Lot 10: WMS Blackcap May 1010
WMS Blackcap May 1010
*An absolute hidden gem - fancy, showy, and broody fall heifer. WMS Blackcap May 9010’s first calf with endless potential sired to Vermilion Bomber F818 (a Casino Bomber N33 son) with excellent production EPDs -- 8 EPD categories in the top 10% -- including top 10% BW, WW, Milk; top 2% $M; and top 1%$W.
*1010’s Baldridge Colonel dam, WMS Blackcap May 9010, is a new donor to SAC in 2021 owned with Crossroads Cattle Co. She’s a royal heritage treat being a direct daughter of the famous pathfinder SAV May 2397, and direct line to the multi-million dollar producer, Baldridge Isabel Y69, known for structural soundness, eye appeal, and foot and udder quality. 9010’s docility is unmatched -- she’s as tame as a petting zoo pony, perfect footed, and easy fleshing. Maternal, maternal, maternal!
*Record setting $580k grandsire, Baldridge Colonel C251, brings a complete outside the box pedigree to the table loaded with a never seen before muscle pattern. EPD excellence across the board with outcross mating flexibility creates a tool for nearly any cowherd. Where he sets himself apart from most heavy muscled bulls is his athletic stride and comfort in his skeleton.
*Elite pathfinder grand-dam, SAV May 2397, has produced multiple AI stud sons, including $200k SAV Angus Valley 1867 and $92.5k SAV Brave 8320. She is the third top income-producing cow in SAV history with $1.7 million in direct progeny sales on 97 progeny averaging over $17k. One noted progeny being the famous matriarch SAV Blackcap May 4136.
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