This 15-year-old and her steer, Snoop Dog, just made history at the 2023 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo!

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Photo via FWSSR Official Twitter

The excitement surrounding the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo wrapped up over the weekend with a teenager and her steer shattering all previous records in the Sale of Champions.

15-year-old Sadie Wampler and her more than 1,300-pound heavyweight European Cross named Snoop Dog competed against 1,500 other steer exhibitors to earn the title of Grand Champion. At auction, Snoop Dog sold for a record $440,000. The previous record was $310,000.

The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is the only major stock show in the state that allows all exhibitors to keep their winnings.

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