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Tuesday, June 24, 2008   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Andrea Yoxall
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The Seward County Community College Block and Bridle Club hosted the 10th annual Grand Drive Show Lamb Camp recently with campers from four states. Top priorty for campers was to improve their showmanship skills. Other items covered included washing and shearing a lamb, proper feeds and feeding, exercise and weight management programs, lamb selection, and show-day preparation. The campers were divided into three groups according to a combination of their age and showmanship ability. Lead instructor was Chris McGolden of Arapaho, Okla., who was assisted by Allison McGolden, Arapaho; Melissa King, Taloga, Okla.; Kaylonni Williams, Liberal; Lance Waugh, Yarborough, Okla.; and Brittany Beattie, Texhoma, Okla. After a barbecue luncheon on the final day each of the three groups participate in a Showmanship contest. Group one winners were Champion Showman Morgan Kidd, Fort Worth, Texas Res. Ch. Showman Braelyn Beattie, Texhoma Okla. Most Improved Landon Brecheisen, Hugoton, Kan. Best Attitude Hayley Floyd, Johnson, Kan. Most Patient Ceann Greeson, Kismet, Kan. Group two winners were Champion Showman Taylor Coen, Elkhart, Kan. Res. Ch. Showman Thane Barker, Lebo, Kan. Most Improved Myranda Walters, Fort Worth, Texas Best Attitude McKenzey Hanna, Richfield, Kan. Best Sheared Haeli Grice, Texhoma, Okla. Group three winners were Champion Showman Hanna Hardy, Parker, Colo. Res. Ch. Showman Dandi Thomas, Elkhart, Kan. Most Improved Whitney Wilkerson, Cement, Okla. Best Attitude Jeff Siegfried, Holly, Colo., and Colten Hardy, Parker, Colo. Best Sheared Kortney Jennings, Whitney, Texas

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