Waratah Flats King Kong
A beautiful dark fawn son of the famous Forestglen Seth, this male is a mirror reflection of his father. Soft, silky and highly lustrous this male is already making an impact in our herd.
|Sire||Forestglen Seth (MF)|
|Dam||Omaka Heights Czarina (MF)|
|Fleece||October 2014 – 1st fleece
16.1u, 2.4 SD and CF of 100%
November 2015 – 2nd fleece
15.6u, 2.1 SD and CF of 100%
October 2016 – 3rd fleece
18u, 2.9 SD and CF of 98%
November 2017 – 4th fleece
17.6u, 3.9 SD and CF of 96%
November 2018 – 5th fleece
19.3u, 3.8 SD and CF of 98%
|Price||Stud fees - NZ$1,000 + GST as a drive by mating, or mobile mating within 30 minutes drive of Waratah Flats.|
Waratah Flats King Kong is sired by our International Supreme Fleece Champion, Forestglen Seth, who at only 19u at 10 years of age has produced many high quality show winning champions.
While his dam is OH Czarina a daughter of the well known Silverstream Czar and she has an impressive breeding career of her own with many stud quality offspring. Currently she is still only 21.2u in her 8th fleece.
WF King Kong is another stunning son of Forestglen Seth (International Supreme Fleece Champion), who continues to display that super fine genetic heritage in his fleece which is only 19.3u in his 5th fleece. His mean average micron has only moved 3 microns in his first five fleeces, while also continuing to maintain excellent crimp style and high lustre.
WF King Kong’s fleece is a beautiful dark fawn, super soft to the handle, with a good crimp style. It has excellent uniformity which is reflected in his low SD readings, while still retaining good density and coverage.
His show results
Although competing with our many other classy fawn males, WF King Kong was successful as a junior before he came into his own as an intermediate.
|McKenzie Highland Show 2015||1st Mid/Dark Fawn Class
Champion Intermediate Male
Champion Fawn Male
Now standing at stud
WF King Kong is DNA tested and certified as a qualified AANZ breeding male. His first offspring have all been in the darker coloured range from fawn to brown. We are expecting more little King Kong’s in early 2020.