Hooks wins grand champion rabbit prize


Junior fair market rabbit show held Tuesday

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Robert Bennett was named the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Overall Rabbit Showman on Monday. Pictured with Bennett are Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins and Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire.

Robert Bennett was named the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Overall Rabbit Showman on Monday. Pictured with Bennett are Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins and Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The top four and division winners at the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Showmanship contest were (from left to right): Myah Dato (fourth overall), Alyssa Esker (third overall), Robert Bennett (overall showman), and Korie Bennett (second overall). Pictured with the winners are Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire and Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The third-fifth overall winners at the market rabbit show were (left to right): fourth place Randon Stolzenburg, third place Andrew Combs and fifth place Sydney Carter.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Nathan Hooks won the grand champion overall meat pen rabbit prize at Tuesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Market Rabbit Show and Mackenzie Cory took reserve champion.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Nathan Hooks won the overall grand champion prize for meat pen rabbits at Tuesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Market Rabbit Show and Mackenzie Cory won the reserve champion trophy.

Rounding out the top five placements for the market rabbit show were: third place – Andrew Combs, fourth place Randon Stolzenburg, and fifth place Sydney Carter.

There were approximately 30 individual classes competing at the market rabbit show held at the Small Animals Barn.

The winners of each class were: Andrew Haines, Kyle Bennett, Emma Bower, Kaden Noble, Abigail Forsythe, Lindsey Stump, Lauren Bivens, Mikhaylee Ragland, Brooklin Hunter, Landry Smith, Abigail Noble, Ryder Ward, Claire Streitenberger, Rhiley Keaton, Kyleigh Caldwell, Andrew Combs, Caleb Bennett, Alainee Wolffe, Weston Rhonemus, Conner Bivens, Sydney Carter, Natalie Arnold, Matthew Arnold, Mackenzie Cory, Alyvia Atkinson, Randon Stolzenburg, Meghan Cory, Nathan Hooks, Clayden Hooks, and Sophia Parsons.

As previously reported, Robert Bennett was named the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Overall Rabbit Showman on Monday.

The top four showmanship winners were: second place – Korie Bennett, third place – Alyssa Esker, and fourth place – Myah Dato. The showmanship winner in the senior division was Robert Bennett, intermediate division was Alyssa Esker, junior division was Myah Dato, and the beginner division was Korie Bennett.

The market rabbit sale will be held Friday at the Sales Arena.

Robert Bennett was named the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Overall Rabbit Showman on Monday. Pictured with Bennett are Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins and Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/07/web1_Rabbit-showmanship-overall-winner-7-18-2022-2.jpgRobert Bennett was named the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Overall Rabbit Showman on Monday. Pictured with Bennett are Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins and Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The top four and division winners at the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Showmanship contest were (from left to right): Myah Dato (fourth overall), Alyssa Esker (third overall), Robert Bennett (overall showman), and Korie Bennett (second overall). Pictured with the winners are Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire and Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/07/web1_Rabbit-Showmanship-winners-7-18-2022-1-1-1.jpgThe top four and division winners at the 2022 Fayette County Junior Fair Rabbit Showmanship contest were (from left to right): Myah Dato (fourth overall), Alyssa Esker (third overall), Robert Bennett (overall showman), and Korie Bennett (second overall). Pictured with the winners are Fayette County Fair Queen Libby Aleshire and Fayette County Fair Small Animal Queen Maycin Adkins. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The third-fifth overall winners at the market rabbit show were (left to right): fourth place Randon Stolzenburg, third place Andrew Combs and fifth place Sydney Carter.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/07/web1_Rabbits-3-through-5-place-7-19-2022-1.jpgThe third-fifth overall winners at the market rabbit show were (left to right): fourth place Randon Stolzenburg, third place Andrew Combs and fifth place Sydney Carter. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

Nathan Hooks won the grand champion overall meat pen rabbit prize at Tuesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Market Rabbit Show and Mackenzie Cory took reserve champion.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/07/web1_Grand-champion-rabbits-7-19-2022-1.jpgNathan Hooks won the grand champion overall meat pen rabbit prize at Tuesday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Market Rabbit Show and Mackenzie Cory took reserve champion. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos
Junior fair market rabbit show held Tuesday

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