Exhibition_Steer List

Belle Point


DOB: 4/1/2017; Sire: Clear Point; Dam: Victory Bella; Color: 4-1-15; This is the first generation of steers by Clear Point (T2T 90-7/8") . The data could blow the roof off. Guaranteed to grow horn while he sleeps.

Catter Jack


DOB: 5/30/2015; Sire: Top Hand; Dam: Cats Paw; Color: R/W; One of the first Top Hand steers. If you like great young exhibition steers - pick him. That broad upper head is a sign of big things to come - there has to be a root to every big tree. Well halter trained. Dog gentle.

Crafty Clint


DOB: 4/4/2012; Sire: Juma; Dam: Damme Winner; Color: W/R Spk; Every morning he wakes up with 3 new specks. It will keep happening over and over again. He is guaranteed seedless. Horns T2T 87 3/8 inches 5/25/17. Will go over 100 inches. He is a cracking. A steer don't give milk, don't breed cows, don't make butter, don't sit still in Church, but does make lots of pies. He has a face like the neighbor's kids eating chocolate pudding. Taller than a saddle horse with long toes.

Cryptic Smile


DOB: 4/10/2013; Sire: Clear Win; Dam: Winning Smile; Color: R/W Pnl; He has 79" T2T with one tip removed without authorization. He has so much horn left even his famous mother didn't notice it. He has no agenda, don't give milk, not guaranteed to produce semen, gets along well with others and sleeps long lazy nights without a cpap. Tall as a King's jousting stallion.

Fancy Flow


DOB: 4/10/2011; Sire: Juma; Dam: Fancy Free; Color: W/R Rn; More personality than a pet hamster, but poor cage running skills. For show winning steers at high levels come to DCC. He doesn't eat sun flower seeds, or make his own bed, but he eats flowers and has sweet breath. Are there a lot of steers with 97.25 inches T2T at 6 years old? I think not! What does a 120 inch horned steer look like at age 6 -- this is the look. He is fun to own. He likes to look at you. This offer is not available in any store.

Grand Check


DOB: 4/20/2013; Sire: JP Rio Grande; Dam: Winners Check; Color: W/R Ears; He is a Rio Grande steer out of a Winchester cow. Way above normal trophy steer. Exceptional. Horns T2T 85 inches. He will stand out in the pasture like a Ku Klux Klan Grand Duke under spotlight. He is more visable in the dark than a possum. Never sleeps in church. Sells with full semen rights.

Jolted Tool


DOB: 4/6/2013; Sire: Top Tool; Dam: Fast Jolt; Color: R/W; He has the sought after Butterfinger brindle Blizzard Color. More color than Elizabeth Warren's pedigree. Brindle lives matter. Horns T2T 77 inches on 5/25/17. Steers are fun without the responsibility. You don't have to milk them. Not every steer can have 100 inch horn, but not every 100 inch horned steer can have this contrast of brindle streckulation.

Plumb Shady


DOB: 4/20/2013; Sire: Plumb Line; Dam: Running Shadow; Color: W/R spks; Early indications appear this will be one of the best of the 2013 exhibition steers. Horns 75 1/8 inches T2T. Those who know show steers know his horns are going the right direction. He does not believe in shish-kabobing. He does over eat and has to sleep it off. Buy him before the Russians hack him. He doesn't have an ipod habit, doesn't play socker and not old enough for bingo.

Shot of Jubal


DOB: 4/10/2012; Sire: Jubal Jangler; Dam: Shot of Victory; Color: W/R spk; Never during the 1880's did any Texas Longhorn Steer have the genetic potential to have this steer's horn span. Not represented as a herd sire or trained to ride after dark. Horns 100 1/8 inches T2T on 10/20/17. He is going to be a pistol packing whopper. He will wave at the grandstand as he blows by 120 inches...be ready to wave back.

Sky Trails


DOB: 4/6/2012; Sire: Winning Sky; Dam: Special Mark; Color: W/Blk Ears; He is right on target to have serious horn. He will stop more traffic than the Lone Ranger's horse. Rope him, and tie him to your mail box and watch the mail box leave. On second thought, forget that. Horns T2T 89" T2T. Headed toward 100 inches. If you see him walking through the rose garden at night, it may look like the Klu Klux Klan has arrived. He likes to watch people, but is not smart mouthed.

Slight of Hand


DOB: 4/17/2014; Sire: Top Hand; Dam: Winnipeg; Color: Red; Slight has more horn than any 1880s vintage steer who ever went up the trails. Great data.

Toss It All


DOB: 5/7/2013; Sire: Clear Win; Dam: Toss The Jam; Color: W/R Hd; Soon it will be obvious that the widest spreads will be Clear Win and Drag Iron Sons. He is 73" at age 4 and beginning to do the pretzel roll. Gentle as a pet hamster but requires no cage cleaning.

Trial Shot


DOB: 4/13/2013; Sire: Trial Run; Dam: Lucia; Color: Red; This is a grandson of the +90" Shadow Jubilee with horn into the next county. Check his data.

This is a presentation of a Dickinson Cattle Co., Inc. Inventory Item. This presentation was printed on 2/22/2018. Prices are subject to change. Please check the current item price and description at www.texaslonghorn.com/inventory. Or contact your DCCI sales representative.
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