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2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show
Louisville, Kentucky
Total Number Shown: 91
Show Dates: 06/08/17
Judge(s): Jody Watson, Woodlawn, Tenn.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
CCC Womack Blue Diamond D010 won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Cheyenne Jones, Campbellsville, Ky., owns the January 2016 son of EXAR Blue Chip 1877B. He first won junior champion. Jody Watson, Woodlawn, Tenn., evaluated the 91 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
CCC Blue Blood D553 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Cheyenne Jones, Campbellsville, Ky., owns the October 2016 son of PVF Insight 0129. He first won senior calf champion. Jody Watson, Woodlawn, Tenn., evaluated the 91 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer
TBA Des Moines won grand champion steer at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Addison White, Lexington, Ky., owns the April 2016 son of APS Confident. Jody Watson, Woodlawn, Tenn., evaluated the 91 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
DBF solo BJF 6110 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Lily Jeffries, Canmer, Ky., owns the February 2016 son of PleasantValley Solution 1201. Jody Watson, Woodlawn, Tenn., evaluated the 91 entries. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Junior Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Reserve Junior Champion Bull
CCC Dakota Jack D199 won bred-and-owned reserve junior champion bull at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Cheyenne Jones, Campbellsville, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Intermediate Champion Bull
R & K OB Conversation 601 won bred-and-owned intermediate champion bull at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 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 Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion
S A F Honors D259 won bred-and-owned reserve senior bull calf champion at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Bryanna Smith, Russell Springs, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bred-and-owned Junior Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Junior Bull Calf Champion
BJF KCC Double Barrel 7106 won bred-and-owned junior bull calf champion at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Taylor Jeffries, Canmer, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

Bronze and Silver Awards

Adam McCauley, Cynthiana, right, received his Bronze Award at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. The Bronze Award is the first level 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.

Overall Showmanship Winner

These juniors won top honors in their divisions for showmanship at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Pictured from left are Lily Jeffries, Canmer, Ky., junior A division; Bryanna Smith, Russell Springs, Ky., junior B division; Caroline Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., intermediate division; and Kendra Kostbade, Henderson, Ky., senior division. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.

NJAS Qualifier

Jesse Kostbade, Henderson, Ky., qualified to represent Kentucky at the National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show this July in Des Moines, Iowa, at the 2017 Kentucky Junior Angus Preview Show, June 8 in Louisville, Ky. Photo by Megan Blankenship, on behalf of the American Angus Association.