Sancho (means "pet" in Spanish)
Date of birth - April 7, 1997
Weight - over 2,000 pounds
Total horn length - over 10 feet
Distance between horn tips - 6 feet
I.T.L.A. Grand Champion
Owner/Trainer - Martha Morehart
Sancho is a Texas Longhorn steer, born in Ohio on April 7, 1997 and is double registered with the
"International Texas Longhorn Association" and the "Texas Longhorn Breeders Association."
Sancho is broke to ride like a horse, his job is to have his picture taken with people or
to be ridden in parades and rodeos or shown at public and private events.
He likes white bread, yellow apples and a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
Sancho has been shown from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
He is a four time "Ohio River Valley Grand Champion," and "Reserve World Champion" in the nation -2004,
"International Texas Longhorn Association World Champion Texas Longhorn Trophy Steer" -2007
and undefeated in the "Call of the Horns" competition at 122-15/16 -2007.
This gentle giant is one of the largest riding steers in the United States of America.
Sancho weighs over 2,000 pounds, his horns measure over 6 feet from tip to tip
and has over 10 feet of total horn length.

Sancho is one of the largest riding steers in the USA.



Trimming Sancho's hooves at the Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center.

Sancho and Marty. He gets his hooves trimed twice a year.


Watermellon is good.

And so is French Bread.



Sancho always enjoys a good scratching.


Sancho's visit

to the

University of Georgia.


In December 2010,

Sancho appeared in a commercial for

"Kensington Horse Blankets"

which aired several times during

"Equestrian Nation" on RFD-TV.





Kensington Protective Products, Inc.


Sancho's Live appearance

on the Paula Sands TV Show

( KWQC - TV 6 )

in Davenport, Iowa.

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