Fort Worth Stock Show

Fort Worth Stock Show

A goat named Peanut lives up to young owner’s hopes

Koda Joy Davis, a 12-year-old Sutton County 4-H student from Sonora in West Texas, followed a first-place finish among 254 goats in the heavyweight division at the Fort Worth Stock Show by grabbing the grand champion ribbon with a goat named Peanut. Kodi Ann Davis, 13, strutted her way to the blue ribbon for showmanship with a goat that earned fourth place in the medium-weight division.

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Bucking horse dies after running into wall at Fort Worth rodeo

Warning: Contains graphic images. A Facebook Live video captured a horse running into a wall at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Sunday, January 29, 2017. (Video courtesy of Bruce Weidner)
Bruce Weidner Special to the Star-Telegram
Bucking horse dies after running into wall at Fort Worth rodeo 2:18

Bucking horse dies after running into wall at Fort Worth rodeo

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