KANSAS CITY - Dr. Scott Schaake of Manhattan, Kan., sorted 56 head of Limousin and Lim-Flex cattle exhibited in the Level I National Medal of Excellence Limousin and Lim-Flex Shows Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011.
The 2011 National Medal of Excellence grand champion Limousin female went to MAGS Xplanation shown by Magness Land and Cattle of Platteville, Colo. She was previously selected as the Division V Limousin champion and was born March 28, 2010 and is sired by MAGS U Haul. Reserve grand champion Limousin female honors went to Wies Limousin Ranch of Wellsville, Mo., Heartfelt Farms of Gettysburg, Penn. and Edwards Land and Cattle Co. of Beulaville, N.C., with WLR Tainted Love 746X, an April 5, 2010, daughter of WULFS Urban Cowboy2149U. Prior to being selected reserve grand champion, she was the Division IV Limousin champion.
The grand champion Lim-Flex female was awarded to MAGS Xtra Unique, a May 9, 2010 daughter of MAGS U Haul, owned by Magness Land and Cattle of Platteville, Colo, and was also selected as the Division IV Lim-Flex champion. Abby Gayle Hendrickson of Adair, Okla. exhibited the reserve grand champion Lim-Flex Female MAGS Xeromas, born Feb. 17, 2010 and sired by DHVO Deuce 132R. This female was also selected as the Division V Lim-Flex champion.
The grand champion Limousin bull went to KYLD Vegas 910W, a March 6, 2009, bull sired by KRVN Naskar 013N owned by Quail Ridge Limousin of Calhoun, Ky., and Kyle Delaplaine of Gettysburg, Pa. He was also the Division VI Limousin champion. The reserve grand champion bull and Division V Limousin Champion was MJ Xtravaganza 1X, born Jan. 5, 2010 out of EF Main Stay 541M, and shown by Mark Blake of Earl Park, Ind.
The grand champion Lim-Flex bull went to MAGS Xyloid, born March 7, 2010, sired by DHVO Deuce 132R, and exhibited by Magness Land and Cattle and Edwards Land & Cattle. He was also the Division V Lim-Flex champion. The reserve grand champion Lim-Flex bull was owned by Etherton Farms of Dawson, Ill. BC Bad Romance 612X was born June 7, 2010 and sired by RGMA Night Rider 73N, was also the Division III Lim-Flex champion.
Jeff Sargent of Denison, Texas, evaluated the junior female show, selecting MAGS Xeromas, a daughter of DHVO Deuce 132R, born Feb. 17, 2010, as the grand champion female exhibited by Abby Hendrickson of Adair, Okla. She was previously titled Division III champion. Reserve grand champion female was from Division II and went to ROMN XOXO 18x, a March 13, 2010, daughter of DHVO Trey 133R, exhibited by Victoria Albrecht of Arlington, S.D.
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Limousin Female Show Results
Division I champion was WLR True Religion exhibited by Wies Limousin Ranch and Magness Land and Cattle. She is an April 8, 2011, sired by WLR Direct Hit. Division I reserve champion was awarded to SEEE Yolanda, a March 7, 2011, sired by AUTO Black Dakota 129J, and shown by Enright Farms of Renfrew, Ontario, Canada.
Division II Limousin female was awarded to AUTO Peyton 206Y, a Jan. 12, 2011, sired by DHVO Trey 133R, and exhibited by Pinegar Limousin of Springfield, Mo.
MAGS Xmas Songs exhibited by Magness Land and Cattle claimed Division III honors. She was born Sept. 13, 2010 and is sired by KAJO Responder 120R. ELCX Twilight 114X, a daughter of DHVO Deuce 132R, born Nov. 1, 2010, owned by Wies Limousin and Edwards Land and Cattle Co. claimed Division III reserve honors.
Selected as the Division IV reserve female was LH Xclusively Urs 059X shown by Colt Cunningham of Rose, Okla. The heifer was born on April 2, 2010 and is out of DHVO Trey 133R.
Victoria Albrecht of Arlington, S.D., exhibited the Division V reserve female with ROMN XOXO 18X, born on March 13, 2010 sired by DHVO Trey 133R.
Division VI champion was MAGS Xtra Sensual, born Jan. 16, 2010 sired by DHVO Deuce 132R, and was exhibited by Magness Land and Cattle and DJ Limousin.
Lim-Flex Female Show Results
Division I honors go to MAGS Yahve, born March 29, 2011 sired by LH Rodemaster 338R, owned by Magness Land and Cattle. Reserve in Division I was NHCA Yours Truly 316Y, a March 8, 2011, female sired by SAV Bismarck 5682, was owned by Abele Cattle Co. of El Dorado Springs, Mo., and Massey Limousin of London, Ky.
DKBM Isabel 1414Y, born Feb. 21, 2011, out of Sennett Predator 827U, claimed the Division II champion title for Klay Beisley of Nevada, Mo. Reserve in that division went to Magness Land and Cattle and DJ Limousin of Port Orchard, Wash. with MAGS Yoo Hoo, born Feb. 18, 2011, sired by G A R Predestined.
Linden Faith Linthicum of Welch, Okla., claimed the Division III title with JCL Undying Love 013X, this female was born Sept. 29, 2010 and is sired by B C lookout 7024. The Division III reserve champion female was MAGS Xtreme Colors, a daughter of MAGS The General born Oct. 2, 2010, and shown by Cassidy Woodard of Calhan, Colo.
Claiming the Division IV reserve champion title was MAGS Xcellent Singer, sired by DHVO Deuce 132R, born April 11, 2010, exhibited by Magness Land and Cattle and Wies Limousin Ranch.
The Division V reserve champion was Magness Land and Cattle and Jepson Limousin of Franklin, Ky., with MAGS Xosa, a March 5, 2010 female out of DHVO Deuce 132R.
Division VI champion female was MAGS Wild Ginger, born Oct. 20, 2009, out of DHVO Deuce 132R, owned by Magness Land and Cattle and Tubmill Creek Farms of New Florence, Pa. Reserve in Division VI was CHR What's Happenin 121W, a Sept. 7, 2009, daughter of GPFF Blaque Rulon shown by Colt Cunningham of Rose, Okla.
Limousin Bull Show Results
Division I champion Bull was MJ Youtube, born Feb. 6, 2011, out of EF Main Stay 541M, exhibited by Mark Blake.
Claiming Division II honors was Abby Lynn Crow of Holt, Mo. with her Jan. 22, 2011 bull calf, Red Dirt Laredo 503Y sired by TUBB Laredo 7021N.
TMCK Westmoreland 889X, born Oct. 2, 2010 out of DHVO Deuce 132R, exhibited by Tubmill Creek Farms of New Florence, Pa., was selected as the Division III champion. Division III reserve champion was MAGS Xmas Wreath, an Oct. 13, 2010, bull also sired by DHVO Deuce 132R shown by Magness Land and Cattle.
Selected as Division IV champion was TMCK Durham Wheat 6030X, a son of DHVO Deuce 132R born March 21, 2010, and shown by Tubmill Creek Farms and Elders Branch Farm of Three Springs, Pa. and Gates Limousin of Absarokee, MT
Lim-Flex Bull Show Results
MAGS Y-Axis, a son of TC Aberdeen 759 born March 29, 2011, was selected as Division I champion bull for Magness Land and Cattle, Bella Star Limousin, Fulton, MO. and Edwards Limousin. Taking Division I reserve champion honors was MJ Yacht Club 17Y, a March 22, 2011,son of MAGS Winston exhibited by Mark Blake of Earl Park, Ind.
Magness Land and Cattle exhibited the Division II Lim-Flex bull, MAGS Xrays, born Oct. 4, 2010 out of DHVO Deuce 132R.
Division IV champion went to TW Fire N' Ice, an April 20, 2010, bull sired by BOHI Titlelist 7050T and owned by Edwards Land and Cattle Co. of Beulaville, N.C., JCL Land and Cattle of Welch, Okla,, and Twin Willow Farms of Springfield, Mo.
The Division V reserve champion was EF Xcessive Force, born March 18, 2010 out of D A Traveler 004 703, exhibited by Etherton Farms and Thomas & Son Farms of Boonsboro, Md.
Junior Limousin Show Results
Division I champion went to Linden Faith Linthicum of Welch, Okla. Leading JCL Undying Love 013X a Sept. 29, 2010 Lim-Flex daughter of BC Lookout 7024. Division I reserve champion went to DKBM Isabel 1414Y a Lim-Flex daughter of Sennett Predator 827U born on February 21,2011 exhibited by Klay Biesly.
Division II reserve champion went to LH Xclusively Urs 059X, a Limousin daughter of DHVO Trey 133R born on April 2, 2010.
Division II reserve champion was awarded to Bryson Palombo of Platteville, Colo. with MAGS Xtra Rest an April 5,2010 daughter of DHVO Deuce 132R.
For more information about the American Royal Junior Limousin Show, contact Brooke Bennett of the North American Limousin Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-220-1693. The American Royal, Kansas City's longest running show, has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. During September, October and November, more than 250,000 people attend the American Royal.