Texas Dall Sheep horns can range between 28 to 40 inches from base to tip. A trophy sheep will have horns between 33 to 38 inches.
A trophy class Texas Dall Sheep harvested by a Shilo Ranch hunter.
Native to Northwest North America their coats are white to slate brown in color and have curved, yellowish-brown horns. Males have thick, curling horns. Females horns are shorter, slenderer, slightly curved.