Talisman has three male offspring that have taken Supreme Color Championships that I know of. One of his males named (Show Time) owned by AOBA National Judge Wade Gease, has 92 Follicles/SQMM, SP 12.1 4 of 4 glands and a primary to secondary variation of just 6.4 microns. The other Supreme Champion is London Dairy Giovanni a medium fawn male and Misty Ridge Macalister who at TxOLAN a level 5 show brought home 1st in halter 1st in bred and owned Color Champion in Halter and Supreme Color Champion.
Talisman is a very fine cross between Hemingway - Accoyo Nautilus and a Accoyo Vengador daughter. He has a Hemingway style crimp pattern at 10 crimps per inch. Despite his fine crimp style, he has a long staple length, and excellent density and brightness. He carries himself well on a moderately large frame and has a majestic Shere Khan style head. In January 2008 Dr Norm Evans conducted a skin and fiber evaluation on Talisman, his comments follow: Accoyo America Talisman shows a density of 71.5 follicles SQ MM of skin and a S/P on 25 fiber clusters of 12.9 to 1. These stats are 50% above the average that I have observed. The density is very unique as demonstrated by the outline where we see symmetrically structured triads of fiber clusters. Bind clusters are most common. This trait should be highly genetic and desirable. The 40X view shows very tight symmetrical fiber clusters. The 250X view shows awesome gland presence with near 100% secondary medullation. The average of 100 secondary medullated fibers was 21.8 microns which is highly genetic and desirable. The average of 50 primary fibers was 27.1 microns. Accoyo America Talisman is loaded with powerful highly genetic traits. The primary to secondary fiber variation average 5.3 microns which is excellent
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