AWH Commandor's Ste. Mary 2013 combines 3 great bloodlines: Admiral's Commandor, Peruvian Torbio, and NGG Accoyo Apache II. She is a tall, substantial female with lots of room for crias, a great milk supply, and a lot of presence.
Ste. Mary's histograms show that she is consistent, and is staying at her average as she ages. What the histogram can't tell you, though, is how silky the handle of her fleece is, and how high the luster is. You have to feel that for yourself.
Her sire, Admiral's Commandor, has been knocking it out of the park in the show ring, bring home several Judge's Choice awards under Wings and a Prayer's expert breeding program. He consistently improves every female he touches!
Her dam, AWH Ste. Genevieve, is an Apache daughter I loved. Ste. Gennie gives Ste. Mary her stature and terrific capacity, as well as some amazing luster.
Mary is currently breeding to Sierra Bonita's Maccoyo Maximum for a summer 2021 cria. Max does fabulous white, particularly when he is bred to white with a high degree of Accoyo. You will love this cria, I am sure!