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Longhorn show herding back to Rockdale April 20-22


The seventh annual Rockdale Registered Longhorn Show will be of Danbury with McClintock BCB and his 59-inch horn span. The back at Fair Park April 20-22. Last year’s event drew longhorn show featured plenty of ring action with youth and open shows. It’s raisers from all over Texas including (above) West and Allyn Ryan sponsored by the South Texas Longhorn Association. 
Reporter file photo The seventh annual Rockdale Registered Longhorn Show will be of Danbury with McClintock BCB and his 59-inch horn span. The back at Fair Park April 20-22. Last year’s event drew longhorn show featured plenty of ring action with youth and open shows. It’s raisers from all over Texas including (above) West and Allyn Ryan sponsored by the South Texas Longhorn Association. Reporter file photo Herds of horns are headed to Rockdale April 20-22 for one of their largest registered Texas Longhorn shows. The public is invited to the free event to see some of the best of the breed in the region and experience a little bit of Texas history.

The seventh annual Rockdale Registered Texas Longhorn Show is scheduled at Fair Park Arena and sponsored by the South Texas Longhorn Association (STLA).

YoutharespotlightedonFriday,April20witha7p.m.show.

On Saturday, the day kicks off at 10 a.m. with an open haltered show followed by those impressive haltered trophy steers.

Youth will later enter the ring for the second of their three shows to demonstrate cattle and skills for a different judge at 1 p.m.

On Sunday, a cowboy church service will begin at 9 a.m., led by pastor Richard Goodwill, and then the final youth show will begin at 9:30 a.m. with everyone starting over with another new judge.

Concessions will be available at the fairgrounds throughout the weekend.

For more information about the show, contact event co-chairs Sandi Nordhausen, 512-898-2401, sandy@nordy.com or Patsy Davidson, 512-656-6329, pmd22@juno.com.


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