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Robert and Suzie Radtke
450 N. 200 W.Willard, UT 84340
801-660-0724
801-660-0876, 801-475-5199
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Simply AMAZING!

Amazing lingering fineness! Champion

Sierra Bonita's Accoyo Escapade

Huacaya, Male, Proven | White

AOA# 32311938   D.O.B. 6/1/2011 (9 yrs)

Sire:
Accoyo America Polaris 
| AOA# 1201895  | White  |

Dam:
JLFA Michelangelo's Accoyo Caprese 
| AOA# 30432697  | White  |

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$2,500

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Description

What can we say about this young herdsire. Every time I step into his paddock my heart skips a beat!

GENETIC'S FINENESS BRIGHTNESS CONSISTENCY UNIFORMITY STAPLE
Escapade has it all.

Escaped is the spitting image of his sire, Accoyo America Polaris. Greg Mecklam said “Polaris is perhaps our densest, most uniform herdsire. A FULL-Accoyo son of El Nino and AAA Futurity Color Champion Pussywillow, he is a fusion of Caligula, Auzengate, and Accoyo dams Sunipani and Pucara.

Escapade’s dam JLFA Michelangelo’s Accoyo Caprese, a color champion herself, is the first female off spring of the elite, mulit Champion El Nino’s Accoyo Michelangelo. Caprese is a lustrous, bundling, typey Accoyo female with a MICRON OF 14.3! Caprese's maternal grandsire is Accoyo Amadeus, who has very limited full Accoyo genetics in the US, since he has been in Germany for many years. Caprese also has the distinction on winning the white fleece produce class at GWAS this year. Escapade won GWAS Color Champion white fleece and his little sister Sierra Bonita Accoyo Josephina took Reserve Champion in white fleece.

Daryl Krause of Amber Autumn Alpacas, who now owns his sire, Accoyo America Polaris, recently told me that Escapade is a genetic explosion waiting to happen. He thinks he will be a powerful herdsire that will produce outstanding offspring.

Only shown twice.

Awards

SWRAS 2013 Jude Anderson
SWRAS 2013 Jude Anderson
GWAS 2013 Diana Timmerman
GWAS 2013 Diana Timmerman

Updated 9/24/2018