It's unknown if this pig is actually dreaming but these students at the Wichita County Junior Livestock Show all have one dream; to win grand champion in their livestock category, even when push comes to shove.
"You want to win. You want to be the best and go out and the steer or the animal that you're showing might not do what you want so it's being patient, staying calm in the situation and knowing what you're doing," says Bryson Young whose steer won the title of Grand Reserve.
Fifteen year old Haley Lam gave it her all with Del Rio.
And judges chose the 1,100 pound steer as grand champion but this is not her first time winning the top honor.
"I have actually won before at other shows and my brother won at five of his six year here with his grand champion steer and I won two heifer shows. This is my fist time to win the steer show," says Haley Lam, whose steer won Grand Champion.
Livestock experts say student's whose livestock is not selected for the top prize are still winners.
"When they're working with these animals they learn leadership. The help younger members with projects so it really develops the kind of citizens we want to have in our community," says Fred Hall, Wichita County Agriculture Extension Agent.
Well-rounded citizens whose big pets provide them with these important qualities.
"Responsibility, taking control and patience" says Young.
The Wichita County Junior Livestock Show wraps up tonight with the livestock auction, which starts at 7 p.m. at the J.S. Bridwell Agriculture Center.