Logan Davis of Newscastle FFA Shows the Grand Champion Market Steer at the 2010 Tulsa State Fair Junior Livestock ShowFri, 08 Oct 2010 13:28:31 CDT
For the first time in 60 years, the Tulsa State Fair selected all four of their Grand Champions for their Junior Livestock Show under one roof- at the same time. The first ever Night of Champions saw four Oklahoma youth rise to the top as their animals were chosen the Grand Champion in their species. We talked about this concept of a Night of Champions with Mark Andrus, President and CEO of Expo Square and the Tulsa State Fair after he had finished his duties of congratulating the Grand and Reserve Grand winners- click on the LISTEN BAR below to hear our brief conversation.
In the Market Steer division- the Grand Champion (pictured here) was shown by Logan Davis of the Newcastle FFA. Logan has the Champion Crossbred Steer. The Reserve Grand Champion Steer was the Champion Maine-Anjou at the 2010 show- exhibited by Tyler Batt of the Cordell FFA Chapter.
Breed Champions in the Steer Division included:
AOB, Blake Runner, Rogers County 4-H
Angus- Ryan Sperle, Washita County 4-H
Charolais- Dillon Duff, Kiowa County 4-H
Chianina- Baylor Bonham, Newcastle 4-H
Hereford- Laken Lierle, Fort Cobb-Braxton FFA
Limousin- Reighly Blakely Oolagah FFA
Maine-Anjou- Tyler Batt, Cordell FFA
Shorthorn- Avry Wood, Stattford FFA
Simmental- Brooke Stout, Norman FFA
Crossbred- Logan Davis, Newscastle FFA
Reserve Breed Champions include:
AOB- Kacy Nance, Harrah FFA
Angus- Reighly Blakely, Oolagah FFA
Charolais- Macy Starks, Cherokee FFA
Chianina- Tyler Batt, Cordell FFA
Hereford- Mary Temple-Lee, Maysville FFA
Limousin- Brock Carter, Sentinel FFA
Maine Anjou- Bailey Buck, Madill FFA
Shorthorn- Garret Starks, El Reno FFA
Crossbred- Jesse Green Wellston FFA
Click here for our Flickr Album of pictures from the Night of Champions.
Click here for the full results of all of the open and junior livestock classes at the 2010 Tulsa State Fair- once they post them.
These Grand Champion Steer will lead off the sale order in the Premium Auction of the top animals that will be sold at 11 AM Friday morning at the Tulsa State Fair.
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