Does Katy have a show barn? I showed at a Katy show barn with my goats and lamb, but I can't remember where. Research in your area and find a school barn that may allow you to stall there.
The only way you will be able to make money off your projects is if you have sponsors. Go to family members, friends, businesses, ANYONE. They could give you $100 each, and that could be put towards a higher quality animal or towards feed or boarding. My last year showing at the Pasadena rodeo, I showed a goat, lamb, pig, turkey tom, and rabbits. I placed with everything except my piggy, who went to slaughter then our dinner table. :/ I made $1200 for 3rd place lamb, $600 for 6th place goat, $600 for 9th place turkey tom, and $500 for 10th meat pen. And that's with the bad economy during the Texas drought. After the rodeo took out their percentage I was left with $2900, $900 of which I gave to my parents. My goat was $400, lamb was $500, pig was $400, turkeys were $25 for five toms(one died), and rabbits were $100 for 4 from the same litter. Then we have to include the cost of feed and shavings and boarding and gas and shows. It all adds up, but the cost will lessen if you have sponsors. Everyone I know says you're lucky if you even break even. FFA/4H is a passion for people, not a money earner. Looking back, I can't even comprehend how I was able to raise three goats, a lamb, a pig, four turkeys, and eight rabbits all at once. And that's not including the horses or my other pets. Phew!