It was interesting to learn that you could participate in the 4-H Club without being a “farmer” or without owning your own animals. We walked around further to watch the Junior Horse Show (Trailblazers). These were novice class kids who also were new at it, but, looked the part in confidence with their great outfits, and huge smiles of joy on their faces.
After watching the 4-H Cattle Show and Competition, we wandered over to where the farm animals were kept.
There were lots of different kinds of farm animals, pigs, horses, cows, sheep and goats.
Frankly, I love horses! When I was youger I would go to the local riding stable just to look at their beautiful horses. The older I get the more I am amazed at these wonderful animals. So it’s no surprise that Judi and I visit lots of events where horses are featured.
“Riding in the ring”
The Sutton Fair featured a number of unique attractions. For the kids, ponys rides and for adults (and kids) a camel ride!
Back in the Homecraft area I discovered a unique “animal“? KInd of… it was a “dog” (I think) made up of “Coke cans” and “duck tape“. Someone has an “interesting” imagination! FUN!
“A COKE Dog!”
As we walked the fairgrounds, we enjoy the live music at the Entertainment Pavillion.
“Enjoying the music”
Sutton Fair visitors were entertained by “Circus Jonathon“, one of the many fair attractions.
“Sutton Fair entertainment”
The Midway was crowded with fair visitors looking for “thrill” rides. Judging from the “yells” and “laughter” they weren’t disappointed!
“Fun rides in the Midway”
The Sutton Fair & Horse Show offers visitors so much. Our “Adventure Article” highlights only a few of the many offerings. Make sure you mark your calendar with the Sutton Fair’s date. You will be glad you did!
“Carol Law with the Festival Nomad”
We were glad Festival Nomad Correspondent, Carol Law, went with us, as she always sees amazing things that we might have otherwise have missed. It’s always more fun with family and friends.