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Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm & Shop

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Mike & Natalie Burger
35 Newton AvenueBranchville, NJ 07826
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May 2011

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High Voltage's Silver Sparkle

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 31303378   D.O.B. 10/30/2008 (12 yrs), 3/4 Peruvian

Royal Peruvian High Voltage 
| AOA# 30424340  | Med Silver Gray  |

Royal Peruvian Merit  
| AOA# 805058  | Dark Brown  |
Service Sire:
Our Peruvian Hachiko 

Simply Stunning Crias!

Our Peruvian Hachiko

Huacaya, Herdsire (Male), Proven, Beige, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31794251 | DOB: 6/1/2010
Sired by MFI Peruvian Jericho, who needs no introduction, with 1362 Peruvian Honeybelle as a dam. For those of you that are pedigree aficionados, yes this is the same pairing that produced Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah. His pedigree is a great combination of some of the classic original Peruvian imports, Bueno, Don Julio and Inca's Ransom.

This is a very dense, fine male on the classic huacaya frame. He has exceptional conformation, with big bone and the square proportions we like to see. H...
| AOA# 31794251  | Beige 

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This combination of our AOBA blue ribbon winner with Royal Peruvian High Voltage sure set sparks flying. Sparkle stands out and never fails to catch the eye of our visitors. This is an amazing silver girl.

She is conformationally faultless with extremely dense, silky fleece. She has exceptional balance to her frame which is perfectly proportioned. A very level topline, extremely straight legs and a lovely head.

Her fleece is very consistent in color and she shows the style of the traditional gray to perfection. She has lovely crimp throughout, with a generous staple length and a wonderful handle.

Silver Sparkle's dam is one of our AOBA blue ribbon winning females, who consistently produces high quality offspring. She is a 4Peruvian Chaval daughter in a rich dark brown. Her sire is award winning Royal Peruvian High Voltage standing at Chagrin Valley Alpacas. High Voltage is the son of Snowmass Peruvian Cassanova, out of Bueno and a 5Peruvian Silverado daughter.

Silver Sparkle's first cria was a true black male out of Snowmass Royal Moonlight. She is bred to Challenger's Best Man for a spring cria this year. Best Man is a true black male out of the legendary Challenger's Legend of KPR.


3rd Place NJ Alpaca Classic, 2009
2nd Place NJ Alpaca Classic Spin-Off, 2009

Financing Terms

We pride ourselves on being flexible to the needs of our customers. We are willing to consider flexible financing for your livestock purchase. Regardless of the financing arrangements, Hidden Pastures reserves the right to maintain possession of the the livestock until 50% of the contracted amount is paid. Hidden Pastures will board your livestock for 90 days, without cost to the new owner. After 90 days, livestock is boarded at a rate of $4 per day. Buyer is responsible for any transportation costs. We are happy to recommend reputable transporters. Breeding offered on the Open Herd auction are for drive by breeding service. Full service breeding with agistment is available for an additional fee. We are also happy to accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express for your purchases and payments.


ARI# 32809039   D.O.B. 5/14/2013  (7 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Dark Silver Grey, Unproven
Sire: Challenger's Best Man
Dam: High Voltage's Silver Sparkle
Wedded Bliss is out of Challenger's Best Man, a Legend's Challenger son. Our first impression is that she is a true black, however, after several mon...

Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm & Shop - Branchville, NJ

ARI# 32809039   D.O.B. 5/14/2013  (7 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Dark Silver Grey, 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean, Unproven
Sire: Challengers Best Man
Dam: High Voltage's Silver Sparkle
A solid modern silver grey female out of our silver grey female, Silver Sparkle and Challenger's Best Man, a bay black with a silver lineage. Bliss...

Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm & Shop - Branchville, NJ


Updated 3/1/2018