Lindsey claims victories at county and state fair


Natalie Lindsey, 11, and daughter of Shawn and Aimee Lindsey of Washington Court House, won first place in her age division at The Ohio State Fair. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Fayette County was well-represented at the State Fair Sheep Lead.


Lindsey won the 11-year-old class of Ladies Lead during the 137th Fayette County Fair. She participates in several county fairs, state fair and the North American International Livestock Show.


Lindsey, who will be in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School, is pictured with her Reserve Champion Born & Raised Fayette County Steer at the Fayette County Fair. Natalie’s steer was born and raised on their farm. Lindsey resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm.


Lindsey placed first in Beef Showmanship in her age division and third Overall Beef Showman at the Fayette County Fair. She showed both Market Steers and Beef Feeder Calves. In addition to Reserve Champion County Born & Raised, she placed third overall in the Beef Market Steer Show.


Natalie Lindsey, 11, and daughter of Shawn and Aimee Lindsey of Washington Court House, won first place in her age division at The Ohio State Fair. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Fayette County was well-represented at the State Fair Sheep Lead.

Lindsey won the 11-year-old class of Ladies Lead during the 137th Fayette County Fair. She participates in several county fairs, state fair and the North American International Livestock Show.

Lindsey, who will be in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School, is pictured with her Reserve Champion Born & Raised Fayette County Steer at the Fayette County Fair. Natalie’s steer was born and raised on their farm. Lindsey resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm.

Lindsey placed first in Beef Showmanship in her age division and third Overall Beef Showman at the Fayette County Fair. She showed both Market Steers and Beef Feeder Calves. In addition to Reserve Champion County Born & Raised, she placed third overall in the Beef Market Steer Show.

Natalie Lindsey, 11, and daughter of Shawn and Aimee Lindsey of Washington Court House, won first place in her age division at The Ohio State Fair. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Fayette County was well-represented at the State Fair Sheep Lead.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Sheep-Lead.jpgNatalie Lindsey, 11, and daughter of Shawn and Aimee Lindsey of Washington Court House, won first place in her age division at The Ohio State Fair. Contestants are judged on garment construction, style or fashion accessories, entrant’s poise and appearance, control of animal, presentation and appearance of animal. Fayette County was well-represented at the State Fair Sheep Lead.

Lindsey won the 11-year-old class of Ladies Lead during the 137th Fayette County Fair. She participates in several county fairs, state fair and the North American International Livestock Show.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_IMG_8151.jpegLindsey won the 11-year-old class of Ladies Lead during the 137th Fayette County Fair. She participates in several county fairs, state fair and the North American International Livestock Show.

Lindsey, who will be in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School, is pictured with her Reserve Champion Born & Raised Fayette County Steer at the Fayette County Fair. Natalie’s steer was born and raised on their farm. Lindsey resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_IMG_0612.jpegLindsey, who will be in the sixth grade at Miami Trace Middle School, is pictured with her Reserve Champion Born & Raised Fayette County Steer at the Fayette County Fair. Natalie’s steer was born and raised on their farm. Lindsey resides with her parents Shawn and Aimee Lindsey and brother Nicholas on the family farm.

Lindsey placed first in Beef Showmanship in her age division and third Overall Beef Showman at the Fayette County Fair. She showed both Market Steers and Beef Feeder Calves. In addition to Reserve Champion County Born & Raised, she placed third overall in the Beef Market Steer Show.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Cattle-Awards.jpgLindsey placed first in Beef Showmanship in her age division and third Overall Beef Showman at the Fayette County Fair. She showed both Market Steers and Beef Feeder Calves. In addition to Reserve Champion County Born & Raised, she placed third overall in the Beef Market Steer Show.
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