Photo gallery: The 2016 Shenandoah County Fair

JR Seascock gets height as he propels Higher Education bus over a line of crushed cars during Vaters Motorsports Monster Truck Show on Saturday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
The Black Stallion monster truck, driven by Michael Vaters of Hagerstown, Maryland, starts to overturn on its top during the Vaters Motorsports Monster Truck Show on Saturday night at the Shenandoah County Fair. Vaters was not injured. The show was the fair's final event for the season. Rich Cooley/Daily
A crew member runs for help after the Black Stallion monster truck , driven by Michael Vaters, overturned at the Shenandoah County Fair on Saturday night. No one was injured and crews were able to flip the rig over onto its wheels without incident. Rich Cooley/Daily
Joanna Edwards, 2, of Winchester, sits inside the wheel of one of the monster trucks Saturday evening at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Fairgoers crowd the midway in this photo from the grandstand Saturday night during the final night of the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Four wheelers stir up dust during the quad racing segment of Vaters Motorsports Show Saturday night at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Midway lights illuminate the night sky at the Shenandoah County Fair on Saturday night. Rich Cooley/Daily
Scotty McCreery, 2011 "American Idol" winner, performs in front of a large crowd Wednesday night at the Shenandoah County Fair in Woodstock. The fair continues today featuring the Brothers Osborne performance at 7:30 p.m. Rich Cooley/Daily
Scotty McCreery, winner of "American Idol"'s 10th season, performs in front of a large crowd at the Shenandaoh County Fair on Wednesday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Jenna Kibler, 17, of Edinburg, parades her 1,379-pound Maine cross steer during the 4-H/ FFA Steer Show on Tuesday at the Shenadoah County Fairgrounds. Kibler took grand champion steer honors for the event, which featured 33 contestants. Rich Cooley/Daily
Kennedy Whetzel, 11, of Edinburg, kisses her 1,332-pound cross bred Angus steer after taking reserve grand champion honors during the 4H/FFA steer show at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds on Tuesday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Fairgoers ride the Full Tilt ride at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Kevin Shipe, a Toms Brook Volunteer Fire Department member, serves as a derby official during the stock demolition derby Monday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Thirty cars participated in the event. Rich Cooley/Daily
Daniel Rosenberger, 19, of Woodstock, carries his friend's bumper that got knocked off during the stock demolition derby Monday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Derby action continues at 7:30 p.m. today featuring modified cars. Rich Cooley/Daily
Cars collide during the stock demolition derby at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Cars collide during the stock demolition derby Monday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Fairgoers gather during the stock demolition derby Monday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Cars collide during the stock demolition derby Monday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Bobby Shipe, of Woodstock, pulls with his 9700 Ford tractor during the Shenandoah County Tractor Pull on Saturday night. Rich Cooley/Daily
Jason Mellott, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, barrels down the track with his Ford 9000 during the tractor pull on Saturday night at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Lukas Gochenour, 3, of Woodstock, puts on his ear protection as he watches the tractor pull Saturday night at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
A participant in Friday's Shenandoah County Fair Pig Scramble struggles to find a good hold on the legs of a pig. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Massive turkey thighs were for sale at Big Fat Daddy's food stand Friday at the Shenandoah County Fair. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Otto Reinhardt, 3, wields a sword he won at the Shenandoah County Fair on Friday. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Jacob Sanchez, 7, of Culpeper, swings on the Musical Chairs ride Friday at the Shenandoah County Fair in Woodstock. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
From right: Lincoln Bennet, 7, Connor Brazen, 7, and Braden Elder, 8, pose for a picture before competing in the Shenandoah County Fair Pig Scramble. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Two kids put their pig-nabbing skills to the test at the Shenandoah County Fair Pig Scramble. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
After wrangling himself a pig at the Shenandoah County Fair Pig Scramble, a participant struggles to drag the uncooperative animal back into its pen. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
A young boy chases after a pig during Friday's Pig Scramble at the Shenandoah County Fair. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Children compete in the Shenandoah County Fair Pig Scramble on Friday night in Woodstock. Jake Zuckerman/Daily
Hayley Seabright, 13, of Gore, shows a steer during the Supreme Champion showmanship competition. Rachel Mahoney/Daily
Madison Hansen, 8, performs with hula hoops during the show. Rich Cooley/Daily
Shane Hansen juggles with fire during the show . Rich Cooley/Daily
Alecia Michelle Hansen performs on the aerial cloud swing at the Shenandoah County Fair. The performance was part of the show Hansen's Spectacular, which features two daily performances at the fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Michael Dellinger, Shenandoah County building official, watches the Full Tilt ride during the Shenandoah County Fair on Saturday night. Rich Cooley/Daily
Fairgoers prepare for the drop in the Super Shot II at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Charles Kibler, of Mount Jackson, a grill cook for the West Shenandoah Ruritan Club, holds out his creation - the gutbuster sandwich. It includes hamburger, cheese, fried onions and ham on a bun. Rich Cooley/Daily
Shawn Smith, an employee of Fat Daddy's BBQ, holds up a turkey leg from his grill outside Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Smith, who is from Baltimore, Maryland, says turkey legs and pork barbecue are their top sellers. Rich Cooley/Daily
A harness racer moves down the backside of the new harness racing track Wednesday at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Harness races run in front of the grandstand during opening day on the new track at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Ralph Combs, left, and Robert Mowery, both of Woodstock, watch harness racing from the grandstands. Rich Cooley/Daily
Donald Dirting, of Mount Jackson, watches harness racing during opening day at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
Jane Burner, left, of Harrisonburg, and Sue Hughes, right, of Woodstock, cheer on the horses and jockeys during harness racing at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Harness racers make the turn during opening day of racing Wednesday at the Shenandoah County Fair. It was also the opening day for the fair's new track. Rich Cooley/Daily
Timothy Cooke, director of the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia, speaks Thursday about the challenges facing veterans returning to civilian life. Rich Cooley/Daily
Kenzie Miller, 8, of Edinburg, waves her flag during the Veterans Day program. Rich Cooley/Daily
Korean War veterans Nevin Dellinger, left, of New Market, and Alvin Irwin, of Quicksburg, stand for the National Anthem during Thursday's Veterans Day program at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Rich Cooley/Daily
David McClanahan, 91, an Army WWII veteran, holds onto his cane as he watches the procession during the Veterans Day program. Rich Cooley/Daily
Korean War veterans pause for a prayer during the Veterans Day program. Rich Cooley/Daily
Members of Pollywog Place escort members of the Virginia National Guard 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, onto the track during the Veterans Day program at the Shenandoah County Fair on Thursday. Rich Cooley/Daily
A goat stretches to pick off his paperwork above his stall at the Shenandoah County Fair. After retrieving the plastic placard he discovered it hard to swallow. Rich Cooley/Daily
Jesalyn Beaune, 5, left, and her brothers Bryce, 2, center, and Brayden, 3, eat ice cream Thursday night at the dairy barn at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Ryleigh Clem, 2, of Edinburg, stands by her red holstein calf inside the dairy barn at the Shenandoah County Fair on Thursday. Ryleigh was a participant in the Pee Wee showmanship class at the fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Ethan Gochenour, 17, of Strasburg, leads his goat Little Nugget down a ramp during the competition. Rich Cooley/Daily
Shyann Jordan, 13, of Edinburg, coaxes her friend's goat over a wooden plank. Rich Cooley/Daily
Erin Van Norton, 10, of Strasburg, leads her goat Rowan into the water. Rich Cooley/Daily
Nicholas Cooper, 15, of Strasburg, leads his goat Bear across a teeter-totter. Rich Cooley/Daily
Tiffany Heishman, 16, of Strasburg, coaxes her goat Moneybags up a ramp while participating in the goat obstacle course Friday at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Kora Stephens, 12, of Woodstock, struggles with her goat Kadar on the course. Rich Cooley/Daily
Hannah Fisher, 10, of Strasburg, leads her goat Marley up a ramp during the goat obstacle course Friday at the Shenandoah County Fair. Rich Cooley/Daily
Bob Wilkins, owner of Bob's Builders located in Baker, West Virginia, installs one of the two camera houses along the edges of the harness racing track at the Shenandoah County Fair on Thursday. Rich Cooley/Daily

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