Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 09, 1980, Image 106

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    ClB—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 9,1980
Hostetler’s sweep Chester Black and White Show
BY SUSAN KAUFFMAN Chester District Black and Parkesburg, led their
Staff Correspondent White Show spotlight last animals mto the ring m
GOSHEN Maplebound week at the Goshen fourteen out of eighteen
Farm Holstems over- Fairgrounds. The Donald divisions They captured
whelmmgly commanded the Hostetter family, first place standings m a
The Grand Champion and Reserve Champion animals in the Chester show
were both owned by Donald Hostetter. Here Tom Kearns, who helped him show,
is on the left with Chester County Dairy Princess Yvonne King and Hostetter.
Donald Hostetler, right, showed the Junior Champion animal, while Jeff
Yoder showed the Reserve Junior Champion heifer.
total of eleven classes. In
addition they ranked second
, four tunes and third three
Sweeping all of the
grouped divisions except
Junior and Senior Get, which
they did not enter,
Maplebound animals were
also named Reserve and
Grand Champion recipients.
Grand Champion was a
four year old, Maplebound
Elevation Kristol, sired by
Round Oak Rag Apple
Elevation. Another herd
mate, Maplebound Gentle
Ben Sun, sired by
Maplebound Gentle Ben,
was named Reserve Grand
Champion as a milking six
year old
The Hostetter family
which consists of parents
Donald and Dorcas and their
four daughters—Susan,
Missy, Kim and Bev—were
named premier exhibitors
and breeders at the show
which included slightly over
one hundred individual
animals, according to
Stanley Guest, show
Three age divisions for
fitting and showmanship
competition started the
show Nine to eleven year old
fitting and showmanship
first places were awarded to
Cmdy Hohl with Joe Me-
Cahon, Jr., taking second m
both categories and Jeff
Darlington placing third.
Fourth place in this age
group went to Kathy Reiter
in both fitting and
Twelve to fourteen year
olds placing in the fitting
were: 1 Anthony Beiler, 2.
Allen March, 3. Gerald
Darlington, 4. Kristine
Beiler, and 5. Gayle Reiter.
Showmanship rankings
were. 1. Allen March, 2.
Anthony Beiler, 3. Kristine
Beiler, 4. Gerald Darlington,
and 5. Gayle Reiter.
Fifteen year olds and older
competed with fitting first
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