Friday Freebies: Get Fort Worth Stock Show info digitally

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On Twitter

@LiveNewsST, follow the Star-Telegram’s live Twitter feed for the latest information from our staffers at the show with hashtag #stockshow

@fwssr, the official account of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is also using #fwssr and #bucktheordinary.

On Facebook

“It’s a beautiful day here at the Stock Show.....get your Justin Boots on, throw on your Dickies jacket and come on out!”

Get daily updates, view photos and interact with folks on the Stock Show’s official page at

“Do you use rope halters? Follow easy steps in this FREE report to create your own knotted rope halter for your horse!”

Horse enthusiasts can get useful tips and information from the official FB page of the American Quarter Horse Association at

“The PSN’s Marvin Olberding caught up with Ryan Jarrett to ask him about helping out Scott Kormos at the Finals.”

Find interviews with Pro Rodeo athletes and news on events at

On the web

For Stock Show history, ticket information and event updates, go to the official site at

Get fun facts and info in the Star-Telegram’s “The Hog Blog” at

On your smartphone
While the new Stock Show smartphone app doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, it does have a ton of information including maps and schedules. One cool feature is the “Friend Finder:” Tap on “+More” and Stockshow2scroll down to “Friend Finder” button. Once in, enter your name to get a pin. You can then give that pin to the folks in your posse. When they enter the pin, under “Your Friend’s Pin,” they can then scroll down in the instruction field and click on the maps link to find where you are on one of the provided Stock Show maps. To download, go to the App Store for your iPhone or Android Market for your Droid and search for “Fort Worth Stock Show” or go to and scan the QR code on the web site.

--Maricar Estrella, Social Media Editor

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