August 29, 2015

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2015 Junior Fair Dog Results

2015 Junior Fair Dog Results Showmanship – Junior A 1st – Emily Holmes, Sharon Flying Horse & Pony Showmanship – Intermediate B 1st – Culley Emerson, Challengers 2nd – Nicholas Huttinger, Litchfield Friendly Workers Showmanship – Senior A 1st – Madalynn VanBoxel, Westfield Trailblazers Showmanship – Senior B 1st – Joe Metheney, Medina Mustangs Best Read More…

2015 Junior Fair Dairy Beef Results

2015 Junior Fair Dairy Beef Results Skillathon, Senior 1st – Cody Walther, Sidewinders 2nd – Annie Stiver, Litchfield Lively Leprechauns 3rd – Whitney Smith, Guilford Go-fers Skillathon, Intermediate 1st – Breanna Clifford, Homer Jr. Highlighters 2nd – Andy Walther, Sidewinders 3rd tie – Michaela Stout, Litchfield Lively Leprechauns 3rd tie – Ashley Stroud, Homer Jr. Read More…

2015 Junior Fair Dairy Results

2015 Junior Fair Dairy Results Showmanship, Senior (Ages 14-18) 1st – Cora Gunkelman, Buckeye Agrineers 2nd – Clay Gunkelman, Buckeye Agrineers 3rd – Caleb Parker, Super Outstanding Sevillians Showmanship, Intermediate (Ages 11-13) 1st – Collin Wright, Brunswick Saddliers 2nd – Conner Garrison, Harrisville Topnotchers 3rd – CJ Dobbins, Harrisville Topnotchers Showmanship, Beginner – First Year Read More…

2015 Junior Fair Companion Animal Project Judging Results

2015 Junior Fair Companion Animal Project Judging Results Cats – Purr-fect Pals, Level 1 – Division 1 1st – Laura Potak, Hinckley Highlanders 2nd – Grace Dickens, Valley City Vikings Cats – Purr-fect Pals, Level 1 – Division 2 1st – Josette Prater, Litchfield Friendly Workers 2nd – Josh Piskac, Mavericks Cats – Purr-fect Pals, Read More…

2015 Junior Fair Market Beef Results

2015 Junior Fair Market Beef Results Market Beef Skillathon, Senior 1st – Eleanor Siedel, Cattle Rustlers 2nd – Emily Klotzsche, Cattle Rustlers 3rd – Suzanne Packard, Black River FFA Market Beef Skillathon, Intermediate 1st – Shelby Moucha, Cattle Rustlers 2nd – Tom Siedel, Cattle Rustlers Market Beef Skillathon, Beginner 1st – Andy Walther, Sidewinders 2nd Read More…

2015 Junior Fair Beef Breeding Results

2015 Junior Fair Beef Breeding Results Showmanship, Senior (Ages 16-18) 1st – Eleanor Siedel, Cattle Rustlers 2nd – Austin Kluk, Sharon Livewires 3rd – Triston Hornbeck, Homer Jr. Highlighters Showmanship, Intermediate (Ages 13-15) 1st – Shelby Moucha, Cattle Rustlers 2nd – Ellie Marrin, Guilford Go-fers 3rd – Alexis Farnsworth, Guilford Go-fers Showmanship, Junior (Ages 8-12) Read More…

Little Big Town refunds available until Oct. 1

The Medina County Fair Board will continue to grant refunds for the canceled Little Big Town concert through Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. Fair Board Director Conrad Haneberg said Tuesday the fair staff took Monday off to recover from the long workdays during fair week, but will be available to process and handle refunds until Read More…

Riders hold on tight at Medina County Fair

A bull rider gets bucked around at the event. (JULIA SPONSELLER / GAZETTE)

Julia Sponseller | Special to The Gazette Imagine standing next to a full-grown bull. He’s big, he’s strong and not intimidated by you in the least bit. Now, imagine sitting on top of these one-ton animals. On Sunday, the last day of the 2015 Medina County Fair, the annual Buckin’ Ohio Bull Riding event was held. Read More…

County Fair bull riding: South Carolina native only rider to complete rides twice

Jay Miller of Liberty, South Carolina, hangs on for the win in the championship round. (JUDD SMERGLIA / GAZETTE)

MEDINA — Staying on a thousand pounds of beef for eight seconds is no easy thing, but Jay Miller made it look easy. Miller took home the $1,347 grand prize Sunday during the Buckin’ Ohio Bull Riding event at the Medina County Fair. The Liberty, South Carolina, native was the only rider to go the Read More…

Fiddlers square off in contest at fair

Earl Jolley, 72, performs on the violin with an acoustic guitar accompaniment. (ALEXIS GEMELAS / GAZETTE)

Alexis Gemelas | Special to The Gazette Walking around the Medina County Fair, people can hear cows in nearby barns, jumbled chatter and, during certain times, the sound of live music. One example Saturday was a fiddle contest Saturday featuring amateur and professional players alike. Of the 170 years of the fair, it was only Read More…