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"As proud as the South American liberator himself, Peruvian Accoyo Bolivar is one of the densest offspring of our premier Accoyo herdsire Vengador, yet without sacrificing fineness, character and luster. Bolivar is proud, upright, with solid bone and the perfect head of his sire. His sire, Vengador, won the Adult White Class in the 1995 AOBA show and has produced many show winners on the US show circuit. Vengador is renowned for his uniform fleece, at 19 microns at all three side locations. Bolivar's dam, Peruvian Accoyo Tayabamba, is one of our top producing females. Bolivar is the quality of male that can single handedly upgrade a breeding program." (Greg Mecklem, 2000) Bolivar's cria, Maple Brook Fallujah, sold at the AOBA National Auction for $89,000 to Libby & Larry Johnson of Likada Farm Alpacas. Bolivar's cria, Maple Brook Shabu, recently sold for $77,000 at the "Breeder's Edge Auction" in Leesburg, Virginia to Kim & Warren Shand, Windy Knoll Alpacas.