Stock Show Family Christmas Wish List

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Stock Show Christmas Wish List

We are excited to introduce our fifth annual Stock Show Christmas Wish List! Be sure to include these items in your letter to Santa and hopefully they will find their way under your tree on Christmas morning.

1. Sure Champ Baseball Hat – $13 – They will see you coming in our new bright orange, mesh-back Sure Champ baseball hat.

2. Show Lamb Wrapping Paper – $15 – You are going to need something to wrap up all those gifts. We love this wrapping paper by The Crafty Black Bird. Steer, pig and goat styles are also available.

3. The Spirit of a Champion – $20 – Start a new Christmas tradition with this holiday story by The Show Toy Co. Sam and his little sister Lucy travel to the Inaugural Rudolph Classic, a reindeer show in the North Pole.

4. Stock Show Life Vinyl Sticker – $3.50 – Carousel Designs offers a plethora of vinyl stickers for your vehicle, show box, laptop and more.

5. Show Goat Baby Blanket – $45 – Your future showman will love how soft these baby blankets are. Barn Baby Boutique offers tons of personalization on their crib sets, bibs, blankets and placements.

6. Belt Buckle Holder – $55 – Give your showman a place to display all of their hard earned belts with this display rack from J4 Metals and More.

7. Aluminum French Door Show Box – inquire for pricing – Weaver Leather Livestock has knocked it out of the park with their new Flip Top LED Deluxe Dolly Box. With USB ports, comb and clipper blade drawers, sliding drawings this show box is revolutionary.


Don’t forget to check out our Girls Wish List and those from years past:

2013 Christmas Wish List

2014 Christmas Wish List

2015 Christmas Wish List


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