Lot 7: Corner Stone Trumpster 10N
Corner Stone Trumpster 10N
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Trumpster has been a joy to watch Grow, his depth of body and wideness over his top has brought many visitors to appreciate this bull and sort him to the top of bulls. His Ultra-sound data puts at the top for IMF and RIB for the entire sale. His maternal Brother Corner Stone Maximum 50M who was the top Ribeye bull of his group and was the top selling bull of our 2021 Sale for $18,500. Trumpster may rival his brother for claims of the best son of our up and coming donor SAV Emblynette 5823. 5823 has worked her way into the donor pen, due to her ability to stamp her progeny with fantastic phenotype and power. She is a direct Daughter of the $90,000 SAV Registry 2831 and the $1 million dollar legendary Dam SAV Emblynette 3301, who has countless high sellers and bulls in stud including SAV Drover 5611 at Select Sires.
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