This year, it was Campbell's time to shine.
Campbell Morris, a 9-year-old fourth grader at Glen Rose Intermediate School, won the Grand Champion title in the Meat Rabbit category Friday in the 61st annual Somervell County Youth Fair at the Somervell County Expo Center.
It was special for the Morris family - particularly her parents, David and Kellie Morris. That's because Campbell's win marked the third year in a row that a Campbell has captured a Grand Champion crown.
Campbell's brother Hudson Morris, now a 12-year-old sixth grader at Glen Rose Junior High, was last year's Meat Rabbit Grand Champion winner. And their older sister, Ella, took home a Grand Champion rabbit title in 2015.
"She's been telling me since we got the rabbits that she was going to win," said Ella, a 14-year-old Glen Rose High School student who plans to play softball for the Lady Tigers this spring after her ankle injury - which had her on crutches - heals.
Although Campbell seemed a little shy, and reluctant to talk about any sibling rivalry she may have felt as a motivational factor. She simply said that the win made her "really happy."
As for the buckle she earned, she admitted, "I wanted it really bad."
All three children also had entries in the Fair's Family Living Food division - also with success.
Ella won Grand Champion in Foods (Drop/Roll Cookies), and Best of Show in the 9th-12th-grade category. Campbell, meanwhile, won Best of Show among 3rd-through 5th-graders (Decorated Cupcakes), and placed second in Bar Cookies. Hudson Morris took first place in Fancy Layer Cakes, and also first in Drop/Roll Cookies.
Family members noted that Campbell, despite being only 9, cleans the rabbit pens and does all the other work necessary - just as her brother and sister do.
"Every day we have to hold them so they'll get used to it," Campbell said. "We also have to spray them down with water so their hair will be nice.
Their father passed down his knack for raising animals. He showed hogs at the Somervell County event when he was a student.