saucony photo

Lost Creek Saucony

 

ILR # 274717

female  b. 11-30-2006

Sky Rocket x Ramblin’ Rosie

~ ~ ~ SOLD !!! ~ ~ ~

Congratulations to Jackson Hole Llama Trekking!

Saucony matured at 46" and most unfortunately, has her dam's belief that there is no such thing as too much food. Fortunately she's also inherited stength and flawless conformation from both parents.

Saucony is a full sister to Credo (PLTA MPL certified) and Klahowya. Saucony's standard coat is THE most practical for a working llama because it is so extremely fast to groom while leaving adequate insect and weather protection year-round. It is not common to find such a coat anymore, especially not on a superior working body such as Saucony’s. Saucony's relatives also have flawless reproductive and maternal traits.

BUT ... (life always throws curve balls) ...

We ended up with not one, but two very closely related young stud prospecst and two closely related young females (one of each is from Highlight, the only stud we have who is unrelated to Saucony) ... and our other mature stud, Troubadour, is a half-sib to Saucony. You can see where this was going.

Saucony is much too nice a llama to live a primarily-pasture-only-life here. We had finally decided to breed her once ourselves and then find her an appreciative breeding home, but (longer story cut short) we realized Saucony much prefers exploration and adventures — and we couldn't stand in the way of her self-actualization. Saucony is now part of Jackson Hole Llama Trekking's all-female pack llama crew. Actually, we kind of envy her new job!

“Saucony” is derived from a Native American word meaning “swiftly running waters”. It is also the name of a company that primarily manufactures running shoes. Our Saucony is a runner for sure — in fact, it was rare to see her walk until she finally got old enough that the adult llamas let her know she needed to control her rambunctious self!