Stud Profiles

We believe that Forestglen Seth is one of the best fawn huacaya males we have ever seen and we are proud to share with you the background story of this truly remarkable alpaca stud male. We welcome you to join us as we look through some of the special features leading to his breeding success.

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Impressive as a young male

It was easy to see that even as a youngster he was always going to be an outstanding stud male for the future. His rich medium fawn, ultra fine fleece (15.6 microns at first shearing), was a hallmark of his super fine genetics.

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Elegant as an intermediate

Arriving in New Zealand as an intermediate he immediately impressed all who saw him. His second fleece (16.8 microns) had already been put aside to be entered into the first International Alpaca Fleece Show, in Sydney, Australia, where it went on to win the Supreme Champion
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Stunning as a senior

As he matured into his third fleece (17.2 microns) he really began to grown out into a big boy. He has since developed a very solid frame, with excellent conformation and the stature of a classy looking stud male.

Forestglen Seth the Background

Forestglen Seth – the background

Born in 2006 at the Forestglen Alpaca Stud in New South Wales, Australia, Forestglen Seth is the result of many years of intensive breeding by Maureen Carey in her efforts to breed fine fleeced, high quality fawn alpacas

Supreme Champion Fleece

Supreme Champion Huacaya Fleece

Forestglen Seth was awarded Supreme Champion Huacaya Fleece at the first International Fleece Show, held in Sydney, Australia in March 2008. A wonderful award in its’ own right but for a medium fawn alpaca, this is truly an outstanding achievemen.

FGS as a world chapion

World Class Stud Male

Forestglen Seth is a well known and highly regarded huacaya stud male, with all the international credentials to back it up. He is a unique stud male with a world class track record.