The San Angelo Stock Show was established in 1932 as an opportunity to promote agriculture to West Texas boys, and eventually girls. The show started with cattle and breeding sheep classes and the market shows were referred to as "fat" shows.
Since then, the San Angelo Livestock Show has grown to be one of the largest junior shows in the nation. This event features over 40 different contests, competitions, and events for youth and open exhibitors featuring livestock species including cattle, swine, sheep, goats, llamas, and rabbits; there is something for just about everyone!
Though the foundation of the show has remained the same, it has evolved into a major show production. Students from across the state of Texas compete for massive prize monies, banners, buckles, and a spot in the coveted Premium Sale.
To learn more about the different shows and contest the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo offers, please view the links to the different pages within our site! Not familiar with the terminology used at the show? There is a pdf file for that as well!