The legendary Silverado! This macho has produced many, many show winning offspring. Silverado is co-owned with our good friend Anthony Stachowski of Stachowski Alpacas in Mantua, Ohio. Silverado spends his summers in Vermont and his winters in Ohio.
Silver Symphony is a lovely alpaca with very dainty features. She has a beautiful head with heavy mascara and a thick, curly top-knot. Her colors are the classic tuxedo grey, but her leg coverage has ringlets and curls that will dazzle your eyes. She is top quality and a great mother. See the picture insert of her nursing a cria who can't get enough from his dam along with her own cria in June 2005. Her 2005 cria, Socosani's Greased Lightning, is a MSG male with no spots or off colors of black or grey - just your classic MSG tuxedo - perfect! She was re-bred to Socosani and gave us a repeat performance in female for 2006. Shallimar sold high at the Florida Auction, and Silver was re-bred to Silver Sterling our VERY SOFTEST grey macho for a spring 2008 cria, TB male (Richie Rich)now placing high in the show ring! See him at 2011 nationals!, sold. 2009 silver gave us Roya, another grey female out of Scott's Royal Gold.. sold Florida auction 2011. and several others of which I could not keep a single one on the farm! Silvers' blanket is solid grey, soft handle and exhibiting the density and structure of her famous peruvian sire, Silverado. On her dam's side is the infamous Karrington and Rhapsody in Blue - two top of the line chilean greys from the Stachowski breeding program. Silver has show presence and has taken the blue several times in her show career.
Silver Symphony can be bred to the male of your choice. I will be choosing her mate by the end of June, so if your considering that special proven grey female bred to the macho of your choice, you better hurry and confirm her! Silver Symphony is a top knotch dam, loves her crias, and will nurse two at once without a problem. She is an easy keeper and has not had any health issues or dystocia history.
Awards Received 1st Michigan International AlpacaFest 2003