(My slide show wasn't working, so I had to remove it, hopefully that should fix the problem with this post)
Well, we made it through our first pygmy goat show of the year. It was a long 4 days but we also had lots of fun and learned lots of good info on our goats.
This is me in the Adult Showmanship on Friday morning. I was VERY nervous, as I have only done this class one other time, and am fairly new to the open class shows. You have to show your animal a certain way, turn the right way and answer questions about the breed. It is nerve wracking for me for some reason. I did learn a lot so that I can teach my kids the right way to show. I did get last place everyday, but I learned something new each class I was in.
This is Katrina, a girl in our 4-H group, with her little baby goat Ivy. Ivy was tired of showing and decided it was time to take a rest. It was so cute.
Here is Logan in the Jr. Showmanship class. They have to do all the things I have to in showmanship, but the judge is much more lenient.
Addison waiting her turn. Sorry for the crazy eyes, I had to use my flash and it made all our eyes go funky.
Hope you enjoyed our trip to the fair.