Lot 2: SAC Madame Pride 3051

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Lot 2: SAC Madame Pride 3051

AAA: 20693048

SAC Madame Pride 8051 x SAV Panther 1906


A clean made heifer with great extension and length. She has that polished look which catches the cattleman’s eye, in addition to her solid foundation and smooth stride. This doll of a heifer is paternal sister to Lot #1, SAC Pride 3200. Her Elation maternal sister was the dam of Doc Ryan sired 2022 Belles of the Grade Lot #4, SAC Madame Pride 2851, purchased by Herbster Angus. Her proven Baldridge Colonel dam, SAC Madame Pride 8051, puts the right amount of spice into the 3051’s lineage by adding the Isabel Y69 cow family, the mother who will go down in history as one of the top Angus producers ever.

8051 is averaging 70lb birthweight on five calves, and records WR 3/105. This footnote can’t forget to mention the royal lineage back to 3 rd dam, 5290, who has 17 daughters working in the SAV herd, and 127 progeny averaging over $12k in past SAV Sales, later owned by Mohnen Angus, which has went on to be very successful in their donor arsenal.

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