Weatherford Democrat

Farm & Ranch

January 25, 2010

2010 Stock Show parade winners announced

Local business takes first place in the Horse-drawn Vehicle category

FORT WORTH — The Fort Worth Stock Show’s annual All-Western Parade through downtown posted 212 entries and included 1,774 total animals, reports Philip Schutts, Stock Show Executive Committee Member and Parade Chairman.

The one-hour-and-thirty-minute event was watched by more than 100,000 people who lined Main and Houston streets between the Tarrant County Courthouse and the Fort Worth Convention Center.

Riding Group winners were First Place: Parsons Mounted Calvary, College Station; Second Place: Glory Riders, Denison; and Third Place: Circle L5 Riding Club, Fort Worth.

In the Sheriff’s Posse category, First Place went to Rockwall County; Second Place to Tarrant County and Third Place to Wise County.

In the Marching Bands division, Southwest Raider Marching Band took First Place; Western Hills High School Marching Band took Second Place; and Third Place was awarded to Paschal High School Marching Band. All of the marching bands are from Fort Worth. The award for Best Marching Group (other than a band) was given to the Marine Corps, from Fort Worth.

Horse-Drawn Vehicle awards were: First Place: White’s Funeral Home, Weatherford; Second Place: Texas Girls’ Choir, Fort Worth; and Third Place: J-L Ranch, Fort Worth.

The Texas/American Fellowship Of Cowboy Churches, Waxahachie, received the Chairman’s Award; the Outstanding Display of Western Heritage Award went to Legends Of Texas, Bedford; and the Most Colorful entry was awarded to Dwaine Taylor, Perrin, Texas.

Traveling the greatest distance to participate in the parade was the American Association Of Sheriff’s Posses and Riding Clubs of Clovis, New Mexico.

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