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Neighbors Growing Together | Dec 21, 2014

Fair continues Tuesday with horses, sheep and rabbits

By David Hotle | Jul 16, 2014
The pole bending contest was among many events that were held during the annual Horse and Pony show during the Washington County Fair Tuesday. Other events included the rabbit show, the poultry show and the breeding sheep and market lamb show.

The 2014 Washington County Fair continued Tuesday, with such events as the livestock judging champions board, the annual poultry show, the horse and pony show and the breeding sheep and market lambs show.
According to the official results from the Washington County 4-H Extension, the top senior members of the livestock judging champions board included McKenna Brinning, Ryan Chalupa, Macy Marek and Kieffer Sexton. Macy Marek was the top senior judge. Second place senior team members included Brody Miller, Chase Stutzman, and Wade Stutzman. Top intermediate team members were Morgan Brinning, Kenzi Marek, Erin Chalupa and Jack Carter. Logan Sieren was the top intermediate judge.
Second-place intermediate team members include Macey Thomann and Kristy Thomann. Top junior team members are Lauren Sieren, Bryce Greiner and Roy Carter. The top junior judge is Lauren Sieren. The second-place junior team members include Bailey Sieren, Taylor Brinning, Leah Marek, and Olivia Marek.
In the rabbit show, Darren Rickheim-Hiller of Crooked Creek had the champion single fryer and Spencer Arnold of Riverside Ramblers had the reserve. Rickheim-Hiller was named champion senior showmanship winner. Arnold was champion intermediate showmanship winner and best display. Ellie Todd of Prairie Pride was champion junior showmanship winner. Michael Witt of Jackson Jets showed Champion 4 class rabbit and the reserve was shown by Sophie Bell of Prairie Pride. Arnold showed the champion and reserve 6 class rabbit and the reserve grand champion overall. Witt showed the grand champion rabbit overall. Lindsey Palmer of Limecreek Limelights showed the champion pen of 3 rabbits and Averi Kron of Limecreek Limelights showed the reserve.
During the pet show, Jolee Altenhofen of 76 Progressives showed the champion pet and A.J. Pegg of Bows and Bullets showed the reserve.
During the breeding sheep and market lamb show, Brett Wright of Washington FFA showed the champion commercial ewe lamb and T.J. Durst of Washington Hustlers showed the reserve. Cooper Sieren of Dutch Creek Flyers showed the champion commercial yearling ewe and Addison Sprouse of 76 Progressives showed the reserve. Brett Wright of Washington FFA showed the grand champion commercial breeding sheep and Sieren showed the reserve.
Sprouse showed the champion purebred ewe lamb and Raigan Sprouse of Keota FFA showed the reserve. Addison Sprouse also showed the champion purebred yearling ewe and Hannah Van Roekel of Limecreek Limelights showed the reserve. Raigan Sprouse showed the champion production lamb and Brett Wright of Washington FFA showed the reserve. Carson Sprouse of 76 progressives showed the champion carcass lamb and Jadon Crawford of Washington Hustlers showed the reserve.
Addison Sprouse showed the champion market ewe lamb – white/speckle face and Zach Schmitz of Crooked Creek showed the reserve. Taylor Sublette of Riverside Ramblers showed the champion market wether lamb – white/speckle face and Kaycee Miller of IMS FFA showed the reserve.
Raigan Sprouse showed the champion market ewe – black face, and Clara Schmitz of Crooked Creek showed the reserve.
Madison Sheetz of Keota FFA showed the champion market wether lamb – black face, the reserve, and the grand champion market lamb. Raigan Sprouse showed the reserve grand champion market lamb. In the senior showmanship contest, Hannah Van Roekel was champion and Madison Sheetz was reserve. In the intermediate showmanship class, Addison Sprouse was champion and Clara Schmitz was reserve. In the Junior showmanship class, Megan Ruth was champion and Taylor Sublette was reserve.
The fair continues today.

Wednesday, July 16
3:30 p.m. Judging 4-H and FFA bucket-bottle calves
4 p.m. Clover Kids rabbit mentoring, show at 4:30 p.m.
4-7 p.m. Little Hands on the Farm – Round Barn
6:30 p.m. Clover Kids graduation – Lions Stage

Thursday, July 17
8 a.m. Judging 4-H and FFA market beef and carcass
4-7 p.m. Little Hands on the Farm – Round Barn
4-7 p.m. 4-H Shooting Sports archery booth
5 p.m. Pride of Iowa – basement
6 p.m. Iowa 4-H 2014 Hall of Fame Presentation and Presentation of State Fair Plaques

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