Monday, July 27
This morning started off with lots of excitement, nerves and wagging tails at the 4-H Dog Show featuring different levels of 4-Her’s competing with their dogs in the agility event.
At 1 p.m., competitors prepped and groomed their pups in preparation for the remainder of the dog show including showmanship, obedience and rally categories. All three afternoon events were well attended, with many children competing in each.
Later in the afternoon, pickups and livestock trailers filled the parking lot as livestock unloading began. 4-H and FFA members worked hard to get their livestock settled into the appropriate barns. They also began to decorate their designated pens for the Herdsmanship awards.
In between events, the exhibit hall opened for the static exhibit drop-offs and interview judging also took place inside the Wyoming Center.
The day closed with good times and laughter at the Goat Roping event in Barn 3, where all ages of ropers entered for a shot at the jackpot.
Browse the images below to get a recapture of the day!