AUDREY NOLAN CAPTURES WIN AT FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW & RODEO
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From left are Kyle Keahey & Sue Witt - Gilmer FFA Ag. Advisors, Scott, Alise, Ilissa & Bethany Nolan behind heifer. Audrey Nolan at the halter with Texas Hereford Royalty to the far right holding banners.
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Audrey, a sophomore at Gilmer High School brought home the coveted silver platter and rosette for Grand Champion Jr. Hereford during the highly competitive Fort Worth Stock Show, January the  20th, 2018.  NH North, her heifer was born and raised on her ranch Nolan Herefords outside Gilmer, Texas where the family breeds and raised registered Hereford cattle. This win was the result of Audrey and father Scott Nolan's breeding program with the sire and dam were both raised from their ranch as well.  Audrey has competed at the Fort Worth Stock Show for eight years with the Gilmer FFA Livestock Team and this is the first time she has won overall champion at the show.  Audrey is the daughter of Scott and Alise Nolan and grandparents Virginia Y. Goudarzi, Ali Goudarzi, and the late Walter and Billie Nolan all of Gilmer.
From left are Kyle Keahey & Sue Witt - Gilmer FFA Ag. Advisors, Scott, Alise, Ilissa & Bethany Nolan behind heifer. Audrey Nolan at the halter with Texas Hereford Royalty to the far right holding banners.
Audrey, a sophomore at Gilmer High School brought home the coveted silver platter and rosette for Grand Champion Jr. Hereford during the highly competitive Fort Worth Stock Show, January the 20th, 2018. NH North, her heifer was born and raised on her ranch Nolan Herefords outside Gilmer, Texas where the family breeds and raised registered Hereford cattle. This win was the result of Audrey and father Scott Nolan's breeding program with the sire and dam were both raised from their ranch as well. Audrey has competed at the Fort Worth Stock Show for eight years with the Gilmer FFA Livestock Team and this is the first time she has won overall champion at the show. Audrey is the daughter of Scott and Alise Nolan and grandparents Virginia Y. Goudarzi, Ali Goudarzi, and the late Walter and Billie Nolan all of Gilmer.
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Audrey Nolan, a FFA member from Gilmer, Texas, captured Grand Champion Heifer and Champion Junior Yearling Heifer with NH Miss North in the Junior Hereford Breeding Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on January 21.
Audrey Nolan, a FFA member from Gilmer, Texas, captured Grand Champion Heifer and Champion Junior Yearling Heifer with NH Miss North in the Junior Hereford Breeding Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on January 21.
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FORT WORTH, TEXAS, January 21, 2018 – Audrey Nolan, a FFA member from Gilmer, Texas, captured Grand Champion Heifer and Champion Junior Yearling Heifer in the Junior Hereford Breeding Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on January 21. The 2018 Show is hosting junior cattle exhibitors from across Texas competing for awards and $36,210 in premiums.



Of the 33,000 entries at the nation’s longest-running livestock show, the livestock exhibited by the more than 11,500 junior exhibitors are among the best market animals in the country. While the livestock are impressive, one of the Show’s main objectives is to support the professional and leadership development efforts offered by the 4-H and FFAQ programs in Texas.

 

“The Stock Show serves as a nurturing point for these future business and civic leaders,” said Stock Show President and General Manager Brad Barnes. “This commitment is a founding principle of the Stock Show and we remain humbled with the number of Texas youth who choose to exhibit in the many events at the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.”

 

Elite rodeo action, top livestock and equestrian competition, and outstanding entertainment during 23 fun-filled days, January 12 through February 3, is what makes the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo the place to be. Get your tickets today and enjoy a lively western heritage experience. For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.fwssr.com. Ordering tickets is also made easy by calling (817) 877-2420.  Get ready for Buck, Sweat & Steers – get out to the legendary Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. 

 

 
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