Category: County Fair & Rodeo

2017 Best of Show Winners for Home & Garden Entries

Showing their artistic flair are Best in Show winners of the 2017 Home & Garden Show (left-right): Paisley Lewis (photography), Faith Pinson (sewing), Jocie Hall (art), and Molly Fryer (quilting). Expert County Quilter, Molly Fryer, shows off her Fall-inspired creation. This entry earned First Place, Best in Show, and the Go-Texan Quilt for Freestone County. Excelling with their entries in Food, Crafts, and Produce are these Best in Show winners (left-right): Olivia Robinson (food preservation and baked goods), Peggy Emmons redden (needlepoint and crafts), and Mike Arrington...

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2017 Livestock Market Show Results

Steer In the market steer competition, Logan Todd of Fairfield 4-H was awarded the Grand Champion title and Senior Reserve Showmanship awards; and Annie Oakes of Freestone Community 4-H won Reserve Grand Champion and Junior Showmanship awards. Mikaela Samper of Fairfield FFA won the Senior Showmanship award; and Blaine Black of Freestone Community 4-H was titled Junior Reserve Showmanship. –Class 1: 1st – Caelyn Thompson of Teague FFA, 2nd – Conner Jackson of Fairfield 4-H, 3rd – Megan Holmes of Teague FFA, 4th – Lauran Adcock of Fairfield 4-H, 5th – Mallorie Sims of Teague FFA, 6th – Brandon Griffin of Fairfield 4-H. –Class 2: 1st – Kourtnee Kirgan of Fairfield FFA, 2nd – Mollie Sims of Teague FFA, 3rd – Hallie Davidson of Fairfield FFA, 4th – Chandler Rogers of Teague FFA, 5th – Blake Looney of Wortham FFA, 6th – Cooper Blackwell of Fairfield FFA. –Class 3: 1st – Jon Ross Black of Wortham 4-H, 2nd – Laney McAdams of Freestone Community 4-H, 3rd – Caden Fryer of Fairfield 4-H, 4th – Rachel Lewis of Fairfield 4-H, 5th – John Clayton Stuver of Teague FFA. –Class 4: 1st – Logan Todd of Fairfield 4-H, 2nd – Mikaela Stamper of Fairfield FFA, 3rd – Philip Trevor Faulk of Teague FFA, 4th – Madison Thaler of Fairfield FFA. –Class 5: 1st – Annie Oakes of Freestone Community 4-H, 2nd...

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2017 Livestock Breeding Show Results

HEIFER Raegan Emmons was named Overall Grand Champion for the second year in a row; Overall Reserve Grand Champion title was awarded to Logan Todd. Senior Showmanship title was awarded to Lauren Adcock; Senior Reserve Showmanship to Caelyn Thompson; Junior Showmanship to Reanna Emmons; and Junior Reserve Showmanship to Raymie Emmons. American Beefmaster: Grand Champion was exhibited by Raegan Emmons for the second year in a row and Reserve Grand Champion goes to Rhaina Emmons. –Class 1: 1st – Raegan Emmons, 2nd – Rhaina Emmons, 3rd – Kourtnee Kirgan, 4th – Ellie Grissett. –Class 2: 1st – Raegan Emmons, 2nd – Rhaina Emmons, 3rd – Ryan Grounds, 4th – Blake Phillips, 5th – Kaitlin Newman. –Class 3: 1st – Cooper Blackwell. –Class 4: 1st – Rhaina Emmons, 2nd – Raegan Emmons, 3rd – Raymie Emmons, 4th – Katy Grounds. Brahman: Grand Champion was presented to Mattie Hagen and Reserve Grand Champion went to Preston Simpson. –Class 1: 1st – Bryson Nettle –Class 2: 1st – Preston Simpson, 2nd – Blaine Black –Class 3: 1st – Mattie Hagen. –Class 4: 1st – Riley Simpson. American AOB:              Grand Champion is awarded to Rachel Lewis, and Reserve Grand Champion goes to John Clayton Stuver. –Class 1: 1st – John Clayton Stuver –Class 2: 1st – Rachel Lewis English AOB: Grand Champion is awarded to Megan Holmes, and Reserve Champion goes to Makayla...

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2017 Horse Halter Project Show

Junior Showmanship at Halter is Josie Henson of Fairfield 4-H. Tiny Miss Photogenic, Bristol Schick, presented the showmanship belt buckle. Grand Champion Mare enjoys the taste of victory, as she is exhibited by Josie Henson of Fairfield 4-H. Josie also won First Place in Registered Mares 5 & over. Reserve Champion Mare is exhibited by Brandon Pingleton of Fairfield FFA. Grand Champion Gelding takes a moment to pose for the camera as he is led away by exhibitor Harli Hunt of Eagle Country 4-H. Harli also took First Place in Registered Gelding under 4 year old. Senior Showmanship at...

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Winners Announced Friday in Fair & Rodeo Photo Contest

Judges are getting their first look at over 65 entries in the 2017 “Fair & Rodeo” Photo Contest, sponsored by GO FAIRFIELD, the official mobile app of Fairfield, Texas. Contest closed at midnight on Monday, June 19th. Several prizes are being awarded, thanks to the following sponsors:    Tri-County Golf Club at the Vineyards, KRVF 106.9 FM The Ranch, Freestone County Raceway, and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce. Winners will be announced on Friday on the GO FAIRFIELD app and online at, as well as in next week’s print edition. Thanks to all who participated this year. Download GO FAIRFIELD on the App Store or get it on Google Play.  The mobile app is free to...

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