Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-ET, the Four-Year-Old and Senior Champion owned by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming County, Pa. won the Premier National Junior Ayrshire Show Monday, September 18, during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Expo.

Reserve Grand Champion honors went to the Reserve Senior Champion cow, Five-year-old Cedarcut Burdette Clove Colata, owned by Erin Curtis Szalach of Cazenovia, NY.

The Junior Two-Year-Old, River-Valley Cowboy Bethany, was named Intermediate Champion by Judge Jamie Black. Analise Stover of Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., is the owner of River-Valley Cowboy Bethany, bred by Randy Allen.

The Spring Yearling Heifer class winner, Hawver-Crest Scarlet-ET , a Palmyra Reality Bradock-ET daughter exhibited by Izzy Bohrer of Walkersville, Md., was selected Junior Champion Ayrshire.

Class winners, with exhibitors and hometowns, of the 2017 Premier National Junior Ayrshire Show are:
Spring Heifer Calf – Palmerton Loch Shamrock Shake exhibited by Mulligan Palmerton of Delevan, NY
Winter Heifer Calf – Old Bankston JC Brinley-ET exhibited by Jeffery Winkler of Woodbine, Md.
Fall Heifer Calf – Maple Dell Booth Betty shown by Morgan Murray of Woodbine, Md.
Summer Yearling Heifer – Mulfair Acres Maxum Holly exhibited by Angelina Horack of Harrington, De.
Spring Yearling Heifer – Hawver-Crest Scarlet-ET shown by Izzy Bohrer of Walkersville, Md.
Winter Yearling Heifer – Yellow Briar Pacane shown by Brooklyn Peters of Connoquenessing, Butler Co., Pa.
Fall Yearling Heifer (Not in Milk) – Palmyra Dreamer R Brilee-ET exhibited by Jeffery Winkler of Woodbine, Md.
Junior Champion – Hawver-Crest Scarlet-ET shown by Izzy Bohrer of Walkersville, Md.
Junior Reserve Champion – Maple Dell Booth Betty shown by Morgan Murray of Woodbine, Md.
Junior Two-Year-Old – River-Valley Cowboy Bethany exhibited by Analise Stover of Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pa.
Senior Two-Year-Old –  Mapleburn Candy Candy-ET shown by Hailey Feusner of Ulster, Bradford Co., Pa.
Junior Three-Year-Old – Vales Pride Pedro Verity exhibited by Arianna Piper of Thurmont, Md.
Senior Three-Year-Old– Maple Dell Poker Diamond-ET shown by Morgan Murray of Woodbine, Md.
Intermediate Champion – River-Valley Cowboy Bethany exhibited by Analise Stover of Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pa.
Intermediate Reserve Champion –  Vales Pride Pedro Verity exhibited by Arianna Piper of Thurmont, Md.
Four-Year-Old – Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-ET shown by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., Pa.

Five-Year-Old- Cedarcut Burdette Clove Colata shown by Erin Curtis Szalach of Cazenovia, NY.
Six Years Old & Older – Mowery’s Captain Tic Tac exhibited by Chase Eller of Roaring Springs, Blair Co., Pa.
Senior Champion – Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-ET shown by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., Pa.
Senior Reserve Champion – Cedarcut Burdette Clove Colata shown by Erin Curtis Szalach of Cazenovia, NY.

Grand Champion – Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-ET shown by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., Pa.
Reserve Grand Champion – Cedarcut Burdette Clove Colata shown by Erin Curtis Szalach of Cazenovia, NY.

Bred and Owned Female – Mowery’s Captain Tic Tac exhibited by Chase Eller of Roaring Springs, Blair Co., Pa.

The All-American Dairy Show features 22 shows in six days, in addition to the nation’s only all-dairy antiques show. Last year’s show featured nearly 3,000 animals and 1,500 exhibitors from around the country.