Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association virtual show results

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Juniors from across Canada participated in the Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association 2020 Virtual Show back in August. Here are the results:

Class 1 — Female, born 2020

Split 1: First went to Gabriela Kott, Caistor Centre, Ont.; second to Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.; and third to Peyton Woods, Arthur, Ont.

Split 2: First to Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.; second to Madi Bott, Belwood, Ont.; and third to Hailey Moyer, Elora, Ont.

Champion heifer calf: Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.

Reserve champion heifer calf: Gabriella Kott, Caistor Centre, Ont.

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Class 2 — Female, born 2019

Split 1: First and second to Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.; and third to Sydnee Stewart, Arthur, Ont.

Split 2: First to Archer Den Haen, Fergus, Ont.; second to Nate Rigney, Westlock, Alta.; and third to Spencer McKay, Meaford, Ont.

Split 3: First to Gabriela Kott, Caistor Centre, Ont.; second to Kaitlyn Broughton, Silver Springs, NY; and third to Peyton Donais, Highgate, Ont.

Champion yearling heifer: Archer Den Haen, Fergus, Ont.

Reserve champion yearling heifer: Gabriela Kott, Caistor Centre, Ont.

Class 3 — Female, born 2018 and earlier, with calf at side

Champion cow-calf pair: Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.

Reserve champion cow-calf pair: Jarod Scott, Milverton, Ont.

Third: Evan Patriquin, Thorhild, Alta.

Grand champion female cow-calf pair: Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.

Reserve grand champion female yearling heifer: Archer Den Haen, Fergus, Ont.

Class 4 — Bull, born 2020

Champion bull calf: Jarod Scott, Milverton, Ont.

Reserve champion bull calf: Evan Patriquin, Thorhild, Alta.

Third: Jarod Scott, Milverton, Ont.

Class 5 — Bull, born 2019

Champion yearling bull: Connor Schaub, Leduc County, Alta.

Grand champion bull — yearling: Connor Schaub, Leduc County, Alta.

Reserve grand champion bull — bull calf: Jarod Scott, Milverton, Ont.

Class 6 — Shorthorn Plus Female, born 2020

Champion heifer calf: Summer McKay, Meaford, Ont.

Class 7 — Shorthorn Plus Female, born 2019

Champion yearling heifer: Summer McKay, Meaford, Ont.

Reserve champion yearling heifer: Jessica Davey, Saskatoon, Sask.

Grand champion Shorthorn plus female — yearling: Summer McKay, Meaford, Ont.

Reserve champion shorthorn plus female — heifer calf: Summer McKay, Meaford, Ont.

Supreme champion: S/F Lily 394 HC, Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont.

Reserve supreme champion: Glen Islay A Veronica, Archer Den Haen, Fergus, Ont.

Marketing Competition

Peewee: First to Kingsley Whalen, Meeting Creek, Alta.; second to Vikram Chouhan, Okotoks, Alta.

Junior: First to Nate Rigney, Westlock, Alta; second to Brayden Mills, Bittern Lake, Alta.; and third to Gabriella Kott, Caistor Centre, Ont.

Intermediate: First to Katherine Poss­berg, Humboldt, Sask.; second to Austin Krieger, Jansen, Sask.; and third to Kaitlyn Broughton, Silver Springs, NY.

Senior: First to Sadie Anwender, Radville, Sask.; second to Royce Moellenbeck, Englefeld, Sask.; and third to Jessica Davey, Sask­atoon, Sask.

Photography Competition

Peewee: First to Ava Den Haen, Fergus, Ont.; second to Vikram Chouhan, Okotoks, Alta.; and third to Logan Hargrave, Dunkalk, Ont.

Junior: First to Sara Reinders, Georgetown, Ont.; second to Kate Reinders, Georgetown, Ont.; and third to Daphney Schaub, Leduc County, Alta.

Intermediate: First to Ellena Senetza, Smoky Lake, Alta.; second to Madi Bott, Belwood, Ont.; and third to Elizabeth Schaub, Leduc County, Alta.

Senior: First to Jessica Davey, Saskatoon, Sask; second to Sadie Anwender, Radville, Sask.; and third to Morgan Lehmann, Rosthern, Sask.

About the author

National account manager

Mike Millar

As National account manager for Canadian Cattlemen, I work with all major accounts including equipment manufacturers, ad agency's and national breed associations. When I'm not busy working and promoting Canadian Cattlemen magazine, my family and I are running a purebred herd of Simmental cattle at Grandora, Sask.

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