2007 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair
Flying pigs back again
TULELAKE - The Famous All-Alaskan Racing Pigs will once again make their way to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair this year.
The pigs, who are famous world-wide for their grace, speed and charm, have a new show entitled, "You Never Sausage a Show"
It all started 20 years ago. It was the summer of 1987 at the local fair in Fairbanks, Alaska, and a speedy troupe of little pigs hit the track for their first race.
The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs were off on a grand adventure that is still unwinding. And now, second-generation front men Darren and Chad Noll will present the 21th edition of the show at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair.
The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs are the ultimate racing machines. The sawdust really flies when four of these fuzzy little critters flash out of the starting gates and battle each other for first place at the feed trough.
You don't have to hog call these pigs. You don't even have to call them for dinner--they'll get there before the food does! You've heard of bringin' home the bacon, now you're going to see it.
The Breed For Speed. The racing pigs are bred strictly for their racing characteristics-short legs for quick acceleration and steady cornering, aerodynamic nose for top-end speed. Pure breed, cross breed, any breed.
They have a special bonus: extra padding to handle the battles for position in the corners. These guys know how to put it in four-squeal drive and go whole hog for the finish. Racing
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