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INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS NAMED IN HOUSTON

Judge Jon DeClerck, Lubbock, Texas evaluated the entries at the International Simbrah Show, held in conjunction with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The show drew entries from Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas.

The grand champion female of the show was Smith Paul Smiling Times, a daughter of McCrary Smith Inspired and owned by Cody Labry, Orange, Texas. She was the junior champion on her way to the overall title. The reserve grand was from the calf division, BCC Lady Cajun, a daughter of 6G/LMC Rajin Cajun, exhibited by Luke Gonzalez, Poteet, Texas.

The grand champion bull was 3JP Who Dat, a son of LN LMC 12th Man Y238 and he was the calf champion on his way to the overall title. He is owned by Pool Farms, Henderson, Texas. La Muneca Cattle Co., Linn, Texas saw their entry, LMC San Pepe 5F/96 take the reserve overall honor and the reserve calf title. The winner was sired by J7N LMC Adelante A51.

The reserve heifer calf title went to Victoria Saunders, Golden, Texas with a daughter of LMC Gold Medal 5Z/75. The intermediate champion female title was won by Saunders also with a daughter of LMC BBS Bingo 5B/3. The reserve intermediate honor went home with Braxton Butler, Berclair, Texas with a daughter of Smith Satisfies and Baring Cattle Co. , Elmendorf, Texas won the reserve junior honor with a daughter NF Smith Sargeant. Zachary Mills, DeKalb, Texas took the senior female banner with a daughter of Smith Nu Approach, while Mia Barba, Rosharon, Texas won the reserve in that division with her daughter of LMC MM Dr Red Duke 106B.

Other winners in the bull show included Baring Cattle Co., Elmendorf, Texas with a son of J7N Payload winning the intermediate title. Jacob Friedrich, Zabcikville, Texas took the junior division with his Smith SWFS Divas Nu Mark son and JV Cattle Co., and Damion Moreno, Winnie, Texas won the reserve in that division with a son of KSSR Milestone.

Smith Genetics, Giddings, Texas won the get-of-sire honor on progeny of Smith Satisfies and Golden Star Simbrah won the best three head award.

Cody Labry saw his entry of Smith Paul Smiling Times win the International Simbrah Grand Champion Female honor. Luke Gonzalez exhibited BCC Cajun Lady to the International Simbrah Reserve Grand Female title.
Pool Farms won the International Simbrah Grand Champion Bull award with 3JP Who Dat. La Muneca Cattle Co. won the International Simbrah Reserve Grand Champion Bull title with LMC San Pepe 5F/96.
   

SIMBRAHS COMPETE FOR NATIONAL TITLES

Simbrah breeders converged on San Antonio for the annual National Simbrah and National Percentage Simbrah Shows on February 11th. Pasquale Swaner drew the task of evaluating the 103 head of purebreds and percentages.
In the purebred show, Cody Labry, Orange, Texas saw his heifer Smith Paul Smiling Times take the junior honor on her way to winning the overall grand title. She is a daughter of McCrary Smith Inspired. Gabriella Ramirez, Linn, Texas won the reserve junior title and was also selected as the reserve grand champion overall. The female, LMC Honey Bun 5E 43 is a daughter of BETM LMC Rafa.
            Jessica Willey, LaVernia, Texas exhibited the National Grand Champion Bull, KDJJJ Firewalker, a LMC Rhino 5W/367 son. He was the calf champion in the purebred show. Smith Genetics, Giddings, Texas and Hensgens Brothers, Rayne, Louisiana saw their entry, Smith Hensbro Triumph, a son of Smith Secret To Success take the reserve calf and reserve grand overall title.
            Heifer calf champion honors went to Smith Genetics with Smith Diva’s Dancing Queen, a daughter of Smith Made Solid and BCC Cajun Lady, a 6G/LMC Rajin Cajun daughter from Baring Cattle Company, Elmendorf, Texas was reserve in the division.
            Mackenzie Groce, Snook, Texas saw her TK/FCC Hard Body daughter, 5W Katie take the National Intermediate Champion title, while Hensgens Brothers took the reserve in the division with Hensbros Ms Spicy E765-1, a Nieschwietz Ambition Z20 daughter.
            Caleb Fuchs, Burton, Texas took the senior champion banner home with him with LMC SSC Catalina, a LN LMC 12th Man daughter. Cole Mau, Columbus, Texas was awarded the reserve senior champion honor with BBS Peggy Sue Walker, a LMC 3P So Johnny 5W/286 daughter.
            The intermediate champion bull title went to Baring Cattle Company with BBC Red Advantage, a J7N Payload son and Cochina Creek Ranch, Teague, Texas won that division’s reserve honor with 55E Coch Black Gold, a LMC Gold Medal son. Jacob Friedrich, Zabcikville, Texas completed the purebred bull show by winning the junior division with Smith Cupid, a Smith Prince Charming son.
            National Champion Get of Sire honors, went to the progeny of TK/FCC Hard Body and National Produce of Dam honors went to progeny of RGV LMC Dr. Beauty.
            In the percentage show Emily Ramzinski, Adkins, Texas won the senior division and grand champion female honors with BCC Alexandra, a daughter of WRS Promotion Z305, while Marshall Curl, McAllen Texas saw his entry of 3CC Crimson, a TK/FCC Hard Body daughter win the calf division and then go on to take the reserve grand title in the female portion of the show.
            Diana Garcia, Mission, Texas won the National Grand Champion Bull title with LBQR Ruger, a CMFM Explorer son from the calf division. Smith Genetics and 7N Ranch, Falls City, Texas took the reserve calf and reserve grand title with Smith 7N Savage, a Kappes Pendleton son.
Baring Cattle Company won the reserve heifer calf honor with BCC Lady Moon, a BCC Power Driver daughter. Elliott Mayson, Bertram, Texas took the intermediate champion female honor with BCC Morning Dew, a WRS Promotion daughter and Isabella Carrera, Rio Grande City, Texas took the reserve intermediate title with LMC Miranda 3E 169, a SVJ NJC Built Right daughter. Reserve senior champion honors went to Hallie Hackett with Smith McCrary So Good, a Smith Entitled N Red daughter.
            Jacob Antonio Saenz, Santa Elena, Texas exhibited the Intermediate champion, a CRCF Mr. Hoover son, TMC RCKN Black Label and Jacob Friedrich saw his entry of Smith Prince N Black, a Smith Prince Charming son take the senior champion honor.

 

Cody Labry exhibited the National Grand Champion Purebred Female.

Gabriella Ramirez exhibited the National Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Female.

Jessica Willey exhibited the National Grand Champion Purebred Bull.

Smith Genetics and Hensgens Brothers exhibited the National Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Bull.

Smith Genetics exhibited the National Purebred Heifer Calf Champion.

Baring Cattle Company exhibited the National Purebred Reserve Heifer Calf Champion.

Mackenzie Groce exhibited the National Purebred Intermediate Champion Female.

Hensgens Brothers exhibited the National Purebred Reserve Intermediate Champion Female.

Caleb Fuchs exhibited the National Purebred Senior Champion Female.

Cole Mau exhibited the National Purebred Reserve Senior Champion Female.

   

Cochina Creek Ranch exhibited the National Purebred Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull.

Jacob Friedrich exhibited the National Purebred Junior Champion Bull.

   

Emily Ramzinski exhibited the National Percentage Grand Champion Female.

Marshall Curl exhibited the National Percentage Reserve Grand Champion Female.

Diana Garcia exhibited the National Percentage Grand Champion Bull.

Smith Genetics and 7N Ranch exhibited the National Percentage Reserve Grand Champion Bull.

   

No photo available of the National Champion Purebred Intermediate Champion Bull.

 
   
   
   
   
 
 
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