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2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show
Louisville, Kentucky
Total Number Shown: 336
Show Dates: 06/09/17 - 06/10/17
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Judge(s): Tom Hawk, Earlville, Ill.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Dameron CB First Responder won grand champion bred-and-owned bull, sponsored by Tom McGinnis, Heritage Farms, at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Jack Dameron, Towanda, Ill., owns the March 2016 son of B F First Transaction. He first claimed junior champion. Tom Hawk, Earlville, Ill., evaluated the 336 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
OLC 3ACES Inspire 2526 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Mary Oliver, Union City, Tenn., owns the February 2016 son of FCF Intuition 345. He first claimed reserve junior champion. Tom Hawk, Earlville, Ill., evaluated the 336 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer
Nords Stylist 6080 won grand champion steer, sponsored by Tom McGinnis, Heritage Farms, at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va., owns the June 2016 son of Cherry Knoll Stylist 1368. Tom Hawk, Earlville, Ill., evaluated the 336 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
LW All-In 622 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Hailey Jentz, Fennimore, Wis., owns the May 2016 son of Gambles All-In 2549. Tom Hawk, Earlville, Ill., evaluated the 336 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull
Destinys Dynamo 192 won bred-and-owned intermediate champion bull at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Morgan Hutchins, Charleston, Ill., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull
R & K OB Conversation 601 won bred-and-owned reserve intermediate champion bull at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Kalli Flanders, Buffalo, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Senior Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Senior Bull Calf Champion
Schafers Kingsly 6940 won bred-and-owned senior bull calf champion at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Eric Schafer, Owaneco, Ill., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion
CCC Blue Blood D553 won bred-and-owned reserve senior bull calf championat the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Cheyenne Jones, Campbellsville, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Premier Exhibitor

Cheyenne Jones, Campbellsville, Ky., left, won premier exhibitor and premier junior breeder at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Also pictured is Keegan Cassady, Miss American Angus, right. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

State Group of Five

The Illinois Junior Angus Association won state group of five at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bronze Award

Ellie Kidwell, Walhonding, Ohio, right, received her Bronze Award at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. The Bronze Award is the first level of the National Junior Angus Association Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the award and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving the award. Alex Tolbert, American Angus Association regional manager is presenting the award. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bronze and Silver Awards

Brody Fitzgerald, West Gove, Pa., right, received his Bronze and Silver Awards at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. The Bronze and Silver Awards are the first two levels of the National Junior Angus Association Recognition Program. Juniors must apply for the awards and then meet point requirements in many areas of participation before receiving the award. Alex Tolbert, American Angus Association regional manager is presenting the award. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Senior Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in senior showmanship at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Pictured from left are Jordyn Wagner, Billings, Mont., first place; and Keegan Cassady, Normal, Ill., second place. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Intermediate Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in intermediate showmanship at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Pictured from left are Keegan Cassady, Miss American Angus; Hailey Boyd, Waynesville, Ill., first place; and Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan., second place. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Junior a Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in junior A showmanship at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Pictured from left are Keegan Cassady, Miss American Angus; Korey Moser, Larchwood, Iowa, first place; and Emma Alexander, Louisa, Va., second place. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Junior B Showmanship

These junior Angus members won top honors in junior B showmanship at the 2017 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show & American Angus Breeders' Futurity Junior Show, June 9-10 in Louisville, Ky. Pictured from left are Keegan Cassady, Miss American Angus; Reese Anderson, Chrisman, Ill., first place; and Alexis Koelling, Curryville, Mo., second place. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.