It was a day for showing out at the West Texas A&M horse center for the annual Randall County Junior Livestock Show.
Students ages 8-18 showed a variety of animals, ranging from rabits and goats, to cattle and swine.
We caught up with one of those showing to hear what brings them to the competition year after year.
Jr. Ambassador Emily Thurman says, "its really fun, its a great learning experience for everybody. You can get to see all your friends- it just takes a lot of responsibility, but in all its a lot of fun."
If you're interested in buying some of the animals shown, a premium sale will be held on Monday, January 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the legacy hall at WT.
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