Allen VanGorder left yesterday morning for Louisville with the tack trailer, hoping to get far enough west before Hurricane Sandy hit New York. We’ll be following along with him as he makes his journey south!
“As I was cleaning calf pens last night, I watched out the window as the leaves swirled in a fury up past the roof of the garage. The wind began to really blow about 4pm. Thank goodness we checked the generator, I have a feeling the entire northeast might be in for a long week. The weather is something we can’t control. My thoughts drift to something within my control…. who gets on the trailer for Louisville? I’m sure many other exhibitors are asking themselves that very same question.
One cow sure to be on a trailer for Louisville is the cow pictured, Cowbell Guapo Ricochet (EX-91). She is now owned and exhibited by River Valley Dairy. Be sure to watch for her in the Jersey Jug Futurity on Sunday!
Hope you all “weather” the storm. Countdown to lift-off for Kentucky: T-minus 36 hours.
Hoping the double rainbow this morning is a true sign of good things to come for our trip to Louisville!”