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AUGUST 2011

Texas Longhorn Trails (817) 625-6241• (817) 625-1388 (FAX) P.O. Box 4430 • Fort Worth, TX 76164 E-Mail: trails@tlbaa.org http://www.tlbaa.org

Staff VOL. 23 NO. 5

AUGUST 2011

Editor in Chief: Laura Standley • Ext. 105 laura@tlbaa.org

Contributing Editor: Henry L. King Advertising: Troy Robinett • Ext. 117 troy@tlbaa.org

Rick Fritsche •

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Graphic Design & Production Myra Basham, Art Director • Ext. 108 myra@tlbaa.org

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Multi-Media Designer/Photographer Coral Bucy • Ext. 109 coral@tlbaa.org

Feature Article: Scholarship Opportunites Help Students By Henry King ........................31-33

Articles: Division C Director Elections ........25 STLA Spring 2011 Field Day & Annual General Meeting ........................25 By Suzanne Perry

Departments: Officers & Directors..........................5 Message From The Chairman ........10 TLBT Update ................................11 Affiliate News ............................46-47 Movers & Shakers ......................48-49 Herd Management ..........................57 Ad Index ........................................59 Just For Grins ................................59 Save the Date ..................................60

Sales, Shows & Tours: Winchester Futurity Of The North ....8 Cattle Baron’s Premier Sale ................30 Millennium Futurity............................33

About the Cover: Wow is the perfect example of good old Longhorn Breeding:  Classic, Bold Ruler and Overwhelmer. He is 2030 lbs. of "gentle giant." He eats from my hands and gives me kisses!  He is an Ambassador for the Texas Longhorn with visitors from Norway, England, Africa, Canada, Japan, South America and Australia.  Lana Hightower, 17-year Texas Longhorn Breeder, TLBAA Judge and Board Member says, " Wow is the true perfect Texas Longhorn in conformation, color and horn." Wow clones are three bulls and two steers.  The bulls are now on the females, and we are experiencing great calves with conformation, color and horn.  The two steers are growing up to be big and gentle for us to enjoy. 

Regional Correspondents Lori Beeson • Nolensville, Tennessee Bonnie Damrow • Roca, Nebraska Paige Evans • Kiowa, Colorado Wanda Moore • Sulphur Bluff, Texas Bodie Quary • Prague, Oklahoma

Office Staff Special Events: Kim Barfield, Sales • Ext. 119 Pam Galloway, Shows • Ext. 106 Registrations: Dana Coomer • Ext. 116 Rick Fritsche • Ext. 107 Financial Services: Dawn LeBlanc • Ext. 121 Administrative Assistant: Amber LeBlanc • Ext. 100 The Texas Longhorn Trails (ISSN-10988432, USPS 016469) is published monthly by the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America, 2315 N. Main, Ste. 402, Fort Worth, TX 76164. Periodical Postage Paid at Fort Worth, TX. Subscription rates: $60 per year; foreign per year $75. Postmaster: Send address changes to: Texas Longhorn Trails, 2315 N. Main, Ste. 402, Fort Worth, TX 76164. Phone (817) 625-6241. Fax (817) 625-1388. Advertisers and advertising agencies assume liability for all content of advertisements printed and also assume responsibility for any claims arising from such advertisements made against the publisher. Publisher reserves exclusive rights to accept or reject advertising or editorial material submitted for publication in the Texas Longhorn Trails magazine. Articles and photos from this publication may be reprinted only with permission of the publisher.

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TLBAA Regions

DIVISION A ~ REGIONS 1-6

Chairman of the Board: Brent Bolen • (602) 769-0900

Secretary: Scott Simmons • (618) 729-2004

Executive Vice Chairman: Lana Hightower • (903) 963-7442

Treasurer: Gary Bowdoin • (254) 640-0844

1st Vice Chairman: Donnie Taylor • (936) 422-3155

Director: Steven Zunker • (210) 827-3940

2nd Vice Chairman: Dora Thompson • (318) 872-6329

Director: Terry King • (850) 956-4154

DIVISION B ~ REGIONS 7-12

DIVISION C ~ REGIONS 13-18

At-Large Director

At-Large Director

Nancy Dunn

Lana Hightower (903) 963-7442 glcattleco@aol.com

(405) 567-3093

At-Large Director

At-Large Director

At-Large Director

Brent Bolen

Rich Spooner

(334) 318-0887 nancydunn2010@windstream.net

Dora Thompson

At-Large Director

Steve Quary

(318) 872-6329 or (318) 871-6160 echoofambush@aol.com

(602) 769-0900 brent@tcmmasonry.com

(580) 320-4441 oxbowranch.spooner@yahoo.com

Region 1 - Director

Region 7 - Director

Region 13 - Director

Donnie Taylor

Ron Walker

L.D. McIntyre

(936) 422-3155 longhorn4t@msn.com

(308) 750-8384 or (308) 246-5600 tejas@mcintyreranches.com

Region 2 - Director

Region 8 - Director

Mark Stuck

Bernard Lankford

Region 14 - Director

(403) 548-6684

Jim Rombeck

(540) 752-6831 bcrstuck@hotmail.com

(817) 341-2013 MoriahFarmsBL@aol.com

(785) 799-3712 jrombeck@yahoo.com

Region 3 - Director

Region 9 - Director

Scott Simmons

Robert Richey

Region 15 Director

Region 4 - Director

Region 10 - Director

Carl R. Brantley

Gary Bowdoin

(618) 729-2004 ssimmons@copeplastics.com

Randy Briscoe

(325) 942-1198 r3ranch@aol.com

(405) 375-3090 Kingrjj@aol.com

Region 16 - Director

Doug Hunt

(336) 667-5452 TLBAA.Region4Director@yahoo.com

(254) 640-0844 Tonkawacattleco@aol.com

(435) 275-2112 ddlonghorns@hotmail.com

Region 5 - Director

Region 11 - Director

Terry King

Larry Smith

Region 17 - Director

Terry Fuhriman

(850) 956-4154 tklonghorns@centurylink.net

(281) 935-2811 texasslonghorns@aol.com

(208) 860-7430 terry@fuhrimanins.com

Region 6 - Director

Region 12 - Director

Region 18 - Director

Steven Zunker

Gene Juranka

Ray Beadle

(210) 827-3940 stevenzunker@msn.com

(337) 328-7258 longhorn@camtel.net

(408) 834-0110 rlbeadle@longfibre.com

CHARLES SCHREINER III*

MAURICE LADNIER

WALTER G. RIEDEL, JR.*

J.T. “HAPPY” SHAHAN*

RICHARD D. CARLSON

SHERMAN BOYLES

ROBERT RICHEY

J.G. PHILLIPS, JR.*

JOHN R. BALL

JOHN T. BAKER

BOB MOORE*

STEVEN ZUNKER

WALTER B. SCOTT

BILL ANTHONY

RIEMER CALHOUN, JR.

JOEL LEMLEY

JAMES WARREN

DR. L.V. BAKER

GLEN W. LEWIS

BEN GRAVETT

J.W. ISAACS*

DR. W.D. “BILL” CLARK

TIM MILLER

DR. FRITZ MOELLER

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TLBAA BREED ADVISORY COMMITTEE Chairman: Dr. Bob Kropp

Dr. Harlan Ritchie

Dr. Bill Able

Marshall Ruble

Dr. Charles McPeake

Dr. Scott Schaake

Oklahoma State University

Michigan State University

Northwestern Oklahoma University

Iowa State University

University of Georgia

Kansas State University

August 2011

Dr. Randall Grooms TAES Texas A&M University

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Darlene Aldridge, DVM • John Parmley Proud Member of the TLBAA

8405 FM 1361 • Somerville, TX 77879 979-272-3600 home • 281-541-1200 cell www.starcreekranch.com • darlene@starcreekranch.com

Submitted by Winchester Futurity of the North First place winners in each class won a 45 Long Colt rifle and a cash prize. 75% cash payback on classes. The top 3 place winners were:

First Place BMF Sunny Breeze Blue Moon Farms TML Anna May Heifer Class 2 (23) Tom Mehlberg HL Raindrop Heifer Class 3 (30) Bill Hudson RHF Sharp Sue Heifer Class 4 (4) Jim Atwell Heifer Class 5 (15) Delta Lady Luck Hoosier Longhorns Heifer Class 6 (18) Shamrock Rio Angel Jim Steffler Show Girl 5 Heifer Class 7 (5) Larry Gribbons D/O Sittin Fox Bull Class 8 (9) Mowen/O’Dell Partnership Bull Class 9 (18) LC 585 War Bonnet Jonny & Missy Hicks Houston Texa Bull Class 10 (5) Mark Hubbell Heifer Class 1 (7)

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Second Place RRR Miss Julia 084 Triple R Ranch RRR Miss Berry 052 Triple R Ranch HD Sweetie Chex Henry Detweiler Sara's Jumangee Mark & Scott Evers Shamrock Betty Van Horne Jim Steffler Wiregrass Leoma Bill Hudson JBM Sittin Deluge Bill Hudson Nitrous By Design Kaye Johnson WS Amazing Tom Smith Rio's Final Answer Hicks/Detweiler

Third Place Showtime Shelby Hoosier Longhorns HL Lucky Lucille Bill Hudson KCCI Rio Fancy Ken & Jessica Morris Hubbell's Miss Christmas Mark Hubbell Shamrock 2 Spot Van Horne Bill Hudson RRR Miss Sunny Z 908 Triple R Ranch KCCI Cherry Oxide Ken & Jessica Morris RRR Max's Edge 048 Triple R Ranch Rio Frio Texa Jim Steffler RHF Hot Sauce Shooter Jim Atwell

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From the Chairman of the Board The TLBAA World Show was held in June, and I feel it was one of our best ever. I would like to thank all of our sponsors. Without you, we couldn’t have a show as great as this one was. I would especially like to thank John and Diann Chase along with Larry Barker, from the Autobahn Motorcar Group Youth Scholarship Tour, for being our biggest sponsor for the last two years. Don’t forget that our TLBT youth members will be competing at the Autobahn Youth Tour Show August 3rd – August 7th. Our exhibitors did it again this year; they brought the best of the best Texas Longhorns to our show. I am not able to say enough about our volunteers, who do all of the work and get little credit. A big thank you to our show Chairman Trigg Moore, awesome job! And thanks to Traci Moore, too. We all know what kind of work goes on behind the scenes that our wives take care of. The TLBT elected new officers for our youth organization. Congratulations to Miss Sarah Faske, our new TLBT President. I want to take this time to thank the out-going officers and directors for their hard work and for leaving the office with a strong youth organization. The TLBAA filled two vacant seats on the board, Nancy Dunn, At-Large Director of Division A and L. D. McIntyre, Region 13 Director. Welcome aboard! A few months ago, the TLBAA office sent out an email to all members who participated in the 2010 Horn Showcase asking for members’ opinions. They were asked whether or not they would like to see one combined horn measuring event with the TLMA. Over 95 percent of the members who responded said that they were in favor of having discussions with the TLMA. I want you to know that I do hear you and take your opinions very seriously. Although the board has voted to halt the meetings at this time, I want you to know that I’m still listening to ideas on how we can mend fences and unite our industry. Please call or email me, I’d love to hear from you. Thank you,

Brent

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Division C Directors To Be Elected

Coming up for nominations soon will be all Division C directors, consisting of two (2) At-Large positions and Regions 13-18. Watch for your nomination form being mailed 90 days prior to our Annual Membership Meeting which will be held in Fort Worth, Texas on January 13, 2012. According to the TLBAA By-Laws, Section 2—D: At least ninety (90) days prior to the Annual Membership Meeting, the TLBAA Office shall mail to the Active and Lifetime Members a request for nomination of individual or individuals for Director in the member’s representational region. Such member nominations shall be received in the Association office no later than sixty (60) days prior to the Annual Meeting. In order that any member nominee be eligible to be placed on the election ballot, he must receive write-in nominations from five (5) members who are Active or Lifetime Members. Should there be no members nominated by the membership for a particular Region, or should a nominee decline to have his name placed on the ballot, the Board of Directors will appoint an Active or Lifetime Member in good standing domiciled within the division to fill the vacant position at the same meeting as the election of TLBAA officers.

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No less than forty-five (45) days prior to the annual meeting of the membership, the TLBAA Office or designated CPA firm shall mail official printed ballots to each qualified Active and Lifetime Member in good standing of that region or division. This ballot shall contain the names of the candidates, if any, who were properly nominated by members. All written ballots must be returned to the CPA with a postmark not less than twentyone (21) days prior to the Annual Meeting in order to be validated and counted. All ballots received will be validated and counted by an independent CPA firm or other organization experienced in voting tabulation as designated by the Executive Committee. The nominees receiving the most valid votes shall be elected. All newly elected Directors shall be installed at the Annual Membership Meeting. A tie vote will be broken by the Chairman of the Board drawing one of the names by lot. If a nominee wants a recount of the ballots in their election race, they will have to submit a formal request for a recount to the Board of Directors but not more than sixty (60) days after election results have been announced at the annual meeting. The contester or their representative would then physically go to the CPA firm and watch this recount at his/her costs.

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Division C Regions 13 - 18

Division A Regions 1-6 Division B Regions 7 - 12

Active and Lifetime members in good standing, domiciled within a representational division or region may nominate an Active or Lifetime member in good standing, also domiciled therein for election to the Board of Directors. Only those Active or Lifetime Members in good standing, domiciled within the division or region, may vote for the nominees from that division or region. Elections are held annually by division, on rotating basis as selected by the Board of Directors.

NOTE

To be eligible to vote, a person must be a current Active or Lifetime Member. Texas Longhorn Trails

TLBT OFFICER SPOTLIGHT

Name: Taylor Frontera TLBT Office: Teen Director Age: 13 years old School: Ferris Junior High Number of Years in the TLBT: 3 years

When and how did you start raising and showing Texas Longhorns? I started showing Longhorns at Autobahn Classic in 2009, but only showed in showmanship. I did go to the 2009 Fort Worth Stock Show to help my sister out because it was her first show. I got a sponsored Longhorn soon after and showed it at Glen Rose in 2009, which was my first show. What are some important things you have learned from showing and raising Longhorns? I have learned many skills such as: leadership, responsibility, love, caring, and much more. It has made me an entirely better person. What would you tell someone just getting started in raising Texas Longhorns? I would say, “Don’t give up, even when times are rough and you’re not doing well. Keep trying and working at it. It will all work out and pay off in the end.” What is your favorite part of raising and showing Texas Longhorns? My favorite part is caring and being with my animals, and actually showing them in the ring. The incredible people I meet make it even better.

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President’s Message Dear TLBT Members, The 2010-2011 show season was a great success, and we couldn’t have done it without our sponsors and the dedication of parents and grandparents. I would like to congratulate all of the Gold Merit, Livestock Judging, Quiz Bowl, Hall of Fame, Showmanship and Class Winners for a job well done. You are a wonderful group of people, and I enjoyed getting seeing everybody at the 2011 TLBT World Show! As this year comes to an end, we start a new show season and hope to make it a memorable year for all. Your new TLBT Board of Directors are: West Ryan (Vice President), Samuel Faske (Treasurer), Tarah Moore (Secretary), Hannah Faske (Parliamentarian), Lydia Faske (Reporter), Julia Faske & Nathaniel Faske (Senior Directors), Haley Horne & Taylor Frontera (Teen Directors), Rachel Faske & Miriam Faske (Intermediate Directors) and Marybeth Walker & Jonah Faske (Junior Director). I am excited to start working with the new Board of Directors and hope to come up with new ideas and fun activities for the youth. We have the TLBT Leadership Camp coming up for all the officers and directors. During camp, we will have meetings to plan for the upcoming year. We will be planning a new theme for the year and choosing a new service project too. We look forward to sharing that in next months’ magazine. Until then, I wish you all the best for the remainder of the summer. See Ya’ll on the Trail,

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BL Sparkle Plenty

BL Twinkle

BL Rockett

BL Gypsy 805

SCC Pumpkin Pie

Super Genes Two

BH Butler Starmac II

Little Ace Angel Eyes

Dalgood’s Sparkles

BL Rose Bud

Harriett 256

Spoonful of Sugar BCB

JMR Cow Camp Kookie

HR Ace High Lucy

HR Moonshine

HR Moon Maid

Sage Red

Little Ace Misssensation

Little Ace George Mama

Little Ace Snow White MC

Classey Jo La

Hattie Jo KMD 907

Jackie Lynn 403

Jackie Lynn 478

Jackie’s Mittie 902

Southern Sage Shadow

SH Jaspers Sage 25/5

Little Ace Sensational 22/5

Betsy Butler RK68

Sassy Graves RK91

Little Ace Devil Girl

Bright Flower Girl SWC

Darlin Dani SWC

Roxy Girl 12/8

Jewel 3/24

Luziann 7/17

Melissa 3/15

Carmon Miranda BR3

Nicollette BR3

Miss Black and Blue BR3

VJ Gracie Butler

VJ Curly’s Delight

VJ Carmela

Jackie Lynn 449

Westfarms Bonita 4/8

Thelma Lou 3/21

FA Fourth Girl

MF Blue’s Strawberry

RHL Mac’s Kendra

Little Ace Sassey Georgette

Sandy Butler RK81

JTW Gypsy Island 34

Give your breeding program Beadle Land & Cattle - Ray & Bonnie Beadle Los Gatos & Hollister, California (408) 834-0110 • (408) 656-6266 e-mail: rlbeadle@longfibre.com

Box Z Ranch - Steven Zunker & Louis Christa 1506 Harwood Road, Luling, TX 78648 Ranch mobile (210) 827-3940 www.boxzranch.com

Buckhorn Cattle Company - Buck & Sharon Adams 110 N. Broad, Guthrie, OK 73044 www.buckhorncattle.com (405) 260-1942 • (405) 282-9800

Eagles Ridge Longhorns - Paul & Judi Sellers

3245 Sugarloaf Key Rd, U21A, Punta Gorda, Florida 33955 (941) 979-2419 or (443) 624-0792 e-mail: ancopa5@yahoo.com

Falls Creek Longhorns - Stanley & Sandi Tidwell 2330 W. FM 875, Midlothian, TX 76065 Contact Russell Hooks - (409) 381-0616 Herd Manager/Consultant e-mail: russellh@longhornroundup.com

Kent & Sandy Harrell

15 W 6th St Ste 2510, Tulsa, OK 74119 (918) 299-6402 • (918) 733-4008 www.harrellranch.com • e-mail: Kent@harrellranch.com

Kaso, Lisa & Jake Kety - Little Ace Cattle Company P.O. Box 386, Folsom LA 70437 (985) 796-3918 e-mail: ketyfolsom@aol.com

PJ’s Cattle Company – Jim Swigert or Lance Swigert 2130 CR 100, Caldwell, TX 77836 Jim: (979) 224-2861 or Lance (979) 219-4902 e-mail: jim@swicoauctions.com or lance@swicoauctions.com www.pjslonghorns.com

Brennan & Michele Potts - Rocking P Longhorns

P.O. Box 579, Emory, TX 75440 (903) 473-2430 Cell: (903) 348-5400 www.rockingplonghorns.com • e-mail: bpotts1@verizon.net

Rafter H Longhorns - Kenn Harding, Tammy Tiner & Laura Harding 200 Pershing Ave., College Station, TX 77840 (979) 777-5256 e-mail: rafter-h@rafter-h-longhorns.com

Rio Vista Ranch - Elmer & Susan Rosenberger 4818 Eck Lane, Austin, TX 78734 (512) 266-3250 Cell: (512) 422-8336 e-mail: elmer@riovistaranch.com www.riovistaranch.com

Westfarms Inc. - Dale, Lynette, Leslie & Matt Westmoreland 13529 Hwy 450, Franklinton, LA 70438 (985) 795-1539 Cell: (985) 515-3172 e-mail: lwestmoreland.ees@wpsb.org

a boost with Butler genetics! Frank Anderson Jr. and III 828 South Rosemary Drive • Bryan, TX 77802 (979) 846-8020 • (281) 501-2100 edie.wakefield@gmail.com

Concho Ranch - Tony & Judy Cain 707 S. David St • San Angelo, TX 76903 (325) 657-0707 • (325) 650-4676 e-mail: tcconchoranch@hotmail.com

DALGOOD Longhorns - Malcolm & Connie Goodman (713) 782-8422 • Waller, TX e-mail: dalgood@comcast.net www.dalgoodlonghorns.com

Bob & Pam Loomis - Loomis Longhorns Rt. 1 Box 673 • Marietta, OK 73448 (580) 276-9265 • Fax (580) 276-3049 e-mail: loomis20@juno.com

Moriah Farms - Bernard Lankford Weatherford, TX (817) 341-4677 • (817) 319-9198 cell www.moriahfarmslonghorns.com

Rocking G Ranch - Mrs. Ramie Griffin 5005 Callais Road • Beaumont, TX 77713 (409) 892-2662 • Fax (409) 838-6926 Cell (409) 781-3215 e-mail: dayamisrockingranch@yahoo.com

Sidewinder Cattle Company - Ed Shehee, Jr. 1007 Airport Blvd • Pensacola, FL 32504 (850) 572-6595 www.sidewindercattleco.com

Jane’s Land & Cattle Co. - John & Jane Thate 418 W. Margaret St. • Fairmont, MN 56031 (507) 235-3467

Triple R Ranch - Robert & Kim Richey 21000 Dry Creek Road • San Angelo, TX 76901 (325) 942-1198 • e-mail: r3ranch@aol.com www.butlertexaslonghorns.com

V&J Longhorns - Vernon & Janis Webb 9303 Lone Star Rd. • Washington, TX 77880 (936) 878-2954

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CONTACT

Bruce Ollive (936) 674-5180

Donnie Taylor (936) 414-1401

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www.4TLonghorns.com Entry Deadline September 1, 2011 Please send a copy of the registration papers, $100 per heifer consignment fee, and this entry form to: Winchester Heifer Futurity 2011 2038 Marshall Ivy Road Huntington, Texas 75949 Heifer Information

Animal’s Name:

Name:

Date of Birth:

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Class #:

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GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE: SDR QUEENIE CS, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE: ANCHOR T MERMAID, John Morris Moore, II, Bryan, TX

FEMALE DIVISION

BULL DIVISION

CLASS 1.1: 1. OL TRIXIE, Cathleen Rangel, Alvord, TX; 2. PK'S M&M WINE, MacKinlie Tucker, Paradise, TX CLASS 2.1: 1. ANCHOR T MERMAID, John Morris Moore, II, Bryan, TX; 2. C BAR WITCHY WOMAN, Molly Cook, Paradise, TX CLASS 3.3.1: 1. SUNRISE CHICKEN NUGGET, John Morris Moore, II, Bryan, TX; 2. SANDDOLLAR CUPCAKE, Jordan Culpepper, Sunset, TX CLASS 3.3.2: 1. SSS MW TEXAS WILDFLOWER, Hunter D. Winkel, League City, TX; 2. OL ECHO ECHO, Lexington Harris, Streetman, TX CLASS 4.4.1: 1. SDR SUNRISE SUPERSTITIOUS, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX; 2. TTT FRENCHI, Tarah Moore, Hico, TX CLASS 4.4.2: 1. SANDDOLLAR SWEETUMS, Barclay Brunson, Crawford, TX; 2. QUIXOTE'S DAISY, FD, Noel Alexander Sands, Houston, TX CLASS 5.5.1: 1. DIAMOND Q LUCKY LOU, Tanner Hudson, Decatur, TX; 2. DIAMOND Q WATHINA, Hannah C. Faske, Somerville, TX CLASS 5.5.2: 1. HD SASSY FLASH, Keely Ellen Dennis, Coupland, TX;2. HORIZON SUNSET, Lexington Harris, Streetman, TX

CLASS 16.1: 1. TL TWISTED STITCH, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX; 2. CL VESUVIUS, Jordan Culpepper, Sunset, TX CLASS 17.1: 1. 4K PRINCE CUDA 03, Shyanne McClendon, Marshall, TX; 2. SANDDOLLAR DREAMBOAT, Jordan Culpepper, Sunset, TX CLASS 18.1: 1. OL ROWDY, Landon Lampier, Ferris, TX; 2. 4B JOSE CUERVO, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX CLASS 19.1: 1. TL UNCLE KRACKER, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX; 2. ROUGH RIDER 30, Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX CLASS 20.1: 1. HD FLASH POINT, Keely Ellen Dennis, Coupland, TX; 2. ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN, John Morris Moore, II, Bryan, TX CLASS 21.1: 1. TL BULLETPROOF, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX; 2. D Q PALEFACE, Abigail Faske, Somerville, TX

JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: ANCHOR T MERMAID, John Morris Moore, II, Bryan, TX RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SANDDOLLAR SWEETUMS, Barclay Brunson, Crawford, TX

STEER DIVISION

GRAND CHAMPION BULL: HD FLASH POINT, Keely Ellen Dennis, Coupland, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL: TL BULLETPROOF, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX

CLASS 8.1: 1. TL COUNTRY RAZZLE DAZZLE, Garrett Tanner, Stephenville, TX; 2. LUCKY LADY'S PANSY, Hunter D. Winkel, League City, TX CLASS 9.9.1: 1. MH NUGGET, Barclay Brunson, Crawford, TX; 2. JP CRYSTAL STAR, Tanner Hudson, Decatur, TX CLASS 9.9.2: 1. DRL FEAR'S AWESOME JEAN, Thera Hope Thurmond, San Antonio, TX; 2. SSR STERLING SILVER, Joshua Faske, Somerville, TX CLASS 10.1: 1. SDR QUEENIE CS, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX; 2. RUBY BANDITA BCB, Elizabeth Bolen, Lufkin, TX CLASS 11.11.1: 1. DJL JUNO IM PRETTY, Shelby Coats, Taylor, TX; 2. HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER, Dezarah Bliss, La Porte, TX CLASS 11.11.2: 1. SANDDOLLAR ABYGAYLE, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX; 2. CHARIS MAGNOLIA, Taylor Frontera, Red Oak, TX

CLASS 24.1: 1. LW WRITE THIS DOWN, Jimmie Lynn Gee, Springtown, TX CLASS 25.1: 1. SSS MW GUNNY, Hunter D. Winkel, League City, TX; 2. GOBLIN'S LITTLE GREMLIN, Molly Cook, Paradise, TX CLASS 26.1: 1. NLR CRASH, Caitlin Gilliam, Lewisville, TX; 2. JOHNNY HORTON BCB, Tracey Weldon, Ferris, TX CLASS 27.27.1: 1. TL HENRY, Emily Thurmond, San Antonio, TX; 2. LW'S EL PATRON, Shelby A. Rooker, Poolville, TX CLASS 27.27.2: 1. COCA COLA COWBOY, Dylan C. Walker, Lonoke, AR; 2. DDM JOKER'S WILD, Samuel Faske, Somerville, TX CLASS 28.1: 1. SPARTACUS BCB, Jace Bolen, Lufkin, TX; 2. LLL JEDDADIAH, Naomi D. Faske, Somerville, TX CLASS 29.29.1: 1. MCLIINTOCK BCB, West Ryan, Danbury, TX; 2. SILENT H IKE, Hunter D. Winkel, League City, TX CLASS 29.29.2: 1. LOW-JACK, Johnna Williams, League City, TX; 2. STR MARKER 26, David McCormack Coleman, Humble, TX;

SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SDR QUEENIE CS, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: DRL FEAR'S AWESOME JEAN, Thera Hope Thurmond, San Antonio, TX

GRAND CHAMPION STEER: MCLIINTOCK BCB, West Ryan, Danbury, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER: LOW-JACK, Johnna Williams, League City, TX

Grand Champion Female SDR QUEENIE CS Brandon Bearden, League City, TX Reserve Grand Champion Female ANCHOR T MERMAID John Morris Moore II, Bryan, TX

Grand Champion Bull HD FLASH POINT Keely Ellen Dennis, Coupland, TX Reserve Grand Champion Bull TL BULLETPROOF Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX

Grand Champion Steer MCLINTOCK BCB West Ryan, Danbury, TX Reserve Grand Champion Steer LOW-JACK Johnna Williams, League City, TX

Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX

TLBAA’s Pam Galloway and Kim Barfield with Dr. Bill Able and wife, Ruth Ann Able.

August 2011

Tanner Hudson, Decatur, TX

Shelby Rooker, Poolville, TX; Hennessey Rogers, Poolville, TX, Molly Cook, Paradise, TX

Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX Julia Faske, Somerville, TX

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2010-2011 Teen Hall of Fame - Front: Lydia Faske, Somerville, TX; Sarah Faske, Somerville, TX; Keely Dennis, Coupland, TX; Molly Cook, Paradise, TX; Tarah Moore, Hico, TX; Back: Ellie Bolen, Lufkin, TX; Shelby Coats, Taylor, TX; John Moore, Bryan, TX; Mason Brown, San Angelo, TX; Nathaniel Faske, Somerville, TX

Junior Quiz Bowl: Mary Beth Walker, Lonoke, AR; Miriam Grace Faske, Somerville, TX; Ryan Johnson, Big Horn, WY; Reese Ryan, Danbury, TX

Intermediate Quiz Bowl: Brianna Walker, Lonoke, AR; Taylor Frontera, Ferris, TX; Thomas Weldon, Ferris, TX

2010-2011 Junior Hall of Fame - Front: Mary Beth Walker, Lonoke, AR; Miriam Grace Faske, Somerville, TX; Lexington Harris, Streetmen, TX; Savana Taylor, Thorndale, TX; Jonah Faske, Somerville, TX; Back: Blair Brunson, Crawford, TX; Reese Ryan, Danbury, TX; Ryan Johnson, Big Horn, WY; Shyanne McClendon, Marshall, TX

2010-2011 Senior Hall of Fame - Front: Hannah Faske, Somerville, TX; Caitlan Gilliam, Lewisville, TX; Julia Faske, Somerville, TX; Abigail Faske, Somerville, TX; Back: Samuel Faske, Somerville, TX; Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX; Brandon Bearden, League City, TX; Joshua Faske, Somerville, TX; Joshua Faske, Somerville, TX; Not Pictured: Kacey Clark, Santa Fe, NM 2010-2011 Intermediate Hall of Fame - Front: Olivia Faske, Somerville, TX; Daryn Overdorf, Lufkin, TX; Rachel Faske, Somerville, TX; Timothy Starritt, Anthony, NM; Back: Hunter Winkel, League City, TX; Shelby Rooker, Poolville, TX; Josh Vinson, Hico, TX; Joseph Faske, Somerville,TX; Not Pictured: Samantha Larisch, Silver City, NM; Zachary Wilson, Alto, NM

TLBT Supporters Of The Year: Brent and Cindy Bolen, Lufkin, TX; Suzanne and Jay Faske,(Jacob subbing in) Somerville, TX

Teen Quiz Bowl - Sarah Faske, Somerville, TX; Lydia Faske, Somerville, TX; Ryan Perkins, Houston, TX

Senior Quiz Bowl - Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX; Hannah Faske, Somerville, TX; Samuel Faske, Somerville, TX

Junior Judging Contest - Ryan Johnson, Big Horn, WY; Reese Ryan, Danbury, TX; Blair Brunson, Crawford, TX

National Youth Show Premier Sponsor: Autobahn Motorcar Group Youth Top Hand Award: TLBT's Sarah Faske, Scholarship Tour; James Culpepper, Somerville, TX with Rex Mosser, Bridgeport, TX; Larry Barker, Fort Midway, TX Worth, TX; Brent Bolen, Lufkin, TX

Intermediate Judging Contest: Briana Walker, Lonoke, AR; Daryn Overdorf, Lufkin, TX; Josh Vinson, Hico, TX

Matthew Head, Angleton, TX, Senior Marketing Winner, Senior Heifer Sale

Teen Judging Contest: West Ryan, Danbury, TX; Jacob Taylor, Thorndale, TX; Carson Webster, Bridgeport, TX

Senior Judging Contest: Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX; Julia Faske, Somerville, TX; Emily Thurmond, Adkins, TX

The Premier Exhibitor of the Year was awarded to The Faske Family, Somerville, TX.

Mosser Scholarship recipients pictured with Dr. Zech Dameron Bright Future Scholarship: Abigail Faske, Somerville, TX; III: Left to right - Matthew Head; Emily Thurmond; Jacob Faske; Matthew Head, Angleton, TX; Kathy Kittler, Carlisle, Allyn Ryan; Andrew Faske; Lindsey Rooker. Not Pictured: Jayme AR; Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX; Emily Thurmond, Templin; Rachel Calhoun and Blake Powell. Adkins, TX; Andrew Faske, Somerville, TX

Newcomer Of The Year: Wise County group

Exhibitor of the Year-Division A: Diamond Exhibitor of the Year-Division B: Triple T Exhibitor of the Year-Division C: Double W Farms, Lonoke AR, Billy, Sallie, Dylan, Ranch - Trigg, Traci and Tarah Moore, Bar S Tiffany Starritt and son, Nicky D. Gavin, Briana and Mary Beth Walker Hico, TX Ciliberti; Timothy Starritt; Lynn Starritt Pee Wee Showmanship Shelby Rooker, Hennessey Rogers, Poolville, TX; Rachel Faske, Gabriella Faske, Somerville, TX; Suzanne Faske, Sophia Faske, Somerville, TX; Jake Karbowski, Danbury, TX; Standing Tiffany Starritt, Nicky D. Ciliberti, Anthony, N.M.

Junior Gold Merit: Miriam Grace Faske, Somerville, TX; Reese Ryan, Danbury, TX; Joy Faske, Somerville, TX

Teen Gold Merit: Nataniel Faske, Somerville, TX; Sarah Faske, Somerville, TX; Tarah Moore, Hico, TX

Intermediate Gold Merit Winners: Joseph Faske, Junior Showmanship: Somerville, TX; Shelby Rooker, Poolville, TX; Jonah Faske, Rachel Faske, Somerville, TX Somerville, TX; Miriam Grace Faske, Somerville, TX; Lexington Harris, Streetman, TX

Senior Gold Merit: Julia Faske, Somerville, TX; Samuel Faske, Somerville, TX; Abigail Faske, Somerville, TX; Andrew Faske, Somerville, TX

Intermediate Showmanship: Taylor Frontera, Ferris, TX; Hunter Winkel, League City, TX; Josh Vinson, Hico, TX

Ark-La-Tex Scholarship Tina Du Bose, Tyler, TX; Dezarah Bliss, La Porte, TX

Teen Showmanship: Sarah Faske, Somerville, TX; John Moore, Bryan, TX; Barclay Brunson, Crawford, TX

2011-2012 TLBT Officers – Front Row: Jonah Faske, Somerville, TX; Rachel Faske, Somerville, TX; Miriam Grace Faske, Somerville, TX; Mary Beth Walker, Lonoke, AR; Second Row: Hannah Faske, Somerville, TX; Samuel Faske, Somerville, TX; Sarah Faske, Somerville, TX; Hailey Horne, Paradise, TX; Tarah Moore, Hico, TX; Third Row: Nathaniel Faske, Somerville, TX; West Ryan, Danbury, TX; Lydia Faske, Somerville, TX; Julia Faske, Somerville, TX

Brayden Tanner/ Ashlyn Anderson, Tom Bean, TX receive the Haltered Herdsman Award.

Senior Showmanship: Julia Faske, Somerville, TX; Timothy Phillips, Angleton, TX; Hannah Faske, Somerville, TX

CLASS 17.1: 1. SSRR JETS RED STARBURST, Sunset Ridge Ranch, Hominy, OK; 2. BOOMERANG'S TANGO CP, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX CLASS 18.1: 1. HL SHADOWS SAND PLUM, Cactus Rose Longhorns, Edna, TX; 2. SSRR COWBOY'S TIGER LILLY, Sunset Ridge Ranch, Hominy, OK CLASS 19.1: 1. OVERLORD'S SAVANNAH C P, Buckshot, Ltd, Austin, TX; 2. EL OVERLORD'S SUNSHINE, Kasi Dick, Pawhuska, OK

FEMALE DIVISION CLASS 1.1: 1. ML MIA 08, Meers Longhorns, Lawton, OK; 2. SSRR DUAL'S FROSTY DREAM, Sunset Ridge Ranch, Hominy, OK CLASS 2.1: 1. TIERRA'S BABY DOLL C P, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX CLASS 3.1: 1. BRINK A MAY ON THE DELTA, Brink Longhorns, Frederick, OK; 2. GO GO GIDGET, Robert and Jenny Smoot, Artesia, NM CLASS 4.1: 1. PK'S ANGEL FIRE, Guthrie Creek Longhorn Cattle, Decatur, TX; 2. DDM APRIL SHOWER, Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX CLASS 5.1: 1. SHALAKO'S MELO MELODY C P, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX; 2. VIVA LA DIVA BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX JUNIOR CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: SHALAKO'S MELO MELODY C P, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: PK'S ANGEL FIRE, Guthrie Creek Longhorn Cattle, Decatur, TX CLASS 8.1: 1. SSRR OSAGE TWIST, Sunset Ridge Ranch, Hominy, OK; 2. TH WINTER MIRCLE, Dennis Urbantke, San Angelo, TX CLASS 9.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR SOCIALITE, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX; 2. JULY MORNING, Joel Norris, Kaufman, TX CLASS 10.1: 1. SHESA RINGER BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX; 2. BRINK MS DELTA SANDBURR, Keenan G. Wilson, Muleshoe, TX CLASS 11.1: 1. FANTOM RING BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX; 2. SUGAR FIX BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX SENIOR CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: SHESA RINGER BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: FANTOM RING BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX GRAND CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: SHESA RINGER BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION FREE FEMALE: FANTOM RING BCB, Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX

MATURE FEMALE DIVISION CLASS 16.1: 1. DDM KABOOM, Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX; 2. COOTER HILL, Deer Creek Longhorns, Brenham, TX

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GRAND CHAMPION MATURE FREE FEMALE: DDM KABOOM, Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MATURE FREE FEMALE: HL SHADOWS SAND PLUM, Cactus Rose Longhorns, Edna, TX

FREE RANGE DIVISION CLASS 22.1: 1. DDL MISS COWPOKE, Sand Hills Ranch, Mansfield, LA; 2. DDM SOMBRAH'S FIRST LADY, Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX CLASS 23.1: 1. PRESIDENTE'S DANCER 379, Vida Nueva Ranch, Somerville, TX; 2. LCR GYPSY'S ROAN QUEEN, Bill & Anita Wappler, Austin, TX GRAND CHAMPION FREE RANGE FEMALE: PRESIDENTE'S DANCER 379, Vida Nueva Ranch, Somerville, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FREE RANGE FEMALE: DDL MISS COWPOKE, Sand Hills Ranch, Mansfield, LA

TROPHY STEER DIVISION CLASS 1.1: 1. MCLIINTOCK BCB, West Ryan, Danbury, TX; 2. VNR SEE MY BUCKLE, Vida Nueva Ranch, Somerville, TX CLASS 2.1: 1. DIABLO ECR, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX; 2. TCR CASH, Darrel and Belynda Mize, Gatesville, TX JUNIOR CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: DIABLO ECR, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: TCR CASH, Darrel and Belynda Mize, Gatesville, TX CLASS 5.1: 1. MOJO KCC, Kimble Cattle Company, Karnes City, TX; 2. LUKE KCC, Kimble Cattle Company, Karnes City, TX CLASS 6.1: 1. DIXIE FINALE, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX; 2. NOVILLO PARA SIEMPRE, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX SENIOR CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: DIXIE FINALE, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: MOJO KCC, Kimble Cattle Company, Karnes City, TX GRAND CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: DIABLO ECR, El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION TROPHY STEER: TCR CASH, Darrel and Belynda Mize, Gatesville, TX

Texas Longhorn Trails

World Grand Champion Free Division Female SHESA RINGER BCB Brent and Cindy Bolen, Lufkin, TX Reserve World Grand Champion Free Division Female FANTOM RING BCB Brent and Cindy Bolen, Lufkin, TX

World Grand Champion Mature Free Female DDM KABOOM Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX Reserve Grand Champion Mature Free Female HL SHADOWS SAND PLUM Cactus Rose Longhorns, Danny and Merrilou Russell, Edna, TX

World Grand Champion Free Range Female PRESIDENTE'S DANCER 379 Vida Nueva Ranch, Jay and Suzanne Faske, Somerville, TX Reserve Grand Champion Free Range Female DDL MISS COWPOKE Sand Hills Ranch, Mansfield, LA

World Grand Trophy Steer DIABLO ECR El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX Reserve World Grand Champion Trophy Steer TCR CASH Darrel and Belynda Mize, Gatesville, TX

August 2011

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MATURE FEMALE DIVISION CLASS 16.1: 1. PEEK A BOO LD, Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY; 2. LUCKY B MADE IN HEAVEN, Stephanie Kay Bradley, Stamford, TX CLASS 17.1: 1. INDIAN GIRL 636, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX; 2. IR GLORY'S PRIDE, Joshua L. Boone, Winnsboro, TX

FEMALE DIVISION CLASS 1.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR ABBY, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX; 2. MW PUNKEN'S LUCKY GIRL, Bo & Joe Ann Winkel, Clayton, TX CLASS 2.1: 1. ANCHOR T MERMAID, Anchor T Ranch, Kemah, TX; 2. SSS MW LATTE, Erin A. Winkel, League City, TX CLASS 3.1: 1. SUNRISE CHICKEN NUGGET, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX; 2. HL MAE WON THE WEST, Peter & Stacie Hood, Indiahoma, OK CLASS 4.1: 1. SDR SUNRISE SUPERSTITIOUS, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX; 2. SANDDOLLAR MADELYNN, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX CLASS 5.1: 1. HD SASSY FLASH, George and Cindy Dennis, Coupland, TX; 2. DIAMOND Q WATHINA, Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary, Prague, OK JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SDR SUNRISE SUPERSTITIOUS, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SUNRISE CHICKEN NUGGET, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX CLASS 8.1: 1. 4B MALIBU, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX; 2. OL WHO KNEW, Double B Lonestar Longhorns, Arlington, TX CLASS 9.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR CASEY, Kathryn Leann Head, Angleton, TX; 2. DRL FEAR'S AWESOME JEAN, Thurmond Longhorns, Adkins, TX CLASS 10.1: 1. SDR QUEENIE CS, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX; 2. HD SEQUOIA, George and Cindy Dennis, Coupland, TX CLASS 11.1: 1. HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER, Wayne and Karen Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX; 2. SANDDOLLAR ABYGAYLE, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX

GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED MATURE FEMALE: PEEK A BOO LD, Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED MATURE FEMALE: INDIAN GIRL 636, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX

BULL DIVISION CLASS 20.1: 1. CL VESUVIUS, Jordan Culpepper, Sunset, TX; 2. SWING'N STARS BIGG RIGG, Swing'n Star Ranch, Dayton, TX CLASS 21.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR DREAMBOAT, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX; 2. VNR RAFAEL, Vida Nueva Ranch, Somerville, TX CLASS 22.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR TRAVERSE, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX; 2. 4B JOSE CUERVO, Brandon Bearden, League City, TX CLASS 23.1: 1. BOOM ME BRINDLE CP, Carla Payne, Slidell, TX; 2. J R RED PEPPER JESSE, Jonell Westerberg & Norman (Roger) Ridgway, Rocksprings, TX CLASS 24.1: 1. ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN, Anchor T Ranch, Kemah, TX; 2. HD FLASH POINT, George and Cindy Dennis, Coupland, TX JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN, Anchor T Ranch, Kemah, TX RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: SANDDOLLAR TRAVERSE, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX CLASS 27.1: 1. JA'MALICE, John R. Randolph, Smithville, TX; 2. TL BULLETPROOF, Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX CLASS 28.1: 1. SANDDOLLAR MAMA'S BOY, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX; 2. COCO CHEX, Thurmond Longhorns, Adkins, TX CLASS 29.1: 1. DQ TANDEM, Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary, Prague, OK; 2. SDR MASTER YODA, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: SANDDOLLAR MAMA'S BOY, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: DQ TANDEM, Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary, Prague, OK

SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SDR QUEENIE CS, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER, Wayne and Karen Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX

GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: SANDDOLLAR MAMA'S BOY, John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED BULL: ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN, Anchor T Ranch, Kemah, TX

GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: SDR QUEENIE CS, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HALTERED FEMALE: HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER, Wayne and Karen Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX

PRODUCE OF DAM DIVISION CLASS 34.1: 1. RCR COPPER'S DIVIDEND, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX

GET OF SIRE DIVISION

CLASS 35.1: 1. SDR SUNRISE SUPERMAN, Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX; 2. HD EDGE'S FLASH, Payne and Dennis Partnership, Coupland, TX

Grand Champion Haltered Female SDR QUEENIE CS Dale Land and Cattle, Mitchell Dale, Dickinson, TX Reserve Grand Champion Haltered Female HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER Wayne and Karen Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX

Grand Champion Haltered Mature Female PEEK A BOO LD Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY Reserve World Grand Champion Free Division Mature Female INDIAN GIRL 636 Carla Payne, Slidell, TX

Grand Champion Haltered Bull SANDDOLLAR MAMA'S BOY John and Diann Chase, Ft. Worth,TX Reserve Grand Champion Haltered Bull ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN Anchor T Ranch, Elizabeth Tomasi, Kemah, TX

Produce of Dam RCR COPPER’S DIVIDEND Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX Get Of Sire Division SDR SUNRISE SUPERMAN Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX

2011 TLBT HALL OF FAME WINNERS A special thanks to our generous calf donors! Sand Hills Ranch, Mansfield, LA Joe and Lorinda Valentine, Marlin, TX Robert & Kim Richey, San Angelo, TX John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX

TEEN DIVISION

JUNIOR DIVISION Miriam Grace Faske

Tarah Moore

Somerville, Texas

Hico, Texas

4,285 Points

7,970 Points

Jonah Faske Somerville, TX Lexington Harris Streetman, TX Reese Ryan Danbury, TX Ryan Johnson Big Horn, WY Blair Brunson Crawford, TX Shyanne McClendon Marshall, TX Cheyenne Nikodym Newcastle, OK Mary Elizabeth Walker Lonoke, AR Savana R. Taylor Thorndale, TX

2410 1895 1745 1740 720 685 675 575 485

John Morris Moore, II Bryan, TX Lydia Faske Somerville, TX Sarah Faske Somerville, TX Keely Ellen Dennis Coupland, TX Nathaniel Faske Somerville, TX Shelby Coats Taylor, TX Elizabeth Bolen LufkinTX Molly Cook Paradise, TX Mason Brown San Angelo, TX

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION

SENIOR DIVISION

Hunter D. Winkel

Abigail Faske

League City, TX

Somerville, TX

5,385 Points

4,635 Points Joseph Faske Rachel Faske Shelby A. Rooker Sammantha Larisch Daryn Overdorf Olivia M. Faske Zackary Wilson Timothy Starritt J.F. (Josh) Vinson

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5350 4790 4535 4020 3160 2940 2320 2015 1780

Somerville, TX Somerville, TX Poolville, TX Silver City, NM Lufkin, TX Somerville, TX Alto, NM Anthony, NM Hico, TX

3765 2615 2155 2110 1650 1645 1315 1155 1050

Julia Faske Jacob Faske Hannah C. Faske Andrew Faske Samuel Faske Brandon Bearden Caitlin Gilliam Joshua Faske Kacey Lee Clark

Somerville, TX Somerville, TX Somerville, TX Somerville, TX Somerville, TX League City, TX Lewisville, TX Somerville, TX Santa Fe, NM

4990 4165 4060 3915 3860 3515 3330 3085 2860

Texas Longhorn Trails

2011 TLBAA Hall of Fame Winners FREE FEMALES

SUGAR FIX BCB

SAN T NORTHERN EMPRESS

352

Sammantha Larisch, Silver City, NM Sire: DAY LA HOYA Dam: JL TARA-ANN

FANTOM RING BCB

BAR G BAR GYPSY ROSE 275

Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX Sire: FANTOM CHEX Dam: RINGA DINGER

ENR HANA

SAN T NORTHERN EMPRESS

135

Del Vic Farms, Snyder, NE Sire: DV MAN A HOONEY Dam: DV WHELMING DOUBLE H

DV ELPHABA 235

Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX Sire: WORKING MAN CHEX Dam: RINGA DINGER

COPPERTONE 84

160

Ron & Jan Gentry, Belen, NM Sire: BAD TO THE BONE Dam: BOULDER BUMPER

DV DOUBLE WHELMING 237

Ben & IIse Myren, Colville, WA Sire: FLYING WO RANDY Dam: ENR DANA

SHESA RINGER BCB

169

Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX Sire: WATSON 167 Dam: FANCY WORK

133

Del-Vic Inc., Snyder, WY Sire: DV CASSIUS Dam: DV MAC A ROANI

191

Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY Sire: SANTANA 929 Dam: POCAHANTAS

TH AWESOME'S FIRST LADY

185

Dennis Urbantke, San Angelo, TX Sire: JR PASSIONS AWESOME BULL Dam: TH CHARDONNAY

FREE MATURE FEMALES

TH CHARDONNAY

273

Dennis Urbantke, San Angelo, TX Sire: JL WAR DANCE Dam: RP WHIZ KID

SANDDOLLAR CHANDLER

182

David & S. Lynn Starritt, Anthony, NM Sire: SD BIG BAD BOB Dam: SD CHANDLERS REDEMPTION

WLR MISS WYO 528

167

Kris Johnson & Wyoming Longhorn Ranch Sire: WLR RED SUSPENDERS 025 Dam: WLR BROWN TAFFY 125

DDM KABOOM

TH CHARDONNAY

HALTERED FEMALES

127

BOULDER BUMPER

106

Roin & Jan Gentry, Belen, NM Sire: COUNTY Dam: SAPRANO

SALTILLO CG 305

102

Bonnie & Rodger Damrow, Roca, NE Sire: SALTILLO ZACK 8 Dam: SALTILLO COWGAL 98

RINGA DINGER

102

Brent & Cynthia Bolen, Lufkin, TX Sire: RUTLEDGE'S DINGER Dam: GF HALEY HITTER

4T GRETCHEN

HL SHADOWS SAND PLUM

Donnie Taylor, Huntington, TX Sire: WATSON 167 Dam: GRETTAL BCB

113

Cactus Rose Longhorns, Edna, TX Sire: BLACK SHADOW Dam: JMC PHENOMENAL SAND PLUM

BIGLODGE PICANTE

SDR QUEENIE CS

HI 5'S MISS DOLLY

616

98

92

Two Heart Bar Ranch, Plains, MT Sire: OUTLAW Dam: BIGLODGE SALSA

195

Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX Sire: PPF ROUGH AND READY Dam: RCR COPPER'S DIVIDEND

Cody M. Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX Sire: SB POP A TOP Dam: PRL SWOOSH HERE I COME

HI 5'S DREAM CATCHER

Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX Sire: QR DON LINO Dam: SUNRISE SNOWFLAKE

SDR SUNRISE SUPERSTITIOUS

577

450

Dale Land & Cattle, Dickinson, TX Sire: RIVER CAPTAIN Dam: SIERRA 51

MK HIGH SOCIETY

DJL JUNO IM PRETTY

231

Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY Sire: OWENS RESPECT Dam: PEEK A BOO LD

VIVIAN 01

231

164

Lonnie Starritt, Anthony, NM Sire: MAVERICKS IRON LAD

155

Dam: CAJUN LADY 9/05

155

Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary, Prague, OK Sire: DIAMOND Q PEACEMAKER Dam: TRI-W TEXAS BELLE STAR

HL OKLAHOMA GIRL 01 219

185

Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY Sire: OWENS RESPECT Dam: POPO AGIE

DIAMOND Q WATHINA

Billy Thompson & Gary Jenkins, Clyde, TX Sire: Lib's Ace of Spade Dam: Jeda

BLACK PEARL 82

SUNRISE CHICKEN NUGGET

SS IRON LAD'S STORM LADY

John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX Sire: SALTGRASS Dam: SOCIETY REDEEMER

August 2011

107

Brink Longhorns, Frederick, OK Sire: LWR VALDEZ Dam: BRINK CORONADO BELVA

Doug and Darnell Muenchow, Floresville, TX Sire: BOOMERANG C P Dam: ROE'S MISS CRESSON 287

Wayne and Karen Himmelreich, Del Valle, TX Sire: SD REMARKABLE REDEMPTION Dam: PRL SWOOSH HERE I COME

SDR QUEENIE CS

BRINK MISS VALDEZ 702

149

Garrett Tanner, Stephenville, TX Sire: COWPUNCHER Dam: CK LIB'S 2ND CHOICE

27

PETTIJOHNS RED ASTER

HALTERED MATURE FEMALES

124

Billy Thompson and Gary Jenkins, Clyde, TX Sire: CIRCLE K BOSS Dam: ANCHOR D YATES 374/7

HI 5'S SHENA BABE

496

MK SOCIETY'S CHILD

Swing'n Star Ranch, Dayton, TX Sire: SON OF PISTOL Dam: G&L STUNNING SHENA

John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX Sire: Captain Crunch Dam: ENR Coppacheena

RAFTER J2 TEXAS PUFF

V BAR VIPER HALO

330

David & S. Lynn Starritt, Anthony, NM Sire: LEXUS Dam: SD GRACIE

PEEK A BOO LD

108

106

Vizza-Vizza Partnership, Bulverde, TX Sire: V BAR VIPER Dam: BRR BELLA ANGELINA

251

ENR EZMARELLDA

90

Toby Johnson, Big Horn, WY Sire: HAWKEYE COYOTE Dam: HAWKEYE MAYFLOWER

Ben & Ilse Myren, Colville, WA Sire: CAPTAIN CRUNCH Dam: ENR COPPACHEENA

CO NIGHTFALL

IR GLORY'S PRIDE

192

Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX Sire: AHAB 117 Dam: TP SHOTSY

INDIAN GIRL 636

90

Joshua L. Boone, Winnsboro, TX Sire: DL EMPEROR'S MEASLES Dam: IR GLORY

125

Carla Payne, Slidell, TX Sire: BUCKSHOT Dam: KICKAPOO FARMS 185

LUCKY B MADE IN HEAVEN

62

Stephanie Kay Bradley, Stamford, TX Sire: LUCKY B MATCH POINT Dam: LUCKY B SPANKY

HI 5'S SHENA BABE

BULLS

HD FLASH POINT

652

297

George and Cindy Dennis, Coupland, TX Sire: HD EDGE'S FLASH Dam: HD BEAUTY'S BELLE

Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary, Prague,OK Sire: DIAMOND Q PEACEMAKER Dam: TRI-W TEXAS BELLE STAR

SDR MASTER YODA

TL BULLETPROOF

491

Dale Land and Cattle, Dickinson, TX Sire: SUNRISE SEBASTIAN Dam: LA BONITA 7/7

SANDDOLLAR MAMA'S BOY

212

Braden Tanner, Stephenville, TX Sire: SMOKIN ACES Dam: TL MISS B HAVEN

389

J5 IRONSIDE

199

John & Diann Chase, Fort Worth, TX Sire: RCR SCORPION'S STINGER Dam: SANDDOLLAR SWEETNESS

J5 Longhorns, Molalla, OR Sire: J5 PISTOL PETE Dam: J 5 CROWN'S BEAUTY

ANCHOR T ANCHOR MAN

Matt & Sarah Vuskov, Rosharon, TX Sire: WINCHESTER 465/9 Dam: RAF REDEEMER'S FLOWER

Anchor T Ranch, Kemah, TX Sire: SDR SUNRISE SUPERMAN

320

Dam: SD ANCHOR'S AWAY

TTT FREIGHTLINER

DANANANANANANANANA BATMAN 313

ANDERS SAFARI

Thurmond Longhorns, Adkins, TX Sire: JP GRAND CHEX Dam: ELECTRA JET

Art Anders, Crawford, NE Sire: LINDA'S BLACK BOMBER SAFARI

HD FLASH POINT

Special thanks to photographers John & Zalyndia Powell for their time and effort during the 2011 Texas Longhorn Exposition. If you would like the photography services of John & Zalyndia Powell, contact them at (903) 714-9345 or P.O. Box 637 • Lindale, TX 75771.

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A sincere thank you to our National Youth Show Premier Sponsor Autobahn Motorcar Group Youth Scholarship Tour. The event wouldn’t be complete without your support!

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ld r o W A A B r! L e T b e m th reme e k ma w to o t o sho ou!!! d A u o y ow out y t h a S h l t Youth t with l a i e l t o a a d SARAH HINDMAN i n io t ec ’ t r n a p RUSSELL HOOKS ap and N could e TRISTA LUTZ W ow e W MELISSA PAUL Sh TRIGG & TRACI MOORE KEVIN & LAURY ROOKER JOHN OLIVER CINDY DENNIS STEVE & BODIE QUARY LANA HIGHTOWER DR. BOB KROPP BRENT & CINDY BOLEN LACEY JEFFREY KYLE TANNER KATHRYN HEAD TAYLOR FRONTERA CHRISTI RANDOLPH SARAH GALLOWAY

DONNIE TAYLOR STEVEN ZUNKER KEITH DUBOSE SEAN O’BRIEN JAY & SUZANNE FASKE KATHY KITTLER BOW CARPENTER NATHAN GALLAGHER LARRY BARKER JACOB FASKE JULIA FASKE ANDREW FASKE JAN PACK MARY DAWN TEKELL CAROLE PHILLIPS ROBERT RICHEY

GARY BOWDOIN PATTY MAHAFFEY JESSI YODER DIANE MEADOWS JEAN SMITH KIM HUDSON JOEL LEMLEY LYNN STARRITT CINDY DENNIS KIM VINSON JENNIFER HARRIS LISA MORGAN ALLIE GALLOWAY DELLA SERNA KIM RICHEY

Special Thank You! TLBAA Auction Committee would like to thank the following for donating items to the live auction: Toby Johnson • Jeff and Nancy Bearden • Ron and Donna Garison • Kim Barfield • Texas Longhorn Trails We would also like to thank the following for donating and or purchasing items for the silent auction:

Al Vinson • Laura Standley Tim Yang • Laury Rooker Ashlyn Anderson • Larry Smith Lynn Starritt • Bonnie Winters Kasi Dick • Connie Castelan Main Street Mercantile Carol Hosea • Marilyn Moore Carson Webster • Clint Colman Marrilou Russell • C. L. Bena Mike Karbowski • Cody English Misty Tucker • Craig Perez Mitchell Dale • Nora Gleason Designs by Pong, Poco Ltd. MS Behaving - Debbie Johnson

Donnie & Marilyn Taylor Dr. Gene & Lana Hightower Pam Galloway • Edna Markham Rex Mosser • Jerry McAdams Everything Bling- Bonnie Peck Robert & Kim Richey Fran McAdams • Jamie Scoggins Ron & Donna Garison Frank & Sue Bowdoin Russell Trading Post Gary & Amy Franks Lazy JP Ranch Glen Smith • Samuel Faske Singing Cowgirl Shop

Hope Thurmond • Tracy Krueger James Culpepper • Ron Walker Triple T Longhorns - Trigg & Traci Moore Bolen Longhorns - Brent & Cindy Bolen Mesquite Ridge Cattle Co. - Ronnie Meadows Early Attic -Nelda Coffman & Kim Hudson Pearls & Old Lace - Linda Broom Flying Double J Longhorns - Janet Kostellie

Cattle Baron’s Premier Longhorn Sale

Submitted by Cattle Baron’s Premier Longhorn Sale MAY 13-14, 2011 NAVASOTA, TX AUCTIONEER: RON MARQUESS PEDIGREES: WES WATSON

HOST: TEXAS LONGHORN BREEDERS GULF COAST ASSOCIATION

Highlights

Terry & Tammy King, Westville, FL; Andy Martinez, Ben Wheeler, TX; Felix Serna, Kingsville, TX; Della Serna; Stacy Martinez Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX; Bob Dube, Round Top, TX

Total Sales - 86 (16 P/O’s) = $118,825.00 Average: $1,382.00 Heifers Sold - 34 (4 P/O’s) = $57,125.00 Average: $1,680.00 Cows Sold - 52 (13 P/O’s) = $61,700.00 Average: $1,370.00

TLBAA's Rick Fritsche with Bobby Gutierrez, Bryan, TX

Volume Buyer: Stockton Ranches High Selling Cow - $5,750 Purchased by Mark Hubbell Donation Lot: $5,200

Photos by Troy Robinett & Rick Fritsche

Craig Perez, Comanche, OK; Stacy Martinez, Ben Wheeler, TX; Ty Wehring, Houston, TX; Gary Bowdoin, Crawford, TX

John Parmley, Somerville, TX; George Wilhite, Navasota, TX

Jody Shaw, Prospect, TN; Mary Ann Crenshaw, College Station, TX; George Wilhite, Navasota, TX

Sandy Stotts, Midway, TX; Tracy Woolie, Houston, TX; Doug Stotts, Midway, TX; Marion Woolie, Houston, TX

Dan Tisdale, Bowie, TX; Wes Watson, Garvin, OK

Dr. Bill Torkildsen, Fayetteville, TX; Dr. Bob Kropp, Perry, OK; Maurice Ladnier, Perkinston, MS; Matt Westmoreland, Franklinton, LA

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Doug Stotts, Midway, TX; George Wilhite, Navasota, TX; Dr. Kevin Stotts, Navasota, TX Texas Longhorn Trails

Scholarship Opportunities Help Students Move Forward To Meet Educational Goals by Henry King The most recent addition to the roster of scholarships available to young exhibitors of Texas Longhorns is the TLBAA-sponsored Bright Futures Scholarship Program. It joins the established Mosser Family Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Autobahn Motorcar Group Youth Scholarship Tour. While all of these have different criteria for eligibility, the common denominator is the requirement that the recipients exhibit Texas Longhorn cattle. The Autobahn Tour is in its eleventh year of philanthropy while the Mosser Family Fund has been providing scholarships for five years. The Autobahn Tour, established in 2000 by John and Diann Chase, holds two shows a year – the Autobahn Classic in February and the Autobahn Super Stakes in August, both held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, Texas. In addition to five-deep class placements, scholarships are awarded for showmanship, team penning, speech contest, quiz, art and photo contest, the Laura Harding Perseverance Award and essay contest. Over 600 youth have Tour scholarship accounts totaling nearly $1.5 million. The Mosser Family Memorial Fund was established by Rex Mosser, Midway, Texas, to honor the memory of his wife, Vicki, and their son, Phillip. Other TLBAA members added to the initial funding, and donation heifers at various sales continue to be auctioned to benefit the fund, which is administered by Dr. Zech Dameron, III. “Until this year,” said Dameron, “everyone who applied got a scholarship. We’ve had some real success stories and I’m very proud of them.” And the recipients do not have to be current members of the Texas Longhorn Breeders of Tomorrow (TLBT). Julie Pack is an example of a former TLBT member who has received several Mosser scholarships. Julie is several years away from high school and the TLBT, having completed her undergraduate studies at Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. She then went to Texas A&M for a Master of Science in Reproductive Physiology. After August 2011

that she went back to Tarleton State University and got a second Master of Science in Biology, and has now completed her first year in Veterinary School at Texas A&M.

starting point for their college careers. Blinn is a two-year academic institution that offers co-enrollment and automatic transfer programs with Texas A&M and Sam Houston State University.

Kathryn Head, daughter of Stephen and Kimberly Head, Angleton, TX, is another multiple recipient of Mosser scholarships. She lacks two more semesters at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, majoring in Animal Science/Pre-Vet. She plans to enter the vet school at Texas A&M, and upon graduation, become a large animal veterinarian working with either zoo animals or livestock. Kathryn has been around Texas Longhorns all her life, and competed in shows since she was eight years old. She is an Honors Graduate of Angleton High School where she also won tennis championships in singles and mixed doubles.

Abigail Faske, like her siblings, was home schooled with basic education courses, and in her case, some elective business classes and college prep. After two years at Blinn, she plans to go to Texas A&M where she plans to combine a business management degree with jewelry design. She loves drawing, would like to create designs for customers and wants to have her own business. Abigail showed Longhorns five years, has served TLBT as a director, and from 2009-2011 was TLBT Secretary.

Matthew Head, Kathryn’s brother, will enter the University of Texas, Austin, with both a Bright Futures and Mosser scholarships. He began showing cattle when he was six years old and in Kindergarten; among his many Longhorn accomplishments, he earned the prestigious All Around Exhibitor award at the 2010 Autobahn Super Stakes. His Angleton High School accomplishments include National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, three year academic award, three year letterman in tennis, captain of the varsity tennis team his senior year, and graduated number 15 out of 486 students. He seeks a bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies at the University of Texas with plans to attend seminary at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, to obtain a master’s degree in theology or divinity. Three youngsters from the Faske family of Somerville, Texas – Abigail, Jacob and Andrew -- have received scholarships this year. All three will have Bright Futures scholarships, and both Jacob and Andrew will also have Mosser Family scholarships. Blinn College in Brenham is or will be the

Jacob Faske will focus on applied sciences and Ag Marketing at Blinn College, then transfer to Texas A&M to get a degree in Animal Science. He credits neighbor Darlene Aldridge, DVM with getting his family involved with Texas Longhorns, and he plans to have his own herd someday. Jacob has served the TLBT as Senior Director, Vice-President and as President. Last year, the family went to twenty-some shows, but he says he will cut back some this year due to the demands of college. Andrew Faske enjoyed doing anything that helped raise money for the TLBT, and although he held no office, he was able to help in sales of raffle tickets, tee shirts, bandanas and sweat shirts. Following his two years at Blinn College, he plans to transfer to Texas A&M in pursuit of a Bachelor Degree in Animal Science. Already skilled in trimming cattle hooves, he plans to attend Oklahoma State Horseshoeing School, Ardmore, Oklahoma once he completes his academic studies at A&M. Lindsey Rooker is the daughter of Kevin and Laury Rooker, Poolville,

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Texas. She is a graduate of Bridgeport High School and will be a sophomore at Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. While in high school, she participated in UIL Journalism and she was co-editor of her high school yearbook. She played trombone four years in high school and continues playing trombone in her college band. She is a member of Tau Beta Sigma, a service sorority which provides music to the community and campus. Lindsey is a beneficiary of the Mosser Family Scholarship Fund. Blake Austin Powell is the son of Rickey and Melissa Powell, Hineston, Louisiana, where he attended Oak Hill High School. Blake will use his Mosser Family scholarship to attend Louisiana State University at Alexandria in pursuit of a business degree. He was very involved in high school with various clubs and was manager of the basketball, softball and track teams. He had an ACT score of 17 and ranked in the top third of his class. His parents turned the responsibilities of tending their Longhorn herd over to Blake, and he works diligently to be sure the cows are fed, the fences are mended and the calves are not neglected. He says these responsibilities have helped him develop a work ethic, dependability and financial budgeting as well as some extra muscle. Hannah Claire Murphy, Ennis, Texas, is a 2009 graduate of Ferris High School. Her mother and stepfather are Tracy and Craig Krueger. Hannah served as president and vicepresident of her FFA Chapter, and she is a member of the National Honor Society. She was a State FFA Ambassador and received the ambassador of the year award for 2009. She was also Autobahn Ambassador for the Autobahn Scholarship Tour. Hannah is currently a junior at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, where she is using her Mosser Family scholarship to major in Agricultural Sciences with a minor in Communications. Allyn Elizabeth Ryan, Danbury, Texas, will use her Mosser Family scholarship to attend Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. Allyn’s

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mother is Alicia Karbowski and her stepfather is Michael Karbowski; her father, Glen Ryan, died about four years ago. Allyn has been involved in many activities including FFA, National Honor Society, TLBT, TAEF (Teachers and Future Educators), Varsity Golf and Tennis. She served as FFA Chapter President two years; with her help, her chapter won the National Chapter Award. She volunteers at NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a non-profit organization that helps people with mental illness and their families find the resources they need. At college, she will study psychology so she can work with NAMI full time or help people with mental illness through counseling or any other venue. That is her true passion. Sarah Galloway and Allie Galloway, Boyd, Texas, are daughters of TLBAA’s Pam Galloway. Each of them received scholarships from the Mosser Family Memorial Fund. Sarah Galloway was active in a variety of organizations while attending Boyd High School, including FFA Chapter Vice-President and FFA Chapter Reporter; she was on the State-Qualifying Horse Judging Team. Sarah was the third-highpoint individual in the State Floriculture contest and was on the State-Qualifying floriculture team. She is currently attending Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas in pursuit of a degree in Agriculture Education with a minor in Horticulture. Allie Galloway is a 2009 graduate of Boyd High School. There she was a Drum Major, served as FFA Secretary and won the Laura Harding Perseverance Award. She was on the National Honors Society and the Tri-M Music Honors Society. She won the DeKalb Agriculture Accomplishment Award and the USMC Scholastic Excellence Award. She is a Distinguished Student at Tarleton State University where she is studying Criminal Justice. Following graduation, she plans to attend a police academy to become a police officer. Rachel Calhoun is the daughter of Buddy and Katrina Calhoun, Ferris,

Texas. She attended Ferris High School where she was a member of the FFA and the National Honor Society, a recognition program for students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. She was vice-president of Josten’s Renaissance program which helps people express themselves, recognize achievements and share their stories. A recipient of a scholarship from the Mosser Family fund, Rachel plans to attend Tyler Junior College, Tyler, Texas, to become a dental hygienist. Emily Ann Marie Thurmond is the daughter of Derek and Hope Thurmond, Adkins, Texas. She graduated from East Central High School, San Antonio, Texas. In 2009, she earned the TLBAA Top Hand Award for designing the award belt buckles and t-shirts for the youth Longhorn show at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo – and raising the money to fund them. With sister Thera Hope, won the Haltered Herdsmanship Award at the 2010 World Show. She was the first female in her FFA Chapter to do a welding project – a barbecue pit in the shape of a Longhorn. She won First and Reserve Champion at her FFA Chapter show, then took it to the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show and won Division Champion. In high school, she worked on a two-year program to become a Certified Nursing Assistant and plans to use some of her Mosser Scholarship money at Alamo Community College to continue the basics. She then plans to transfer to Baylor University to complete her medical degree. Jayme Templin is the daughter of Jay and Barbara Templin, Ferris, Texas. She completed her high school work at Ferris High School, where she served the FFA Chapter as secretary and as president. She was the recipient of the Laura Harding Perseverance Award. Jayme plans to use her Mosser Family scholarship at Cedar View College, Lancaster, Texas, where she will study to become a Veterinary Technician.

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2011 Millennium Futurity Results Submitted by Millennium Futurity

JUNE 3-4, 2011 GLEN ROSE, TX AUCTIONEER: BILL DAVIDSON PEDIGREES: LARRY BARKER ✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯

$9,000 – SUNHAVEN POSSUM GAL Consigned by Jay Wachter & Susan Willard. Buyer – Hudson Longhorns $7,750 – D/O GRAND'S DIXIE ROSE Consigned by Oren & Dianna O'Dell. Buyer – Benjamin Gravett $5,250 – NB SITTIN AWAY Consigned by Robert Fenza. Buyer – Michael Casey

HIGH SELLING LOT:

$10,000

$4,750– SUNHAVEN RESPECT FROSTY Consigned by Jay Wachter & Susan Willard. Buyer – Doug Stotts.

RJF LUCKY SASSY

Consignor: Richard Filip Buyer: Doug Stotts

OTHER TOP SELLING LOTS :

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$4,250– AWESOME DIAMOND Consigned by Mountain Creek Longhorns. Buyer – Sand Hills Ranch $3,500– LC COTTON CANDY Consigned by Doug Stotts. Buyer – Bill and Jo Le’AN $3,000– D/O SUNDANCE'S ROSEBUD Consigned by Oren & Dianna O’Dell. Buyer – Michael Casey $2,500– SUNHAVEN SITTIN PETITE Consigned by Jay Wachter & Susan Willard. Buyer – Zech Dameron, III $2,500– BLAZIN' DOTS Consigned by John Randolph. Buyer – Nelson Hearn. $2,500– DP JAMAKIN JUNIPER Consigned by Danny & Carole Phillips. Buyer – Doug Stotts

C ★L ★A ★S ★S P ★L ★A ★C ★I ★N ★G ★S Class 1: 1.War Paint's Spook Buster, LNL Longhorns 2.Pacific Tallac, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 3.Sombrah's Boot, Brown's Longhorns Class 2: 1.RJF Grande Horizon, Richard & Jeanne Filip 2.LP Alonso, John & Christy Randolph 3.Pacific Pyramid, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch Class 3: 1.Sittin' Cowboy, Eddie & Sharon Settlemyer 2.D/O Maverick, O'Dell/Nading Partnership 3.MC Medicine Man, Brian & Mary Stahl 4.SSR Degullo, David & Kathy Adams 5.RJF Loan Star Tejas, Richard & Jeanne Filip 6.High Iron, Clinard Longhorns 7.5D Zillas Hot Shot, Dan Huntington 8.WS Twisted, Tom Smith 9.BZB Potlicker, Brown's Longhorns Class 4: 1.RJF Tex Max, Richard & Jeanne Filip 2.WS Amazing, Tom Smith 3.SE Unostopabull, Eddie & Sharon Settlemyer 4.Nel-Tam Iron Man, Scott Simmons Class 5: 1.JA’ Malice, John & Christy Randolph 2.Alamo Ranger, J. Faske/R. Fenza 3.Sun Haven Sittin Oreo, Lee Decker 3.VF Agustus, David & Colette Varner 5.WTR Shadow's Trail, Western Trail Ranch 6.BZB Motorscooter, James & Amy Roesler Class 6: 1.MC Lever Action, Western Trail Ranch 2.Coco Chex, Thurmond Longhorns 3.TX W Sonic Boom, George Wilhite Class 7: 1.Hubbell's Rio Fantom, Harold & Kari Glover 2.Bull Whip, T2T Partnership 3.Sittin Awesome, Dan Huntington 4.Golden Boy 259, Noel Felix 5.TCC Candy Gumdrops, Bill & Judy Meridith 6.High Voltage 960, Reck/Smith Partnership 7.JBM Mr. Mel, Junction Hill Cattle Co. 8.Felony, Gates Fryer 9.VV Sagebrush Ruler, Melvin & Rebecca Rhodes 10.Zabaco Del Rio, Randy & Sharon Steele

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Class 9: 1.4 Wind Phonomenal Chic, Fourwind Cattle Co. 2.JHCC Rio Rosey, Junction Hill Cattle Co. 3.DC Trophy, Deer Creek Longhorns 3.RJF She's A Sittin Pretty, Richard & Jeanne Filip 5.WS Itchit, Tom Smith 6.RJF Super Reflection, Richard & Jeanne Filip 7.HCRG Gyspy, Hal & Carole Griffin 8.Tycoon Missy Lamb, LNL Longhorns Class 10: 1.EL Dixie Delight, Ethan & Ashley Loos 2.Sweet Respect, Frank Hevrdejs 3.D/O Sittin Sun, Oren & Dianna O'Dell 4.JHCC Dreamz of a Champ, Doug Stotts 5.2 JB Tequila Diamond, Double JB Ranch 6.JHCC Alamo's Finest, Junction Hill Cattle Co. 7.JHCC Champ's Spectacular, 4-C Ranch 8.WS Hot Stuff, Tom Smith 9.WS Spinner, Tom Smith 9.Quzamer, Deer Creek Longhorns 11.Awesome Lula Bell, Mountain Creek Longhorns 12.MC Rosebud, Brian & Mary Stahl 13.2 JB Jamaican Glow, Double JB Ranch 14.Gunned Down, Deer Creek Longhorns 15.Super Lily, John & Christy Randolph 16.GS American Honey, Green/Schumacher Partnership 17.TC Sittin Mandy, Larry and Paula Reck 18.5D Sue Z, Noel Felix 19.SH Foxy Respect 38/10, Brian & Mary Stahl 20.CR Mystify, Hudson Longhorns 21.RR Cleo Smokin Aces, Roy Rosson 22.Boomerang's Gal CB, Chris Burton Class 11: 1.Fire Angel 01, John & Christy Randolph 2.HCRG Calico Miss, Hal & Carole Griffin 3.Awesome Candy Cane, Mountain Creek Longhorns 3.RJF Sweet & Sassy, Richard & Jeanne Filip 5.Nel-Tam Crispy Carmella, Eddie & Sharon Settlemyer 5.Fancy Chex, John & Christy Randolph 5.RJF Lucky Sassie, Doug Stotts 8.Cooter Dandy, Bob Dube 8.4 Wind Fantasy, Fourwind Cattle Co. 10.Pacific Moon River, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 11.Nel-Tam Honeycomb, Nel-Tam

Longhorns 12. Miss Respect 10, Buck Merriman Jr. 13.Ooh La La SS, Schumacher Cattle Co. 13.LC Lady of Chrome, Bill & Jo Le'An 13.Texana Peach, Dan Huntington 16.Anika Azul EBL, James & Pia Eyman 17.TC Lefty's Baby, David & Colette Varner 18.CR Sittin Pretty Penny, Richard & Jeanne Filip 19.WS Misty, Tom Smith 20.SH Sand Bucket, Donnie Taylor 21.SH Magic Rattler, Sand Hills Ranch 22.Sittin Michelle, Bear Davidson 23.SM Southern Babe, Matthew Moore 24.AW Lady Empress Angel, Terry & Ernie Noey Class 12: 1.Awesome Kerry, Mountain Creek Longhorns 2.NB Sittin Away, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 3.Pacific Lupin, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 4.Awesome Virgie, Mountain Creek Longhorns 5.Awesome Abigail, Mountain Creek Longhorns 5.D/O Sundance's Rita, Oren & Dianna O'Dell 7.DP Jake's Angel, Greg Franks 8.VV Amazing Lady, John & Christy Randolph 9.SH Loretta Honey 73/9, Sand Hills Ranch 10.Sittin Honey, Deer Creek Longhorns 11.Sittin & Dreamin, Harold & Kari Glover 12.SH Cactus Rattler, Sand Hills Ranch 13.Sittin Fancy, Clinard Longhorns 14.JBM Miss Precious, Hudson Longhorns 15.Blazin Dots, Nelson Hearn 16.JHCC Hill Country Queen, 4C Ranch 17.BH Odds Up, David & Kathy Adams 18.RRR Miss Amelia J 968, Triple R Ranch 18.FX Glee, Noel Felix 20.AW Angel Apple Dumplin, Terry & Ernie Noey 20.SM Mystic Blue Moon, Casey Moore Class 13: 1.Awesome Sahara, Mountain Creek Longhorns 2.MC Abbey, Brian & Mary Stahl 3.Awesome Morgan, Mountain Creek Longhorns 4.Twisted Sister, John & Christy Randolph 5.LC Cotton Candy, Doug Stotts 5.M Arrow Miracle, Sand Hills Ranch 7.RRR Miss Rio Bianca 935, Triple R

Ranch 8.CWR Zbreeze, G&G Longhorns 9.D/O Chrome's Barbie, Oren & Dianna O'Dell 10.4 Wind Dainica, G&G Longhorns 11.D/O Sundance's Rose Bud, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 11.VNR Lil Bit Naughty, Vida Nueva Ranch 13.Awesome Diamond, Sand Hills Ranch 14.Dora the Explorer, Clinard Longhorns 15.VV Magnificent Sparkles, Melvin & Rebecca Rhodes 16.RJF Hunt's Super Star, Richard & Jeanne Filip 17.HCRG Celebration, Hal & Carole Griffin 18.Awesome Suzette, Rob & Marcy Fenza 19.HCRG Café AU Late, Hal & Carole Griffin 20.Texana Rey, Sun Haven Farm 21.4 Wind Liberty, Fourwind Cattle Co. 22.Sun Haven Sittin Petite, Zech Dameron III 23.Pacific Beatrice, Fairlea Longhorn Ranch 23.Sun Haven Possum Gal, Hudson Longhorns 25.Hot Shots Patricia, 4-C Ranch 26.Wiregrass Normanda, Thurmond Longhorns 27.Super Idyl SH 57/9, Sand Hills Ranch 28.August Jewel, Roy Rosson Class 14: 1.Wiregrass Magnolia 09, Joe Graddy 2.D/O Grand Dixie Rose, G&G Longhorns 3.Sun Haven Respect Frosty, Doug Stotts 3.LC Hershey's Snicker, Deer Creek Longhorns 3.BH Magadoon, Thurmond Longhorns 6.AW Over Kill's Angel Lyn, Terry & Ernie Noey 6.RRR Miss Sunny Z 908, Triple R Ranch 8.DP Jamakan Juniper, Doug Stotts 9.Chex for Molly, Eddie & Sharon Settlemyer 10.RJF Emmi's Bada Bing, Roy Rosson 11.Awesome Mocha, Mountain Creek Longhorns 11.Wiregrass Carmello, David Mills 13.VV Sage Flower, Melvin & Rebecca Rhodes 14.SH Fiesty Echo 13/9, Sand Hills Ranch 15.TCC Flashy Gabby, Hal & Carole Griffin 16.BH Dark Dot, Roy Rosson 17.LC Penny, Bill & Jo Le'An 18.Super Stage, G&G Longhorns 18.Super Loco, G&G Longhorns

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October 15, 2011 Fort Worth, TX Sponsored by the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America Name of TLBAA Member: __________________________________ TLBAA#

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Name of Animal: __________________________________________ TLBAA# ______________ _____ Heifer _____ Cow _____ Pair _____ Bull* OCV Vaccinated Yes ___ No ___ *Must be entered in at least one catagory of Showcase. Trich Test required on bulls. Picture of Animal _______ DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: AUGUST 1, 2011 Consignment Fees ($325 per head with 5% commission): _____________ ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS: Must have completed transfer application, original TLBAA certificate, completed consignment form and quality photo in TLBAA office by August 1st. Consignment fees will not be refunded on animals pulled from the sale.

BREEDING INFORMATION Cow Exposed To ________________________________ From __________ To ____________ Bull’s Name

Cow Exposed To ________________________________ From __________ To ____________ Bull’s Name

Calf at Side Information:

Sex ________________

Date Calved ____________

Sired by______________________________________________ COMMENTS ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ WAIVER/CONSENT FORM (This form must be signed and returned in order to complete your consignment) The Horn Showcase Sale (HSS) assumes no responsibility for any guarantee made by the consignor. All guarantees are strictly between the consignor (seller) and the buyer. HSS is not responsible for the health or safety of any animal consigned to the sale. This includes loss of life, loss by theft or other perils. All consignors must comply with the rules and regulations. The undersigned hereby agrees to conditions of the sale and agrees that all guarantees are between seller and buyer. The undersigned further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless HSS, sale employees and duly authorized representatives from any and all claims, demands, causes of action or liabilities of any nature which may arise from or in any way relate to the Horn Showcase Sale. The undersigned agrees that if the buyer is unable to accept delivery because of Interstate health requirements, the consignor, not HSS or its management, shall be responsible for refund or adjustment.

_______________________________________________ Owner of Animal/Consignor’s Signature

____________________________ Date

THIS FORM MUST BE ATTACHED TO ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE WITH COMPLETED TRANSFER FORM. M A N A G E D B Y T H E T E X A S L O N G H O R N B R E E D E R S A S S O C I AT I O N O F A M E R I C A S A L E S M A N A G E M E N T D I V I S I O N P. O . B o x 4 4 3 0 • F o r t W o r t h , T X 7 6 1 6 4 • ( 8 1 7 ) 6 2 5 - 6 2 4 1 Kim Barfield - ext 119 • kim@tlbaa.org

October 13-16, 2011 • Fort Worth, TX A self-funding event by the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America For consignment & sponsorship check out CAN’T MAKE IT TO FORT WORTH??

BRED & OWNED DIVISION

You can still be a 2011 Horn Showcase Winner!! TLBAA is offering satellite measuring across the nation. Check out www.tlbaa.org or contact the TLBAA today for more info. All exhibitors must be members of the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America. All animals must be registered with the TLBAA. A copy of the animal’s registration certificate and entry fee of $100 for each category entered must accompany entry form for each animal. A photograph must be included with each entry to be entered. A photograph can be e-mailed to kim@tlbaa.org

www.tlbaa.org

For a $50 entry fee, if you are the breeder and owner of an entry, you may enter this additional category. One winner per age class.

DIVISIONS Category:

totaL HorN, tIP to tIP & CoMPoSIte HorN Bull & Female Divisions

Division I: Division II: Division III: Division IV: Division V: Division VI: Division VII:

oct. 31, 2010 - Nov. 1, 2009 oct. 31, 2009 - Nov. 1, 2008 oct. 31, 2008 - Nov. 1, 2007 oct. 31, 2007 - Nov. 1, 2006 oct. 31, 2006 - Nov. 1, 2004 oct. 31, 2004 - Nov. 1, 2001 Nov. 30, 2001 & before Steer Division

ENTRY DEADLINE: SEPT. 8, 2011 IN OFFICE

Division VIII

Born 2005 & before

✔ NO LATE ENTRIES ✔ NO SUBSTITUTIONS ✔ SCRATCHES WILL

ENTRY FORM

NOT BE REFUNDED

Exhibitor’s Name__________________________________________________

✔(No HEALTH PAPERS Exceptions) ✔ NO TRICH TEST ON

Exhibitor’s TLBAA# _____________ Animal’s TLBAA # _________________

EXHIBITION BULLS

FOR MORE INFORMATION: TEXAS LONGHORN BREEDERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA P.O. Box 4430 • Fort Worth, TX 76164

Kim Barfield – 817/625-6241 Chair: Dawn Divinia 972/890-8891 Co-Chair: Justin Rombeck 816/536-1083

Animal’s Name __________________________________________________ Date of Birth ________ Division as specified above _____________________ $100 PER CATEGORY ENTRY CATEGORIES: TOTAL HORN TIP–TO–TIP COMPOSITE HORN Eligibility for composite horn category requires entry in tip-to-tip and total horn categories

$50 BRED & OWNED DIVISION FORM OF PAYMENT: CASH CHECK Credit Card # ___________________________ VISA

MASTERCARD DISCOVER

CREDIT CARD

Exp. Date _________ CID # _______

SATELLITE LOCATION__________________________________________

TRAIL BOSS-

$25,000

★ 12 full pages within the sponsorship pages in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ 1 Texas Longhorn Trails cover (excludes February 2012, July 2012, August 2012 & December 2012)

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2 Horn Showcase Sale Consignments 6 Horn Showcase Entries 2 page Ranch Feature in Texas Longhorn Trails Full page ad in Horn Showcase program book Full page ad in Horn Showcase Catalog

MOSSY HORN-

$4,500

★ 4 full page or 12 - 1/3 color ads within the sponsorship pages in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ A full page ad in Showcase program ★ 3 hanging banners at the Showcase ★ Ranch exhibit space at the Showcase ★ Special recognition at all events ★ Special HS logo to run on all ads if desired ★ Name listed on all HS literature: Trails, press releases, etc.

LEAD STEER -

$3,000

★ 2 Full page or 6 – 1/3 color ads within the sponsorship pages in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ 100 Overruns of one of the full-page ads to use as a marketing resource ★ A 1/2 page ad in Showcase program ★ 2 hanging banners at the Showcase ★ Special recognition at all events ★ Special HS logo to run on all ads if desired ★ Name listed on all HS literature: Trails, press releases, etc.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES TEXAS TWISTER - $1,000 ★ A 1/3 pg color ad within the sponsorship pages in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ A 1/3 page ad in the Showcase Program ★ A Hanging Banner at Showcase ★ Special recognition at all events ★ Name listed on all HS literature: Trails, press releases, etc. BRUSH POPPER - $500 ★ A 1/6 page color ad page in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ A 1/4 page ad in the Showcase Program ★ Space for a banner ★ Special recognition at all events RAWHIDER - $250

★ A Sale Pen color ad within sponsorship pages in the Trails magazine beginning September 2011 ★ A business card size ad in the Showcase Program ★ Special recognition at all events DRAG RIDER - $75

★ A breeders guide ad size ad in the Showcase Program ★ Special recognition at all events

YES! I WANT TO SPONSOR THE 2011 TLBAA HORN SHOWCASE! NAME: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TLBAA# ____________________________ ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CITY ____________________________________________________________STATE __________ZIP __________________PHONE ________________________________________

SPONSORSHIP LEVEL: ❑ TRAIL BOSS $25,000

❑ MOSSY HORN $4,500 ❑ LEAD STEER $3,000

❑ TEXAS TWISTER $1,000 ❑ BRUSH POPPER $500 ❑ RAWHIDER $250 ❑ DRAG RIDER $75 FORM OF PAYMENT: ❑ CASH ❑ CHECK Mail or Fax Form to: Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America P.O. Box 4430 • Fort Worth, TX 76164 Fax: (817) 625-1388 • Phone: (817) 625-6241

❑ CREDIT CARD# ____________________________________________________________________________ CARD TYPE: VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER EXP. DATE:_______________ CID# ____________ NAME ON CARD: ______________________________________________________________________________

For more information on these packages, contact Kim Barfield at (817) 625-6241.

October 1, 2011 CONTACT: Chad Smith cg.smith@ndsu.edu • (701) 590-9073 Location: Gordon Howie Ranch, Rapid City, SD October 7, 2011 CONTACT: Gail Moore (559) 779-1455 • (559) 583-8115 Location: CATL Satellite Measuring Hanford, CA October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Mark Stuck bcrstuck@hotmail.com (540) 272-2564 • (540) 752-6831 Location: Nel-Tam Longhorns, Richland, PA October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Alexandra Dees (541) 358-8787 Location: CR Longhorns, Harper, OR

October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Terry King (850) 956-4154 Location: Westville, FL October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Felix Serna or Della Serna fserna@elcoyote.com dserna@elcoyote.com (361) 522-0807 • (361) 296-4275 Location: El Coyote Ranch, Kingsville, TX October 8, 2011 - 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CONTACT: Doug Stotts (713) 598-2220 • Please RSVP Location: Rex Mosser/Doug Stotts, Midway, TX October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Mike Bowman mbowman@wildblue.net (316) 778-1717 Location: 5310 281st Rd., Cambridge, KS

October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Doug Hunt (435) 680-4822 • (435) 275-2112 Kent Bladen (801) 597-1774 Location: Saint George, UT October 8, 2011 CONTACT: Dick Lowe (517) 688-3030 ralowe642@hotmail.com Tom Smith (616) 897-6235 widespreadranch@iserv.net Location: Great Lakes Texas Longhorn Association Satellite Measuring, Horton, MI October 9, 2011 CONTACT: Scott Simmons (618) 729-2004 ssimmons@copeplastics.com Location: Medora, IL

SATELLITE MEASURINGS

TWISTY HORN CONTEST Exhibitor’s Name________________________________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s TLBAA# ____________________ Animal’s TLBAA # ________________________ Animal’s Name ________________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth ______________________ $100 PER CATEGORY ENTRY FORM OF PAYMENT: CATEGORIES: FEMALES (4-7 Years • 8-10 Years • 11+ Years)

CASH CHECK CREDIT CARD STEERS (Will break classes according to number of entries)

Credit Card # _________________________________________________ VISA

MASTERCARD

DISCOVER

Exp. Date _____________ CID # __________

Mail Entries to: TLBAA, P.O. Box 4430 • Fort Worth, TX 76164 • Kim Barfield (817) 625-6241 or kim@tlbaa.org

NO TROPHIES - PREMIUMS AWARDED ON WINNER OF CLASS • Judges to be determined.

Entry Deadline: September 8, 2011 Females will be evaluated on color, conformation, horn & breeding abilities. Steers will be evaluated on color, conformation, horn & wow factor. August 2011

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Dear Valued Member: With the TLBAA’s fiscal year ending, we would like to remind you to renew your TLBAA membership for the coming year. Remember, the Texas Longhorn Trails magazine is included in your membership, which will keep you up-to-date on all of the sales, shows and educational events that we have planned. E-Trails, which is updated weekly, is also available to provide you with the most current information on the goings on in the Longhorn world. Another free benefit is the H.O.R.N.S. System which gives you access to all your registration and membership information online. We hope you will renew your membership with the TLBAA today and look forward to working with you as we continue to shape and promote this majestic breed.

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WORKING CATTLE OR CATTLE THAT WILL WORK! The easy way to work Longhorn cattle! • Can be shipped by common carrier anywhere in the U.S. • Galvanized pipe and steel sheeting • Grease inserts for easy maintenance & operation • Vaccinate or deworm cattle • Palpation gates • Measure horns • A.I. cows

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END OF TRAIL RANCH Mike or Debbie Bowman • P.O. Box 40 • Benton, KS 67017 • Home (316) 778-1717 • Work (316) 838-6194 Check out our website - www.endoftrailranch.com • mbowman@wildblue.net • wichitafence-dab@sbcglobal.net

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Everyone Can Participate in the Affiliate Princess Challenge The Affiliate Princess contest has been developed to involve every TLBAA member who currently owns a registered heifer born in 2010. So often its been said that "shows are too far to travel to", "too expensive to attend", "too much work".... No more excuses.... There is no reason why every active member can't be part of the upcoming Affiliate Princess Competition. What's needed.... – a TLBAA registered 2010 heifer – a TLBAA current membership in good standing, and – a current membership with an active TLBAA affiliate. Don't have one of those? Check the TLBAA website and any of those three requirements can be obtained by getting involved with the TLBAA. For the affiliates....this is "an opportune time to shine"...promote your affiliate and the great cattle that are being raised by members belonging to your organization. How does the entry get selected? That's up to each affiliate and the more innovative the selection process, the more it needs to be shared in the TRAILS, so others can read about it in the affiliate news section. The deadline for entries is September 1, 2011, the photo requirements and the official entry form will be sent to each active affiliate chairperson in the upcoming weeks. Start looking...there's cash to be won, and bragging rights as the first TLBAA Affiliate Princess. Have fun, involve as many members as possible, find the best heifer to represent your affiliate. For questions or further information, contact Louis Christa at lchri58@msn.com August 2011

www.BlueMountainLonghorns.com Aubrey & Marva Herring • (918) 653-3647 • Heavener, Oklahoma

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PRE-CATALOG CONSIGNMENT FORM PICTURE OF ANIMAL _____________ CONSIGNMENT FEES _____________ $100.00 plus 5% ($50.00 Up Front for Pre-print Catalog)

OCV VACCINATED _______________

Name of TLBAA Member: __________________________________ TLBAA#

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Name of Animal: __________________________________________ TLBAA#

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_____ Heifer

_____ Cow

_____ Pair

_____ Bull

_____ Steer

BREEDING INFORMATION Cow Exposed To ________________________________ From __________ To ____________ Bull’s Name

Cow Exposed To ________________________________ From __________ To ____________ Bull’s Name

Calf at Side Information:

Sex ________________

Date Calved ______________

Sired by ________________________________________________ COMMENTS ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ WAIVER/CONSENT FORM (This form must be signed and returned in order to complete your consignment) The Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America (TLBAA) assumes no responsibility for any guarantee made by the consignor. All guarantees are strictly between the consignor (seller) and the buyer. The TLBAA or the auction venue is not responsible for the health or safety of any animal consigned to the sale. This includes loss of life, loss by theft or other perils. All consignors must comply with the rules and regulations. The undersigned hereby agrees to conditions of the sale and agrees that all guarantees are between seller and buyer. The undersigned further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the TLBAA, sale employees, the auction venue, and duly authorized representatives from any and all claims, demands, causes of action or liabilities of any nature which may arise from or in any way relate to the sale. The undersigned agrees that if the buyer is unable to accept delivery because of Interstate health requirements, the consignor, not the TLBAA or its management, shall be responsible for refund or adjustment. _______________________________________________ Owner of Animal/Consignor’s Signature

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THIS FORM MUST BE ATTACHED TO ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE WITH COMPLETED TRANSFER FORM. M A N A G E D B Y T H E T E X A S L O N G H O R N B R E E D E R S A S S O C I AT I O N O F A M E R I C A S A L E S M A N A G E M E N T D I V I S I O N

North Texas Longhorn Breeders Association

Kevin Rooker,, President (940) 748-1031 • rooker@hughes.net

The North Texas Affiliate is proud to announce that Stahlman Remmele of Paradise High School was awarded the first North Texas Affiliate scholarship. The scholarship is for $1200.00, which will benefit his studies at Tarleton State University. Stahlman began showing Longhorns through the Wise County Youth Project several years ago. We would like to welcome the following new members: Kirk, Rochelle, Barclay and Blair Brunson, Crawford, Texas; Mike, Tanya, Haley and Madison Horne, Paradise, Texas; Ronnie, Dianne, Wesley and Kelby Meadows, Paradise, Texas; Dennis Urbantke, San Angelo, Texas and Alan, Kim, Jake and Josh Vinson, Hico, Texas. Welcome aboard and if you have any questions……..just ask! A BIG ‘OL THANK YOU to Kevin and Laury Rooker for hosting the first North Texas Youth Leadership Camp. It was held at the Tabor ranch in Jacksboro. The new youth group is led by the following officers/directors: Caitlin Gilliam-President, Molly Cook-Vice President, Rachel Remmele-Secretary, Tarah Moore-Treasurer and Shelby Rooker and Wesley Meadows – Directors. The meeting covered such things as their new motto “Raising Tomorrow’s Legends”, Fundraising ideas and future youth clinics. Looks like they are off to a great start! We hope that the establishment of our new youth group, which consists of approximately 20 members, will entice other affiliates to do so as well. Save a space on your calendar for the North Texas Field Day and General Membership meeting. We are looking at October 15 as the date, but more information to come. The North Texas web-site will be going through some “construction” shortly. Please stay tuned!

Texas Longhorns Australia

John Bastardi,, President 02 - 6734 5320

Gunnedah is a regional town in New South Wales, Australia and on the long weekend in June it was the focus for the second annual sale for the Texas Longhorns Australia Inc group. Longhorn cattle from as far away as Charters Towers in Northern Queensland were transported into Gunnedah NSW where they went under the auctioneers hammer on Sunday, June 12th. Geoff Dawson, Secretary of Texas Longhorns Australia Inc (TLA) commented that the bidding was very spirited as Sam Plevey from Rex Carter Stock & Property conducted the sale of the 53 head. A purebred registered Longhorn heifer topped the sale when Rodney Cooper from Cooper Longhorns Scone purchased Coolamon Powder face for $4,600. Coolamon Powder face was bred by John & Jan Bastardi from Deepwater, and she was in calf to the USA Registered Bull Drag Iron. purebred Longhorn bulls sold to a top of $3,200 with an overall sale clearance rate of 97% when only 2 head remained unsold at the end of the sale. Geoff Dawson stated that the sale is growing in volume and the gross for the sale this year was $65,000 which was an increase of 38% on the $47,000 last year for a similar number of cattle. Geoff mentioned that even people that were interested in unregistered Longhorns were able to buy decent priced cattle on the day. Longhorn cattle are increasing in popularity as people become aware of the benefits of the breed. The TLA Inc group also conducted their annual general meeting and had a terrific 2 course dinner at the Gunnedah Services Club on the Saturday night. This enabled the members to mix socially, as many only see each other once a year. One of the special features at the 2011 sale was the first ever Trophy Steer Competition held in Australia. We had 11 big horned trophy steers competing for the perpetual trophy and this year’s winner was “Bob”. He is owned by Rod Sansom from Newcastle NSW. After the competition, 8 of the 11 trophy steers were put under the gravel, the other three (including Bob) went home to their special Longhorn paddock. Already the TLA Inc members are preparing for the next annual sale to be conducted in June 2012. “The Horniest Cattle in Australia” are growing in popularity.

East Texas Longhorn Association

Dr. Gene Hightower, President (903) 963-7442 • glcattleco@aol.com

Forty-five members of the East Texas Longhorn Association gathered for a “Picnic in the Pasture” and general membership meeting on May 21, 2011 at Ron and Barbara Marquess’ Marquess Arrow Ranch. The meeting was called to order by President Gene Hightower and a financial update was given by Lana Hightower. The H.O.R.N.S program was discussed and everyone was encouraged to sign up and take advantage of the registration/advertising/tracking opportunity that is being provided by the TLBAA. New officers were elected and Brenda Oliver will be the new President, Carole Phillips, Vice President and Lana Hightower, Secretary/ Treasurer. Three new BOD members were elected for a three year term: Dr. Timothy Roddam, Jamie Ollive and Craig Hester. Nine new members joined the Affiliate: Troy & Joy Calhoun, Jacob & Amy Weatherholtz, Keith & Tina DuBose, Jamie Ollive, Chad & Karen Niles, Joel Norris, Cody English, Jessica & Derek Wade & Sydney DuBose. Joel Norris previewed plans for a new Longhorn show for the East Texas area that will be held November 18, 2011 in Terrell, Texas at the S&S Arena. The new show will be sponsored by the ETLA and the Kaufman Police Department. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth classes will be offered. Jamie Ollive announced that she is working on a website for the ETLA, and she is also planning a show clinic for the youth. She is also working to put together an East Texas Show team to represent the ETLA. The discussion generated interest and questions among the breeders as to how they could support the program and participate. No Longhorn get together is complete without a hayride, and the group was treated to a ranch tour of the Marquess Longhorn herd. The first pasture featured cloned Longhorns and their offspring, and everyone had questions that Ron fielded with his extensive knowledge of the process. The next set of pens featured a three, coming four-year-old cow, with an impressive 82” TTT and 95 ¼” TH. The heifer pasture proved to all of us that the production sale, planned for this fall, would have a healthy offering of outstanding individuals. The yearling bull pen featured up and coming bull power with genetics that would improve anyone’s herd. Throughout the tour, we saw the bulls that are being used on the various herds. DH Red Ranger, Dream Maker, Gorilla, Damitt and Top Gun. There are 8 over 80” individuals currently being bred at the Marquess Arrow Ranch. The ETLA wants to thank Ron and Barb for graciously opening their ranch for our membership meeting and ranch tour. Please contact Lana Hightower at 903-963-7442 to be included in our next ETLA event.

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ARK-LA-TEX

Dave Overdorf, President • (936) 637-9277

We have just wrapped up another great year at the TLBAA World Show in Fort Worth. What a great turn out! Most of our members were there showing their cattle and supporting the four day event. The World Show is one of the two biggest events of year for TLBAA. Chairman of the Board Brent Bolen and TLBAA Board Member Donnie Taylor, members of ARK LA TEX, were there each day to show their support and help out. Dora Thompson also brought cattle, and Steven Zunker was the announcer for Friday’s Non-Haltered Show. We had several youth members finish in the top ten of the TLBT Hall of Fame: Miriam Faske, Jonah Faske, Savana Taylor in the Junior Division; Hunter Winkel, Joseph Faske, Rachel Faske, Daryn Overdorf, Olivia Faske in the Intermediate Division; Lydia Faske, Sarah Faske, Nathaniel Faske, Ellie Bolen in the Teen Division; Abigail Faske, Julia Faske, Jacob Faske, Hannah Faske, Andrew Faske, Samuel Faske, Joshua Faske in the Senior Division. Some of our members also had cows that finished in the top ten of their respective divisions; Cindy and Brent Bolen had three cows land in the top ten Free Division Females with Fantom Ring BCB, Shesa Ringer BCB and Sugar Fix BCB. In the Free Mature Female Division there was Ringa Dinger owned by the Daryn Overdorf and Ellie Bolen having Bolen family and 4T Gretchen, owned by Donnie and Marilyn Taylor. Congratulations to all! fun at an Affiliate Show. As most of you know, in order to compete at the World Show, your animals have to be qualified. This means that members have to take their cattle to qualifying shows around Texas and/or the rest of the country. Even though it’s lots of fun, it takes time and money to travel. I just want to take a minute to thank everyone who participates in these shows. Speaking of shows, the ARK LA TEX is having our annual show October 28-30th in Lufkin, TX. There will be qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth Divisions. It is always lots of fun and great prizes. Mark it on your calendar. The General Membership meeting will be held at Bob and Neal Mottet’s place on September 17th at 11:00 am in Keithville, LA. We will have an election for new officers at this time. Call me if you need directions. Even if you are not a member of the ARK LA TEX affiliate, we would love to have you. Please plan to come and see old friends and make new ones. Until next time, go clean your trailer!

For more news from the LONGHORN WORLD read or go to www.tlbaa.org

E-TRAILS

STLA Spring 2011 Field Day & Annual General Meeting by Suzanne Perry

STLA Youth Scholarship winners were announced during the STLA Annual General Meeting. (Pictured at left) STLA Board members Louis Christa and Doug Muenchow; (center) 2011 Scholarship recipients Abigail Faske and Brittany Guinn; (at right) TLBAA Director, Steven Zunker and STLA Scholarship Chair, Danny Russell. (Other scholarship recipients not pictured: Jacob Faske, Dezarah Bliss, and Andrew Faske). Bill & Anita Wappler hosted the group at Lucy Creek Ranch.

Meteorologist Dan Robertson, YNN Channel 8 Austin, cautions the group about record-breaking drought conditions to come for 2011.

August 2011

Saturday, May 14 offered a lovely respite from the drought conditions and high temperatures raging across central Texas as The South Texas Longhorn Association (STLA) held its Spring 2011 Field Day & Ranch Tour. The annual event was hosted this year by Bill & Anita Wappler at their Lucy Creek Ranch near Lampasas, Texas and over 100 STLA members and guests enjoyed a special day of great food along with Longhorn fun and learning. Attendees were treated to a caravan tour to see the Wappler’s ranch and cattle during the morning. Guest speakers included Dan Robertson, YNN / Channel 8 Austin Meteorologist who spoke to the group concerning the record drought conditions in Texas this year and its impact on agriculture and ranching. The afternoon speaker was Brandon Dominguez, DVM with the College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University who presented information about Drought Health Problems for Cattle. Robert Richey and Elmer Rosenberger provided handouts and gave details for accessing and using the new H.O.R.N.S. online registration system that is now available via the TLBAA website. A catfish dinner was served as the noon meal and the STLA held its Annual General Meeting following the lunch. STLA Youth Scholarship winners were announced at the AGM and included: Dezarah Bliss, LaPorte, TX; Abigail Faske, Somerville, TX; Andrew Faske, Somerville, TX; Jacob Faske, Somerville, TX; and Brittany Guinn, Austin, TX. Bill & Anta Wappler were honored during the meeting with the STLA Lifetime Membership plaque for their years of dedication and service to the Texas Longhorn breed and their ongoing support of the STLA.

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Monthly Movers & shAkers

Registrations and Transfers from June 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011

Division A

Division B (cont.)

Division B (cont.)

Division C (cont.)

Jim Steffler Westfarms Inc. Larry and Charlotte Gribbins Hudson Longhorns Kathy Kittler Ike Beeson Meridian Longhorns Brynmore Farm LLC City Slickers Claude or Carole D. Lipscomb Mark Hubbell Maurice Ladnier Ronnie and Stella Cruce Bruce and Carol Curtiss Curtis Elburn Joe Graddy Rex Douglas Townsley Jay Wachter & Susan Willard Thomas A. Radosevich William A. Smith David F. Brown Allen or Linda Evans Rick Bogle Benjamin C. Gravett Dave Hovingh Diamond B Longhorns Emily Ingram Jimmy L. Jones Ken Craven Leonard or Doris Boyd Sand Hills Ranch Sidewinder Cattle Co. LLC Terry King Triple R Ranch Ken & Charlotte Beler Dan Huntington Dorothy Ammerman Henry Detweiler Hubert D. & Margaret Norwood Jody Shaw Kasar & Lisa Kety Kimball Markham NEL-TAM Longhorns Robert Fenza Royal Heritage Farm R & R Ranch William Wick

Edwards Ranch Lazy JP Ranch Randy Murry, Jr. Steve Day John & Ursula Allen Wes and Carol Chancey Allen Weihrich Brennan L. Potts Dorie Damuth Lee and Linda Blackwell Randy & Melinda Routh Steve and Rene' Azinger Taylor C. Morgan Terry Brown William Buck Robert Willis Ronald J. Martens Eddie and Sharon Settlemyer Robert & Carolyn Choate B.J. & Wynell Hunt Brown's Longhorns David & Lynda Bradley Donnie Taylor Doug and Sandy Stotts El Coyote Ranch Joe Munsch John R. Randolph King Ranch, Incorp Kris Michalke Peterek Marion M. Woolie Rio Vista Ranch Vida Nueva Ranch Clinard Longhorns Ray And Sherry Berger L7 Ranch Rob and Shelia O' Hara Bobby Cox Brent & Lana Voth David and Colette Varner David & Pamela Jones Deer Creek Longhorns Don, Andrea & Raelynn Bordelon Hickman Longhorns, Inc. H.V. and Candace Wait Jim and Carolyn Van Duzee Larry & Robyn Lonero Magna Ott Mr & Mrs Joachim Schaab Rex Mosser Robert R. King Struthoff Ranch THE Ranch Brent & Cynthia Bolen Elias F. Hal Meyer, Jr. Bar M & M Ranch Ben J. Gremminger Cactus Rose Longhorns Charles R & Susan Loeffler Craft Ranch Danny and Carole Phillips Dennis Urbantke Dick and Cheryl Curry Doug and Darnell Muenchow Dr. W. Lou Shields Edwin & Debra Stojanik Gamestock Ranch George and Cindy Dennis George W. Wilhite H.C. Carter Jim and Luann Blay Jim & Karen Reisman Kirby Jordan

LNL Longhorns Mickey Evans Plantana Polo Farm Randy & Shannon Steele Richard Hetmaniak Rick Friedrich Rolling Creek Ranch Ron & Barbara Marquess S. Ann Wight Stacy and Andy Martinez Steven Zunker Susan Shelly Wayne Wunderlich Wilton and Carolyn Wilton Double B Lonestar Longhorns J Bar 7 Ranch LLC Justin P. Woods Schumacher Cattle Company Vincent T. Girolamo W.C. & C.R. Mc Cowen William T. & Sandra J. Martin 4-C Ranch Asa Gamble Barbara Franklin Schmidt Barry W. Chinn Ben Liska Bernard Lankford Bob Jackson Brian A Nedd Circle 7 Cattle Co. Circle H Longhorns Clayton Stanfield Cody M. Himmelreich Darold & Barbara Meyer David Stanley Gary & Linda Galayda Gary & Teresa Bowdoin George and Cindi Williams Glenn E. Phipps Greta McCorkle Harold & Kari Glover H & L Ranch James & Amy Roesler James McDaniel Jason Facteau John and /or Judy Coats John Stockton Kenneth & Sandy Parker Kimble Cattle Company Kurt Twining Liz and Franklin Myers Matt Vizza Michael Perry Mike Evans Rafter R Ranch Raymond Taggart Richard & Sharon Parr Ron & Kevin Asbill Ronnie & Jackie Mullinax Rugged Cross Ranch Taylor Cattle Company Teresa R. Castillo Tom Christopher Tommy Mulhollan Tom Settlemyer Trey Whichard Trigg & Traci Moore William D. Mc Moran Zeph & Ann Caroline Fogerson

Mike & Debbie Bowman Bill and Connie Courtney J5 Longhorns Randy and Jamie Briscoe Melvin & Rebecca Rhodes RC Larson Longhorns Wilson Longhorns M W Ranch Joseph M. Graham Kenneth J. & Valerie J. Webb Millard and Ruth Winter Bob & Pam Loomis Kent & Sandy Harrell Alexandra Dees Dale Hunt Frank and Linda Pate Broken Wagon Cattle Co., LLC Carole Muchmore Richard & Linda Spooner Ray, Kale & Julie Williams Bill and Jo Le'AN GM Texas Longhorns Norman And June Cady Christine & Anthony DeMaria Kevin Mathey Buckhorn Cattle Company Clint Kimble Big Valley Longhorns JBR Longhorns, LLC Joel and Tamara Kuntz Rolling Pin Ranch Anchor D Ranch - Nais #005kmhh Daniel Fey James K. Fletcher Joseph Sedlacek Barbara J. Fillmore Charley E. and Doris Snyder Cross C Ranch Darrell & Arlene Larsen David & Kimberly Nikodym Frank & Teresa Locatelli Justin Hansen Oren & Dianna O'Dell Paul & Patti Gilbreth Robert and Jenny Smoot Thate Cattle Co Beere Cattle Company Jason Stephens Kent And Christine Bladen Pace Cattle Company Wyoming Longhorn Ranch BFG Longhorn Ranch C C Land & Cattle Co Dean & Belinda Franke Fairlea Longhorn Ranch, LLC Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum Gregg or Sandra Lynn Sherwood Huey A. Dawson Jim & Betty Civis Kennedy Kropp Larry Johnston Larry &/or Mary Ann Long Mark & Sue Cress Mike and Carole Koss Mike Mc Clanahan Ray or Virginia Walker Robert & Lisa Van Liew Rockin J Longhorns Semkin Longhorns Toby Johnson Todd and Kelli McKnight Woodson School Ranch

Division B Red Mc Combs Ranches of Texas Dr. Zech Dameron III Star Creek Ranch Panther Creek Ranch Rocking 'O' Ranch Matt Hill Fort Griffin State Historic Site Mike Crawford & Pam Watkins Carla Payne Don & Rhonda Poe Limb Cattle Company Susan Burton Charles E. Spencer Debbie Macey Joel K & Shirley Lemley John Oliver Matthew J. Durkin B. M. & Wanda Buchanan Suzanne & William H. Torkildsen, M.D. Lazy L Longhorns Loyd & Bettie Gibbs Richard James Filip Bow Carpenter

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Division C Jim Hutchinson

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Monthly Movers & shAkers

Registrations and Transfers from July 1, 2011 to July 31, 2011

Division A

Division B (cont.)

Division B (cont.)

Division C (cont.)

Ken & Charlotte Beler Thomas Markert Royal Heritage Farm Benjamin C. Gravett George and Laureen Gennin Jimmy L. Jones Hudson Longhorns Dennis W. Jones H'N'B Longhorns Joe Graddy Hubert D. & Margaret Norwood Calvin Deemer Don Constable Double D Arena James B. Hart Kathy Kittler Lee Sherbeyn Robert Fenza Jim Steffler Ronnie and Stella Cruce Billy R. Walker Underwood Longhorns Clarence Kissinger Dave Hovingh Dean Sparks Jay Wachter & Susan Willard One Tree Ranching Co. LTD Shawn M. Pequignot Tom A. Smith Willis Bend Longhorns Mark Hubbell Michael Tillman TTT Longhorns Curt & Katie Mulder Janet E. Fowler Len Bloomberg Leonard & Lisa Helmstetter NEL-TAM Longhorns Paul Corlett Robert Saunders Sand Hills Ranch Thomas Johnson Charlie Bolton, Jr. David F. Brown David Simmons Earl Kehler Sam & Alan Gore Brian and Mary Stahl Grove Cattle Company Henry Detweiler Jody Shaw Leonard or Doris Boyd Michael and Yvonne Sessions Ronald Arnsberger Ron Skinner Scott Hughes Scott Zirk Thomas A. Radosevich

Panther Creek Ranch Struthoff Ranch Darold & Barbara Meyer Jim and Tracy Hartman Ken and Patsy Wise Gary Kudrna Mike Crawford & Pam Watkins Star Creek Ranch Rio Vista Ranch David Stanley Richard James Filip Kay L. Roush Jonell Westerberg & Norman (Roger) Ridgway Joseph P. Stilwell Lazy L Longhorns Bill Edwards Joe Munsch Kurt Twining Ralph and Mary Martinez Stacy and Andy Martinez Wayne Wunderlich Suzanne & William H. Torkildsen, M.D. Wes and Carol Chancey Bill Granz Billy Thompson and Gary Jenkins Edward Payne Gwen Damato Vernon and Dee Fields William Buck Rex & Sherese Glendenning Betty Baggett Miller David & Lynda Bradley Donnie Taylor Gary & Margie Huddleston JR Ranch Kerry and Nancee Mounce Mr & Mrs Joachim Schaab Phillip and Rebecca Ramsey Plantana Polo Farm Rolling Creek Ranch David L. Ragsdale Rockin' A Longhorns Allen & Suzanne Perry Brennan L. Potts David M. Hillis Fred I. Smith Glenn E. Phipps John R. Randolph Mark Doering Paul and Kathy Turner T.M. and Jean Smith Tommy Mulhollan Dr. Zech Dameron III Gary & Teresa Bowdoin Johnnie L. Goff N5 Ranch Barbara Franklin Schmidt Bill and Conda Plaisance Bill & Anita Wappler Bow Carpenter Brent & Cynthia Bolen Chris & Lisa Parker Dee J. Kelly Diamond D Ranch Doug and Sandy Stotts Fred W. Smith Jason & Tracy Harris Joel Norris Johanna H. Lange John Oliver Kevin and Laureen Rooker Lindauer Longhorn Company LNL Longhorns Matt Hill

M. A. Vanek Michael Mc Leod Mike and Kim MacLeod Randi & Mary Ellen Maddox Rick Friedrich Robert R. King Ronnie & Jackie Mullinax Taylor Cattle Company William B Ford Brad & Robin Hancock Dr. John Marsden Ken Yoder Kimberly Lee Parker Ron & Rita May Bill and Evelyn Ward Bill & Freida Golden Billy Sheridan B. M. & Wanda Buchanan Bobby Cox Bruce & Karen Fisher Cactus Rose Longhorns Charles L. Peeler Clinard Longhorns Dave & Althea Sullivan D D Stiles Deborah L. Haring Dwight and Patricia Pollard Eric & Anna Redeker Helm Cattle Company James K. Turner Joe or Carolyn Wissel John & Diann Chase John & Ursula Allen K & T Longhorns L7 Ranch L Bar C Longhorns Malcolm & Constance Goodman Matthew J. Durkin Melvin & Alice French Michael Moore Randy Murry, Jr. Randy Tschacher Red River Longhorn Ranch Robert S. Garner Roger & Jacqueline Garlitz Roy & Maria Bailey Stones Throw Ranch Tom Cadan Tom Christopher Tommy Neal Cowan Trigg & Traci Moore Vida Nueva Ranch Michael Perry

JBR Longhorns, LLC Kent & Sandy Harrell Robert W. Morey, Jr. Tim Miller Mike Mc Clanahan Brett Bartlett Walker Ranching Enterprises, LLC Bill and Jo Le'AN Bill and Judy Meridith David & Diane Hampton Kenneth E. Kirkham Ron & Jan Gentry Torres Longhorns Ronald E. Hatman Carole Muchmore C C Land & Cattle Co David Roberts Gregg or Sandra Lynn Sherwood J5 Longhorns Kenneth J. & Valerie J. Webb Melissa Reese Orton Cattle Co. Two Feathers Ranch, LLC W.R. Van Gundy Jeffrey Wheeler Joseph Sedlacek Randy and Jamie Briscoe Boyd & Judy Bambrough Broken Wagon Cattle Co., LLC David & Kimberly Nikodym David & Susan Klaus Frank and Linda Pate Jay and Dawn Walker Jordan Ranch Kent And Christine Bladen Larry Johnston Larry &/or Mary Ann Long Leroy and Mary Beth Dunsworth Lisa Fazio Melvin & Rebecca Rhodes Micheal & Barbara Burleson Mike and Heather Vincent Norman And June Cady Randy Copus Richard & Linda Spooner Robert & Lisa Van Liew Sagacorn Longhorns Steve, Bodie & Chad Quary Todd and Kelli McKnight Tom Buck Beere Cattle Company Clint Kimble Almendra Longhorns Bar 46 Ranch Chetamba Creek Longhorns Christopher Herron Cross C Ranch Dale Hunt David A. Schmidt Dean L. Or Mary P. Horkey Donald & Sharron Wiens Dr. Fritz & Rebecca Moeller Dusty Leonard Hangin' H Longhorns Harry F. Beattie Jessie Dominguez John Bilberry Pace Cattle Company Petersen Longhorn Ricky Von and Jacquelyn J. Nutt Rose Hill Longhorns Stompin Brush Farm Thate Cattle Co Wesley Earl Watson Woodson School Ranch

Division B Red Mc Combs Ranches of Texas Dorie Damuth Loyd & Bettie Gibbs Circle Double C Ranch El Coyote Ranch Ben Liska Jerusalem Ridge Ranch Will Ross H.R. Stasney and Sons, Ltd. Steven Zunker Chad & Karen Niles Agee Spidle Kate Morgan/ Jheroen Dorenbosch W.A. (Al) Vinson

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Division C Gary L Pratt Safari B Ranch Mike & Debbie Bowman Justin Hansen Semkin Longhorns Santa Terecita Ranch Mike and Carole Koss Buckhorn Cattle Company Bob & Pam Loomis Jim Hutchinson Joseph M. Graham Craig Kipf Eric and Jennifer Yount Dustin Pillard Gene and Delma Murphy M W Ranch Warren and Cathy Dorathy Dave Hodges Thomas P Herzog Oren & Dianna O'Dell

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NORTH CAROLINA

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OKLAHOMA

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July- Herd Management Guide

TLBAA Breed Advisory Committee’s

Spring Calving: 1. Remove bulls after 90-day breeding season (July 20 equals an April 30 date of birth) 2. Water is extremely important as temperature starts to rise. Make routine checks of the water supply. 3. Continue fly and tick control programs. 4. As grass matures, realize that the protein value decreases. The feeding of 2-3 pounds of a high protein supplement (30-40 percent crude protein content) will stimulate the digestion of the mature forage; therefore, the cattle will consume more forage and will maintain their body condition as winter approaches. 5. If additional summer grazing or hay is needed, fertilize improved grass pastures with 50 pounds of actual nitrogen per acre.

August - Herd Management Guide Spring Calving:

1. Continue fly and tick control programs. Anaplasmosis problems can continue until frost, so observe cow herd closely for animals losing body condition and appearing anemic. Commercial supplements containing 150 grams of chlortetracycline per 50 lbs. of salt are available. Continuous feeding of the tetracycline medication during the fly season should provide adequate protection against the disease. 2. As grass matures, realize that the protein value decreases. The feeding of 2-3 pounds of a high protein supplement (30-40 percent crude protein content) will stimulate the digestion of the mature forage; Fall Calving: therefore, the cattle will consume more forage and will maintain their If not previously completed: 1. Wean calves and select animals to be retained through yearling time. body condition as winter approaches. Breeders collecting weaning weight information should weigh all Fall Calving: calves and adjust all weights to a 205 day of age equivalent. Within sex 1. Prepare for the start of calving season. separate cow herd into group, calculate a weaning weight ratio to be used as a selection management groups for the calving season (first-calf heifers, secondcriteria. Identify all calves by sire group to determine which sires are calf cows, mature cows, and open heifers). Watch body condition of the producing the superior calves. groups closely. Young females entering their first calving season 2. Pregnancy check all females as well as check for unsoundness and require special nutritional assistance to insure they maintain a udder problems for culling purposes. Consider culling females that are reasonable body condition after calving, produce adequate levels for not bred, old or poor producers. milk for their offspring and rebreed for the coming year. 3.Vaccinate all heifer calves between 4 and 10 months of age for 2. Prepare for herd bull selection and procurement. Conduct breeding brucellosis. soundness exams and fertility checks on all bulls prior to the breeding 4. All weaned calves should be vaccinated with a 7-way Clostridial season. bacterin, vaccinated for IBR-PI3-BVD and dewormed. Cull bull calves should be castrated prior to weaning. 5. Replacement heifers should definitely be vaccinated for blackleg, malignant edema, IBR, leptospirosis and brucellosis. August 2011

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CATTLE FOR SALE JONES RANCH – Home of Gunman genetics. 4-Sale: progeny of the great Gunman bull and his sons, Grand Slam & Hocus Pocus. We are now featuring cattle sired by J R Premium and K C Just Respect by Hunt's Demand Respect. (719) 539-2771. Web: http://gunman1234.tripod.com. E-mail: thejonesranch_1@hotmail.com. BEAVER CREEK LONGHORNS- Check our new Web site with "Super Sales" and herdreduction prices. Tazman (Gunman) genetics. Carole Muchmore, Ponca City, OK (580) 7659961, www.beavercreeklonghorns.com The Flying D Annual Summer Sale will highlight excellent young bulls we have for sale. They range in age from 10 to 28 months, are gentle, loud colored, big horned and feature close top bloodlines from Bail Jumper, Classic, Measles Super Ranger, Impressive, Overwhelmer, Texas Champ, Playboy, Oklahoma Quixote and SureShot. We also feature: *Top young heifers, bulls,steers and cows with preferred pedigrees. Many are in condition to begin showing now. *Generous summer discounts from already reasonable prices To schedule a ranch tour or just to "talk Longhorns", call:

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Adcock, Terry & Sherri ..................56 Almendra Longhorns....................54 Appalachian Trail Sale ....................2 Anderson, Frank Jr. and III ..........15 Anchor D Ranch ......................51, 53 Autobahn Motorcar Group ........17

H Ranch....................................54 B Bar Beadle Land & Cattle..............14, 54 Beargrass Ranch..............................55 Best At West Sale ......................44-45 Billingsley Longhorns....................56 Blue Mountain Longhorns ..........43 Bolen, Brent & Cindy .................. 35 Bond Ranch ....................................54 Box Z Ranch ............................14, 56 Brett Ranch ......................................55 Buckhorn Cattle Company ..14, 55 Bull Creek Longhorns ..................55 Butler Breeders Invitational....12-13 Butler Breeders..........................14-15

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C.C. Land & Cattle Co. ................54 C R Ranches ....................................55 Carpenter, Bo & Sylvia ..................56 Cactus Rose Longhorns ................41 CedarView Ranch ..........................54 Champion Genetics ......................53 Concho Ranch................................15

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Arrow Ranch ..............IBC M Marquess MBC Longhorns ............................43 Miller, Tim ......................................54 Morgan Livestock............................51 Moriah Farms ..........................15, 55 Mosser Longhorns ................IFC, 56

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Eagles Ridge Longhorns................14 East Texas State Fair........................50 El Coyote Ranch ........................1, 55 End of Trail Ranch ................ 35, 54

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4 T Longhorns ................................56 4 Star Ranch ....................................54 Falls Creek Longhorns ..................14

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Gold Star Longhorns ....................43 Gross, Ray ........................................51 Guthrie Creek Longhorn Cattle ..51

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Harrell Ranch..................................14 Helm Cattle Co. ............................55 Hickman Longhorns ....................56 Husky Branding Irons ..................53

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J.T. Wehring Family Ranch..............8 Jack Mountain Ranch....................56 Jane’s Land & Cattle Co. ..............15 Junction Hill....................................55

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Panther Creek Longhorns ............56 Pearl Longhorn Ranch ..................56

Larson Longhorns..........................43 August 2011

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Ranch ......................................54 R R&R Rafter H Longhorns ......................14 Red Peak Ranch..............................56 Rio Vista Ranch........................14, 56 Rocking F Ranch ............................41 Rocking G Ranch............................15 Rocking P Longhorns....................14 Rosebud’s Flatrock Ranch ............56 Royal Heritage Farm......................54 Running Arrow Farm ....................51

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7 Bar Longhorns ............................55 Safari B Ranch ................................55 Sand Hills Ranch ..............................6 Semkin Longhorns ........................55 Sidewinder Cattle Co. ..................15 Smith, T.M. & Jean ........................55 Split Rock Cedar Ranch ..................3 SS Longhorns..................................55 Star Creek Ranch ..............................7 Stotts Hideaway Ranch ........56, BC Struthoff Ranch........................35, 56

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Tallgrass Cattle Co. ........................54 Triple R Ranch (MI) ......................54 Triple R Ranch (TX) ......................15 Triple T Longhorns ........................55 T Spur Longhorns ..........................54

U Underwood Longhorns................54 V

V&J Longhorns ..............................15 Vida Nueva Ranch ........................56

Ron ....................................56 W Walker, Westfarms, Inc.................................14 White Rock Ranch..........................40 Wichita Fence..................................42 Winchester Futurity........................16 Winchester Futurity of the North..9

Cattle Co. ..................FC, 40 K Kimble Kittler Land and Cattle Co. ..42, 54

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Longhorns......................15 D Dalgood Deer Creek Longhorns..................56 Diamond D Ranch........................34 Diamond Q Longhorns ..............55 Diamond S Longhorns ................54 Dick’s Ranch Supply ......................51 Double LB Longhorns ..................56

Lemley Longhorns ........................56 Little Ace Cattle Co. ......................14 Lone Wolf Ranch............................54 Longhorn Designs..........................42 Longhorn Roundup Auctions......41 Longhorn Sale Pen ........................42 Loomis Longhorns ........................15

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Save the date! Texas Longhorn Coming Events AUGUST 2011

AUG 3-7 • Autobahn Super Stakes Youth Show, Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Larry Barker (817) 988-6110 or lbarker@abahn.com. AUG 6 • TLBAA Best at West Membership Sale, West, TX. TLBAA (817) 625-6241 www.tlbaa.org. AUG 6 • Deschutes County Fair Texas Longhorn Show, Redmond, OR. Deadline-7/9/11. Tami Kuntz (541) 848-7358 or (541) 848-7357 or tami_kuntz@yahoo.com. Qualifying Haltered (Bulls) and Free. AUG 13 • Rocky Mountain Select Sale, Latigo Arena, Colorado Springs, CO. (Pre-Sale Party 6:00 pm, Fri. Aug. 12) (Sale starts @ 11 am, Aug. 13). Stan Searle (719) 481-3735 or Gary Lake (719) 314-8294. AUG 13 • NRLA 2011 Longhorn Show, Western Montana Fair, Missoula, MT. Jamie Harden (616) 901-5685 or (406) 826-3170. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. AUG 19 • Wyoming State Fair and Longhorn Show, Douglas, WY. Art Anders (308) 665-2457 H, (308) 430-4009 C Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. AUG 27 • Heart of America Texas Longhorn Sale, Marysville, KS. Justin Rombeck - justinthelonghornman@yahoo.com or (816) 536-1083 AUG 28 • Nebraska State Fair Longhorn World Qualifying Show, Grand Island, NE. Delwin & Vicki Smeal (402) 568-2353. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth.

SEPTEMBER 2011

SEPT 3 • Butler Breeder’s Invitational Sale, Lockhart, TX. Kaso Kety (985) 674-6492 or Michael McLeod (361) 771-5355. SEPT 3-24 • The Kansas 150th Anniversary Cattle Drive, Caldwell, KS. Michael Clover (620) 532-3455 or michael.clover@sbcglobal.net. SEPT 9-10 • Winchester Futurity, George Henderson 2nd Expo Center, Lufkin, TX. Donnie Taylor (936) 414-1401 or Bruce Ollive (936) 674-5180. SEPT 10-11 • West Texas State Fair, Abilene Fairgrounds, Abilene, TX. Gary Jenkins and Billy Thompson (325) 660-6499 or (325) 668-3988. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. SEPT 11 • NWLA Spokane Interstate Fair, Spokane, WA. Sheryl Johnson and Bob Larson. (503) 349-4985 or (503) 829-9459. Deadline: August 31, 2011. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. SEPT 17 • The Appalachian Trail Registered Texas Longhorn Consignment Sale, Mt. Airy Stockyard, Mt. Airy, NC. Carl R. Brantley, Wilkesboro, NC. (336) 667-5452 or pyledriver 1964@yahoo.com. SEPT 17 • Hunts Command Respect Production Sale, Marietta, OK. Randy Briscoe (405) 375-3090 or (405) 368-6766 cell or Jim Curry (817) 319-5556. SEPT 21-22 • New Mexico State Fair, Albuquerque, NM. Lynn Starritt, TLBNM Sec./Treas., (915) 252-4118 cell or (915) 886-7063 fax. www.tlbnm.com Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. SEPT 21-24 • Fall Round-Up On-line Auction - longhornroundu pauctions.com. Forms & information on website. Russell Hooks (409) 381-0616 or russellh@longhornroundup.com SEPT 24 • B&C Show Me Fall Longhorn Sale, Brookfield Livestock Auction, Inc., Bus. Hwy. 36, Brookfield, MO. Sayre Auction & Sale Management, Bill Sayre (660) 258-2973 or cell (660) 734-0827 or Shawn (660) 734-8782. SEPT 29-OCT 1 • East Texs State Fair, Tyler, TX. Dr. Gene & Lana Hightower (903) 963-7442 or glcattleco@aol.com. Entry form and info at www.etstatefair.com. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. SEPT 29-OCT 1 • Tulsa State Fair, Tulsa, OK. Steve & Bodie Quary (405) 567-3093. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth.

OCTOBER 2011

OCT 7-9 • CATL Far West Qualifying Show and Official TLBAA Horn Showcase Satellite Measuring Site, Kings County Fairgrounds, Hanford, CA. Entry Deadline Sept. 24, 2011. Gail Moore (559) 779-1455 cell, (559) 583-8115 office. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. OCT 7-9 • Heart of Texas Fair, Heart O’ Texas Fairgrounds, Waco, TX. Online entries only at www.hotfair.com. Deadline-9/16/11. Sue Bowdoin (254) 486-2581. Qualifying Haltered and Youth.

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OCT 13-15 • TLBAA Longhorn Weekend & Horn Showcase, Fort Worth, TX. Kim Barfield (817) 625-6241 or kim@tlbaa.org or Pam Galloway pam.galloway@tlbaa.org. OCT 15 • Horn Showcase Sale, Fort Worth, TX. Kim Barfield (817) 625-6241 or kim@tlbaa.org or Pam Galloway pam.galloway@tlbaa.org. Consignment deadline: Aug. 1, 2011,www.tlbaa.org. OCT 21-23 • State Fair of Texas, Dallas, TX. Trigg & Traci Moore Traci@Triple-T-Longhorns.com or (254) 796-4269 or (254) 396-5592. Entry deadline September 1. Qualifying Halterd & Youth. OCT 22 • NILE Longhorn Show, Billings, MT. Chuck Gams (406) 652-5783. Qualifying Halterd, Free & Youth. OCT 28-30 • ARK-LA-TEX Fall Show, George Henderson Expo Center, Lufkin, TX. Donnie Taylor (936) 414-1401 or Bobbye DuBose (409) 384-8120. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. OCT 29 • Deer Creek Longhorns Fall 123 Sale, Brenham, TX. Bruce Hazelwood, Farm Mgr. (979) 277-8016 or Frank Hevrdejs (713) 341-5706. www.dclonghorns.com OCT 29 • Nebraska Texas Longhorn Assoc. Annual Sale, Beatrice Livestock Auction, Beatrice, NE. Roger or Bonnie Damrow (402) 423-5441 or brdamrow6@aol.com. Delwin Smeal (402) 568-2353 or Larry Long (308) 530-7272. www.beatrice77.net.

NOVEMBER 2011

NOV 5 • Marquess Arrow Production Sale, Ben Wheeler, TX. Ron & Barbara Marquess (903) 833-5810 or (903) 570-5199. NOV 5 • Texas Longhorn Fall Sale, Oyen Crossroads Centre, Oyen, Alberta. To consign or for info: Ron Walker, Box 58, Redcliff, Alberta, T0J 2P0 or (403) 548-6684. NOV 18-20 • Kaufman Police Association First Annual Longhorn Show. S&S Arena, Terrell, TX. East Texas Longhorn Association. Entry Deadline: November 1. Joel Norris (972) 533-4945 or (972) 932-3648. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. NOV 20 • Tri-State Longhorn Sale,Crawford Livestock Market, Crawford, NE. Art & Hayley Anders (308) 665-2457 H, Art cell (308) 430-4009; Hayley Cell (308) 430-4008.

DECEMBER 2011

DEC 3 • TLBAA Best at West Membership Sale, West, TX. TLBAA (817) 625-6241 www.tlbaa.org.

FEBRUARY 2012

FEB 18-19 • Sierra County Longhorn Show, Truth or Consequences, NM. Lynn Starritt, TLBNM Sec./Treas., (915) 252-4118 cell or (915) 886-7063 fax. www.tlbnm.com. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. FEB 24-26 • San Angelo Stock Show, San Angelo, TX. Dennis Urbantke (325) 655-3500 or (325) 656-9321. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth.

MARCH 2012

MAR 2-3 • Longhorns & Lace Benefit & Sale, Red River Sale Barn, Marietta, OK. www.longhornsandlacesale.com Tessa Wheeler Millsap, Improving Genetics, (254) 315-6548, tess2305@aol.com; Molly Clubb, Hired Hand Software, (319) 269-8903, molly@hiredhandsoftware.com. MAR 23-25 • Stillwater Shoot-Out, Stillwater, OK. Steve & Bodie Quary (405) 567-3093. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. MAR 31 • B&C Show Me Fall Longhorn Sale, Brookfield Livestock Auction, Inc., Bus. Hwy. 36, Brookfield, MO. Sayre Auction & Sale Management, Bill Sayre (660) 258-2973 or cell (660) 734-0827 or Shawn (660) 734-8782.

APRIL 2012

APR 13-15 • TLBGCA Spring Show, Washington County Fairgrounds, Brenham, TX. Susan Young, (713) 294-6334 or email susanbyoung@hotmail.com. Qualifying Haltered, Free and Youth. APR 27-28 • Midwest Longhorn Sale, Winfield, KS. Mike Bowman (316) 778-1717 or www.endoftrailranch.com.

AUGUST 2012

AUG 4 • Hudson-Valentine Invitational Longhorn Sale, Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Lorinda Valentine (254) 584-2218. Texas Longhorn Trails


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