Holstein Supreme Champion of All-American Dairy Show’s Premier National Junior Events – Cowsmo

Holstein Supreme Champion of All-American Dairy Show’s Premier National Junior Events

Two Holsteins, a Maryland black and white and New York red and white, were named Supreme Champions at the Premier National Junior Show Monday, Sept. 9, at the 2013 All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg.

Savage-Leigh Gold Lona-ET, a Holstein exhibited by Chase Savage, 9, of Union Bridge, Md., was named the show’s Supreme Champion Cow. The 4-year-old is an Ex-92 daughter of Braedale Goldwyn. Chase is the son of Chip and Isha Savage of Savage-Leigh Holsteins.

“Quite exceptional, very dairy, very feminine, very clean, overall a great cow,” said show judge Mark Reuth.

L-Maples Hvezda Callie, a Red & White shown by Cooper Galton, 17, of Nunda, N.Y., was named Supreme Champion Heifer. The Spring Yearling was sired by Orbe-View S Strm Hvezda. Cooper is the son of Todd and Meg Galton of Rolling View Farm.

“This heifer is all kinds of good, so long, so tall, so stylish, plenty of openness. A job well done,” said show judge Jacob Hushon.

Savage received the $2,000 Supreme Champion Cow award, sponsored by AgChoice and Mid Atlantic Farm Credit, and the John L. Morris Memorial Blanket, sponsored by the Center for Dairy Excellence.

Galton received the first Samuel G. Yoder Crystal Star and $500 award, presented to the owner of the Supreme Champion Heifer. It was sponsored by the American, Junior American and Mid-Atlantic Milking Shorthorn societies and the American Milking Shorthorn Society Syndicate.

Breed champions:

Red and White – Maples Hvezda Calli-RED, Cooper Galton, Nunda, N.Y.
Holstein – Heart&Soul Dundee Rhyme-ET, Matt Boop, Millmont, Pa.
Jersey – SAY KC DEE VERBATUM LADY BUG-ET, Patrick Youse, Ridgely, Md.
Gurensey – Eternal Flame Moonshine, Owen Pieper, Walton, N.Y.
Ayrshire – Palmyra Dreamer R Ginger, Kayla Lenhart, Thurmont,Md.
Brown Swiss – Hoodstead Total Promise ET, Nicole Hood , Middletown, Md.
Milking Shorthorn – Buckeye Knoll Plum Amazing EXP ET, Sarah Rhoades, Greenville, Ohio

Red and white – Ridgedale-T Raichu-Red, W. Cyrus Conard, Sharon Springs, N.Y.
Holstein – Savage-Leigh Gold Lona-ET, Chase Savage, Union Bridge, Md.
Jersey – MILO CENTURION SASSAFRASS-ET, Patrick Youse, Ridgely, Md.
Gurensey – Knadds Aaron Jade – ET, Marshall Overholt, Big Prairie, Ohio
Ayrshire – Mowry’s Poker Precious, Jordan Helsley, Roaring Spring, Pa.
Brown Swiss – Snow Valley Legacy Sandy, Jesse Hargrave, Heuvelton, N.Y.
Milking Shorthorn – Millcreek Frolic Ambrosia, Treven Andrews, Mansfield, Pa.

The 50th All-American Dairy Show, the world’s largest dairy show, runs Sept. 7-12 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. This year’s show features 23 shows in six days, the nation’s only all-dairy antiques show, nearly 3,000 animals and 2,000 exhibitors from across the nation. For more information, visit www.allamerican.state.pa.us or call 717-787-2905.

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