Caja Ranch ABBI Breeder #124
Norm and Sally Caja of Stephenville Texas would like to thank you for visiting our site.
Caja is pronounced - Cage-ah
Like a lot of Bull Breeders, it was a natural progression from riding bulls to breeding them. Your love for these great
athletes does not end with your retirement from the Rodeo arena. They have great personalities that you just can't get enough
of. In the early 90's I talked to Jim Gay and tried to buy my favorite Rodeo Bull of all-time, Rafter G's Red Rocker Skoal.
He had everything a bucking bull needed, rodeo looks, attitude, and was a superstar athlete. Unfortunately, it wasn't to be.
Neal Gay had decided to retire Rocker and put him out on cows. A couple years later Bob Tallman came up to Glen McIlvain and
I at the Fort Worth Stock Show, and said we needed to look at what he had going on. Bob was starting the Rodeo Stock Registry,
and we had no idea that it would take off like it did. We signed up and attended the first 'Sale of the Future' at the Mesquite
Rodeo Arena in Mesquite TX. Bob had talked Rafter G into consigning a daughter of Red Rocker, and I knew she was going home
with me no matter what the cost. She became the high selling heifer of that sale. Bought for $1800 dollars, it sure seems
cheap today. She grew up to be a beautiful cow and a great producer. Along with Red Rocker we purchased bloodlines of Achy
Breaky, Bodacious, Hooter, Speck, Anthrax, Houdini and Wolfman. Later we added Pacific Bell, Playboy and Gunslinger along
with numerous others. We have some of the deepest bloodlines in the industry.
Take a Look and Thanks for visiting.