Odin Falls Alpacas

Breeding Champions to Champions In the Pursuit of the Perfect Alpaca


First Place & Color Champion

Snow Diamond MinervaBred

ARI# 32731729   D.O.B. 6/2/2014  (4 yrs)  (Due Date: 6/30/2019)

Huacaya, Female (Bred), Proven | White

Sire: Crescent Moon's Elite's Crescendo | ARI# 32731729  | White |
Dam: Crescent Moon's Misstify | ARI# 30842403  | BG 
Service Sire: Crescent Moon's Accoyo Augustine 
| ARI# 32156355  | Medium Fawn 

We bought this little beauty when she was just 9 months old. We picked her out of an impressive herd of juveniles. She just stood out from the rest with her perfectly boxed frame, and her flawless conformation. At her first sheering she came in at 16.6 microns !!!! Wow, not only is she fine, but she is incredibly dense. What a handle, you really need to feel it too appreciate it.
Minerva comes from impressive blood lines like her sire, Crescent Moon's Elite's Crescendo. Crescendo has been proven to produce Champions and Blue Ribbon winners. Her dam, Crescent Moon's Misstify, is a Champion and 6X Blue Ribbon winner. Her Grandfather is the 2X Champion, El Biento.
Minerva's first time out in the show ring produced a Blue Ribbon and the Color Champion. Good Job!!!!!
We have a lot of hope for this girl, look for her in the show ring this year.
For Minerva's first breeding, we're looking at Snowmass Defiance. WOW!


1st place, White Yearling Female, 2015 Northwest Alpaca Showcase.1 of 10.
Color Champion, White Yearling, 2015 Northwest Alpaca Showcase
2nd place, White Yearling Female, 2016 AOA Nationals
3rd place, White Yearling Female, 2016 Alpacapalooza
2nd place, White Yearling Female, 2016 GWAS
1st Place, Alpaca Breeders Invitational, 2016


D.O.B. 6/20/2018 (Under 1 yr)
Huacaya, Female| Light Fawn
Sire: Crescent Moon's Accoyo Augustine
Dam: Snow Diamond Minerva

Odin Falls Alpacas - Redmond, OR

Crescendo & Defiance Mix
ARI# 35039464   D.O.B. 6/5/2017 (1 yr)
Huacaya, Male| White, Unproven
Sire: Snowmass Defiance
Dam: Snow Diamond Minerva

Odin Falls Alpacas - Redmond, OR

Updated 8/2/2018