Grand Champion Market Lamb Shown by Lydia Straka of El Reno 4-HFri, 20 Mar 2015 05:41:42 CDT
The 2015 Grand Champion Drive of Champions has concluded- and the Grand Champion Market Lamb was shown by Lydia Straka of the El Reno 4-H Club. Straka exhibited the Champion Hampshire that ended up being selected as the best in the 100th Anniversary edition of the OYE. Straka is seen pictured here.
The Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb came out of the Crossbred competition- shown by Cal Davis of the Guthrie FFA Chapter.
The Bronze Medalion winner- signifying the third best animal in the show- is Emily Smith of the Elk City FFA- she was showing the Champion Natural Color Lamb.
The Grand Champion Market Lamb will be the third animal sold in the Sale of Champions on Friday afternoon at State Fair Arena. You can click on the PDF link at the bottom of this story for the complete sale order.
The 2015 Breed Champion Market Lamb Exhibitors include:
Champion Hair- Phoebe Rogers, Amber-Pocasset FFA
Champion Southdown- Kaisen Walker, Fredrick FFA
Champion Shropshire- Lydia Straka, El Reno 4-H
Champion Dorset- Kyra Elliott, Maple 4-H
Champion Speckleface- Mason Harris, Morrison 4-H
Champion Natural Color- Emily Smith, Elk City FFA
Champion Hampshire- Lydia Straka, El Reno 4-H
Champion Suffolk- Blake Skidgel, Pawnee 4-H
Champion Crossbred- Cal Davis, Guthrie FFA
Reserve Champions include:
Reserve Champion Hair- Carly Schwedtfeger, Stratford 4-H
Reserve Champion Southdown- Braden Burns, Kingfisher 4-H
Reserve Champion Shropshire- Mason Smith, Elk City 4-H
Reserve Champion Dorset- Grace Valega, Perkins-Tryon FFA
Reserve Champion Speckleface- Payton Harris, Morrison 4-H
Reserve Champion Natural Color- Lydia Straka, El Reno 4-H
Reserve Champion Hampshire- Blake Skidgel, Pawnee 4-H
Reserve Champion Suffolk- Emiley Shell, Waukomis FFA
Reserve Champion Crossbred- Payton Harris, Morrison FFA
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