The 2023 WPRA Pro Rodeo Breakaway season has started, and ladies are wrapping up the winter rodeos and preparing to tackle the summer season, including the rookies. The newcomers are preparing to battle for their shot at the year-end Resistol Rookie title and the chance to qualify for the National Finals Breakaway Rodeo.
These standings are current as of March 30, 2023.
|1||MaryBeth Beam||Poetry, TX||$4,526||11|
|2||Bethany Stallons||Emelle, AR||$4,080||5|
|3||Jade Kenney||Canyon, TX||$4,016||13|
|4||Braylee Shepherd||Nephi, UT||$3,862||8|
|5||Erika Frost||Ranlett, UT||$3,638||8|
|6||Ashley Henderson||Uriah, AL||$2,985||4|
|7||Kayley Kennemer||Anderson, AL||$2,340||7|
|8||Kenzie Kelton||Mayer, AZ||$1,925||2|
|9||Emily Gately||Tucson, AZ||$1,526||5|
|10||Elisabeth Erickson-Noe||La Junta, CO||$1,460||13|
Texas’ MaryBeth Beam is leading the field in the Resistol Rookie of the Year race with $4,526 in earnings. Beam moved into No. 1 after tying for second in Mercedes, Texas, March 16–18 with a time of 1.8 seconds, earnings $3,361.
With the summer run on the horizon, standings are bound to change and new faces emerge. Check back with The Breakaway Roping Journal for timely WPRA Breakaway coverage. BRJ