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Fort Worth Stock show and Rodeo

For 14 years, Brad Barnes has been steering the gargantuan ship that is the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. Read more

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by Matt Payne

Inaugural rodeo at Dickies Arena promises unprecedented action. Read more

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provided by Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo

A chat with Talley Amusements vice president Mary Talley. Read more

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Photo by Matt Payne and headshot provided by Ed Bass

A chat with Ed Bass, the driving force behind Dickies Arena. Read more

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“I’ve broken my arm, my leg, my jaw, I tore my bicep … just minor stuff,” professional bull rider Dane Doggett recounts his injuries with a raspy voice and a laissez-faire attitude. He is uncommonly positive and polite; copious “yes, ma’ams” pepp... Read more

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It might have some modern amenities — we can be thankful for electricity and running water — but the Fort Worth Stockyards is otherwise a veritable trip back in time. Walk down the street, and you’ll see chaps, spurs, a whole lot of “howdies,” he... Read more

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One of Fort Worth’s longest-running traditions is moving for the first time in 75 years. Come Jan. 18, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo will begin its final rodeo season at Will Rogers Coliseum before it moves to Dickies Arena in 2020. (Stock Sh... Read more

Features

by Andrew Van Heusden Saddle up for a wild finish, because next week is the final week of this year’s Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. It’s not too late to grab your cowboy boots and see it all one last time. Here are some last-minute things to ... Read more

Culture

This is Harley Mcdaniel. She’s an 8-month-old Blue Flemish Giant rabbit that will show at this month’s Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, beginning Jan. 12. The 14-pound gentle giant (that’s the slang term for a Flemish; they can grow to be upwards... Read more

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg seems to have "liked" his visit to Cowtown.  Zuckerberg was seen at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Tuesday, sitting next to Mayor Betsy Price at the Bulls' Night Out rodeo.  A big Fort Worth welcome t... Read more

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Amy Yudiski, Shale Exploration’s director of charities, tendered Shale’s winning bids on the Grand Champion Wether goat and the Grand Champion Second Stringer pig at this years Fort Worth Stock Show. Grant Read of Santo presented the winning goa... Read more

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Even though 14-year-old Wyatt Blaylock’s European crossbred steer was one of 12 10th-place finishers at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, it fetched an unexpected $20,895. Other steers in his group brought $4.50 - $6.50 a pound, and Wyatt’s st... Read more

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It is rather coincidental that a sixth grader named Stock from the town of Hereford had the winning steer at this year’s Fort Worth Stock Show. Stock Martin had a feeling that his 7-month-old, 1,329-pound European crossbred steer named Lunchbox... Read more

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Sometimes it seems as if the Junior League of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo are inseparable. Since 1957, dedicated League members have peddled souvenir programs at each Rodeo performance. Fondly referred to as “yelling and s... Read more

News

With the 117th edition of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo just days away, we visited with Stock Show President and General Manager Brad Barnes about what’s up this year. He admits that being 117 years old is great for tradition, but it is a c... Read more

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    provided by Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo

    Talley Amusements Ride

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    by Matt Payne

    Dickies Arena

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