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Epic Alpacas

Legendary Genetics and Modern Science Coming Together to Create Something Epic

Steve Aitchison
5273 Hornitos RoadCatheys Valley, CA 95306
209-769-1358
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Brienza in April 2018

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Certificate

Epic Alpacas Brienza di Ambrose

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Light Fawn

AOA# 35445333   D.O.B. 8/4/2017

Sire:
EON Ambrose of Milan 

7x Champ, 7x Champ - 50% Interest for Sale!

EON Ambrose of Milan

Huacaya, Herdsire (Male), Proven, Medium Rose Grey
ARI# 31750684 | DOB: 8/16/2012
Half-Interest Now Available!

As we refine our herdsire list, we’ve made the hard decision to let our share of ownership go in 7X Champion, six year old grey stud, Ambrose of Milan. We now have his genetics infused solidly in our herd going forward through his multiple daughters and a future stud replacement. It’s now time to let him keep working his magic for someone else’s herd. With his daughters now being old enough to breed, we’re excited to see what his next generation will produce!

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| AOA# 31750684  | Medium Rose Grey 

Dam:
JVA Brenna Summer Solstice 

Maintained fineness, great mom!

JVA Brenna Summer Solstice

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Dark Brown
ARI# 32738612 | DOB: 6/22/2013
Brenna is simply gorgeous and will no doubt be a top producer of outstanding cria. At two years old she had maintained fineness with an AFD of 18.7

On May 28, 2016 Brenna had a beautiful true black female cria from our grey multi-champ, Sebie! Brenna is a great mom with lots of milk.

Brenna's 2017 cria is a beautiful tux fawn girl from our 7x Champ grey herdsire, Ambrose!

| AOA# 32738612  | Dark Brown 

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Description

Brienza is a beautiful young female with amazing brightness and softness in her fleece, along with a fabulous phenotype. Sired by 7X Champion Ambrose, she's got all the makings of a superb female for any colored breeding program!

Awards

2018 CALIFORNIA CLASSIC - HALTER
2018 CALIFORNIA CLASSIC - WALKING FLEECE

Updated 3/4/2019