Wasake's sports a powerful frame, on strong, straight legs, a good bite, and proportional. His fleece carries bright deep black, consistency though out, with a 4 inches staple that is crimped stem to end.
SD of 4.69 and AFD of 23.3, 8.7 pounds gross shear, with 2.4 micron between the minimum and maximum micron, and 100mm staple at age three explains why 60% is blanket.
Wasake settled his first in 2011 and the results would make anyone take notice, three females, dense, well bundled with crimp, and very soft, with good conformations and bright bright black. Aside from color, all three look identical which is amazing seeing they come from three different females and three different lines.
Wasake continued his production of true black females into the 2013 birthing season with the first two on the ground females. That is 5 for 5 females. His next two were boy - but what boyzzz!