Fayette County had two representatives participating in the Ohio State Fair Horse Show, Andrea Robinson (left) and Madison Johnson (right). Robinson showed in showmanship, horsemanship, and ranch pleasure, and placed seventh in horsemanship. Johnson showed in showmanship, horsemanship and western pleasure, and placed seventh in showmanship. She also placed second in the 13-year-old skillathon division.
Madison Johnson and her horse Happy place first in showmanship, first in horsemanship, first in western pleasure, first in trail, fourth in barrels, and third in flags, Horse Overall Showman of Showmen, junior versatility, fifth overall beef showmanship and fourth in the overall Showman of Showmen competition. She is a member of the All-N-One 4-H Club, a junior superintendent, and a member of the Fayette County Horse Committee.
Peyton and Madison Johnson are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club. They both participated in the officer judging. Peyton (left) received Best of the Best of Community Service and Madison (left) received Outstanding for Vice President.
This is Peyton Johnson’s first year in cake decorating and sewing. She received Outstanding of the Day with her lamb cake, Outstanding of the Day with her red and white polka dot shirt she made, and was named Outstanding Beginner Model.
Peyton and Karlee Johnson are the daughters of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg. They had a great year showing Roxy in Guys and Gals Lead. The girls received a first at the Fayette County Fair and a second at the Ohio State Fair. Peyton is a first-year member of the All-N-One 4-H Club and Karlee is a Clover Bud member.
Peyton Johnson, 9-years-old, is a first-year member of the All-N-One 4-H Club. She placed first in the Guys and Gals Lead at the Fayette County Fair and second at the Ohio State Fair with her lamb Roxy.