Full Alianza
Maple Brook Bravado

Huacaya, Herdsire (Male), Proven | White

ARI# 833417, D.O.B. 9/4/2001, Full Peruvian

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Sire: Peruvian Bueno G173 ARI# 117889 White  
Dam: NWA LTD Marcie ARI# 155908 White  


It is with great sadness that I write, Bravado pasted away towards the end of 2018. He will be forever loved and we will forever be appreciative for all he did for our herd and many others. He was an amazing alpaca in all aspects and will be greatly missed! His girls have been our foundation! He is the first Herdsire we ever purchased!

This is the very same Bravado who when bred to a girl we sold from our herd "Primera Dama" they produced The "Alpaca Palace's Houdini" !!!!! No introduction needed of course.

Use the herdsire that Ian Watt says "will upgrade your girls to ELITE STATUS"!

Champion is in his blood. Maple Brook Bravado is a blue ribbon, color champion-winning son of the infamous Bueno, and a grandson of the legendary Hemingway. Both of these males in his pedigree have contributed immeasurably to the North American herd and Bravado is now doing his part to live up to his famous lineage.

Bravado is a full Alianza herdsire and is densely covered in that fine, characteristic Alianza fleece. At his third shearing, his micron count was 18.9! A testament to how well he is maintaining his fineness with age. In 2008 his micron count is still only 21 microns. As you would expect, his fleece is extremely soft and bright and is beautifully bundled. His coverage is uniform and extensive, and his conformation is perfect. Along with his other strong traits, Bravado seems to be passing his gentle disposition on to his offspring. The cria Bravado has on the ground are quite impressive and are bound to be show-stoppers.

Bravado's sire, Bueno, has won more "Get of Sires" than any male in the country, according to Mike and Robin Tierney of Maple Brook Farm. His breedings now sell for $10,000 each and are extremely limited. Hemingway is no longer available for outside breedings. Both Bueno and Hemingway have produced hundreds of award winning cria. The combination of these bloodlines creates proven genetic potency for the next generation, which is evidenced in Bravado and his progeny.

Bravado is proudly co-owned with Dr. Wayne Jarvis of Sixth Day Farm in Holley, NY. He and his cria can be seen at their farm or at Morgan's Fortunato Farm.

Awards Received
Blue Ribbon 2002 Coastal Classic
Color Champion 2002 Coastal Classic
Blue Ribbon MAPACA 2005 Mature White Male


Blue Ribbon 2002 Coastal Classic
Color Champion 2002 Coastal Classic
Blue Ribbon MAPACA 2005 Mature White Male