WCRA’s Stampede At The E Breakaway Roster Announced

The 39 Stampede At The E breakaway ropers have been announced—and will begin their qualifying rounds on Jan. 3, 2023.

Rylie Romero Gears Up For Wrwc As #1 Challenger
Rylie Romero is slated to compete in the WCRA's January Stampede At The E rodeo. Photo by Bullstock Media courtesy of the WCRA.

The 39 breakaway ropers competing at the WCRA’s Stampede at the E have been announced, and will compete Jan. 3–6, 2023, at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, for a piece of the $400,000 payday.

The 2024 season kick-off event will mark the first time the WCRA Triple Crown of Rodeo series has stopped in Guthrie in over three years.

Stampede At The E Breakaway Roster

RankAthlete
1Breanna Meyer
2Janae Todacheenie
3Sage Dunlap
4Shelby Meged
5Taylor Munsell
6Kenlie Raby
7Ava Garcia
8Jacque Peterson
9Jessie Nooren
10Jennifer Hyde
11Korah Corrigan
12Catherine Clayton
13Cali Griffin
14Kayla Olson
15Grace Toberer
16Brandi McDowell
17Camree Slavin
18Jackie Crawford
19Jessie Jones
20Rylie Edens
21Jakelyn Primrose
22Lexey Williams
23Kerstin Freeman
24Bleu Hall
25Molly Hamilton
26Jordan Jo Hollabaugh
27Maelee Wade
28Timberly Mobbs
29Mallorie Fewell
30Amy Ohrt
31Kylie Reininger
32Kaylie Garza
33Jessica McMaster
34Taylor Raupe
35Marybeth Beam
36Josey James
37Rylie Romero
38Kelsie Domer
39Martha Angelone
Qualifying Round 2 will be run in reverse order

What is the WCRA?

According to the WCRA,

“Since launching in May of 2018, the World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA) and its partners have awarded millions in new money to rodeo athletes. Qualifying is based on points, rather than dollars won, through our world ranking points system.

The WCRA is a professional sport and entertainment entity, created to develop and advance the sport of rodeo by aligning all levels of competition. In association with PBR, WCRA produces major rodeo events, developing additional opportunities for rodeo industry competitors, stakeholders and fans.”

Here’s the translation….

For most of the year, think of the WCRA as a sidepot that’s just in the background—a floating association. They don’t require co-sanctioning with any associations, there’s no membership fees. But, they have “Triple Crown of Rodeo,” events that happen throughout the year, which are comparative bonus finals.

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