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Erin Johnson won the second Wildcard Round with a 3.0-second run to advance to the RodeoHouston Finals. Image by Impulse Photography.

RodeoHouston kicked off on February 28, and the 50 breakaway roping contestants in attendance are out for the $50,000 championship.

Here’s everything you need to know about RodeoHouston to stay in the loop.

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    How do breakaway ropers qualify for RodeoHouston?

    Contestants were selected for RodeoHouston’s breakaway roping in 2023 based on the following criteria.

    1. Past two (2) RODEOHOUSTON Super Series Champions (2019 & 2022).
    2. One (1) Special Invitation from HLSR Management.
    3. Top 30 of the published 2022 official WPRA ProRodeo Standings
    4. 2022 Waller County Fair & Rodeo Champion, or the highest placed individual not already qualified/accepted entry.
    5. 2022 Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo Champion, or the highest placed individual not already qualified/accepted entry.
    6. Top place (1) of the published 2023 official WPRA ProRodeo standings(as of Dec. 1, 2022), excluding the circuit finals, not already qualified through the above criteria.
    7. Top two (2) of the published 2022 official WPRA Tour standings, notalready qualified through the above criteria.
    8. Top two (2) average finishers from the 2022 WPRA World Finals Card Holder Race, not already qualified through the above criteria.
    9. Any remaining or open positions will be filled from the published 2022 official WPRA ProRodeo Standings.

    See full ground rules at WPRA.com

    RodeoHouston Breakaway Roping Format

    Breakaway ropers are placed into one of five “Super Series,” at the start of RodeoHouston, with 10 breakaway ropers competing over three performances in each preliminary round.

    The top four money-earning barrel racers from each Super Series advance to one of two Semifinals. The remaining six contestants in each bracket go to to one of two Wildcard Rounds.

    Four contestants from each Semifinals and one from each Wildcard advance to the Championship Finals on March 19. The 10 breakaway ropers compete in the clean-slate format, and the top four from that round advance to the final Championship Shootout round later in the same performance.

    RodeoHouston 2022

    RodeoHouston Breakaway Roping Results

    Super Series 1

    First round: 1. Erin Johnson, 2.90 seconds, $3,000; 2. (tie) Kelsie Domer and Shelby Boisjoli, 3.10, $1,500 each; 4. Jackie Crawford, 3.20, $750; 5. Hope Thompson, 3.40, $500; 6. Bradi Good, 3.60, $250

    Second round: 1. Jackie Crawford, 4.30 seconds, $3,000; 2. Hope Thompson, 4.70, $2,000; 3. Kelsie Domer, 5.00, $1,000; 4. Joey Williams, 12.30, $750; no other qualified runs

    Third round: 1. Joey Williams, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. Erin Johnson, 3.20, $2,000; 3. Kelsie Domer, 3.90, $1,000; 4. Hope Thompson, 4.40, $750; 5. Tiada Gray, 12.40, $500; 6. Bradi Good, 12.80, $250

    Semifinal qualifiers: 1. Erin Johnson, $5,000; 2. (tie) Joey Williams and Jackie Crawford, $3,750 each; 4. Kelsie Domer, $3,500

    Erin Johnson ropes a calf at RodeoHouston.
    Reigning RodeoHouston champion Erin Johnson leads Super Series I to the Semifinals. Image by Mallory Beinborn.

    Super Series 2

    First round: 1. Cadee Williams, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. Amber Crawford, 2.80, $2,000; 3. Amanda Coleman, 3.30, $1,000; 4. Tibba Smith, 3.80, $750; 5. Josey Murphy, 4.00, $500; 6. Taylor Munsell, 4.40, $250

    Second round: 1. Cheyanne Guillory, 3.00 seconds, $3,000; 2. Amber Crawford, 3.60, $2,000; 3. Cadee Williams, 4.40, $1,000; 4. Josey Murphy, 13.50, $750; no other qualified runs

    Third round: 1. Tacy Kay Webb, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. Amanda Coleman, 3.10, $2,000; 3. Cadee Williams, 3.30, $1,000; 4. Cheyanne Guillory, 3.70, $$750; 5. Josey Murphy, 13.20, $500; no other qualified runs

    Semifinal qualifiers: 1. Cadee Williams, $5,000; 2. Amber Crawford, $4,000; 3. Cheyanne Guillory, $3,750; 4. Amanda Coleman, $3,000

    Cadee Williams competes in breakaway roping at RodeoHouston.
    Cadee Williams topped Super Series II at RodeoHouston. Image by Mallory Beinborn.

    Super Series III

    First round: 1. Sarah Angelone, 3.00 seconds, $3,000; 2. Martha Angelone, 4.20, $2,000; 3. Kendal Pierson, 4.30, $1,000; no other qualified runs

    Second round: 1. Sarah Angelone, 3.40 seconds, $3,000; 2. Kendal Pierson, 3.50, $2,000; 3. Sawyer Gilbert, 3.60, $1,000; 4. Bryana Lehrmann, 4.10, $750; no other qualified runs

    Third round: 1. Tiffany Schieck, 3.20 seconds, $3,000; 2. Martha Angelone, 3.30, $2,000; 3. Brighton Bauman, 3.7, $1,000; 4. Sawyer Gilbert, 3.90, $750; no other qualified runs

    Semifinal qualifiers: 1. Sarah Angelone, $6,000; 2. Martha Angelone, $4,000; 3. (tie) Tiffany Schieck and Kendal Pierson, $3,000 each

    Super Series IV

    First round: 1. (tie) Samantha Fulton and Rickie Engesser, 3.20 seconds, $2,500 each; 3. (tie) Taylor Engesser and Macy Young, 3.30, $875 each; 5. Shai Schaefer, 3.50, $500; 6. Jordi Edens, 3.80, $250

    Second round: 1. McKenna Hickson, 2.80 seconds, $3,000; 2. Rickie Engesser, 3.30, $2,000; 3. Macy Young, 3.40, $1,000; 4. Jordi Edens, 3.50, $750; 5. Taylor Engesser, 12.50, $500; 6. Braylee Shepherd, 13.20, $250

    Third round: 1. Samantha Fulton, 2.90, $3,000; 2. Shai Schaefer, 3.40, $2,000; 3. McKenna Hickson, 3.60, $1,000; 4. Rickie Engesser, 3.70, $750; 5. Jordi Edens, 12.70, $500; no other qualified runs

    Semifinal qualifiers: 1. Samantha Fulton, $5,500; 2. Rickie Engesser, $5,250; 3. McKenna Hickson, $4,000; 4. Shai Schaefer, $2,500

    Super Series V

    First round: 1. Danielle Lowman, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. Jordan Jo Hollabaugh, 2.80, $2,000; 3. (tie) Beau Peterson and J.J. Hampton, 3.30, $875 each; 5. Josie Conner, 3.90, $500; 6. Taylor Hanchey, 12.90, $250

    Second round: 1. Hali Williams, 2.90, $3,000; 2. Taylor Hanchey, 3.10, $2,000; 3. Danielle Lowman, 3.40, $1,000; 4. Jordan Jo Hollabaugh, 3.50, $750; 5. Josie Conner, 3.60, $500; 6. Beau Peterson, 3.80, $250

    Third round: 1. Jordan Jo Hollabaugh, 3.20 seconds, $3,000; 2. J.J. Hampton, 4.50, $2,000; 3. Danielle Lowman, 4.80, $1,000; no other qualified runs

    Semifinal qualifiers: 1. Jordan Jo Hollabaugh, $5,750; 2. Danielle Lowman, $5,000; 3. Hali Williams, $3,000; 4. J.J. Hampton, $2,875

    Semifinals Results

    Wednesday, March 15

    1. Jackie Crawford, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. Sarah Angelone, 3.20, $2,000; 3. Jordan Jo Hollabaugh, 3.60, $1,000; 4. Cheyanne Guillory, 3.70, $750.

    Thursday, March 16

    1. Tiffany Schieck, 3.00 seconds, $3,000; 2. J.J. Hampton, 4.50, $2,000; 3. Joey Williams, 12.80, $1,000; 4. Hali Williams, 13.30, $750.

    Wildcard Results

    Friday, March 17 Results

    1. Martha Angelone, 2.70 seconds, $3,000; 2. McKenna Hickson, 2.90, $2,000; 3. Cadee Williams, 3.60, $1,000; no other qualified runs.   

    Saturday, March 18 Results

    1. Erin Johnson, 3.00 seconds, $3,000; 2. Shai Schaefer, 4.70, $2,000; 3. Danielle Lowman, 12.60, $1,000; 4. Kendal Pierson, 12.70, $750; no other qualified runs. 

    RodeoHouston Finals

    Roping Order

    Martha Angelone

    Tiffany Schieck

    Sarah Angelone

    Jordan Hollabaugh

    JJ Hampton

    Jackie Crawford

    Joey Williams

    Cheyanne Guillory

    Erin Johnson

    Hali Williams

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