It’s an equine tradition PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 August 2014 11:42

ABOVE: Two of the contestants in the horse show wait for their turn SUnday morning outside the rodeo arena.

LEFT: Other participants finish their turn around the arena before exiting. Other animal shows took place Thursday, including the Seward County 4-H horse showmanship category. Fair goers also got the chance to see other animals throughout the week at the Hedrick’s Petting Zoo, which featured a zedonk, emu, camel and other creatures of nature. A walk through the barns at the Seward County Fairgrounds likewise gave people a glance at hogs, sheep, goats, cattle, rabbits and poultry, giving those who came to the Five State Fair a wide variety of animals to look at in addition to the many other activities the fair had to offer.

 
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