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Oklahomans welcome Texans at state fair


Oklahomans welcome Texans at state fair
CAROL RUTLEDGE — State fairs are a place where friends reconnect. Taking time to visit during the Alpaca Llama Show Association Central Regional and Oklahoma State Fair are (l-r) Ellie Wanek of Nebraska, Zoe Rutledge of Texas, Sidney Nickles of Texas, Mackenzie Willy of Oklahoma, and Christian Abel of Kansas. They gathered after participating in a showmanship championship round in the ring.


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“Follow,” “jump up,” and “back” were just a few of the cues that could be heard from an Oklahoma City show ring the weekend of Sept. 23-25. Zoe Rutledge of the Sunnyside 4-H Club and Sidney Nickles of the Wood Valley 4-H Club took their llamas and alpacas into the show ring for multiple performance classes as part of the Alpaca Llama Show Association Central Regional and Oklahoma State Fair llama shows. . . .

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