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WESTERN REGIONAL JUNIOR ANGUS SHOW
WESTERN REGIONAL JUNIOR ANGUS SHOW Reno Livestock Events Center Reno, Nevada April 16 - 18, 2021 2021 The 68 th Western National Angus Futurity and 47 th Western Regional Junior Angus Show excitement will be at an all - time high as we celebrate in Reno, Nevada on April 16 - 18, 2021. The 2021 edition promises to be one of the best junior Angus events ever. Your opportunity to complete, develop friendships and visit with juniors from throughout the West is just around the corner. Mark your calendar for April 16 - 18 and plan to be with us for this exiting and fun event. Please note all the specific information for the show in this section. You will also need to r eview the General Rules as they apply to all the shows listed in this booklet and on the NJAA website. Applications for registrations and transfers of ownership must be recorded in the sole name of the exhibitor and postmarked by March 1 5 , 2021. NO LATE TRANSFERS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE DEADLINE. The entry of $50 per head plus $30 for bedding per head must accompany the entry form. This entry fee includes the bedding in the barns. Check with your local veterinarian for rules concerning entering the s tate of Nevada and returning to your home state. If you have any questions about this you may call the Nevada State Veterinarian’s office at (775) 353 - 3718. Please note the trucking and brand inspection papers needs. Blanket health permit will be available on the WNAF website following the first of the year. Note: The state of Nevada requires a test for Trichinosis on bulls. A complete set of health rules will be sent in the confirmation letter. SCHOLARSHIPS All scholarships have a deadline of March 15th of the current year and are awarded in Reno at the Western Regional Junior Angus Show. The three scholarships offered are: 1. Western States Perpetuating Memorial Scholarship - one $250 award is given. Eligibility: Junior member of the American Angus Association who has exhibited in the Western Regional Junior Angus Show and resides in a participating member state (ID, OR, WA , UT, MT, AK, CA, AZ, NV). Applicant must be a graduating senior. The application consists of writing a 250 word essay. Contact: Kathleen Buchanan (541) 883 - 8471 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. 2. Western States Angus Auxiliary Scholarship - two awarded at $500 each. Eligibility: Junior member of the American Angus Association who has exhibited in the Western Regional Junior Angus Show and resides in a participating member state (ID, OR, WA, UT, MT, AK, CA, AZ, NV). Applicant must be a graduating senior. Contact Kathleen Buchanan at (541) 883 - 8471 or email@example.com for an application form or for more details. 3. The Western States Angus Auxiliary & Grand Sierra Hotel Education Scholarship - one $500 award is given. Eligibility: Junior member of the American Angus Association who has exhibited in the Western Regional Junior Angus Show and resides in a participating member state (ID, OR, WA, UT, MT, AK, CA, AZ, NV). This scholarship is open to an individual who is in their 2nd - 5th year of college, trade school or other higher education system. Contact: Carla Malson (208) 739 - 2769 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. GENERAL INFORMATION Ownership deadline: March 15, 2021 Entry deadline: March 15, 2021 Entry fee: $50 per head Bedding: $30 per head TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Wednesday, April 14 12:00 Noon Stall & Tie - outs become available Stalls will not be assigned until cattle arrive You may not arrive prior to this date and time Fri day, April 16 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Junior and Open Show Cattle Check - in Cattle must be checked in by 10 a.m. 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Showmanship Clinic 1:00 p.m. Showmanship 5:30 p.m. Family Fun Night (Or following the conclusion of Showmanship ) Saturday, April 17 8:00 a.m. Wester n Regional Junior Angus Show Judge: Mark Johnson, OK Steers, Cow/Calf Pairs, Bred and Owned Bulls, Bred and Owned Heifers, Owned Heifers, State Groups 12:00 Noon Lunch 2:00 p.m. Phenotype and Genotype Show Judge: Kris Gudel, CA Sunda y, April 18 9:00 a.m. Western National Angus Futurity ROV Angus Show Judge: Brett Barber, TX Cow/Calf Pairs, Bulls, Females, Group Classes Any cattle that show in the open show are not released until the conclusion of the open show on Sunday, April 1 8 . All cattle will need to be removed by Monday, April 19 by noon. HOTEL INFORMATION Visit www.wnaf.org for hotel reservation code and room rates. Nugget Resort and Casino | 800 - 648 - 1177 Group Code: GWNAF21 For more information or with questions, visit the WNAF website ( www.wnaf.org ) or contact Rod Wesselman at (509) 750 - 2185. Open Show entries are due March 15, 2021.