Total Feeds’ USTRC National Breakaway Championships to Stream on April 25-28

The USTRC's Total Feeds' National Breakaway Championships runs April 25-28, 2023, in Fort Worth, Texas, and streams live on

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Josey Murphy is one of the 24 breakaway ropers competing in Puyallup. BRJ File photo.

The first-ever Total Feeds’ USTRC National Breakaway Championships will stream exclusively on April 25-28, 2023, from the Watt Arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Total Feeds’ ustrc national Breakaway Championships To Stream On April 25-28

The event kicks off April 25 with the $10,000-added Open Ladies at 10 a.m. CT, with the 19-&-Under Ladies Only following at the same time April 26. Thursday, April 27 will feature the 15-& -Under Ladies Only at 10 a.m. The week will end with the 12-&-Under Boys and Girls Breakaway at 10 a.m. April 28. 

“The Total Feeds‘ USTRC National Breakaway Championships are another great way the USTRC is expanding opportunities for everyone who loves to swing a rope,” Content Director Chelsea Shaffer said. “And our members love watching live competitions. The action is going to be fast and furious in Fort Worth, with lots of money on the line, so this is the perfect addition to our streaming service.” 

In addition to the $10,000 added to the Open, the winners of each roping will receive a saddle and a buckle, with additional places receiving the saddle and buckle prizes in the aged divisions.

Ropers can enter each roping on site, with entries closing at 9 a.m. CT daily.

Anyone wanting to watch the roping can sign up for a free trial of to stream the entirety of the event. By downloading the app, members can watch the USTRC’s Total Feeds National Breakaway Championships on their phones and on their SmartTVs in full definition. For more information on the roping itself, visit

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