Now it’s the Grandchildren
Forestglen Seth’s legacy lives on as the grandson and granddaughters start to make their mark in the show ring. Many of them are still only youngsters but already some have shown tremendous potential.
We are excited about the consistently positive fleece traits being displayed by these youngsters, as we move ever closer to achieving our breeding goals.
Outstanding amongst these youngsters has to be Waratah Flats Hat Trick, who has impressed all that meet him. He has everything we are seeking in a huacaya male – super fine micron (17.9u at 3 years), fine high frequency crimp (curve of 71.5 at 3 years), a lovely soft handle and lustre to die for. If you wanted any proof about the consistent pedigree of the Forsetglen Seth family line, then look at this male – he will impress.
Q TAZ Macho Man is a Seth grandson, out of Q TAZ Donnatella, who has made us very proud. Macho was awarded many age group and colour Championships. In 2012 he won Champion Intermediate Male at the Waikato Show and then went on to win the award for Best Coloured Huacaya of the Show. He won three Supreme Champion titles in his show career. Macho is now producing fantastic looking cria for us. His progeny exhibit dense, well structured and mostly coloured fleeces, even when he is put to light coloured dams. He is an integral part of our breeding programme and we are thrilled with the quality of his cria.
Q Taz Calendar Girl is as pretty as a picture, Calendar girl is a Seth granddaughter out of Q TAZ Raindrop. At the 2013 National Show Cally won her large class of spectacular brown junior females. Her fleece was highly aligned and very lustrous. Calendar Girl was sold to Sweden where she is adored by her new owners. She is a female to be proud of.