Hus­sar 4-H Show and Sale fetches top dol­lar

The Drumheller Mail - - FRONT PAGE - Terri Hux­ley

Al­most 45 mem­bers were in at­ten­dance for the an­nual Hus­sar 4-H show and sale on Sun­day, May 28.

Con­grat­u­la­tions go out to Kayla San­dum and her 1462 pound Charo­lais for win­ning the top ban­ner of Grand Cham­pion. Brody Hale won Re­serve Grand Cham­pion with his 1342 pound Black An­gus steer.

River­side Pack­ers bought the fundraiser steer for $2.60 a pound. All the money raised was put to­wards Friends of Wheat­land.

For the in­ter­me­di­ate class, Erin Slemko re­ceived $3.00 even for her Red An­gus as she was named the in­ter­me­di­ate cham­pion. In­ter­me­di­ate re­serve cham­pion was Tate Yule with his Sim­men­tal steer sell­ing for $3.20 per pound.

Se­nior Re­serve Cham­pion was Lane Adam­cewicz sell­ing for $3.10 per pound. Ju­nior Re­serve Cham­pion was Jayna Hale sell­ing her Black An­gus for $3.00 per pound.

The best rate of gain went to Brody Hale. In the Ju­nior classes for groom- ing, show­man­ship, and con­for­ma­tion, Lan­don Schelske reigned cham­pion for groom­ing and show­man­ship. Brody Hale won on the con­for­ma­tion side. Gar­net Miller was the re­serve ju­nior groomer and Avery Koole won re­serve cham­pion for show­man­ship. Jayna Hale won ju­nior re­serve con­for­ma­tion.

As for in­ter­me­di­ates, there was a good num­ber of mem­bers rep­re­sented. Tate Yule won first place in the groom­ing class with Erin Slemko sit­ting pretty in sec­ond. For show­man­ship, Bar­ret Chris­tensen won first and Mary San­dum placed sec­ond. Con­for­ma­tion cham­pion was Erin Slemko and Tate Yule fol­low­ing with re­serve.

In the se­nior groom­ing and show­man­ship classes, Jour­dyn Sam­mons placed first with Deck­lin Chris­tensen in sec­ond. Kayla San­dum won first in the se­nior con­for­ma­tion class with Lan­don Schelske in sec­ond.

Over­all Grand Groom­ing was won by Jour­dyn Sam­mons with Tate Yule as re­serve. Grand show­man­ship was also taken by Jour­dyn Sam­mons but with Lan­don Schelske trail­ing be­hind. Lastly, Grand Con­for­ma­tion went to Kayla San­dum with Brody Hale tak­ing the re­serve grand cham­pion spot.

The event was well re­ceived with an ex­tremely proud com­mu­nity sup­port­ing youth in such a large ex­pe­ri­ence.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Brody Hale for win­ning Re­serve Grand Cham­pion with his 1,342 pound Black An­gus steer. Ar­mand Tessier of Drumheller Chrysler bought the an­i­mal for $3.50 per pound.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Kayla San­dum for win­ning grand cham­pion with her 1,462 pound Charo­lais steer. Ray Ain­scough of River­side Value Drug Mart bought the an­i­mal which sold for $4.50 per pound. The av­er­age price of the club sold for $3.11 a pound.

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