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2019 Simbrah-Simmental Superbowl Showcases SimGenetic Breeds & Youth

The 27th annual Simbrah-Simmental Superbowl was once again held in conjunction with the San Antonio Livestock Show Junior Breeding Heifer Show on Feb. 13th. The privately sponsored event featured eight divisions of showmanship, percentage Simmental and Simbrah shows, as well as purebred Simmental and Simbrah shows. The event awarded over $42,000, including forty one $250 scholarships and to date the show has awarded SimGenetics youth more than $900,000.
            Showmanship judges Darla Aegerter and Dave Allan sorted through eight divisions of showmanship, which saw a payout of over $600 per division with the top two placing exhibitors receiving belt buckles. Then the top two of each division competed for the overall showman and reserve showman of the vent and received $1,000 and $750.
            In the 8-9 year-old division the winner was Roxton Stone, followed by Travis Ellis, Kanin Cleere, Gabriela Zarate, Emily McCall, and Paisley Lightfoot.
            Rylie Smith and Jarrett Pool placed first and second, respectively in the 10-11-year-old division followed by Carlee Jo Burks, Zoe Romanchuk, Taylor Groce, Emily Denny, Gavin Hinckley, Rory Die, Camryn Skaggs and Derek Hempel.
            In the 12-13-year-old division, Ryleigh Whitaker was the winner, followed by Aubree Blissard, Grant Hinckley, Haley Bryand, Rowdy Kuykendall, Lauren Boettcher, Jayci Phillips, Teagan Goble, Braden Roehling and Colby Schulze.
            Bradley Meuth and Miranda Skaggs were placed at the top of the 14-year-old division, followed by Luke Gonzalez, Cassidy Fuchs, Audrey Ivey, Braxton Butler, Hallie Hackett, Victor Balderas, Lorelai Hill and Mackenzie Groce.
            Placings in the 15-year-old division saw Kirbie Faour take the top honor, followed by Natalie Martinez, Rachel Lewis, Leroy Stavinoha III, Jared Hoffman, Cameron Hein, Justin Majewski, Kayla Sansom, Natalie Ellis and Kayla McCall.
            Madison Culpepper won the 16-year-old division, followed by Kaylyn Baugh, Wyatt Huebner, Ashley Stoddard, Kutter Karns, Savanna Secrest, Mia Barba, Mekalia Terry, Trever Jenkins and Charlotte Williams.
            In the 17-year-old division, Olivia Mitchell took the top spot, followed by Morgan Jackson, Kenna Moore, Jadan Butler, Meghan Hein, Katy Berry, Annah Morris, Kayden Tanner, Cassidy Bouse and Callie Grigsby.
            In the oldest division Zachary Wagoner was selected as the winner, followed by Gabrielle Barfield, Taylor Miles, Cole Mau, Jacob Friedrich, Tyler Denny, Sabrina Cano, Brittany Koehl, Summer Slovacek and Mario Moreno.
            The overall showmanship winner was Madison Culpepper and Olivia Mitchell was reserve.
            The Grand Champion Percentage Simmental heifer was exhibited by Zachary Wagoner. The heifer was sired by Mr. HOC Broker and he was sponsored by BKE Farms. The reserve grand winner was Madison Culpepper with a W/C Loaded Up daughter from her sponsor, Hilmes Cattle Co. They received $500 and $250 respectively.
            The Grand Champion Simmental heifer was exhibited by Kayden Tanner with his Double T Farms sponsored heifer. This was the calf champion of the show.  She was sired by W/C Relentless 32C. The reserve grand honor went to Aubree Blissard with her Rolling Hills Endeavor sired heifer from Elmore Cattle Services, who was the junior champion of the show. They received $1,500 and $1,000 respectively for the overall wins.
            The reserve heifer Simmental calf was exhibited by Roxton Stone. The heifer was sired by W/C Loaded Up and sponsored by Southern Jewel Cattle Co. The reserve junior champion heifer was exhibited by Lane Thomae with a OBCC Blacklist 915B sired heifer from Foster Bros. The senior champion was exhibited by Morgan Jackson with HPF Quantum Leap daughter from Circle M Farms and Kirbie Faour was named the reserve senior champion with a Mr. HOC Broker daughter from Knezek Simmental/Simbrah Ranch.      
            In the Simmental division, the pay included awards exceeding $150 per division and $50 per reserve division
            Camryn Skaggs won the Grand Champion Percentage Simbrah honor with her FBFS Wheel Man 649W daughter from Hagan Cattle Co. and Kanin Cleere took the reserve spot in the show with his TK/FCC Hard Body daughter from Blount Farms. They received $500 and $250 respectively.
             In the Simbrah division the grand champion was Haley Bryand with her 6G LMC Ragin Cajun daughter from La Muneca Cattle Co. She was the senior division winner. Cody Labry took the reserve grand honor with his McCrary Smith Inspired daughter from the late junior division. He was sponsored by Smith Genetics. They received $1,500 and $1,000 respectively.
            Luke Gonzalez won the junior heifer calf division with his 6G/LMC Rajin Cajun daughter from Baring Cattle Co., while Jadan Butler was the reserve with her Smith Stout N Black daughter from Smith Genetics.  Gavin Hinckley took the senior heifer calf honor with his Smith TMP Red Jewel daughter, sponsored by Smith Genetics and Tyler Denny was the reserve with a LMC Gold Medal daughter from La Hacienda Hinojosa.
            Mackenzie Groce won the intermediate division with her TK/FCC Hard Body daughter, sponsored by Webb Fields, while Lorelai Hill saw her Reavis Farms sponsored, Smith Satisfies daughter take the reserve.
            Braxton Butler was named the early junior division winner with his Smith Satisifes daughter from Smith Genetics and 7N and Callie Heaton was the reserve in this division also with a Satisfies daughter sponsored by Smith Genetics.
            Gabriella Ramirez saw her BETM LMC Rafa daughter, sponsored by La Muneca take the reserve late junior honor and Cole Mau was the reserve senior division winner with this Boening Bros sponsored heifer sired by LMC 3P So Johnny 5W/286.
            In the SImbrah division the payout was $200 per division win and $150 for reserve.

            2019 sponsors included Boening Bros Inc., Foster Brothers Farms, Blount Farms, LLC., Knezek Simmental/Simbrah Ranch, Diamond RF, La Muneca Cattle Co., Pine Ridge Ranch, Shallow Water Ranch, Burch Cattle, Freasier Ranch, Bar P Bar, Smith Genetics, Reavis Farms, 6G Ranch, Temperance Livestock, HDZ Cattle Co., JV Cattle Co., BKE Cattle Co., Triple C Cattle Co., Double T Farms, Blissard Cattle Co., Elmore Cattle Services, Circle M Farms, RGV Land & Cattle Co., Webb Fields, Southern Jewel Cattle Co., Hagan Cattle Co., H-3 Harris Farms, La Hacienda Hinojosa, 7N Ranch, La Morra Ranch, Hilmes Cattle Co., Baring Land & Cattle Co., Chappell Farms, Hidden Oaks, LPJ Ranch, McCrary Farms, Peach Creek Ranch, Walters Livestock, GB Cattle.

Showmanship winners gathered with judges Darla Aegerter and Dave Allan (center) and sponsors Simbrah-Simmental Superbowl sponsors/coordinators Carlos X Guerra (far left) and Tim Smith (far right).

At the conclusion of the 27th Annual Simbrah-Simmental Superbowl, 41 exhibitors were awarded $250 scholarships each.

The Grand Champion Percentage Simmental heifer was exhibited by Zachary Wagoner. The heifer was sired by Mr. HOC Broker and he was sponsored by BKE Farms. He received $500 for the overall win.

The reserve grand winner was Madison Culpepper with a W/C Loaded Up daughter from her sponsor, Hilmes Cattle Co. She received $250 for the overall win.

The Grand Champion Simmental heifer was exhibited by Kayden Tanner with his Double T Farms sponsored heifer. She was sired by W/C Relentless 32C. He received $1,500 for the overall win.

The reserve grand Simmental honor went to Aubree Blissard with her Rolling Hills Endeavor sired heifer from Elmore Cattle Services. She received $1,000 for the overall win.

Hayley Bryand exhibited the reserve grand Simbrah heifer, a 6G/LMC Ragin Cajun daughter sponsored by La Muneca. She received $1,500 for the overall win.

Cody Labry took the reserve grand Simbrah honor with his McCrary Smith Inspired daughter from Smith Genetics. He received $1,000 for the overall win.

Camryn Skaggs took the grand champion Percentage Simbrah title with her FBFS Wheelman daughter sponsored by Hagan Cattle Co. Kanin Cleere took the reserve grand champion Percentage Simbrah title with his TK/FCC Hard Body daughter sponsored by Blount Farms.
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
   
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