Lindsey participates in Sheep Lead


Pictured is Natalie Lauren Lindsey, age 11 of Washington Court House, shown with her Hampshire ewe she raised, as a participant in the recent Sheep Lead at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. This concluded Natalie’s circuit of fairs for 2016 where she participated at Madison County, Fayette County, The Ohio State Fair, Ross County, Highland County, and the North American. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Natalie is in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School. She resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm. Natalie is the granddaughter of Faith Cottrill of New Holland; and Tom and Connie Lindsey of Mt. Sterling.


Pictured is Natalie Lauren Lindsey, age 11 of Washington Court House, shown with her Hampshire ewe she raised, as a participant in the recent Sheep Lead at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. This concluded Natalie’s circuit of fairs for 2016 where she participated at Madison County, Fayette County, The Ohio State Fair, Ross County, Highland County, and the North American. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Natalie is in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School. She resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm. Natalie is the granddaughter of Faith Cottrill of New Holland; and Tom and Connie Lindsey of Mt. Sterling.

Pictured is Natalie Lauren Lindsey, age 11 of Washington Court House, shown with her Hampshire ewe she raised, as a participant in the recent Sheep Lead at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. This concluded Natalie’s circuit of fairs for 2016 where she participated at Madison County, Fayette County, The Ohio State Fair, Ross County, Highland County, and the North American. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Natalie is in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School. She resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm. Natalie is the granddaughter of Faith Cottrill of New Holland; and Tom and Connie Lindsey of Mt. Sterling.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_sheep-lead-2016-Intermational.jpgPictured is Natalie Lauren Lindsey, age 11 of Washington Court House, shown with her Hampshire ewe she raised, as a participant in the recent Sheep Lead at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. This concluded Natalie’s circuit of fairs for 2016 where she participated at Madison County, Fayette County, The Ohio State Fair, Ross County, Highland County, and the North American. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Natalie is in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School. She resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm. Natalie is the granddaughter of Faith Cottrill of New Holland; and Tom and Connie Lindsey of Mt. Sterling.