Lot 9: SAC Doc Reilly 2049
SAC Doc Reilly 2049
Sire: T/D Doc Ryan 049
Footnote: He’s a super complete, big sided Doc Ryan bull awarded for his winning combination of performance, phenotype, and docility. He’s the first calf out of a superb Governor daughter 0848 with great udder quality and maternally charged family line.
His maternal granddam, 8248 a 3240 daughter sired by Sensation, WR 3/99. Her 2021 born Altitude bull, SAC Altitude 1114, was a standout of his calf crop and retained as a herd sire at SAC. She also has a bull in this sale sired by Bloodline Lot #21.
Side Note: Doc Reilly, named after the family doctor that delivered Sam Scott and Abby (Scott) Ropers. As Rob would call him “Bubba”, has been a family pet. He’s been docile from day 1.
Shipping: Bulls are currently residing in Belgrade, Nebraska. Shipping options will be available after the auction ends. Scott Angus Cattle will be offering FREE DELIVERY on purchases within 250 miles of Belgrade, Nebraska (68623). Bulls will be kept after the sale, and buyers will be contacted for delivery schedule. Payment needs to be made within 14 days of Sale Ends Date to 'Sire Buyer'.
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