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Photos: Dogs and Cats

The Middle Park Fair and Rodeo featured dogs and cats on Saturday with youths showing their pups and felines. Events at the fair continue through Aug. 11 in Kremmling. The results are as follows:

Dog Show

Junior Overall Grand: Penny Myer

Junior Overall Reserve: Lance Eisenman

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Intermediate Overall Grand: Elisabeth Corcoran

Intermediate Overall Reserve: Taylah French

Senior Overall Grand: Shiloh French

State Qualifiers —Elisabeth Corcoran in showmanship, rally and obedience and Penny Myer in showmanship and obedience.

Showmanship

Junior novice — 1. Amber Hester; 2. Tasha Springs; 3. Chisum French.

Junior open — 1. Penny Myer; 2. Lance Eisenman.

Intermediate novice — 1. Ester Thoma; 2. Ecko P.; 3. Scotty Cameron.

Intermediate open — 1. Elisabeth Corcoran; 2. Caitlyn Corcoran; 3. Taylah French; 4. Alyssa Scott.

Senior Open — 1. Shiloh French.

Obedience

Beginner Novice A — 1. Esther Thoma; 2. Amber Hester; 3. Chisum French.

Beginner Novice B — 1. Penny Myer; 2. Lance Eisenman; 3. Alyssa Scott

Beginner Novice C-1 — 1. Scotty Cameron; 2. Tasha Springs

Beginner Novice C-2 — 1. Taylah French; 2. Shiloh French; 3. Caitlyn Corcoran

Novice A — 1. Elisabeth Corcoran

Rally

Novice A — 1. Esther Thoma; 2. Amber Hester; 3. Tasha Springs; 4. Chisum French; 5. Scotty Cameron.

Novice B — 1. Elisabeth  Corcoran; 2. Penny Myer; 3. Taylah French; 4. Caitlyn Corcoran; 5. Alyssa Scott; 6. Shiloh French; 7. Lance Eisenman.

Cat Show

Overall Grand Junior — Sonya Wutz

Overall Reserve Junior — Bella Ilgner

Overall Grand Intermediate — Taylah French

Overall Grand Senior — Shiloh French

Showmanship

Junior — 1. Sonya Wutz; 2. Bella Ilgner; 3. Chisum French

Intermediate — 1. Taylah French

Senior — 1. Shiloh French

Decorate your crate — 1. Chisum French; 2. Taylah French; 3. Bella Ilgner; 4. Shiloh French; 5. Sonya Wutz.


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