A few days of nasty weather likely contributed to a small drop in attendance in 2014, but the Stock Show still drew more than a million visitors for the third straight year.
Numbers and memorable quotes tell the story of Stock Show 2014.
Wyatt Blaylock was the subject of feature stories in the Star-Telegram.
Don Weeks and Frank Neve are credited with creating the Stock Show Syndicate in 1980, namely to boost prices for the junior livestock show exhibitors.
The annual Sale of Champions set a new record, raising $3,305,919.
Here I Am will lead off the annual Sale of Champions on Saturday, the final day of the Fort Worth Stock Show.
Toll roads aren’t thought to be popular in rural parts of Texas, but it turns out that more than a few TollTags have been sold at the Stock Show.
With parents who raced wagons and chariots, Amber L’Heureux couldn’t think of doing anything else.
Raising a grand or reserve champion barrow is reward enough for some exhibitors at the Fort Worth Stock Show.
Visitors spend millions at Stock Show every year.