Another of the super impressive matches we have on offer this year. He’s the first of three Mambo/Olympia sons. Loaded full of softness and appeal, oozing beef and bone. Thickly made with ample skin and depth of flank. Balanced with breadth, character, style, depth and length.
A $40,000 stylish sire seller from the '08 sale. The Horsham line continues via Instinctive for good reason. Superbly coated. Great confirmation. Tremendous disposition. Huge testicular development at an early age.
He's one of our 'in demand' males. So far 30 sons have averaged $11,600. Top selling son’s thus far, the 'cornerstone' in our sire ranks, the $80,000 Pacific (ET) (Daddamarine). Ritual for $40,000 (Fieldhouse) and the $30,000 Articulate. A Mambo-6826 IVF pregnancy sold for $3500 at the 2011 IT Sale to Rondel.
Bred in the purple. A real brood cow. Her legacy already well known. Sons and daughters in leading herds. Big proportions. Loads of volume, style, capacity, and character. A pedigree absolutely crammed full of the best performers. She's in the same mould as our 'cornerstone' donor cow, Monique. This great cow family continues to grow.
Olympia’s daughters Unify and Tulip have achieved donor status. We retain five others and a son, Thredbo. In 2015 Trilogy, sold for $27,500 (Western Red). Tuscany topped the Droughty Beef Bonanza Sale (Beef 2015) at $13,500 (Kilkenny Stud). Five sons in the 2019 Sale averaged $36,500, Armageddon ($60,000), Axel ($32,000), Academy ($42,500), Apollo One ($36,000) and Archerfield ($12,000). An embryo package fetched $525/egg (Pacific) in the 2019 Online Genetics Sale (Jigsaw Stud). In the 2021 sale four sons averaged $83,125. These included the $120,000 Carbon Copy (Percol Plains); $110,000 Court Marshall (Fred Noffke); $62,500 Campese (Lochview Stud); $40,000 Come What May (Fred Noffke).
To date 10 sons have averaged $54,250.