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What are your thoughts? (Ignore the ribbon)

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KNERSIE

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It would be interesting to see how high or low he carries his head when not on a halter.
 
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KNERSIE":e2d34ixs said:
It would be interesting to see how high or low he carries his head when not on a halter.

Much the same. But you'd have a hard time going out and having a look now.... he currently resides in the paddock in the sky.
 

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Killala":tn2ey6sj said:
What are your thoughts? (Ignore the ribbon)

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Adequate Testosterone - IN-adequate depth of body and balance. He strikes me as an "older" type Shorthorn of circa 1978 -80.

DOC HARRIS
 
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This bull was a '93 drop. The photo is taken on one of his first outings, where he was Junior and Grand Champ. I've been trying to find some of his later photos but am struggling to do so. During his show career.... there was no stopping him. He achieved things no other Shorthorn bull had/has.
This bull had a HUGE impact on the Shorthorn breed in Australia, was and is still a trait leader for several traits (predominantly growth, RBY and IMF). He is by CC Cujo.
 

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I also agree with Doc on this one.........looks like he doesn't have much of a back end
 

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