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National ShorthornPlus Show winners named

Growing interest in the ShorthornPlus show was evident at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky., on Nov. 13. Brett Barber of Channing, Texas, evaluated the 52 junior heifer entries followed by the open ShorthornPlus show where Brandon Callis of Brenham, Texas, evaluated the 56 heifers and five bulls.

In the junior show capturing Grand Champion Female honors with SULL HOT TAMALE 9036 was Nick Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. This March 6, 2009, born female was sired by SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET and named the Division IV Champion. The Right Direction daughter was also the Junior Show Champion Bred & Owned ShorthornPlus Female and claimed Supreme honors over all breeds in the junior show lineup. Sullivan also exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female with SULL JAYLYNN 0904. The March 3, 2010, born heifer calf was sired by SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET and awarded the Division I Champion title.

Other division winners in the junior ShorthornPlus heifer show:

Division I Reserve Champion Female--Candice 013X, owned by Kyle Delaplaine, Gettysburg, Pa.;

Division II Champion Female--SULL Blue Breath 0246 ET, owned by Nick Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa;

Division II Reserve Champion Female--Patton GF Annie Oakley012, owned by Kade Patton, Frankfort, Ind.;

Division III Champion Female--FG Kendra 926W, owned by Blake McOllough, Clarion, Iowa;

Division III Reserve Champion Female--TKA Star 42, owned by Jared Radcliffe, Weston, Wis.;

Division IV Reserve Champion Female--SULL Miss Blue Blooded ET, owned by Owen Weikert, Gettysburg, Pa.;

Division V Champion Female--SULL Blue Beauty 8523 ET, owned by Patrick O'Sullivan, Maple Lake, Minn.; and

Division V Reserve Champion Female--SULL Blue Betty 9159 ET, owned by Tyler Verbeck, Cambridge, Ill.

Following in the open show, Sullivan had a repeat win with SULL HOT TAMALE 9036, who was also the Division IV Champion Female. Exhibiting the Reserve Grand Champion Female and Reserve Division IV Champion was Owen Weikert of Gettysburg, Pa. with SULL MISS BLUE BLOODED ET. The April 14, 2009, female was sired by SULL BLUE BLOOD.

Other division winners in the open ShorthornPlus heifer show:

Division I Champion Female--SULL Jaylynn 0904, owned by Nick Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa;

Division I Reserve Champion Female--MF RF Rose 6X, owned by Cyclone Trace Cattle Co., Clarion, Iowa;

Division II Champion Female--SULL Blue Breath 0246 ET, owned by Nick Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa;

Division II Reserve Champion Female--Patton GF Annie Oakley012, owned by Kade Patton, Frankfort, Ind.;

Division III Champion Female--FG Kendra 926W, owned by Blake McOllough, Clarion, Iowa;

Division III Reserve Champion Female--Blue Rose 16W, owned by Christian Morris, Raymond, Minn.;

Division V Champion Female--KFSC Bell CityQueen 214W ET, owned by Torie Schwartz, Rossville, Ind.; and

Division V Reserve Champion Female--DMW Miss Paige 118, owned by Dav-Mar-Way Farms, Jerseyville, Ill.

In the ShorthornPlus bull show, Grand Champion Bull went to TLS AMERICAN RIDE 0S03, owned by Ty L. Sexton of Ainsworth, Iowa. The March 22, 2010 bull calf was sired by K-KIM BASELINE 80S ET. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was awarded to WHR Shorthorns of Van Alstyne, Texas, with WHR 9N25. The Nov. 14, 2009, bull calf was sired by SHO ME GOLD STONE 7C15V ET.

The mission of the ASA is to contribute to the profitability and quality of life of its members and their customers by maintaining, protecting the vulnerability and enhancing the value of the herd book and performance database for Shorthorn cattle. The ASA is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., and was founded in 1872 with herd book records going back to 1822. As one of the oldest American breed associations, the ASA provides services for more than 6,000 junior and senior members who register nearly 18,000 cattle annually. To learn more, contact the ASA office or visit www.shorthorn.org.



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