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Rising Star Amy Ohrt Recounts WRWC Breakaway Championship, Her Upbringing on The Breakdown Podcast

College Sophomore Amy Ohrt secured the biggest win of her career at the 2024 WRWC, winning $60,000 aboard special gelding "Frothy."

Amy Ohrt was the supreme event Champion of the 2024 WRWC breakaway roping, besting Martha Angelone and Jordan Jo Hollabaugh for the $60,000 prize. BRJ File photo

Amy Ohrt came onto The Breakdown Podcast to discuss her $60,000 Women’s Rodeo World Championship Breakaway Title she wrapped up thanks to a 1.76-second run inside AT&T Stadium on May 18, 2024.

Hear her perspective on the biggest win of her career, the story behind her main mount “Frothy” and what molded her into a cowgirl that regularly competes in five events.

Amy Ohrt on The Breakdown Podcast:

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“I don’t even think it’s hit me yet,” Ohrt said. “I really look up to Martha, so to compete against her and Jordan Jo… it was awesome.”

Bookended between slates of bull riders, the WRWC barrel racers, team ropers and breakaway ropers put on a fast-paced show that had AT&T thundering.

Roping from the last position, 18-year-old Ohrt had Martha Angelone’s time of 1.96 seconds in her sights. “Frothy” fired across the line on a sharp calf that left straight and true, allowing the college freshman to set her snare with precision.

“I really wasn’t that nervous—I was just ready to rope,” Ohrt said. “I really though I broke the barrier. When I looked back and saw [it was good], I was like ‘Score!’ This is one of my fastest runs ever.”

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