ESTATES SINGING BROOK
Medium Rose Grey
Bred Date: 11/7/2017
- Sire's Sire: HVLA LEGACY'S ELDORADO
- Sire: CHIEF GREY FEATHER
- Sire's Dam: MATALYN
- Dam's Sire: BISTURI
- Dam: BISTURI'S SPLENDER
- Dam's Dam: 180 SPIRIT OF HUASITA
- Service Sire: PATAGONIA'S CHIEF
Financing options D – 34% Down (Interest Rate Prime +1) 24 monthly payments
Consigned by: Alpaca Country Estates Ranch and Bed & Breakfast
Estates Singing Brook is a Stylish Rose Grey girl that offers everything you could want in a grey alpaca! She is a 7th generation grey and has a great, strong build. Singing Brook is maturing beautifully with a soft, lovely handle, bundling, wonderful coverage, density and a knockout head.
Singing Brook is sired by Chief Grey Feather, an outstanding, fine and dense, silver grey home-grown male whose genetics have already made a statement with many blue ribbon winners and champions. Chief is a Get of Sire 2nd place winner (in competitions against white), who produces fine, bright, soft handle of fleece with a long staple length. Grey Feather's sire is a dark silver grey, HVLA Legacy's El Dorado. His dam, Matalyn is a true black 4Peruvian Matador daughter and dynamite foundation female (who is a ribbon winner herself).
Singing Brook's dam is Bisturi's Splender, a 2x Color Champion, superb producer of grey and black, and daughter of the legendary Bisturi. If you are looking to add incredible grey genetics to your herd, Singing Brook is not to be missed!
Estates Singing Brook was bred 11/27/2017 to True Black, 4x Champion Patagonia's Chief. The assessment from Amanda Vandenbosch states that Chief has an excellent strong frame, good handle with uniformity of micron, color, and length of fiber. Chief is the son of our Patagonia's Lennox and Patagonia's Allegra. Patagonia's Chief has sired multiple champions (including the IAO 2014 Supreme Champion), showing he is following in his parent's footsteps, as a proven Champion Producer. Chief's crias so far have had beautiful structure and uniformity, retained fineness, and consistency within their fiber.