This Cadillac will drive our 2016 Sale to a good start. He’s the latest model Elmo son of high quality. A soft, white grey of excellent length and great bone. You’ll admire his depth, broadness of backline, tremendous spring of rib and lovely hindquarter. As usual our Sale’s lead run of bulls are strong and provide outstanding buying opportunities for discerning buyers.
Jackaroo is a most powerful pedigreed sire prospect – full of style and eye appeal. Well grown and correct, he carries heavy bone and a good sheath and testicles. His attractive breed and sire qualities are complemented by a strong, masculine head. He stands square and, of course, his dam has produced a group of really significant sons that in the past two sales at NCC have demanded committed top level bidding to secure them. 7 of them have averaged $45,643 to date, selling to a top of $67,500, and not one of them has realised under $20,000.
Bonfire is big, impressive, masculine, blue grey bull of good pigment. His strong, broad, sire’s head, great length, abundant bone and heavy natural muscling are just what you’d expect from the proven Elmo/Datapack genetic cross. Performance power for profitable prime beef production – that’s what this fellow offers the industry.
Studmasters, Catalyst is a sire backed by an exceptional pedigree that you can utilise, red or grey, with high expectations. Mark him down to inspect. Has a good quiet disposition, very desirable head and breed character, and obvious masculinity. His natural muscle expression and depth, and squareness through the body highlight his weight performance. Look at him; meat right down to his hocks! His dam was a top price heifer at the Tartrus Lancefield Sale a few years ago, and she is producing well, including sons which have sold to $62,500.
Well there you go – speaking of Randolph, this is his three-quarter brother! Rockliffe is a good, full bodied, broad backed, very long bull which he combines with eye catching breed character and a big broad muzzle. Great skin on him. She’s a top cow his dam, not only producing Randolph, but additionally, a classic quality daughter that sold for $16,000 to Palmvale Stud at our recent World Brahman Congress Global Genetics Sale.
This again is a brother to the previous lot. He’s an attractive honey red, strong, active type with an excellent sheath. Body beautiful; he carries carcass qualities and a natural strong muscle pattern endorsing his high value to progressive beef breeders.
Rodman is another attractive, honey red, good pigmented Robin 261 son. Again shows very desirable breed type, and a strong sirey head. Has the extra length you are looking for, an abundance of natural muscle and a good set of testicles.
We were proud and honoured to accept the Calf Champion Broadribbon for Randolph at the 2016 World Brahman Congress and we’re proud and honoured to offer a bull such as this to the industry. We believe his exciting Sire attributes, with the combination of exceptional Brahman breed character and outstanding beef credentials, equip him totally to succeed as a sire ANYWHERE in the Brahman world. He’s so correct and sound structured, well balanced, strong on his feet and legs, attractive in his colour and pigment, long through the body, strong topped and full quartered, and presents with a great head, ears pricked and big strong muzzle. Randolph has obviously developed further since the Congress and has progressed in every way to meet or exceed the high expectations we had for him last May. In seedstock breeding you live to produce a Sire prospect such as Randolph, but we know throughout the industry, no matter the breed, they are rare.
Another high class Stratton son and again a quality sire prospect. Dudley appeals with his natural top shelf, carcass credentials and his breed style. Lovely thickness to him, and get behind him to have a look at his great hindquarter. Big ribspring off a broad backline with width right into the hump. Strong flanked and stands up stylish with a good sire’s head and perfect hump setting. He’s backed by pedigree strength in every generation. His dam’s first 5 sons sold at our Sale last year, they were all three-quarter brothers to Dudley. They included the $70,000 Sale topper Lord Delaware, purchased by Palmal and 2AM Studs, and they averaged over $30,000. At our recent Global Genetics Sale, Stewart & Sarah Borg of Leichhardt Brahman Stud purchased a beautiful, full sister to Dudley, for $17,000.
We all look for the bone/muscle mass combination that Condor displays. This 2yo prospect is a most attractive, strong bodied bull with a beautiful loin and overall carcass qualities. You can count on optimum weight for age performance, and the returns from extra kilo’s, in this fellow’s calves. Leading quality steer breeders, he demands your inspection.
A standout bull for type and style! Jacinto is an eye catching, white grey with a lot of length and exceptional breed quality. Lovely head and great skin on him, and a quiet disposition. Naturally well muscled, strong along the topline, and ideally soft finished. Studmasters you’ll find yourself drawn to him in this excellent run of young greys, and we’re confident you’ll give him a very positive assessment.
Eastaway is the product of a mating that has really proven itself to be in the top league, as the progeny have hit the ground. In fact, his full sister, Empress 3305, was judged the Calf Champion Female of the World Brahman Congress in May. She then realised $25,000 (at 12 months) at our Global Genetics Sale and has gone to keen Brahman enthusiasts Nev & Megan Hansen of Oaklands Stud. You can see the same stylish qualities in him and we recommend this youngster highly. Extra length, excellent hindquarter, beautiful bodied, quiet temperament and lovely silky skin and coat. 2yo tomorrow and chock full of potential.
Pascoe is a blue grey bull of great outlook and presence, and a proven pedigree you can really bank on to deliver – Elmo/855/Powerstroke. A thick, deep, long and square bodied bull showing the natural muscle expression you want to see. Big broad topline and attractive softness to his finish. Couple all that up with his obvious breed character, strong head and muzzle, and you get a Brahman Sire prospect of well above average value to beef producers.
You can depend on Dienka 238 to deliver! She has again in this lovely heifer. Typical 238 with that rich red colour and breed correctness. Stratton has added that valuable good frame and solid bone influence. Every Red Stud would benefit from the quality consistency these bloodlines keep on delivering. A top heifer.
Yes, this is Sombrero’s full sister. He’s the outstandingly credentialed, young sire Gavin Scott of Rosetta Grazing Co. purchased for $47,500 in 2012. She’s also a sister to Swire, a big imposing sire type 2AM Stud paid $35,000 for in 2014. She looks a real ‘breeder of bulls’ to us. Strong breed character, lovely softness, eye catching quality, beautiful silky skin and soft coat type, strong constitution, lovely even red colour. The Elmo/Selinda line cross is as bankable a genetic combination for Stud success as you can get in the Red Brahman industry. We commend her to you highly. And you can ditto these notes to her full sister coming next – Lot 96.
Whacko! here’s a smart poll by the high profile Platinum sire out of the fantastic Jewel 473 donor. It’s a powerhouse pedigree to back a poll opportunity of tremendous industry appeal. She’s a good skinned youngster, nice and feminine, sound, and stands up well on good feet and legs. Her mother is a real super dam that has bred well to Elmo, Martin and now Platinum. As you can imagine we have enjoyed breeding and selling 7 sons of her in 2015 and 2014 at our Sale to average over $45,500. Get in on the poll demand from this fabulous family line now, and look forward to high level returns.
Charm, she’s a well named, young, rare genetic diamond that Studmasters should be all over. She’s pretty, she’s proud, she’s soft, she’s stylish, she’s SPECIAL. Introducing our first female from 471 (a full sister to the FBC Jewel 473 cow, a Dam’s Progeny Champion at BEEF 2015, that has contributed significantly to the progress of NCC Stud in the last few years). Being by the illustrious master sire Elmo, makes Charm a full sister-in-blood to Jaguar ($67,500), Jackpot ($65,000), Jarrah ($45,000), Justice ($45,000), Julius ($22,000) and Jeweller ($20,000). Has there been a better related heifer go to auction in the Australian Brahman industry? The super level of quality and breeding consistency of these pedigree lines, already established at the summit of the Stud industry marketplace, will reward her purchaser with a substantial dividend stream of Sale returns and exciting stud herd performance for decades.