The 2017 Junior Fair Results special section is available in the August 2, 2017 edition of the Mount Vernon News.




 Joshua Morrison/News Windmill Farms won first place during the draft pony cart male driver show at the grandstand on Monday at the Knox County Fair.

Joshua Morrison/Mount Vernon News

Windmill Farms won first place during the draft pony cart male driver show at the grandstand on Monday at the Knox County Fair. Request this photo

 


Joshua Morrison/News Amanda Annett leads her grand champion dairy market feeder cow into the sales ring at Thursday’s Sale of Champions at the Knox County Fair. Small’s Asphalt purchased the animal for $8 a pound.

Joshua Morrison/Mount Vernon News

Amanda Annett leads her grand champion dairy market feeder cow into the sales ring at Thursday’s Sale of Champions at the Knox County Fair. Small’s Asphalt purchased the animal for $8 a pound.

 

Sale day success


Dairy supporters raise $3,510

As exhibitor of the Supreme Champion Dairy Cow at the Knox County Fair, Russell Alden will take home a 15 percent share of the proceeds from the dairy products sale, which brought in $3,510 in donations.

Miniature horses small but mighty

This year’s junior fair miniature horse show provided good competitive fun to both returning and new participants.



Geoff Cowles/News Official Star (7), driven by Chris Shaw, takes the early lead over Gotta Go B B (2), driven by Chris Page, during the second race at Tuesday’s Harness Racing event at the Knox County Fair.

Geoff Cowles/Mount Vernon News

Official Star (7), driven by Chris Shaw, takes the early lead over Gotta Go B B (2), driven by Chris Page, during the second race at Tuesday’s Harness Racing event at the Knox County Fair.

 

Harness racing’s view from a different driver






Pam Schehl/News Winners in the 2017 Little Miss Knox County Fair competition are, from left, third runner up Phoebe Mussard, second runner up Myla Mowry, first runner up Kaitlyn Stulka and Little Miss Knox County Fair Nickelle Heston.

Pam Schehl/Mount Vernon News

Winners in the 2017 Little Miss Knox County Fair competition are, from left, third runner up Phoebe Mussard, second runner up Myla Mowry, first runner up Kaitlyn Stulka and Little Miss Knox County Fair Nickelle Heston. Request this photo

 

Heston selected Little Miss Fair

It was a tough decision for the judges, but Nickelle Heston was chosen as the winner in the 2017 Little Miss Knox County Fair contest held Sunday.