Open Angus Show – Official Release
October 29, 2011
Angus exhibitors compete in the 2011 American Royal Roll of Victory Show
Jeff Sargent of Denison, Texas, sorted through the females, cow-calf pairs and bulls in the 2011 Super Point Roll of Victory Open Angus Show held Sat., Oct. 29 in Hale Arena.
Grand Champion Angus Female was exhibited by Margaret Spencer of Gibbon, Neb., with GF Evening Tinge 1X. She was first selected as the Champion Junior Yearling Heifer and is sired by Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C. Ayres Alexenia 440, a daughter of Ayres Montana Upgrade 248, led by Trista Bates of Manhattan, Mont., was selected as the Reserve Grand Champion Angus Female. This female was also the Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Heifer.
EXAR Blackcap 1703, shown by Roye Stephens of Breckenridge, Texas, was chosen as the Champion Junior Heifer Calf. She is sired by Dameron First Class. Winning reserve champion in the same division was Copper Crk Lutton Lady 1122, shown by Copper Crk Canyon Cattle Co. of Winchester, Ind., and sired by EXAR Lutton 1831.
Champion Senior Heifer Calf was Champion Hill Georgina 7791, led by Avery Bates of Manhattan, Mont. She is a daughter of SAV Iron Mountain 8066. EXAR Queen 3710, is a daughter of EXAR Lutton 1831, exhibited by Kassandra Pfeiffer of Orlando, Okla., was selected as the Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf.
In the intermediate heifer division, Kingsway Miss Molly 159, shown by Megan Hunker of Bellevue, Ohio, was selected as champion. She is sired by Plainview Lutton E102. Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer, Sankeys Gal 028, was exhibited by Sydney Schnoor of Chowchilla, Calif. She is sired by Sankeys Lazer 609 of 6N.
In the final heifer division, McCurry Miss Wix 9081 was chosen as the Champion Senior Yearling Heifer. She is sired by Marands M-W Assassin 518 and was shown by Jackson Wingert of Ottawa, Kan. Winning reserve champion in the same division was TCC Ramblin Cashmere, sired by Jacee’s Ramblin Fever 303R, and shown by Haley Holder of Olustee, Okla.
Moving next to the cow-calf show, there was a single entry named champion, G 13 Princess 9009, a daughter of G 13 Encore who was exhibited by Greg Smith of Elida, N.M.
In the bull show, Express Ranches of Yukon, Okla., Ward Ranch of McAlester, Okla., and Willow Springs Ranch of Prairie Grove, Ark. owned EXAR Wanted 9732B, the Grand Champion Bull. He was first selected as Senior Yearling Champion and is a son of EXAR Lutton 1831. Dameron First Impression was selected as the Reserve Grand Champion Bull. First Impression first won the intermediate bull division. He is sired by SAV Brilliance 8077 and is owned by Express Ranches, Seldom Rest Farms of Niles, Mich., and Dameron Angus Farm of Lexington, Ill.
MCM Joe Kidd 102, a son of Northern Improvement 4480 GF, shown by Caleb Smith of Whitestown, Ind., was selected as the Champion Junior Bull Calf. Winning reserve in the same division was Sankeys Justified 101. He is sired by Sankeys Lazer 609 of 6N and was shown by Chris and Sharon Sankey of Council Grove, Kan.
Senior Bull Calf Champion was awarded to Silveiras Watchout 0514, a son of BC Lookout 7024, and was led by Silveira Bros of Firebaugh, Cali. Checkermill Storm X19, shown by Clayton Smith of West Plains, Mo., was chosen as the Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf Champion. He is a son of TC Aberdeen 759.
Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull went to G 13 Entrepreneur, a son of G 13 Encore. He is owned by Greg Smith of Elida, N.M.
SSCO Dateline TwentyTen X003 was chosen as the Champion Junior Yearling Bull. The son of WMR Dateline 210 was shown by Avery Bates. Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Bull, PVF Dameron Currency 0023, is owned by Prairie View Farm of Gridley, Ill., Dameron Angus Farm of Lexington, Ill., and Rocklin Farms of Rockbridge, Ill. He is the Jan. 13, 2010, son of OSU Currency 8173.
Winning reserve in the senior division was G 13 Entail, the son of G 13 Encore. He is owned by Greg Smith.
Additionally Greg Smith exhibited the Champion Junior Get of Sire and Get of Sire, while Express Ranches showed the Champion Breeders Six Head.
The American Royal, Kansas City’s longest running show, has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. During September, October and November, more than 250,000 people attend the American Royal. For more information about the American Royal Angus shows, contact Shelia Stannard at 816-383-5152 or [email protected].