Grand goat entries at the Hardin County Fair

Participants showed their Hardin County goats at the fair on Tuesday.

Reserve champ

Reserve champ

The reserve champion market lamb of the 2014 Hardin County Fair was entered by Riley Fleece. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and a student at Benjamin Logan. Her parents are Jason and Kimberly Fleece.

Big winner

Big winner

The grand champion market goat belongs to Faith Holbrook. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and a student at Upper Scioto Valley. Her parents are Tim and Amy Holbrook.

Born and raised goats

Born and raised goats

Faith Holbrook’s success with judges continued in Tuesday’s goat show when her entries were named the reserve and grand champions of the born and raised in Hardin County competition of the show. She is the daughter of Tim and Amy Holbrook and a student of Upper Scioto Valley.

Junior showman

Junior showman

Seth Davis was named the top showman of the junior division of the 2014 goat show of the Hardin County Fair. He is a student at Ridgemont and the son of Ernie and Amy Davis.

Good start

Good start

The judges picked Jillian Hazelton as the best showman in the peewee division of the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers.

Big smile

Big smile

Caralee Stover of the Ada Barnyard Farmers is all smiles after her goat was named the champion pygmy doe of Tuesday’s competition at the county fair. She is the daughter of Curt and Amy Stover of Ada.

Junior doe winner

Junior doe winner

Melia Santillanez entered the champion junior doe in the goat show of this year’s fair. She is the daughter of Kim and Ernesto Santillanez of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club.

Commercial doe

Commercial doe

The reserve champion commercial senior doe of the goat show was entered by Seth Davis. He is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and the son of Ernie and Amy Davis.

Good fair

Good fair

Shelby Hazelton earned both grand and reserve championship rosettes in the senior doe category in the 2014 goat show. Shelby is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club.

Senior doe winner

Senior doe winner

Miranda Holbrook brought the champion commercial senior doe to Tuesday’s goat show at the Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and the daughter of David and Amy Holbrook of Roundhead.

Showmanship winner

Showmanship winner

Riley Ferguson was named the top showman in the beginner’s division of the Hardin County Fair Goat Show Tuesday. He is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers and the son of Kristen and Adam Ferguson of Ada.

Senior showman

Senior showman

Shelby Hazelton was earned the title of top showman of the senior division of Tuesday’s goat show. She is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club. Her parents are Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada.

Intermediate winner

Intermediate winner

The judge was impressed with the skills of Meadow Cromer and named her the winner of the intermediate division of the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is a student at Ridgemont and a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club. Her parents are Nathan and Amanda Cromer of Ridgeway.

Reserve champ

Reserve champ

Hope Hazelton holds the reserve champion junior doe in the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers.

Pygmy queen

Pygmy queen

Caralee Stover holds the reserve champion pygmy doe at the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers and her parents are Curt and Amy Stover of Ada.

Champ doe

Champ doe

Faith Holbrook entered the grand champion commercial senior doe in the 2014 Hardin County Fair goat show. She is the daughter of Tim and April Holbrook and a student at Upper Scioto Valley. Faith is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club.

Reserve champ

Reserve champ

Faith Holbrook’s commercial senior doe was named the reserve champion of Tuesday’s goat show at the Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and her parents are Tim and April Holbrook.

Best of Lamanche

Best of Lamanche

Jordan Furer of Ridgemont FFA showed the best of Lamanche class during the junior fair goat show on Tuesday. Jordan is the son of Richard and Sheryl Furer of Mount Victory.

The reserve champion market lamb of the 2014 Hardin County Fair was entered by Riley Fleece. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and a student at Benjamin Logan. Her parents are Jason and Kimberly Fleece.The grand champion market goat belongs to Faith Holbrook. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and a student at Upper Scioto Valley. Her parents are Tim and Amy Holbrook.Faith Holbrook’s success with judges continued in Tuesday’s goat show when her entries were named the reserve and grand champions of the born and raised in Hardin County competition of the show. She is the daughter of Tim and Amy Holbrook and a student of Upper Scioto Valley.Seth Davis was named the top showman of the junior division of the 2014 goat show of the Hardin County Fair. He is a student at Ridgemont and the son of Ernie and Amy Davis.The judges picked Jillian Hazelton as the best showman in the peewee division of the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers.Caralee Stover of the Ada Barnyard Farmers is all smiles after her goat was named the champion pygmy doe of Tuesday’s competition at the county fair. She is the daughter of Curt and Amy Stover of Ada.Melia Santillanez entered the champion junior doe in the goat show of this year’s fair. She is the daughter of Kim and Ernesto Santillanez of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club.The reserve champion commercial senior doe of the goat show was entered by Seth Davis. He is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and the son of Ernie and Amy Davis.Shelby Hazelton earned both grand and reserve championship rosettes in the senior doe category in the 2014 goat show. Shelby is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club.Miranda Holbrook brought the champion commercial senior doe to Tuesday’s goat show at the Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and the daughter of David and Amy Holbrook of Roundhead.Riley Ferguson was named the top showman in the beginner’s division of the Hardin County Fair Goat Show Tuesday. He is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers and the son of Kristen and Adam Ferguson of Ada.Shelby Hazelton was earned the title of top showman of the senior division of Tuesday’s goat show. She is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H club. Her parents are Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada.The judge was impressed with the skills of Meadow Cromer and named her the winner of the intermediate division of the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is a student at Ridgemont and a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club. Her parents are Nathan and Amanda Cromer of Ridgeway.Hope Hazelton holds the reserve champion junior doe in the goat show of the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is the daughter of Chad and Jamie Hazelton of Ada and a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers.Caralee Stover holds the reserve champion pygmy doe at the 2014 Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Ada Barnyard Farmers and her parents are Curt and Amy Stover of Ada.Faith Holbrook entered the grand champion commercial senior doe in the 2014 Hardin County Fair goat show. She is the daughter of Tim and April Holbrook and a student at Upper Scioto Valley. Faith is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club.Faith Holbrook’s commercial senior doe was named the reserve champion of Tuesday’s goat show at the Hardin County Fair. She is a member of the Hootenannies 4-H club and her parents are Tim and April Holbrook.Best of Lamanche

Times photos by Dan Robinson

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