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Annette & Brian Smith
1575 North Coats Road
Oxford, MI 48371
248 894 8515
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  8/19/2004
Heritage:   1/2 Chilean, 1/4 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registration Pending
Color:  Light Silver Grey




FO Birgitte's Tatiana Rose   


Dark Rose Grey, 820374


1/2 Accoyo & 1/2 Peruvian
She has a great confirmation.
Fiber that is fine, crimpy luxurious and excellent coverage. She is graceful and kind.

    Dark Silver Grey, 833179, 1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Other/Unknown  

Mafutu - meaning: strong, warrior....
He is absolutely handsome, dark silver gray fleece is very dense, soft and has definite definition. A balanced build, excellent fleece coverage, regal presence. Spirited...



  Micron Count
2005: AVG Diameter : 21.1

C Variation: 23.9%

C of V 23.9%

Standard Deviation 5.1



Sir Sympatico (Teko) Sold!

Listed by Annette & Brian Smith of Oxford, MI

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Tiko , for short, is a beautiful, 1/4 Accoyo, light silver gray future herdsire. He is what his name indicates. "Sympatico" is an Italian word meaning "handsome." His fleece has uniform crimp, with excellent density and a very noticeable sheen. He inherited his dam's excellent over-all conformation with a captivating top-knot from sire. Tiko is from generations of BLUE RIBBON winners. His sire is Eclipse Alpaca's Mafutu who is a multiple Blue Ribbon winner in large competitions such as the AOBA National, etc. His grandsire is Danko (formerly of Patagonia) and Danko's many, many Blue Ribbon offspring speaks for itself. Tiko's mother, who is DRG, is a Blue Ribbon winner and his grandsire is a mulitple Blue Ribbon winner and AOBA Champion---Alianza Peruvian Choco (currently owned by Alpacas of America). His great-grandsire needs no introduction given the multiple Blue Ribbons won by his progeny and his sale price this past Fall of $600,000. YES, Tiko is of the Royal Fawn bloodlines. And September 2005, Tiko claimed a Blue Ribbon in his first show, out of a class of 9. Tiko's dam has been a low maintenance mother, delivering three cria unassissted 3 years in a row and she has always produced plenty of milk. You need to see Tiko. Purchasing this future herdsire will add outstanding, diverse, coastal genetics to your breeding program

  Awards Received
2005 MIAF Halter - Blue Ribbon - 9 in a combined class of gray and rosegray. Youngest in the class.

Price: Sold




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2005 Blue Ribbon

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Fiber Crimp

This listing was last updated on 2/15/2006 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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