Field Days results: Dairy Fitting and Showmanship

LORRYN TRUJILLO, RIGHT, of North Clarendon with her calf Ellie May, proudly accepts first place for Senior Fitting and Showmanship on Thursday at Field Days. This is one of the big awards at Field Days. Also shown is second-place finisher Brailley Livingston of New Haven, Dairy Superintendent Robin Severy, left, and judge Reid Lundy on the right. Independent photo/Steve James

NEW HAVEN — Below are the results from the Dairy Fitting and Showmanship competition at the 2023 Addison County Fair and Field Days, held Thursday, Aug. 10.

NOVICE CLASS (never shown before)

8-year-olds: 1. Sophee Shepard; 2. Ella Pope; 3. Lacey Barber; 4. Elizabeth Fay; 5. Normandie Cesario; 6. Peyton Anderson; 7. Kendall Thompson.

Pope Family Award — Novice Class A Showmanship: Champion, Sophie Shepard; reserve, Ella Pope.

9-11-year-olds: 1. Boston Wilbur; 2. Dayton Needham; 3. Isabelle Fay; 4. Logan Kirkpatrick; 5. Mia Mitchell; 6. John Belter; 7. Poet Dole.

Dan Huestis Memorial Award — Novice Class B Showmanship. Champion, Boston Wilbur; Reserve, Dayton Needham.

Novice Intermediate & Senior Class: 1. Alyssa Warren.

Novice Intermediate & Senior Class — Tenacity Award: Alyssa Warren.

Junior Divison

9-year-olds: 1. Rowdy Pope; 2. Sophia Roleau; 3. Thomas Allen; 4. Paige Chamberlin; 5. Sutton Chittenden; 6. Olivia Tudhope; 7. Desire Plouffe.

10-year-olds: 1. Caroline Compagna; 2. Gracelynn Barber; 3. Elianna Venables-Vogel; 4. Sophia Stocker; 5. Camille Plouffe.

11-year-olds: 1. Greyson VanderWey; 2. Tenley Chittenden; 3. Colton Butler; 4. Jordan Hutchins; 5. Payton Lucas; 6. Renee Plouffe.

Milk and Honey Genetics Award — Champion Junior Showmanship. Champion, Greyson VanderWey; Reserve, Rowdy Pope; Honorable Mention, Sophia Roleau.

Intermediate Division

12-year-olds: 1 Caroline Allen; 2. Ava Wood; 3. Collin Chamberlin; 4. Kylee Shepard; 5, Roxanne Griffin.

13-year-olds: 1. Bella Roell; 2. Taryn Burns; 3. Lola Rollins.

14-year-olds: 1. Hailey Chase; 2. Jayden Ploof; 3. Samuel Luis; 4. Christopher Brown.

Tristan Quinn Memorial Award — Intermediate Showmanship: Champion, Caroline Allen; Reserve, Ava Wood; Honorable Mention, Bella Roell.


15-year-olds: 1. Hailee Allen; 2. Noa Sauve; 3. Peyton Ball; 4. Ruby Hubbell.

16-year-olds: 1. Brailey Livingston; 2. Isabella Wilbur; 3. Emma Deering; 4. Mackenzie Chase.

17-year-old and over: 1. Lorryn Trujillo; 2. Michael Plouffe; 3. Morgan White.

Highter Award — Senior Showmanship: Champion, Lorryn Trujillo; Reserve, Brailey Livingston.

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