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Bravo - 2010 Nationals BLUE ribbon!
April 2014 - Bravo profile (watching the girls as always!)

2013 female offspring - dam is Salt Creek's Midnight Sapphire

7 mo son at 2016 Futurity

Bravo's fiber

Bravo - 2009 Nationals - BLUE ribbon!

Fiber / Scientific Data

20123.1# blanket - awaiting Y-M fiber analysis - still incredibly crimpy and fine

2x National Blue Ribbon Winning GREY

Grand River BravoTrade

ARI# 31198066   D.O.B. 5/21/2008  (11 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Silver Grey, Dark Silver Grey, Light Rose Grey

1/8 Peruvian, 7/8 Chilean
Sire: Grand River Amstel  | ARI# 849320  | True Black 
Dam: Grand River Zurina | ARI# 1233759  | Beige |

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Sale Pending - Male is in quarantine for export.
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Back from his "assignment" in the Northeast and a Northern IL, Bravo completed his assignments and will be working his way back home after putting another light (or maybe medium?) rose grey female on the ground for a client! YAY!

Since we are really NOT a grey program, and we seem to be acquiring quite a few grey studs, we are offering this male up for trade or preferably sale. This would be a nice male for someone to add to their program. We have not used him extensively nor have we saturated his genetics to the point of "everyone has this". His sire AND grandsire are both Herdsire of the year winners. He is the very image of Danko (grey breeders know who this impact male is.) He is going up for auction soon at a very affordable price! He is sitting here unused and that is a shame.
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Throwing both classic silver and rose greys, as well as black, offspring has been no problem for this incredible stud. This is one male that just delivers the goods - truly an impact herdsire.
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This is a robust male with all the right "pieces". Yes, his ribbons say it all. But conformationally, he brings the correct foundation to your herd. Fast forward your foundation with Bravo.

For example - in conformation note the wide, full chest and the solid, strong back legs. The strong, boxy frame and correct "true to type" huacaya style is apparent in this male. All are necessary for breeding selection. These are the traits you look to pass on for future generations - these are tomorrow's building blocks. They are passed on in Bravo's offspring.

Then add the incredibly dense, yet fine (two blue ribbons AT NATIONAL LEVEL in FULL FLEECE!) to this frame and you have a "package" in … GREY. Or BLACK.

Go ahead. Breed it to brown, too. Or fawn. We aren't picky. Set yourself up for the next generation of grey after that. We get where you are headed…But you have to have the foundation to leap ahead of the others. Let Bravo take you there.

Bravo has more than a “who’s who” in his ancestry. Take a peek for yourself – and feel free to dream. We did. And then we purchased him for our breeding program. We recognize the exceptional pedigrees in this male – and we HAD to have him for our future generations. This is who helped create Bravo:

- Dark Shaddow (stunning male who simply needs no explanation as Reserve Extreme Herdsire of the Year)
- Grand River Amstel (son of Dark Shaddow, also an Extreme Herdsire of the Year)
- Danko (incredible grey male who needs no explanation)
- Crescent Moon’s Rayo Del Sol (son of Danko - both Futurity and Nationals champion)
- And the late Legacy (perhaps the grandmaster of them all)

Although Bravo appears to be modeled after his 8x champion grandsire, Rayo Del Sol, the breeders striving for q

Awards

- 2010 - AOBA Nationals - Full Fleece
- 2010 - Buckeye Alpaca Show - Ohio
- 2009 - AOBA Nationals - Full Fleece
Financing available.

Updated 5/31/2019