The [Official] 2022 National Finals Breakaway Roping Payout Breakdown

The 2022 National Finals Breakaway Roping Payout will be $250,000 to the top 15 breakaway ropers in the WPRA when it runs Nov. 29-30, 2022.

The [official] 2022 National Finals Breakaway Roping Payout Breakdown
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The 2022 National Finals Breakaway Roping payout will be $250,000 to the top 15 breakaway ropers in the WPRA’s ProRodeo Breakaway World Standings when it runs Nov. 29-30, 2022, at Las Vegas’s South Point Arena and Equestrian Center.

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The payout has increased since 2021 from $200,000 to $250,000 overall.

With 10 full go rounds, each round will pay $5,080.08 to the winner, $4,204.20 for second, $3,328.33 for third, $2,452.45 for fourth, $1,576.58 for fifth and $875.88 for sixth, according to the WPRA.

The National Finals Breakaway Roping payout in the aggregate is $13,866.13 for the fastest time on 10 head. The rest of the payout is:

  • 2ND              $11,249.88
  • 3RD              $8,895.25
  • 4TH              $6,540.63
  • 5TH              $4,709.25
  • 6TH              $3,401.13
  • 7TH              $2,354.63
  • 8TH              $1,308.13

Comparatively, the NFR go-rounds pay $28,914 to win (and that’s per-man in the team roping), with the average paying $74,150 to the aggregate champs.

The event will begin daily at 2 p.m. (PST) with doors opening at 1 p.m. daily. Parking at the South Point Hotel and Casino is FREE.

The South Point has long been known as Vegas Cowboy Central between Thanksgiving and Christmas and is now expanding that footprint to also be known as Vegas Cowgirl Central. NFBR fans can also take advantage of the current room and ticket package that South Point Hotel and Casino is offering. The package includes a two-night stay – Nov. 29-30 in a deluxe guest room and two general admission tickets to both NFBR performances. The package costs $299 and can only be purchased by calling 866-796-7111 and mention offer code BREAKPK. Please note these rooms can not be extended past Nov. 30.

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