NEW CASTLE, Pa. — More than 160 head entered the show ring at the Western Pa. Holstein Championship Show July 15 at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds near New Castle. Michael Heath judged the regional championship show.
Junior champion (youth and open class): Plum-Line Aftershock Aquake (winter yearling), owner: Patrick Carey, Titusville; youth reserve junior champion: Plum-Line Attic Atlee (fall yearling); owner: Brooke and John Carey, Titusville;
Open reserve junior champion: Campbell-Run GChip Amelia, (spring yearling); owner: Sarah Campbell, Ford City;
Youth Show Intermediate Champion: Pottsdale Hammer Sunkist (senior 2-year-old); owner: Olivia Claypoole, Worthington; reserve intermediate champion: Plum-Line Reginald Velour (senior 3-year-old); owner: Brooke Carey;
Open show intermediate champion: Simpsons Stanley Cup Sidney (senior 3-year-old); owners: Roy C. Simpson and Sons, Butler; reserve intermediate champion: Cocalico Sid Blair (junior 3-year-old); owners: Robert Landis, Paul Zimmerman Jr., Alex Claypoole, Worthington;
Youth show senior champion: Simpsons Glitter Shot-Et (aged cow), owner: Jenna Simpson, Butler; reserve senior champion, Rader Astroid Sugarfree, (4-year-old); owner: Shelby Rader, Conneaut Lake;
Senior champions open show: Clayholm Atwood Esme (5-year-old), owner: Campbell Run Holsteins and Alex Claypoole, Worthington; reserve senior champion: Brookview Windbrook Lady A, (5-year-old), owner: Pennwood Farms, Berlin;
Youth show grand champion: the senior champion shown by Jenna Simpson; reserve grand champion, the intermediate champion owned by Olivia Claypoole.
The open show grand champion was the senior champion 5-year-old, exhibited by Campbell Run Holsteins and Alex Claypoole. Reserve grand champion honors went to the intermediate champion owned by Roy C. Simpson and Sons.
Best bred and owned
Youth Show: the junior champion, Plum-Line Aftershock Aquake, owned by Patrick Carey. Open show: the reserve grand champion, Simpsons Stanley Cup Sidney, owned by Roy C. Simpson and Sons.
Premier breeder was Show-Mar Holsteins, Brantner Family, Greenville; Premier exhibitor was Lyn-Haven Holsteins, Claypoole Family, Worthington.