We are honored to have Golden Legacy in our herdsire lineup! Golden Legacy's bloodlines tell of his genetic history that is rich in the BEST of the ELITE. His sire, Legacy Gold, sold for $500,000 at the Snowmass Alpaca Auction in Phoenix. His grandfather, the late 4Peruvian Legacy, is THE highest selling alpaca EVER selling only half interest for $750,000...not just once but twice! Golden Legacy's full brother sold at the Snowmass Auction for $51,000 and the list of his 1/2 brothers (Legacy Gold sons) reads like the list of who's who in the alpaca champion show world...fine examples are Invincible and Archangel! Julie Skinners comments about Snowmass Golden Legacy: "One of our all time best looking color breeding packages, Snowmass Golden Legacy has simply superb conformation and carries one of the finest, densest Vicuna style fleeces that is truly remarkable."
Golden Legacy's fleece stats so far: 2004- 16.3/ 4.1/ 25.2/ 1.5% Grid (1 year) 2012- 26.8/ 5.2 SD/ 19.3 CV (9 years old) 2015 ready to send in. He is steadily getting more and more fine again with his diet of grassy hay and pasture!!
I am currently waiting for his cria with our Judges Choice Bay Black girl, Raindrop! I am actually hoping this will be a boy as I am sure he will be a keeper!!! **UPDATE** Raindrop delivered a GORGEOUS dark fawn GIRL who has grey too!! I can't wait to get her shorn this spring!!
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I am currently offering Golden Legacy for the same price as one regular breeding to him!! For $1,500 you can keep him on your farm and breed him to as many girls as you like!!! He is a very well mannered boy and is no trouble at all, even with the yearling males! All while really being quite the ladies man and getting his job done when asked!! You will be hard pressed to find a Snowmass male for this price anywhere! His price only reflects his age and my desire to make sure he has plenty girlfriends plus I am keeping 2 of his daughters myself! I would like to retain 3 breedings to him if possible.