DES MOINES, IA (08/23/2013)(readMedia)

Awards Given at Iowa State Fair Horseshoe Tournament

Competitors participated in the Iowa State Men's Championship division of the Horseshoe Pitching Tournament Sunday at the 2013 Iowa State Fair.

The State Fair hosts Horseshoe Pitching every Fair day. Division winners are crowned daily. All Horseshoe Pitching competitions take place on the clay courts just east of Farm Bureau Pioneer Hall.

Complete results below:

Championship Class

1) Dave Mittlestadt, Jewell

2) Joseph Smith, Gladbrook

3) Vern Kollasch, Iowa City

4) Doug P. Anderson, Stratford

5) Pat Simon Sr., Waterloo

6) Dennis L. Hopkins, Missouri Valley

7) Ronnie Burgess, Cedar Rapids

8) Tim Pew, Des Moines

9) John Peterson, Ottumwa

10) Randy Fox, Council Bluffs

11) Tom Cranston, Keswick

12) Marvin Dirks, Fonda

Class A

1) Paul Beaman, Des Moines

2) Rick Hudson, Stuart

3) Steve Ronk, Council Bluffs

4) Jan Warwick, Ames

5) Carl Kaiser, Des Moines

Class B

1) Kirk Vannausdle, Elliott

2) Richard Cranston, Keswick

3) Steve Hyler, Winterset

4) Steve Hatch, Knoxville

Class C

1) Jesse W. Dalton, Indianola

2) Kenny Wiese, Story City

3) Darwin Mott, Hartford

4) Kevin Bailey, Prairie City

5) Rick Allen, Crescent

6) Ralph Davis, Ankeny

Class D

1) Tom Flores, Des Moines

2) Randy Clark, Monroe

3) Kevin Pieper, Stuart

4) Lloyd Schropp, Parnell

5) Kevin Turbett, Tama

6) Rusty Dalton, Indianola

Class E

1) Bruce Dennis, Prairie City

2) Anthony Buttrey, Des Moines

3) Frank MacArthu, Davenport

4) Russell Wiese, Roland

Ribbons Awarded in Iowa State Fair Duroc Show

ISU Teaching of Ames exhibited the Champion Boar in the Duroc Swine Show Friday at the 2013 Iowa State Fair.

Ray Williamson of Eagle Grove exhibited the Reserve Champion Boar.

Rowdy Campfield of Runnells claimed Champion and Reserve Champion Gilt honors.

Premier Exhibitor honors went to Kay Christian of Woodward. The award is presented to the exhibitor earning the highest point total in individual breeding classes of competition.

Additional results below:


1) Stewart's Duroc Farm, Waverly

2) DCM Hamps and Durocs, Marion

3) Kay Christian, Woodward

4) Kay Christian, Woodward

5) Kay Christian, Woodward


1) Rowdy Campfield, Runnells

2) Rowdy Campfield, Runnells

3) DCM Hamps and Durocs, Marion

4) Cale Niehaus, Sac City

5) Larry Kastler, Woolstock

6) Warrick Brothers, Prairie City


1) Rowdy Campfield, Runnells

2) Brett Roquet, Fremont

3) McCulloh Family, Camanche

4) Ryan Iverson, Grinnell

5) Broek Swine Genetics, Sioux Center

6) Rowdy Campfield, Runnells

7) Ray Williamson, Eagle Grove

8) Ray Williamson, Eagle Grove

9) Miller Farms/ Millarbd Berks, Knoxville

10) Miller Farms/ Millarbd Berks, Knoxville


1) Triggs Show Pigs, Mount Ayr

2) Caeden Bakker, Dike

3) Triggs Show Pigs, Mount Ayr

4) Doyle Jamison, Winterset

5) Doyle Jamison, Winterset

6) Doyle Jamison, Winterset


1) Kay Christian, Woodward


1) Jack Bair and Family, Elkhart

2) Toenjes Show Pigs, Center Junction

3) Kay Christian, Woodward

4) Allen D. Krivohlavek, Dorchester, Neb.


1) ISU Teaching, Ames

2) DCM Hamps and Durocs, Marion

3 DCM Hamps and Durocs, Marion

4) Triggs Show Pigs, Mount Ayr

5) Martin Family, Fayette


1) Ray Williamson, Eagle Grove

2) Ray Williamson, Eagle Grove

Banners Awarded in Iowa State Fair Simmental Cattle Show

RB Simmentals of Correctionville was awarded the Grand Champion Purebred Bull and Iowa Champion Bull banners in the Simmental Cattle Show Saturday at the 2013 Iowa State Fair.

Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Bull and Iowa Reserve Champion Bull honors were awarded to Kitzerow Cattle Company of Saint Charles.

Trey Jass of Garner won Grand Champion Purebred Female honors. The Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Female was awarded to Gerdes Show Cattle of West Point.

Additional results:

"Nothing Compares" to the Iowa State Fair. The 2013 Fair ended August 18. The 2014 Iowa State Fair is set August 7-17. For more information, call 800/545-FAIR or visit

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