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Holstein Association Field Day held

July 21, 2009|By JOANNA CALIMER / Special to The Herald-Mail

The Washington County Holstein Association held its annual Field Day July 4 at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center near Hagerstown. Judge for the event was Malorie Rhoderick.

Winning Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor was DeBaugh Farms of Boonsboro. Exhibited by Scott DeBaugh, DeBaugh Zenith Mirage-ET, a senior 2- year-old, won 4-H/FFA Grand Champion and Open Class Reserve Grand Champion as well as 4-H/FFA Best Bred and Owned of the Show. Scott DeBaugh also showed the 4-H/FFA Reserve Grand Champion, DeBaugh Zenith Melanie.

Open Class Grand Champion was Spots Pride Pronto Galaxy, a 4-year-old exhibited by Emily Yeiser. Galaxy also won Open Class Best Bred and Owned.

Kaitlyn Corbett exhibited the 4-H/FFA Junior Champion, Pheasant Echos Blade Gloria, a Summer Yearling. Reserve 4-H/FFA Junior Champion was won by DeBaugh Zenith Mesquite-ET, a Spring Heifer Calf exhibited by Erin Canfield.

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The Open Class Junior Champion was Coldsprings Talent 3270-ET, a Winter Heifer Calf owned by Bonnie Weddle and John Shank. Lonely Willow Lou LillyB-TW was chosen Open Class Reserve Junior Champion and is owned by Samuel Winters Jr.

Winners for the Showmanship classes were: Junior: (1) Sydney Davis, (2) Gene Wiles; Intermediate: (1) Carol DeBaugh, (2) Erin Corbett, (3) Carly Shaw; Senior: (1) Kaitlyn Corbett (2) Scott DeBaugh, (3) Tracey Forsythe; Overall Winner: Kaitlyn Corbett.

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