A six-figure pay day is
“something good” any day, but at Brock ISD, west of Fort Worth, a check with six figures is history making.
And, that’s exactly what Brock High School
junior Maddie O’Leary got last week at the San Antonio Livestock
Show and Rodeo.
On the final day of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Saturday, there was a record-breaking $300,000 bid for the Grand Champion Steer — “Cupid Shuffle.”
Bids rolled in for the Grand Champion Steer on the last day of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. In the end, ‘Cupid Shuffle’ went for $300,000, the highest amount ever paid in the Junior Steer Competition, and Ryder Day will get to keep every penny. “It’s pretty special and amazing that this happened. I’m very surprised,” Ryder...
There were cheers and jaws dropping when ‘Cupid Shuffle’ was named Grand Champion Steer at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
Cupid Shuffle a Hereford steer raised by 12-year old Ryder Day from Meadow, Texas was named Grand Champion Steer at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.