Thursday, April 24th, 2014

FAIR PHOTOS: Hypnotized and mesmerized

Photos from the 2012 Madison County Fair

“Hypnomike Bishop (far right) uses hypnosis to make a group of youngsters think their seats are electrified.

The Staley triplets from West Mansfield sport matching attire for their trip to the 2012 Madison County Fair: (from left) Brady, Rhett and Ryan. They are 3 years old. Their parents are Matthew and Andrea (Hutson) Staley. Andrea grew up in London and likes to return to her hometown during fair week.

Alexis Clark, 12, practices flipping her brother Jacobs rabbit,Patches. Alexis belongs to the Barnyard Kids 4-H Club.

MacKenzie Wilson holds her lamb,Cardigan, as judge
Jim Percival gives the animal the once-over. The 11-year-old
belongs to the Mudslingers 4-H Club and finished second in her class.

Hunter Nichols, 11, washes his market lamb namedBuckshot. Nichols belongs to the Eager Achievers 4-H Club.

Faith Fetherolf competes inover fence equitation on her 12 year-old American paint namedPivnert. Fetherolf, 16, is a member of the Exclusively Equine 4-H Club out of London.

Nine-year-old DaltonTingle screams as he enjoys the
Spring Ride. He is from Columbus and was visiting the
fair with his grandmother, Carol Tingle.

Tyler Parker, 18, poses with his Guernsey namedFlutie, for photos after winning the Dairy Showman of Showmen title. Parker belongs to the Monroe Winners 4-H Club out of West Jefferson.

Gemini (right) prepares to throw Sgt. Mac Thompson into the corner during a Dynamic Championship Wrestling match in the sheep arena. Gemini won the match.

Twins Neal and Josie Harris, 6, show off their pedal pull trophies. They live in the Madison-Plains School District. Neal placed first; Josie placed second.

Lily Marriott, 10, won the rabbit dress-up contest with her mini-rex,Brutus, a Buckeye in training. She belongs to the London Eager Achievers 4-H Club.

Ten-year-old Cori Charles of Mount Sterling competes in
the Junior Fair cake decorating contest.

Mariana Clifton, 9, guides her crossbred pig,Miss Joker,
during the breeding showmanship class for 8- to 11-year-olds.
She is a member of the Willing Workers West 4-H Club.

ThePassport to the Madison County Fair tour for children ages 5-8 included a stop to watch a sheep get sheared.


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