RT Gold Link (*x4026152), check him out on www.shorthorn.org. He was a Armstrong Gold V027 x NPS Mattis 530. I saw him in person and thought he was a pretty good bull. I think the Shadra cow in my post is one that can be bred most any way you want. She was one of those females that did well in the Jr. Shows here in the GA, FL, & AL area and has done well in the pasture. I wish I had 50 just like her; she is the type and kind I like.
JIT, I have seen her dam at Caney Valley and she is a really nice cow. I think they've had good luck with those genetics as has Cagwin. He's sold some herd sires out of the Shadra lines in past sales.
GB, I'm quite sure she will get to have a calf out of the Blanco bull sometime soon.
OHB, The first calf under the white steer in my " A few Calves " post is her 2007 calf. He is out of the Spiffy bull I owned a year or so ago. Spiffy was a Trump x AR SU LU Jiffy bull. Most of the SH or SH + calves on that post are out of him ( all the 1/2 bloods minus the Sin City heifer). Shadra calved in late Dec. b/c we flushed her to WHR Sonny and CF Primo so her breeding date got pushed back. I've yet to have a heifer out of the Sonny breeding but I think it will produce some nice females. I have two Primos in now and plan to sex them the last week in Feb. I elected to just natural breed her this year to NR Denver. Denver is a full sib to Malinda's DZ female ( Trump x Dazzle Fool ). I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a heifer.