 22.1 CV, 100% CF, 29.8mm curve, 100 mm staple

16 micron. El Nino x Sub-Zero lines!


Huacaya, Female, Unproven | White

AOA# 35031307   D.O.B. 9/10/2015 (5 yrs)

snowmass moondance 
| AOA# 31139458  | white  |


5/8 Accoyo, Full Peruvian stunner


Huacaya, Female, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31396295 | DOB: 9/5/2008

Ish is a beautiful female and clearly is queen of the pasture. First and second shearing histograms are in the 18 micron range. We have achieved great things with this lady. Although, with her penchant for rolling in the nearest open dirt, we use the term "lady" with a bit of roll to our eye.
Her paperwork says she is white and a peek into her fleece will confirm that our frequently dirty "lady" is indeed blessed with some fine fleece. In fact, we wrote our farm goals for fleece finenes...
| AOA# 31396295  | White 
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Bidding Info


This is a phenomenal deal.
Not only do you get a fantastic alpaca, we offer a greatly reduced and fully transferable breeding.
All purchases include transferable rights to a drive-by breeding to any of our wholly owned herdsires for only $250. Agisting available by arrangement.

Bella was aptly named as our Beautiful Bella on the day of her birth.
Bella took first place Bred and Owner light female at the Rail Splitter Alpaca show only 2 days over 6 months of age! The judge raved about her BRIGHT fleece and fantastic consistent crimp! Her first shearing at 8 months produced a 16.3 micron AFD fleece with 100% comfort factor. WOW!

We are looking forward to seeing how this young lady develops. Her dam, Ishsha is known for producing phenomenal cria with perfect conformation, fantastically fine fleece, and consistent blankets. This is no surprise given Ishsha's lineage. She is the product of a Mister Antonio daughter, bred to El Nino producing an outstanding female who was then bred to Don Quixote leading to Ishsha. Legendary champions at every level of her pedigree and took a blue ribbon herself at 7 years of age.

We crossed these genetics with none other than Snowmass Moondance himself!

Yes, the First Place white two year old male in the 2010 Futurity.

Moondance's Dam, Snowmass Freedom is one of the most valued white females that Snowmass Alpacas has produced.
His maternal brother via Snowmass Freedom is Snowmass Defiance who won Supreme Champion in 2013 at the International Show. The excellence is most certainly heritable from this Grand Dam along side the others in his pedigree.

Fantastic genetics and a wonderful personality. Here at Sundrop, we breed for show quality excellence but treat all of our alpacas as family.

Bella is currently bred to Accoyo America Road Warrior for a spring 2019 cria.


First Place, Light Bred and Owned female, Rail Splitter Alpaca Show, 2016. Judge Diana Timmerman.
First Place, Two year old White Female. AOA National Show. 2018
First Place, Two year old White Female. Railsplitter Alpaca Show. 2018 Judge Sharon Loner
First Place, Two year old White Female. Illinois Alpaca and Fiber Fest. 2018 Judge Robin Nasemann

Financing Terms

0% interest on each alpaca. Minimum of 50% payment required on animals under $1,000 before they can leave the farm. Registration transfer after alpaca is paid in full. Financing up to one year. Alpaca over $1,000, 25% down and financing up to 2 years. Registration transfer after paid in full. Fiber animals (except Hagrid):


ARI# 35505013   D.O.B. 5/25/2019  (1 yr)
Huacaya, Male| White, Full Peruvian
B-I-N-G-O and Bingo is his name-O! Here he is, our first Second-generation bred and owned alpaca and we could not have asked for anything better. ...

Sundrop Alpacas - Bement, IL

He's the real deal

Updated 4/1/2019