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Local Students Win at Fort Worth Stock Show
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 • Posted February 14, 2013

FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Thomas Gabriel Jennings a 4-H member from MASON COUNTY, exhibited the RESERVE CHAMPION FINE WOOL CROSS in the Junior WETHER LAMB Show at the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on FEBRUARY 2. The 2013 Show is proud to be hosting nearly 10,000 junior exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Stran Stultz, a 4-H member from MASON COUNTY, exhibited the 1ST PLACE MEDIUM WEIGHT in the Junior WETHER LAMB Show at the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on FEBRUARY 2. The 2013 Show is proud to be hosting nearly 10,000 junior exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Slone Stulz, a member of the MASON County 4H Club, exhibited the 1ST PLACE, LIGHT WEIGHT 68-72# JUNIOR WETHER GOAT at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on Feb. 2. Overall, the 2013 Show hosted nearly 10,000 youth exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Sierra Jade Martin, a 4-H member from MASON, exhibited the CHAMPION HAIR SHEEP in the Junior WETHER LAMB Show at the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on FEBRUARY 2. The 2013 Show is proud to be hosting nearly 10,000 junior exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Ryli Ruffin, a 4-H member from MASON COUNTY, exhibited the 1ST PLACE LIGHT WEIGHT FINE WOOL in the Junior WETHER LAMB Show at the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on February 2, 2013. The 2013 Show is proud to be hosting nearly 10,000 junior exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Robert Price Ruffin, an FFA member from MASON, exhibited the CHAMPION FINE WOOL LAMB in the Junior WETHER LAMB Show at the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on February 2, 2013. The 2013 Show is proud to be hosting nearly 10,000 junior exhibitors from across Texas, competing for prizes and $107,445.00 in premiums.

Since 1896, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo has remained a prominent figure in the livestock industry. The nation’s oldest livestock show will see over 25,000 of head of world-class livestock roll through “cowtown” between January 18- February 9. While the show is continually looking ahead, the focus on the livestock industry and our youth is unwavering.

“One of the Show’s main priorities is our commitment to the livestock industry and the agriculture leaders of tomorrow,” said Bradford S. Barnes, President and General Manager of the Fort Worth Stock Show. “Junior exhibitors learn many valuable life lessons during their years of showing livestock, which will serve them well throughout their lives. Our Show ensures a progressive future for agriculture by assisting in the development and education of 4-H and FFA students.”

The 117th edition of the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo offers visitors a chance to experience the unique western lifestyle along with a one-of-a-kind combination of history, tradition and Western heritage. For more information and a detailed daily schedule, visit www.fwssr.com. The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is More than a Game – This thing is legendary.

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