Western Michigan Fair youth rabbit competition winners.

August 12, 2021

Rabbit Showmanship: Front, from left: Jessie Johnson, 1st place, ages 5-7; Bentley Cerka, 2nd, 5-7; Brielle Cerka, 1st, 8-10; Hailey Weidus, 2nd, 8-10. Middle row, from left: Kendra Gilchrist, 1st, 14-16; Julia Gilchrist, 2nd, 14-16. Back row, from left: Audra Shoop, 1st, 17-19 (grand champion supreme showman); Rylee Cregg, 2nd, 17-19; Joseph Kline, 2nd, 11-13; Autumn Weidus, 1st, 11-13 (reserve champion supreme showman).

Western Michigan Fair youth rabbit competition winners.

PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — Pictured are the Western Michigan Fair youth rabbit competition winners. 

Rabbit Best of Breed: front row, from left: Owen Johnson, lion head; Madelyn Genter, Netherland dwarf; Hailey Weidus, best in show, Jersey wobley, best in breed, mini rex; Tristan Johnson, reserve in show, silver fox. Middle row, from left: Harrington Cooper, best of breed, satin; Chloe Genter, best of breed, Dutch, best of breed, mini lob; Brielle Cerka, reserve best of breed, Californian; Aliyah Johnson, reserve best of breed, lion head, reserve silver fox. Back row, from left: Jamison Cooper, best of breed, Californian; Joseph Kline, best of breed, Polish; Autumn Weidus, best of breed, Holland lor. Not pictured: Joshua Guadette, reserve, Polish.

Market Rabbit: From left: Jamison Cooper, grand champion; Harrington Cooper, reserve champion.

 

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