Larry Swihart prepares venison chili near the Conservation Building at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Venison stew will be prepared for attendees at noon Saturday.
Six-year-old Bailey Fox brushes her Appaloosa pony, Buffy, before a driving competition in the horse arena at the Wyandot County Fair. This is the first year Fox has shown horses at the fair.
Deb Duress (center), of Upper Sandusky, plays Can You Fool the Guesser at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Duress fooled the guesser when he guessed she was four years younger than her age.
Paul Vent (from left), with assistance from Dr. Shevone Vent, was the grand champion for all horse breeds in the draft horse competition with his Percherons horse Dena. Vent also won first place for the team hitch draft.
Children ride an attraction upside down at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday.
Hunter Wayne Splawn, 3, of Upper Sandusky, sports green hair while riding on a ride at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday. The fair continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds in Upper Sandusky.
Open class winners
Chad Goodman (right), of Goodman Cattle Company, won grand champion for his Maine-Anjou cow in an open class show Thursday at the Wyandot County Fair. Molly Danner (left) won reserve grand champion for the breed.
Six-year-old Lydia Gery (front, from left) and her brother, Nathan Gery, 5, help prepare miniature horse Flash for a carriage ride with the owner and their grandfather, Jim Gery (back).