1,031 students set to participate in 82nd Medina County Jr. Livestock Show

Look at that smile! Submit your kiddo’s photos for next week.

The Medina County Jr. Livestock Show is coming up, and they are excited to announce there will be two new sales this year added to the schedule—a yearling colt sale and a youth showcase competition and silent auction.
The Yearling Colt Sale will be held at 1 pm on Friday, January 27. The Colt event consists of several areas of competition for the horse and student exhibitors. These colts have been owned and worked with by the exhibitors for the past 10 months; getting them saddle-ready, gentled, and ready for ranch work. All are registered quarter horses and 10 will be shown and sold.
The Youth Showcase consists of competitions in baking, canned goods, art, sewing and photography. Winning items will be sold in silent auction on January 28.
The Commercial Heifer Sale will be held on Friday, January 27 at 5 pm.
The premium sale will be Saturday, January 28 at 11 am. A Silent Auction Youth Home and Art Project event will be ongoing with sales from 10am-2 pm on Saturday.
*All show events are open to the public free of charge. *Buyers at the premium auction who wish to enter the Buyer’s Corral and hospitality area must commit to donating a total of $500 premium auction exhibitors *Colt sale, Commercial heifer sale, Premium auction, and Youth Showcase Silent Auction are all separate sales

Karis Jackson
Emma Coyle
Cool dudes…Jacob Frazier & his sheep Chief
Ronnie Ortiz
Kade Barber & Hannah Coyle