Texas cowboy Richmond Champion earned $1.1 million Sunday in The American, the richest one-day rodeo ever with a $2 million purse.
Chelby Farley is a high school senior from Saginaw who loves coming to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. But Farley experiences the stock show differently from most.
How many Dallas-Fort Worth sports have been around for over 100 years? Answer is: ONE!
The richest one-day rodeo will be held at the home of the Dallas Cowboys, with $2 million in prize money up for grabs.
Horses, bulls, mechanical bulls — there are a lot of things for visitors to check out at the 56th annual Mesquite Rodeo, which starts Friday and lasts through August 24.
One of the newest inductees to The Cowboy Hall of Fame, Larry Ferguson, grew up in West. He lost several good friends in the tragedy.
Saturday’s attendance of 157,800 at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo broke the all-time one-day record. The previous record mark, which was established in 2011, was also set on the third Saturday of the event.
The 117th Fort Worth Stock Show opens today and the front office is hoping to beat last year’s record-setting attendance. In 2012, more than 1.1 million people passed through the turnstiles.
There’s a new sheriff in town and he’s only 4-years-old! Thanks to a non-profit organization, little Chandler Davis had his dream of becoming a cowboy deputy sheriff come true.
More than 800 students from Cedar Hill are set to showcase their abilities in Dallas. That’s just one of many weekend events across North Texas.
The Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame is set to induct new members this weekend.
Heehaw! Let’s start off with some roping, riding and rapping first! The first ever Hip Hop Cowboy’s Spring Rodeo pulls into town at the Mesquite Rodeo.