October 2017 Houston Livestock Show - Limousin Females

Cattle that did not place in the top ten are not listed in order.

Animal Owner Placing
Junior Yearling Heifers
†PTR† LM LOXLEY Pine Trails Ranch 1st in Class
          The most expressive topline of the group. The thickest hindquarter in the class. The best stifle muscle in the class. The most correctly sized frame. The best hing leg in the class. The best neck extension in the class.
†PTR† LM CARNIVAL Pine Trails Ranch 2nd in Class
          The best bone structure in the class. The deepest animal in the class. The best front legs in the class.
Senior Heifers
†PTR† LM SIERRA Pine Trails Ranch 1st in Class
          A little incorrect up front. The best neck extension in the class.
CrazyCow Heifer Calf #15397431 CrazyCow 2nd in Class
          The best topline in the class. The expressive hindquarter of the group. The most correctly sized frame. Needs a little more depth of rib. The best hing leg in the class.
†PTR† LM SEA BREEZE Pine Trails Ranch 3rd in Class
          The best stifle muscle in the class. The best bone structure in the class. The deepest animal in the class. The best front legs in the class.
Senior Yearling Heifers
F-S-C GS MX88 OPEN PRAIRIE Flex Show Cattle Breed Champion
          The best topline in the class. The expressive hindquarter of the group. The most correctly sized frame. A litte light boned compared to the rest of the class. Needs a little more depth of rib. The best front legs in the class. The best hing leg in the class. We would like to see a little more neck extension here.
†PTR† LM REJOICE Pine Trails Ranch Breed Reserve Champion
          Narrow topped. Maybe a little more thickness from behind would help. The best stifle muscle in the class. Not the right frame size for this group. The best bone structure in the class. The deepest animal in the class. A little incorrect up front. I don't like how the hind legs are setup. The best neck extension in the class.
Cow 344 L J high quality show cattle 3rd in Class
          Lacking a bit in the stifle.