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2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Total Number Shown: 183
Show Dates: 03/14/15 - 03/15/15
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Judge(s): Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
DDA Touch of Class 1401 won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Chase Anderson, Chrisman, Ill., owns the January 2014 son of Silveiras Style 9303. He earlier won junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Wright CKF Kay's Product won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Logan Wright, Philippi, W.Va., owns the March 2014 son of Connealy Final Product. He first claimed reserve junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer
Highland Farms Game On won grand champion steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va., owns the April 2014 son of SCC First-N-Goal GAF 114. He first claimed junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
Buchanan's Tater T308 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Kelsi Lawson, Leesburg, Va., owns the February 2014 son of SCC First-N-Goal GAF 114. He earlier won reserve junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
Cherry Knoll Class 1428 won grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Bryce Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa., owns the March 2014 son of EXAR Classen 1422B. He earlier won junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
Snyders Gizmo 404 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Weston Snyder, Raphine, Va., owns the February 2014 son of SCC First-N-Goal GAF 114. He first claimed reserve junior champion. Doug Slattery, Chappell Hill, Texas, evaluated the 183 entries. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull
C F First-N-Goal 402 won bred-and-owned intermediate champion bull at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Leslie Craig, Harrodsburg, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull
CME Classen 4323 won bred-and-owned reserve intermediate champion bull at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Callie Eastin, Gretna, Va., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Bull Calf Champion
Windy Ridge Fullback won bred-and-owned bull calf champion at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Taylor Clarke, Rocky Ridge, Md., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Reserve Bull Calf Champion
Turning Pt Power Look 4924 won bred-and-owned reserve bull calf champion at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Mark Alexander, Berryville, Va., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Intermediate Champion Steer

Intermediate Champion Steer
Triple N Black Label B517 won intermediate champion steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Daniel Rohrbaugh, Seven Valleys, Pa., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Steer

Reserve Intermediate Champion Steer
Beaver Creek Flawless 449 won reserve intermediate champion steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Samuel Parr, East Berlin, Pa., owns the winning bull. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Middle Weight Steer

Kaylie Shelton, Frederick, Md., won reserve middle weight steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. The steer weighed 894 pounds. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Champion Light Weight Steer

Caley Ellington, Linville, Va., won champion light weight steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. The steer weighed 864 pounds. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Light Weight Steer

Megan Pelan, Jefferson, Md., won reserve light weight steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. The steer weighed 796 pounds. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Premier Breeder

Brody Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa., right, won premier breeder at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. Presenting the award is Doug Slattery, judge. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Bronze and Silver Awards

Logan Foore, Seven Valleys, Pa., center, received his Bronze and Silver Awards at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 14-15 in Harrisonburg, Va. The Bronze and Silver Awards are the first two levels of the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the awards and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving them. Pictured presenting the awards are Jaclyn Upperman, director of events & education for the American Angus Association, left, and Sarah Harris, Miss Virginia Angus, right. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Crossbred Steer

Christopher Moxley, West Friendship, Md., showed the grand champion crossbred steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 8-9 in Harrisonburg, Va. The steer weighed 1,040 pounds. He first claimed middle weight champion. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Crossbred Steer

Kelsi Lawson, Leesburg, Va., showed the reserve grand champion crossbred steer at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Junior Angus Classic (MAJAC) Regional Preview Show, March 8-9 in Harrisonburg, Va. The steer weighed 1,080 pounds. He first claimed heavy weight champion. Photo by Chris Jeffcoat, American Angus Association.