Pleasant Dawn Seal 2nd
Registr. # 3358731 Birth date: 05/01/1961
Sire: HI WAY ROYAL OAK # 2893468
Dam: PLEASANT DAWN PRINCESS # C448410
Pleasant Dawn Seal 2nd was bred by Lloyd Hatch of Manitoba Canada. The Hatch herd was undoubtedly one of the best Shorthorn cow herds in all of Canada for many years. Seal 2nd was leased for many years to American Breeders Service (ABS). He was so popular as a sire that there is almost no semen left on him. His daughters were tremendous brood cows.
Promise L Par ’71 2nd
Registr. # 3471502 Birth Date: Approx. 1966
Sire: LILAC PAR 18TH #3173717
Dam: MAID OF PROMISE H 105TH #3218801
He was a heavily muscled bull for the time with a frame to match. He was used extensively in the Stout herd in Oklahoma. Par ’71 also was well balanced and produced many good females. He traced to Haumont breeding.
Roan Harvest Duke
Registr. # 3557467 Birth date: 04/11/1970
Sire: CHARBONEAU HARVEST DUKE # 336766
Dam: RED BIRD LADY 3D # 311219
Roan Harvest Duke was bred at Gustafson’s Wexvale herd. Duke comes more from the dairy side of Dual Purpose Shorthorns. He has an interesting pedigree that traces to some outstanding old Shorthorn cow families. He was a bull that was safe to use on heifers.
Rosa's Commands 05
Registr. # 4105871 Birth date: 03/31/2005
Sire: PROMISE M COMMAND 97 # 3976776
Dam: ROSABELL 302ND # 3991129
Rosa’s Commands is a very thick bull as shown in his picture. He is linebred which makes him a strict outcross for many other Native “Heritage” Shorthorns. He was used successfully for many years in the Hidden Hill Farm Shorthorns in both their purebred operation and in their custom meat program. He was a true Dual Purpose bull.
Scottshill Major Clark
Registr. # 3536807 Birth Date: 9/10/1963
Sire: LAFRAISE DUKE 3D # MS79581
Dam: LADY KIMBERLY # MS278298
Scottshill Major Clark was the Junior and Grand Champion bull at the 1965 All American Dairy Show. He is the sire of Clark, Columbus, Thornwood Major, and Spiro. Through his sons he has had a tremendous impact on the Shorthorn industry, especially Heritage Shorthorn.
Smallflower Leader 2nd
Registr. # 3407739 Birth Date: 6/6/1968
Sire: BUTTE LEE LEADER 2ND # CB415930
Dam: SMALLFLOWER CHERRY 3S # C532122
Smallflower Leader 2nd was a large polled bull (over 3000#) that was raised by W. J. Small & Sons of Canada. He was purchased by KABSU and John Teagardin. The Kansas State Beef Program used him in beef trials and he was used extensively by Leonard Bingham in his breeding program. Smallflower was a “rugged bull” that contrasted in both size and scale with most of the his contemporaries.
Registr. # 3534243 Birth Date: 1972
Sire: SCOTSHILL MAJOR CLARK # 3536807
Dam: TOMAHAWK FAIR DUCHESS # 3560873
Spiro is a Graham Land & Livestock Co. bull that is a son of Scottshill Major Clark. Spiro is the sire of such famous bulls as GX Spiro’s Plumber 528X and Mr. Minot. He also sired two National Champion females. Spiro’s nickname was Muscle Man because of his record setting rib eye measurements. He was an extremely popular bull in his time and was used by a large number of Shorthorn breeders.
Spruce Hill Image
Registr. # 3700761 Birth date: 09/05/1979
Sire: CROMELLAR IMAGE SEAL # 3582862
Dam: OAK GROVE'S ROSETTE 5 # 3637869
Spruce Hill Image was a white bull that goes back to Canadian Image and Hillview Hobo on his sire’s side and Par Defender on his dam side. He was a tall bull by most standards, but was a very popular bull for his time. He is useful in a Dual Purpose Shorthorn breeding program to blend adequate size with other genetic characteristics.
Registr. # 3677870 Birth Date: 1/16/1976
Sire: GX Ridge Runner X 628 ASA #3642788
Dam: Thornwood Royal Teri ASA #354009
TCC Chinook sired a National Champion cow and has one of the best pedigrees in the Shorthorn breed. On the sire side he traces to Columbus and his dam, Thornwood Royal Teri, was a long lived productive cow that was the dam of many show winners including the famous Miss Springfield. Chinook a smooth correct bull that who was low maintenance and had a practical side beyond his prodigious production of show winning offspring.
Tea for the Tillerman
Registr. # 3582798 Birth date: 07/23/1974
Sire: COLUMBUS # 3540006
Dam: PRINCESS ELVA 4TH # 3540015
Tea for the Tillerman, a Columbus son, was used successfully in the herds of several major USA Shorthorn breeders during the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, including the Woodside herd in Pennsylvania. He was line bred with Scottshill Major Clark on both sides of his pedigree. He was a large stretchy bull that “brought a lot to the table”. He added size while maintaining milk and productivity.
TPS Coronet Leader 21st
Registr. # 3098353 Birth date: 10/15/1960
Sire: CORONET MAX LEADER # 2887446
Dam: NONPAREIL LADY 163D # 2906288
TPS Coronet Leader 21st was a large bull in a world dominated at the time by small (belt-buckle) cattle. He was a stout and thick bull that has sired many famous Shorthorn sires such as Kinnaber Leader 6th and 9th. His importance to the Shorthorn breed should not be underestimated. American Breeders Service (ABS) promoted him as a changer bull that would bring the Shorthorn out of the wilderness of small cattle into the world of functional productive cattle. Leader 21st lead that charge.
Registr. # 3538036 Birth Date: 01/15/1970
Sire: SCOTTSHILL MAJOR CLARK #3536807
Dam: THORNWOOD ROYAL DOT # 297556
Thornwood Major is another Graham Land & Livestock bull that was used extensively in the 70’s. He combined muscling with scale, as breeders tried to move beyond the “belt buckle” debacle. Another important aspect was longevity. His dam, Thornwood Royal Dot, was flushed at 16 years of age. Cows with this ability are absent is today’s show-obsessed Shorthorns.
A limited amount of his semen is available for purchase—see Semen/ Heritage-Native Page
WEXVALE POLAR BAR PRINCE
Registr. # 3769061 Birth Date: 11/09/1983
Sire: MEADOWBROOK PRINCE 16TH #3594057
Dam: WEXVALE PRINCESS CASSIE #3562446
Polar Bar combines the best of Meadowbrook and Wexvale breeding. His great grandam is Lakeside Princess 4th who was basically the foundationcow for the Wexvale herd of Michigan. She was purchased at 6 weeks of age and her influence on the Wexvale herd was extensive. His sire, Meadowbrook Prince 16th, had a long positive track record in the Meadowbrook herd and produced many outstanding offspring. Polar Bar combines the best of true Dual Purpose Shorthorn breeding.